Despite what I tell my friends, I actually do love to travel, especially on airplanes. It had been nearly 19 months since I had last been on an airplane (from Los Angeles back to Saigon via Hong Kong). At that time, I was tired of flying after being on an airplane 8 times in less […]
Monthly Archives: March 2007
Bowling seems to be very popular among the Saigonese youth. You can find Superbowl, the main provider for bowling in Saigon, at Parkson, the Superbowl complex near the airport, and at Diamond Plaza. (Diamond Plaza Superbowl) (Another view of the bowling alley in Diamond Plaza) Related posts: No related posts.
Nearly 10 days since my neighbor’s construction workers punched a hole in my livingroom wall. About 5 days later, they punched another bigger hole on the wall in from of my house. They also knocked down a statue on my wall which landed on my sofa then smashed into pieces unto my glass coffee table […]
A great Asian American Studies professor from the University of Washington who inspired us all. I owe a lot to Professor Connie So for her efforts and patience in helping me see who I am as a person of Asian ancestry. I attribute all my successes and future aspirations to you 🙂 Related posts: No […]
An interesting project that will be conducted in Saigon the next couple of months: Project Description This project explores the shared psychodynamics that are involved in group boundaries that identifies what is inside (cultural, spiritual, political) and how it is reflected on the outside (architecture, urban planning, symbols, monuments). Here, psychogeography refers to the inhabitants’ […]