Los Angeles International Airport

This past week I had the wonderful experience of picking my sister of at Los Angeles¬†International Airport. Although I’ve been to international airports before Los Angeles is certainly the largest I have been to. As I was trying to get to my sister’s gate while avoiding buses and crashing into pedestrians I found myself increasingly … [Read more…]

The La Brea Tar Pits

A few weeks ago on Saturday April 23rd, some friends and I went and explored the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for the day. While we were there, we also explored the La Brea Tar Pits museum right next to it. I had never heard of any tar pits in LA until that day, … [Read more…]

Universal Studios

As a kid, my mom would always take me to universal studios in LA with my friends, taking us on the studio tour multiple times a trip. This past saturday, I had another opportunity to visit the park again with some friends Being a movie lover, it was crazy to see sets that I saw … [Read more…]

The Yost Theater

Last Wednesday, April 27, I went to see Snoop Dogg perform at The Yost Theater. This is the oldest theater in Orange County and is even registered as a Historical Landmark. When it was built in 1912 it was originally called “The Auditorium” and renamed “The Clunes” that same year. A man named Ed Yost … [Read more…]


Thursday April 28, 2016 ~8:30am, on a freeway On my way to CSULB, I always listen to the radio for any news about the freeway, most importantly of the 405 North, which is the one I use to get to Long Beach. I want to know if there might be traffic on the 405 N, … [Read more…]

My House and its Mysterious Hole

I was not always a Long Beach resident. I spent my early childhood years in Hong Kong, a vibrant and a rather fast paced environment, and later in South Pasadena, a quiet and small city where everybody knows everybody. Two years ago, my family and I moved to Long Beach. A little background information about … [Read more…]

Rascals Teriyaki Grill

When I first came to Cal State University Long Beach, I remember driving down Bellflower Blvd and seeing this restaurant on the outskirts of campus with a giant sign advertising Rascals. I had no idea what it was at first and was confused because it sounded similar to Roscoe’s (a chicken and waffle place). But … [Read more…]