- Today – A Wedding in the Family
- 5-Star Review for whYZee Cakes? No Way!
- Today – Mid-Autumn Festival
- Have You Walked Your Food Yet?
- No Ma’am, I Don’t Want to Suck Anything
- No, Please No!
- Today – Published!
- Padang in Sleaze Central? No, Hell No!
- Today – Last Trip with Heinz
- Butter in your Java? Why Not?
Monthly Archives: September 2011
My cigar and single malt kaki, the very enthusiastic 23-year-old Wilson Ang, from 3-Michelin-star Daniel Boulud’s db Bistro Moderne has struck out on his own, bringing French cuisine to the masses! He and another former (camera-shy) db Bistro Moderne chef … Continue reading
On Monday I purchased a HP Pavilion DV6-6106TX (LV838PA) for no other reason than to irk those clowns when I visit the circus. Why? Because I can, that’s why. Because those Neanderthals at the zoo consider HP their arch enemy, that’s … Continue reading
Panmunjom is a village on the de facto border between North and South Korea, where the 1953 Korean Armistice Agreement that ended the Korean War was signed. I’ve seen it from the South Korean side and this time I had … Continue reading
Construction of the metro network started in 1968, and was opened in September 1973 by Kim Il Sung. Daily ridership is estimated to be between 300,000 and 700,000. This is the deepest metro in the world – the track is … Continue reading
The North Koreans have been conditioned to abhor and loathe foreigners. They are also extremely paranoid of them. Not surprising, considering the history of their country. Foreigners have always been the ones to cause them grief. And their hatred of … Continue reading
In August 2007, the Arirang Festival Mass Games display was recognized by Guinness World Records as the biggest event of its kind. It is held annually every night for a couple of months in Autumn and a third-class ticket costs … Continue reading
I’ve been to South Korea many times but have always wanted to go have a look at North Korea and was able to make it eventually. I was there from September 2 to 8. The hotel they put us in … Continue reading