Category: Journeys

Joel Yau at the 2015 Via Colori in Houston

Joel Yau is a good friend of ours from the San Francisco bay area who likes to draw on sidewalks and roads with chalk. In fact he’s actually really good at it. There are all these street drawing… Read More

Hong Kong: A Giant Budha (Or So They Say)

On day three we took a tour. We got a nice hour-long ferry ride. We got to wander through a rural town, which was clearly set up to intrigue tourists.  It was nice. We got to see cows;… Read More

Hong Kong: Dragon Boat Races

By day two, we were starting to drag a bit.  We took things a bit slower.  We had a taxi drop us off at Stanley beach where we were going to watch some dragon boat training races.  The… Read More

Hong Kong: Walking The City

We arrived in Hong Kong after an approximately twelve hour flight from San Francisco.  We left just after midnight local time and arrived around 6 AM local time.  None of us managed to sleep very much on the… Read More

Angel’s Camp

A few weeks back we wandered up to Calevaras County with my parents. We stayed in a nice little time-share condo in Angel’s Camp. It was pretty nice, that time-share thingy. Better than I expected anyhow. Samual Clemens… Read More

This Honky White Boy

I often refer to myself as a “Honky White Boy.” Thus, my ass is, quite understandably, often quipped as my “Honky White Ass.” I attribute my fond embracement of my Honkiness to my father. See, my dad was… Read More

So Much So Much — The Recap

Oy! So much has happened! Of course, it’s been so long, so I guess that’s only to be expected. Ok, so a quick synopsis: I moved to Malaysia. (Actually, all yall should already know this since I was… Read More


You have not lived until you’ve seen a Malay Liza Minnelli Look-Alike. . Topher


It seems that Malaysians are afraid of napkins. Almost every non-western influenced restaurant (which means any place with Good Food) does not provide napkins or tissues with the meal. Perhaps they think that their country will become a… Read More

Malaysian Pizza

You know that jarring stumble that happens when you get to the bottom of the stairs one step sooner than you expected? Yeah, so… There’s this little stall place nearby that makes pizza. It’s a nice looking place… Read More