China is a huge country with tons of places to eat! Here is a short guide on how to use the Autonavi Maps and Dianping, the Google Maps and Yelp (kind of) of China.
Here is a two day trip guide to Kyoto, the historical capital of Japan. Famous for its shrines, palaces, and tradition, Kyoto is a beautiful city to stop by if you’re around the area (like in Osaka). However, you can … Read More
Cambridge is currently a fast-developing tech city and that means that more and more people with a greater diversity of tastes are moving in. As a result, Cambridge has quite a variety of cuisines and restaurants available. I included London … Read More
Here is a short overview with oh my gosh…pictures of Yonsei international student accommodations. First thing to note is that this post does not include the newly built dorms which are now open for application for the upcoming semester. All … Read More
This is a really late post because I’ve been traveling around. Having to use VPN doesn’t help either. However, this will be my last ‘summary’ post for the UCEAP Yonsei program. My stay at Yonsei ended on December 22nd and … Read More
This is a long overdue post on my experience and ending conclusions on the Pembroke-King’s Programme summer school with the University of Cambridge and UCEAP. Here, I’ll give an outline of my opinion of the structure, academics, and other experiences … Read More
My first week at the University of Cambridge has passed and it was busy busy busy. I’m definitely still trying to pace my work out and adjusting to the workload but so far so good! After an exciting and fast-paced week, … Read More