As a foodie, I spend more than half of my money on food. As an Asian international student, no matter how long I am away from home, I still love everything that is related to Asian culture, and eating Asian cuisine is the easiest way to connect to a small piece of home. Luckily, […]

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  The Lunar New Year is arriving in less than a month. It’s a tradition that the Chinese have followed for generation after generation. There are many traditional customs that Chinese people have to follow while celebrating the Lunar New Year. Along with these traditional customs come some really great benefits. Here are three of […]

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Another long weekend is approaching, and instead of staying at home and sleeping for three days straight, here are some suggestions for where to go for Columbus Day Weekend.   If you like the city: New York Probably the most fashionable city in the world, New York City is only a four or five hour […]

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I’ve been studying in the United States for nearly three years, but I am still using my passport to prove my identity. I didn’t want to get my very first driver’s license in Boston, but then I found out it is so stupid to bring my passport everywhere, especially if it’s just to buy drinks. The thought […]

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It’s been nearly one year since I began studying in Boston, and within this year, I experienced many different lifestyles. Boston gave me a first impression of a place with a bunch of smart people, and before that I didn’t know about Boston at all. The avid sports fans for the Red Sox as well […]

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Allston is a popular place for students to eat since the area is home to various styles of Asian cuisines. There are also many students who live in this neighborhood. Within Allston, there are many types of different Asian restaurants, including cafés that serve bubble teas and puff pastries. However, this is about the Korean […]

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On Saturday, I went to a volunteer project organized by Boston University’s Global Days of Service at a local farm. The project partnered with The Food Project, which provides local food to nearby neighborhoods. The farm was located in Dorchester and it was such a beautiful day to do some farm work outdoors. I felt […]

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Last Friday, my friends and I combatted the weather and hung out in the Seaport District for some great food. We found several highly-rated and popular restaurants around the Seaport area. Just by watching the pictures others shared made us salivate. Eventually, we decided to go to Row 34 for our dinner. Row 34 is […]

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Even though I’ve studied in Boston for almost one year, I’ve barely gone to Chinatown. Perhaps it’s because Chinatown is simply no longer attractive to me. I have been to Chinatown in Manhattan and Philadelphia, and they look the same to me. My friend invited me to go have lunch with him in Chinatown the […]

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Last Saturday my friend Sunny, who is a graduate student fulfilling her music education major, invited me to join her in a Samba band workshop that is held in the College of Fine Arts. For those of you who might not be aware, within the School of Music at CFA, there is a major that […]

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