Having explored the world heritage sites and ancient architectures in Eastern Europe, I reaffirmed my belief that traveling is a profound source of learning and body-mind restorations. Without any expectations of the places I visit, things seem to surprise me in all instances.
It’s that time of year again.. When I completely switch off from work and get away from the familiar surroundings.. Simply relax, rejuvenate my mind, body, and soul.. Most importantly.. heal myself from the world of capitalism..
‘In a Dream’ doesn’t sound as hazy as many dream pop soundscape out there. A simplicity with a few repetitive melodies and small fluctuation in Oyamada’s soft and synthetic voice might have emerged from rippled layers of merely simple lines.
Work-life balance seems to be a safe place and helps us maintain status quo. The thought of moving on and forward scares the hell out of everyone. I now embark on a new journey in attempt to find the lost soul who has gone missing while I was pursuing the perfect work-life balance.
When a musician becomes a restaurateur, the sonic identity seems to naturally emerge from his/her brick and mortar. Located at the corner of the hip street of Vancouver, this funky-shaped restaurant serves its public area as the unique art installation.
Fall is approaching.. For someone like me who generally ignores the entire soup section when eating out. This middle eastern soup has changed my whole perspective on the warm liquid food group that could potentially be so comforting and nourishing!
Before we get into the importance of the mind-body connection and freeing ourselves from internal grasping, how about I tell you a story of my two zen masters?
This delicacy of Pacific Northwest meets Mexican flavours makes this one of the most novel and exciting restaurants in the area. Given its offbeat vibes and exceptionally friendly staff, we felt so drawn to this cozy place that screams tropical sensation.