First Trip to Southeast Asia? A Simple Guide for your First Journey to the S.E.A

Hey, there! Thanks for dropping by to this post. First of all, congrats! If this is your first journey to the SEA, then heads up - now, they can’t stop you from chasing the sunsets anymore. This is your first step towards many - and I’m really excited to the journey that awaits you THERE!… Continue reading First Trip to Southeast Asia? A Simple Guide for your First Journey to the S.E.A

What Traveling Has Taught Me

You're in a flight back home - excited to see who's in the airport to fetch you or who's at home by the time you arrive! It's a delightful feeling to share all your stories - and reflect on your travels. One week is going to be a tough schedule! Your obligatory meeting up with… Continue reading What Traveling Has Taught Me

My Halal Celebration

“I was privileged enough to be invited to a Saudi Arabian National Holiday. I was blown away by the experience, extravagance, and the hospitality. There were plenty of foods, music, dancing and mingling!” When I was in my early 20's, I wanted to be a flight attendant - until I flew fourteen times in one… Continue reading My Halal Celebration

The Streets of Yangon 2016

I taught and lived in Yangon for more than 6 months. I am a very outgoing person - I always want to walk outside after my work is finished. I want to observe, penetrate and engage to a certain country's (where I'm at) character. Nothing moves me (so far) deeply than seeing the people in… Continue reading The Streets of Yangon 2016

“You’re so Gucci, Singapore”

I have a friend from California - and that's her expression every time she is seeing something fancy. Having been in Singapore for a week, yes I can now use this term, too! Flying from Vietnam to Singapore takes 3.5 hours. Come, join me and let's  experience the other side of life from the Hua… Continue reading “You’re so Gucci, Singapore”

A day in a German classroom

  I had a chance to participate in a public school in Germany back in 2013. We handled the 4TH Level English Class. Here is the observation I have made while inside a German classroom, one of the highest education system in the world.  The English speaking German Teacher has arranged the classroom into a… Continue reading A day in a German classroom

From Saigon to Ha Giang – Trudging the road from the south to the northest north of Vietnam. 

Xin Chao! Welcome to Vietnam! https://www.instagram.com/p/BCdXRVwF1qk/?taken-by=thestoryteller_kate A country full of stunning, historical places, genuine people, century-old culture and incredible foods!!!! Beaches, mountains, cities, temples, deep deep caves, jungles, small islands and all! Here are the places you can include in your bucket list when thinking to see the land of the Viets!! 1. Saigon (Ho Chi… Continue reading From Saigon to Ha Giang – Trudging the road from the south to the northest north of Vietnam. 

Marriage and The Elevator – Why are you asking?? 

Congratulations to just married Dat and Dhuong! My favourite Vietnamese' coupleVietnam, August 2015 In Vietnam and mostly in Southeast Asia, people prefer to marry at the young age of 21-25. Anyway, I will just share my marriage and elevator story, happened in Hai Phong City, Vietnam. One night from teaching university students, I was at… Continue reading Marriage and The Elevator – Why are you asking?? 

My six months and forever (Why I love Hai Phong)

Why Hai Phong? People always asks me this very intriguing question. I'll answer them back "Why Not?", then they will start to laugh. I admit that other cities like Da Nang, Hanoi and Saigon sounds more interesting but I personally chose Hai Phong to live, teach and to start a new life, yet until now, I… Continue reading My six months and forever (Why I love Hai Phong)