30 Days of Running

   A great challenge not only physically, but also mentally. Running 30 days consecutively challenged me to be more disciplined, dedicated, and stronger when it comes to achieving goals. They were what I call daily and small goals – private goals by Stephen Covey in 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, that in the end … Continue reading 30 Days of Running

30 Days of Running + Trail Running

  As some of you guys might know, I've set up a running challenge to myself of running 30 consecutive days for at least 3 miles every time. It's mainly to keep myself active and create a habit. I've run 13 days out of 30 as of today and it's been difficult during somedays; however, … Continue reading 30 Days of Running + Trail Running

San Francisco Street Food Festival

After five intensive weeks of summer courses, there are few things better than catching up with great people over a nice meal; especially if the street food festival is happening in San Francisco during the weekend. There were hundred of thousands of people at Mission District hoping to try as much food as possible. Although … Continue reading San Francisco Street Food Festival

Accidents Happen, But Don’t Run Away From Them

Yesterday night, Wednesday July 23rd, 2014, at 10:20pm in San Francisco I got into a car accident. Yes. It was a car accident, but don't worry, I am just fine. It was a minor accident; one of those that happen daily. I was on my way home after a long day in school when a … Continue reading Accidents Happen, But Don’t Run Away From Them

Relaxing at Oyster Farm + BBQing

Last weekend before going back to school for some hardcore work... Things cannot be more exciting than driving through California Highway 1 towards Marshall – north. If you know what I'm talking about, you've probably experienced the many curves and narrow roads Highway 1 offers, yet enjoyed the fresh and yummy oysters from Tomales Bay … Continue reading Relaxing at Oyster Farm + BBQing

Life in San Francisco

  Coming back to San Francisco has been awesome. This city has something special that makes me feel good in every sense; although life here feels slower than in Hong Kong, it's still exciting. My dreams' list is quite full and I'll work on them during my stay in San Francisco, and I'm willing to … Continue reading Life in San Francisco