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street fest, blazing sun and st. laurent

“It’s the Day and the Night.” – St. Laurent Street Festival This is one of the reasons why I love summer in Montreal. There are always something going on in the city: street festival, where you can get cheap food to kill your cravings and clothes for stocking up your wardrobe just in time for […]

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towards the end of summer, crème glacée and simple happiness

Having been in a game of patience/silence for the past seven days, I am now officially back onto my food therapy regime. So on day #N (because I just can’t remember which day it was), I woke up after 13 hours of sleep and had a sudden craving for ice cream. When it comes to […]

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summer snapshots in hong kong

just some snapshots that I took earlier this summer in Hong Kong! Follow me on Instagram: heresaheart :) a.

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a baby chipmunk’s survival guide

So right after I left Beijing, I became 2 wisdom teeth-less and have turned into a baby chipmunk for the past few days. This is my picture diary of how a baby chipmunk lives for the week. 1. baby food: a puddle of thick congee made with finely blended veggies 2. London fog habiccino at […]

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Beijing 5. the sunshine after the storm

Experienced the heaviest rain in 61 years in Beijing just 3 days ago and guess where I was on that Saturday morning: the Great Wall of China. It just wouldn’t stop raining but at least it wasn’t flooded there, unlike all the other areas in Beijing (including Peking University campus). The Saturday morning when I […]

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Beijing 4. Still on the road being spoiled… with food

To start a good weekend: having hot pot at Dong Lai Shun (東來順), Peking Duck and Ba Si Apples (拔絲蘋果, I’ve been babbling about it non-stop since I got to Beijing and trying to convince everyone that it’s one of the best desserts in the world) at Da Dong (大董), Xi Dan (西單) snacks street. […]

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oh summer, summer

so here we are, half way through our summer program! a.

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Beijing 3. the pure gold on the street

Golden glazed lambs on sticks, fried small and big scorpions, centipede, grasshoppers … Beijing is probably the only place where you can find such special and weird things. I’ve been to the snack streets at Wang Fu Jing once and the food hasn’t changed since my last visit back in winter in Beijing. It’s those […]

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Travel Catalog: Day 4-6 in Seoul

Another picture diary time. I’m so ashamed of myself that I didn’t visit a single cafe (those franchised ones don’t count…..) / traditional Korean tea house when I was in Seoul, which was very unlike myself since I’ve always been a coffee person. I had even pictured myself in the little, cozy cafes and tea […]

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the hottest summer, salty crepe & green bean slushies

Here’s the live reporting straight from Beijing! I’m currently doing summer school in Peking University with students from different universities around the world. This summer is the hottest one that I’ve ever had and when I walk under the sun I feel like either I’m on fire/sweating so much that I’m almost melted. So my […]

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