I am 30 years old. Seriously? I thought I was 20 yesterday, attending the key ceremony before my final exam at the hotel school then get ready for my once-in-a-life-time graduation.
What are we fighting for? God knows. First we fight for food, then money, then power and millions of things in between: disease, war, education, arts, religion, beliefs, gender equality, love. I've been fighting a battle within myself, while seeing all the happenings in the world right now. Strange enough for me to see, the [...]
I was born in a middle-class family, we were neither rich nor poor. We've always have enough. I have been growing up by having loving parents, grandparents, siblings, cousins and friends all around me. Later in life when I am so-called a grown up, I have in hand a countless numbers of partners and mentors. I didn't know it was not the thing that everyone could be so lucky to have. I am very lucky and blessed in that sense, however, I also know that success doesn't just grow from the tree, it requires continuous effort and persistence and lots of sacrifices which lie in my untold stories.
The past two weeks have been easier now for us who live in Ho Chi Minh City. The strict social distancing has been lifted, we are starting to get our normal life back. Obviously you will still encounter a series of annoying administrative Covid-19 measurements, such as you will be asked to complete an online [...]
Guess what? This is my 100th post in this blog - believe it or not, it's been kind of a journey that I have been though. I have spent the past three months staying at home due to COVID-19's strict social distancing. The first month was a lazy month, as if I never really have such a long break in my life, I spent most of my time watching Netflix, resting and cooking, that was good.