I confirm Daocheng Yading Scenic Area as the most picturesque place I’ve ever been to in my life so far. And yes, it is way more beautiful than Jiuzhaigou National Park! Every single random shot is beyond Instagram-worthy and I’m really glad that such a pristine natural beauty still exists. The scenery in entire area blew me away; all the adjectives of beauty in the … Continue reading 稻城亚丁风景区 Garze Daocheng Yading Scenic Area, China
4 days after the quick trip to Seoul to catch Super Show 8, I was off again to China. This trip to China was planned about about 1.5 years ago, believe it or not. I was told that the natural scenery on this tour in Sichuan would be more beautiful than Jiuzhaigou. And now that I am back, it’s not a lie. However, that said, … Continue reading Mt Siguniang, Sichuan, China
I went to China on a group packaged holiday back in June 2018 and I only got the chance to sort through my photos now because I was super busy at work. Scrolling through my photos, I saw the photos of food and it is making me missing China so much!! I was actually going to Inner Mongolia, China, and we had the choice of … Continue reading Reminiscing About Food in Beijing
It’s that time of the year again! The fourth edition of Project: Aloft Star is now on and taking all your submissions of original songs at projectaloftstar.mtvasia.com for a chance to win a mentorship by MTV and Believe Distribution Services, a Believe Distribution Services deal for marketing and distribution, and US$10,000 to fund your music journey. This year, Project: Aloft Star is taking entries from … Continue reading Project: Aloft Star Amplified by MTV 2017 — Taking Submissions Now!
The Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Aloft® brand has launched Asia Pacific’s third Project Aloft Star, amplified by MTV. This year’s edition of the music talent discovery competition is expanding the competition to include Taiwan and South Korea. Amplified by the collaboration with global youth brand MTV and Aloft, the competition will identify and support the hottest emerging music acts throughout nine markets, namely China, Hong … Continue reading Project: Aloft Star Amplified by MTV 2016 is Back and It’s Bigger and Better!
Project: Aloft Star amplified by MTV is back for a 2nd edition! If you are an aspiring singer-songwriter, this is your chance! This music talent discovery competition aims to identify and support the hottest emerging music artists throughout China, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. From now till 20 July 2015, unsigned bands and artists are invited to showcase their musical talent by uploading an original video … Continue reading Project: Aloft Star amplified by MTV (2015) is Back!
The people at MasterChef Asia are looking for amateur/home-cooks to audition for a spot on the first ever Asian version of MasterChef Asia! This casting call is open to anyone who is 18 years old and above on 1 March 2015 and legally residing in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Myanmar, Brunei, Cambodia or Laos. Please … Continue reading CASTING CALL: MasterChef Asia 2015!
The Temple of Heaven (天坛) was another major highlight of my tour of Beijing. I thought that the Forbidden City (紫禁城/故宫) was massive but the Temple of Heaven is about 7 times larger at 2.73 square kilometres. HOLEY SHEET!! Also, technically, the Temple of Heaven was supposed to be an extension/part of the Forbidden City but it became a separate property in the end. I’m not very … Continue reading China Travels: Temple of Heaven (天坛)
The Forbidden City is one of the places to visit on my bucket list. You have no idea how excited and fascinated I am with visiting the place. I watch too many dramas and period dramas (古装) is one of my most favourite genre; another genre being those martial arts/pugilistic world (武侠) types. Some of you might recognise the places in the photo above from some of … Continue reading China Travels: Forbidden City (紫禁城/故宫)
Tian’anmen Square (天安门广场) is no doubt one of the most famous and popular landmarks in Beijing and the entire China as well. I’m not repeating the entire history of the Tian’anmen Square here but I’d suggest that you go google and read up about the historical importance of this place if you don’t already know why. The plaza is one of the largest plazas in the world … Continue reading China Travels: Tian’anmen Square (天安门广场)