Hypothetical situation: You’re a Filipino American, in your 20s or 30s, and you live on your own. You are sick, Continue reading
You don’t need little glass pots chock full o’ concealer or slices of cool cucumber to hide the bags under and above your eyes.
“It’s time we stop being typecast or pigeonholed into telling stories about race or culture. We have great stories to tell, period.”
Snippet of a Facebook chat with my friend, Ravi, who stays real with the travel advice about India.
Named for the palace that no longer exists since succumbing to revolutionary forces of the Paris Commune, the Jardin des Tuileries stretches Continue reading
You can always find a good notebook, that’s true enough… but are you brave enough to actually write in it?
Growing up in Chicago, thankfully, there are relatively few memorials to wars and military action as had taken place on Continue reading
It’s damn near the kitchen sink of delicious things you can find in the PI.
The funny thing about traveling to other countries, to paraphrase what the character Vincent Vega tells Jules Winnfield in director Continue reading