Warning: this post is more philosophical than based on facts because what even are facts anymore? The internet and our world is full of information, so how do we determine fact from fiction?
Want to know where you can get probably the world’s cheapest beer? We found a place in Hanoi where we could get two beers for under $1!! It’s called bia hoi, and is probably also the world’s freshest and fastest brewed beer.
Climate change isn’t something new. It’s been on our radar for the past 35 years. So, what’s been holding us back from making the changes we need to protect the Earth? Let’s take a look at eight possible things that might be holding us back.
I was always the shy kid who had trouble speaking in front of the class. So, I challenged myself to try spoken word. This was my first ever performance. I was shaking like a leaf. If you notice, I was shuffling my prompt cards automatically, but didn’t use them once!
The Mid-Autumn Festival revolves around the moon, so it’s only natural that mooncakes would be a thing! They originated in China, but in Vietnam these cakes are called Banh Trung Thu, which means mid-autumn cake.
When it comes to climate change, I am a hypocrite, and so are you. It’s impossible for us not to be in some way or another.
We’re all aware that one person making a change in their lifestyle isn’t going to change the world. But, if many individuals all change their behaviour, it has the power to change the entire economy. As one person, we can sure make a difference! Our leaders follow what society demands. And we are society. So let’s all come together as individuals and use our people power to bring about change in governments and big organizations. The change society desperately needs starts with us – you and me!
We discovered this little gem of a cafe by accident. Its name is Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe and Fast Food. Aside from being such a unique and refreshing place, it’s got fast wifi, a large variety of food, including vegetarian options, and is a great space for the digital nomad who prefers chilled out cafes over coworking spaces.
This post came about after seeing that Greta Thunberg and many others in the climate change movement are vegan. I hadn’t really thought that much about my food eating habits, because to me eating meat and dairy was normal and not something people really discussed. So, I set out to find out why it could be harmful for the environment. Here, I answer the questions, what’s so bad about meat and dairy? How does cutting down on them actually help the environment? And, how much difference does one person make?
The problem with climate change is it’s something we’re all scared of. And when we’re scared of things, we tend to avoid them, me included. So, I’ve decided to educate myself a bit more. Here’s my questions and answers in the search for facts.