Dear Diary… Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

When my biggest worries were house chores and report cards.


Dear Diary… Today was perdy boring.

Short and boring entry.


Dear Diary… Nothing much happened…

On June 17th, 1997, not a lot was happening…


Dear Diary… She says it’s hella nice.

The pager. It’s hella nice.


Dear Diary… I wish I had a pager.

There was a time when pagers were desirable… like, circa June 16th, 1997.


We Eat, You Watch!

Yes, that’s right. Watch us eat Seoul Sausage‘s whole menu…


Dear Diary… Amy’s Bday Party

June 15th, 1997 – “It’s like 12 o’clock midnight” (which actually means it should’ve been June 16th…)


“Bear With Me”

A short film directed by Dorothy Xiao.

Good times with Justin Yang and Audrey Cain! :]

“Hell on Wheels”


If you know American history, then you know that Chinese immigrants contributed heavily to the construction of the Central Pacific Railroad (the western leg of the First Transcontinental Railroad that ran between California and Utah) during the late 1860s. In its fifth and final season, AMC’s “Hell on Wheels” takes us back to that time as the story’s main character Cullen Bohannon (played by Anson Mount) heads West. As Bohannon has been separated from his family and has started working for his former employer’s rival, drama is sure to unravel along with new characters introduced.

Oh hey, that’s Byron Mann as Chang!

Season 5 of “Hell on Wheels” premieres this Saturday, July 18th at 9/8c on AMC.

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM)!

And I am totally late on this post!

If you haven’t already seen CAPE’s 2015 collection of #IAm stories, here’s the trailer for this year’s campaign:

Featuring a handful of friends who’re doing big things, #IAm a proud believer in even bigger and better things to come for the APA community. It’s a good time to be Asian Pacific American!