Tag: travel

  • Update – Waxing nostalgic + Traveling in Calgary / Bay Area / Seattle

    With all those Quora posts I made, I feel like I haven’t done a real actual update on my life in a while so I’ll do one now. This year has been more or less an even less exciting version of last year (which was already pretty non exciting). COVID19 pandemic continues to spread throughout…

  • 2020: Year in review

    Every year, I do a year in review, with highlights and lowlights and a summary so this is my year in review for 2020. Highlights -I traveled back to San Francisco in January and hung out with Tony and my Kong co-workers-My Korean gf came to visit me in January and we went to Banff…

  • How do you rate South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and China in terms of most to least friendly towards foreigners?

    Need some clarification on what means ‘friendly’, like do they accommodate foreigners well, do they speak a lot of english, do they have friendly overall people or what is it? I’ve been to all these places I guess I’ll rank it in order of how convenient it was for me as a foreigner to travel…

  • Where should I settle next?

    As some people know, I am currently taking a break from work and this is the first time I’ve been unemployed since 2011. This was by my own choice – I needed break and some time off from work to think and reflect on what I want to do with my life and where I…

  • Why should I never go to China?

    You should go to China. As many other answers said, it’s a beautiful country with lots of history. However Just realize there are things in China that might shock Westerners or even Koreans/Japanese. -China is a country where everyone is out for themselves, this makes it hard to trust people. You never know when you…

  • What are the modern seven wonders of world?

    Well there’s two different sets of Wonders of the World, and multiple interpretations and its so highly subjective. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Wonders_of_the_Ancient_World The ancient Wonders of the world are well documented – the modern ones not so much. There are two categories, natural (nature created) and man-made (created by man) so I think these are two distinct different kinds…