Spirited Away by Jiufen

Hayao Miyazaki has been a part of almost everyone’s childhood. He has made these memorable characters from his whimsical and timeless animated films. One of which is dragon boy from the movie, “Spirited Away”. He was my childhood hero. Dragon boy helped Chihiro, the protagonist, escape the magical world, whilst trying to regain his own…

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Sweet Frolics at The Dessert Museum

As an office worker, sometimes, thinking of what to do during the weekends can be a bit difficult. Most of the time, we would rather stay at home and sleep throughout the day. But I don’t want to sleep on Friday just to feel like waking up for Monday. I want to be productive on…

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Chinese New Year 2019

Another year, another opportunity to participate in something larger than life. I have been attending this tradition for years now but it has not failed to surprise me. Chinese New Year in Binondo is the most-anticipated event for foodies in Manila. Thousands and thousands of tourists, foreigners, and locals gather together to celebrate and spend…

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A Walk in the Otherworldly Yehliu Geopark

It is five a.m. We are up even before our usual alarm goes off. I guess by now, our bodies have adapted to the constant traveling, so waking up is practically the easiest thing to do. The weather outside is still freezing cold, but we are brave enough to walk our way to the meeting…

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Alluring Alishan

We are right back to where we started. Taichung Station is even more breathtaking at night. Two escalators with white led lights prides itself and there’s a huge signage of Taichung is displayed below it. This is the last surprise. The one that will make me regret for only spending a day in its charming…

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