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Traveling to Seville, Spain

Plaza de Espana

Plaza de Espana, a beautiful Mudejar plaza.

Plaza de Espana, went there late evening when there were less crowd but more localists taking walk.

Plaza de Espana, it was constructed for Latin American Expo of 1929. This is one of the most beautiful squares in Spain.

Plaza de Espana, lovely evening

Seville Cathedral, world largest Gothic church and third largest church in the world

Seville Cathedral, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site

Seville Cathedral

Buildings along Constitution Avenue

Metropol Parasol, a wooden structure located in the old quater of Seville.

Metropol Parasol, completed in 2011 by German Architec Jurgen Mayer-Hermann, a modern architecture in the old medieval city.

La Macarena, 20 minutes walk from old quarter where the most important traditional Holy Week takes place every year .

Virgen de la Macarena, Our Lady of Hope. You can see Her on the wall everywhere in Seville.

Alcazar of Seville, the indoor pool during Moorish time.

Alcazar of Seville

One of the Airbnb that we stayed in. The bathroom is European EXTRA SMALL.

Street performer, Flamenco

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Boston and New York Fun

wearing House of Harlow’s The Temple Necklace.

Be a snow angel :).

Playing with the camera.


Visited Harvard University.

Visited Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Surprise birthday party for a longtime friend.

Awesome Boston snow view.


My soup of the day.

My necklace of the day. The House of Harlow 1960 Echelon Collar Necklace.

Peeping tom.

Meow…..say it after me.

Who is the boss?

The first Levi’s RED collection since’07.

Eye candy machines by Sunglass hut.

My sweet shade by Sunglass hut.

Love life.

Time square.

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Barcelona Trip – Gaudi Buildings and Tapas

Casa Batllo

“Walking ten thousand miles of world is better than reading ten thousand scrolls of books.” ~ Chinese Proverb

Casa Batllo, rooftop

Casa Batllo, rooftop

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia, Nativity Facade, the original Gaudi’s work

Having fun with Sagrada Familia #1

Having fun with Sagrada Familia #2

Inside Sagrada Familia

Inside Sagrada Familia

Park Guell, the main entrance

Park Guell (pronounce as “grey”)

Park Guell, the mosaic bench. According to Wikipedia, “The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large. The bench is tiled and in order to dry up quickly after it rains, and to stop people from sitting in the wet part of the bench, small bumps were installed by Gaudí.”

Tapas bar, found it thru Yelp and it didn’t let us down.

Tapas bar

Tapas bar, Quimet & Quimet

Tapas bar

La Pedrera aka Casa Mila, rooftop

La Pedrera aka Casa Mila, rooftop

La Pedrera aka Casa Mila, rooftop

La Pedrera aka Casa Mila, rooftop

Chocolate fondue from Valor

Barcelona Cathedral

Arc de Triomf, it was built as the main access gate for 1888 Barcelona World Fair

La Boqueria in La Rambla


Barcelona, a vibrant city where you will never get bored of it.

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My Trip

It has been a long time since my last post. I took a fairly long vacation to travel with my best friends and boyfriend to have some fun, to relax my brain and to explore something new. Follow my journey here…….

1st stop – Malaysia. To celebrate my birthday with my bff.

2nd stop – Chengdu, China. To see face changing show and eat :).

3rd stop – Tibet. Remarkable scenery, devoted Tibetan, amazing buddhist monasteries , etc.

4th stop – back to Chengdu. To see baby panda.

5th stop – Macau.

6th stop – Hong Kong.

7th stop – Tokyo. To visit friend and her daughter. Not to forget….shopping!

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Fashion and Friends Online Auction for Japan

Go Behind the Scenes at Teen VOGUE in NYC

Do you wanna
1) Spend a weeklong stay at Diane von Furstenberg’s Harbour Island Beach House? Or
2) Meet with the Vogue Editor in Chief, Anna Wintour plus attend a photo shoot for the magazine? Or
3) Design your own Proenza Schouler PS1 bag with Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernanadez? Or …….

Challenge Stuart Weitzman to a Game of Ping Pong in his New York Showroom and Take Home a 'Closet' of Stuart Weitzman Shoes!

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CDFA) is having The Fashion & Friends online auction to raise money for relief efforts Japan, hosted on The auction ends on April 28 and all proceeds will be donated to Japan Society.

“The crisis in Japan is something that has affected us all and as a community and industry we felt a responsibility to act,” said CFDA executive director Steven Kolb in a statement. “This initiative hits very close to home as many members of the CFDA community have close business ties and partnerships in Japan and we view this as an extension of the work we accomplished in the ‘Fashion for Haiti’ initiative. The response we have received has been overwhelming and we continue to encourage donations and support.”

Meet Acclaimed Fashion Designer Jason Wu Backstage with 2 Tickets to His September Fashion Show