Gorillaz is back with new music! I’m now going back to their older music and listening to all their greatest hits (like “Clint Eastwood,” “DARE,” “Feel Good Inc,” “Dirty Harry,” etc.). Featured image: Genius
Last night, one of my friends invited me last-minute to a stand-up comedy show at a place in Chinatown. I grew up watching Comedy Central and I enjoy stand-up comedy a lot (one of my favorite comedians is Mike Birbiglia), so I decided to go. This was my first time actually seeing it live (versus onscreen).
I did a lot of things during my long weekend (like eating a LOT of food). People stared at me or did double-takes everywhere I went (because it’s uncommon to see an Asian person in this part of Mexico), but I got used to it (and it’s not too different from when I grew up in Asheville, … More Day 45 (more): Highlights of Mexico
(I revamped this blog because I didn’t really like how it looked before and it was hard to see photos. I prefer this look a lot more!) Imagine an elementary school student dancing solo tango in a living room. That was me, haha (admittedly, I was kind of a strange kid). My dad bought this … More On the Track: Libertango – Ástor Piazzolla, Yo-Yo Ma
My office building lobby has an art piece by KAWS in the middle now. I recognized his work immediately because I researched artist collaborations with brands for a summer internship I did at an art company in Shanghai a few years back. As a pop artist whose aesthetic translates well into products, KAWS partners up … More Day 45: KAWS
I don’t have time today to recap my travels in Mexico (will update this blog soon), but I spent time today updating my food blog Eating Euphorically with all the delicious eats I had in Piedras Negras. Check it out!
I’m listening to this soundtrack album on repeat and I like this song. Dan Stevens sings it in the movie (a sad Beast pining away as Belle leaves him actually almost made me tear up), but I prefer the Josh Groban version, ’cause well, he’s Josh Groban. Those pipes can do no wrong.