Travel Time: Hong Kong and China

It’s here! Watch the full video of my trip to Hong Kong and China. Featuring Bellatrax – What Love Is (Feat. Sophia May).

Thank you to those who contributed to my amazing experience, including folks who gave me the scoop on places to visit. For those who are looking to visit in the near future, I’ve put together a list of highlights from Hong Kong (where I spent 80 percent of my time) based on places I discovered AND the places my friends recommended.


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Woot — Find Me on Elite Daily

Falling in Love is Easy - It's Staying in Love That's Hard

It happened.

A couple of days ago, I was pleasantly surprised to see that Elite Daily published an article I had submitted. While I always love writing about music, I also like to write about dating and life. Now I’ll be able to do this through the “Voice of Gen Y.”

My first article was about falling in love vs. staying in love. I’ve received a ton of well wishes, so thank you to those who have read this. Everyone’s experiences and values are different when it comes to love, so it’s interesting to see how people respond and react to what I write. You can check it out below.

PS: It’s been shared over 40,000 times!

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Adventures in Hong Kong (Preview)

If you’re looking to travel to a country that’s fun, delicious, affordable and convenient, Hong Kong is definitely the place to visit.

I’ve been here for a little over a week (on business), and it’s been quite the experience so far. While work has me pretty exhausted by the end of the day, I’ve been pushing through my fatigue and lack of sleep to get out and explore this beautiful country. But, I haven’t been doing it alone.

With the help of friendly locals, frequent visitors and friends (new and old), I’ve adapted to this place quite nicely, though Hong Kong’s culture makes it very easy to adapt to. Most of the locals here speak English, and the public transportation system, MTR, is one of the greatest systems I’ve ever used. Imagine BART times a billion. Yes, it’s that good.

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Life Lessons from Learning the Piano


It started with a meet-and-greet.

My mom brought me to a group keyboard class for kids. I was 5 years old at the time, and was really there to hang out with one of my other friends, Phil, who had just started playing the keyboard. All of the other Asian kids looked like they were kind of into it, so I poked the keys to fit in with everyone else. My mother was thrilled.

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