San Francisco, California
I am passionate about advocating change for the greater good through authenticity and technology. I believe economic growth is not mutually exclusive with compassion and empathy. I live in hope that young kids will be empowered to make educated choices, not based on conventional wisdom and society’s expectations. I believe in the magic of the universe: Synchronicity, serendipity, fate, destiny & karma. The innocence and naivety to believe that everything will fall in place the way it's meant to be.
533 words in 38 moments in 23 cities since July 17th, 2013
Sa khu — I stared at the empty horizon. There were no mass of tourists sun-tanning on the beach, no boats peppering the shoreline. Only nothingness. It was at this moment when I finally understood, why we tr...
New york — They asked me how I feel about New York, but I don’t think I will do her justice if my feelings can be summed up within 72 hours of my first footsteps. This picture captured what I cannot adequately ...
New york — Each time I travel I question myself why I do not do it more. Each question I raise during my travels has the intimidating potential of shaking the very core of the foundations I have painstakingly la...
the conflict of loving books
flowers and twigs
observe and question
When nothing becomes everything
Catching the ferry before sunset. Never gets old.
Khao Lak captured my heart.
The first time I ever travelled solo.
Claypot rice at Temple street, a must-eat, for both the dish & experience.
Handmade taro balls at Jiufen was all the rage.
The blue-st waters I've ever seen.
I slept here for almost 48 hours straight.
One of the best beaches in Phuket.
I fly to Hong Kong mostly to catch her performances. True Story.
Worth the hike.
PPQ, because I got to be back in SF again.
"Firebeaters are solely for putting out fire"
The essence of Sai Kung.
Real flowers blooming like crazy outside my temporary apartment.
Eating crab at Stevenson. I was freezing.
Art on a sidewalk.
Serious broom business.
Oh Gastown, you were so pretty.
Hoi An. It was impossible to capture its beauty.
First experience of Vietnam's overnight buses. There was a horrible incident later that night.
Seafood, up close & personal.
First Banh Mi.
This was extremely hard for me.
Remembering the sheer beauty of Maui.
It was a huge deal to see a turtle up close, but the Hawaiians didn't understand my amazement.
Singapore, at her political best.
Remembering Pier 39 for its story.
I never thought this moment would change my life.
When an unexpected moment touches you.
the colors on this canvas will always remind me of love.
experiencing true love.