Festival: From Counterculture to Mainstream It’s festival season, which means the stress of curating your own idyllic festival experience, or, for the more introverted, hibernating until the fall when this festival business will finally pass until next summer. Regardless of whether you’re one of the 23% of Americans who went
Always Uttori Presents: An Afternoon Tea in Hong Kong What discussion of British royalty, such as our November editorial inspiration of Netflix’s The Crown, would be complete without a nod to that quintessentially British activity — afternoon tea. I am a great fan of the practice. I fell in love with
Culture Files: Hong Kong Street Art Living in Hong Kong leaves a different impression than simply visiting for a few days. Unfortunately, I never got to experience Hong Kong as a bona-fide tourist because I’ve had to balance touristy things with school. In some ways, I feel like I know
The Rise of Korean Television in America If you’ve read the blog long enough, you may have seen some of our past articles about Korean dramas. For the uninitiated, Korean dramas are a more like a movie than a television series. A drama tells a story from beginning to end,
Red White and Fresh Summer Style Look 3 fits the bill for those busy summer days full of errands. I’ve been doing a lot of running around this summer, trying to get things done for the blog before I head back to school in the fall. One errand, which happens
Recently, I moved to Hong Kong to pursue a Master’s of Fine Arts degree. If you’ve read my About Me page, you may know that I have a degree in Global Studies. As part of my degree, and even before I began my college studies, I studied the Japanese language.