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Kevin
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Just assume I know Kung-Fu
Interests: Web, Technology, Food, Art, Design, Kung Fu, Ninjas
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I had so many photos so I decided to slap em all together into a slideshow. I just happen to have iLife 11' so I gave it a whirl. Enjoy the show!! Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Oh man some of these are priceless. I love my peoples. ^^ http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/45-meals-you-can-only-order-in-china Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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What a ride it has been. I visited all the countries on my list and managed to make many good friends along the way. Consumed enormous amounts of delicious food and lived to tell it all. It certainly was an EPIC trip! I’m so glad I took this opportunity to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Remember the moving sashimi from Seoul? Well I got a video here of me eating it. It’s really good. I personally recommend it if you can handle something moving a little bit on your tongue. Just make sure you chew it properly before swallowing. Otherwise the suction cups on it’s... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Um don’t ask me why I’m missing Days in my blog posts. Must’ve been my drunken days in Korea. Pretty sure I’ve been away for 45 days. Oh well, I think I’ve got more than enough posts to make up for it. I still have more photos and videos to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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It’s our last day in Shanghai and pretty much my last full day in Asia!!! I’m going home tomorrow and this trip has been unbelievable. I had so much fun! More fun that anyone should really have in one trip. Everything went smoothly and I’ve got no complaints whatsoever. What... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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We hit the sack early as soon as we arrived in Shanghai. We had to wake up at 3am to line up at 4am to beat the crowds to the China pavilion. We got there early but people were already lining up. Yes, insane is correct. Basically the whole day... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Winter melon soup!!!! Now I feel like I’m at home. I miss my mom’s home cookin!! Can’t wait until I get home! Until then check out these dishes. Susanna’s cousin & BF took me out to a fancy lunch at one of the new restaurants in Maanshan. The place looked... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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So… after the dismal hot pot experience I suggested we eat Pizza Hut!! Hahaha… Not exactly what you’d expect from Pizza Hut although. They serve flash frozen salmon in their salads and pasta. Or maybe it is what you would expect from Pizza Hut. Cream of Corn Soup Flash Frozen... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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It’s an overcast day in Ma’anshan City. I am in An Hui Province, China for those who don’t know. I landed in Nanjing and took a 40 minute taxi to Maanshan. It’s one of the smaller cities in China but it still holds about 8 million people. Legend has it,... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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I think my stomach is back to normal today. Even though we did some drinking last night. If not, this Bibimbap will fix it! Doesn’t it look amazing? Look at those colors. Mmm… Haha! Didn’t try Kim Bap until the last day. It was okay. I was never really a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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HEY, I’M ALIVE! Sorry I haven’t been able to blog because I couldn’t get to a computer until now!! Let me get you guys up-to-date! Phew! So it’s my 2nd last day in Seoul…… T-T so we decide to go to Insadong to find some souvenirs. I’m truly gonna miss... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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So guess what? Today I tried to visit the War Memorial Museum on my own and hey lucky me it’s closed on Mondays. What a bummer. I didn’t have any trouble getting there. The subway system in Seoul is very user friendly and quite efficient. I got there without a... Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Back to the good stuff. Koreans love their fried chicken. Fried chicken, waffles and ice cream. Hmm… Do you see a trend here? They’re also big on Hip hop. Well if you don’t follow forget it… just forget it. ^^ A bunch of us got together to have a party... Continue reading
Posted Sep 27, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Today we ate Chuk or Rice Porridge. See previous post. Good night. ^^ Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Today we went to Nam San or South Mountain. We went hiking with Adam and Mr. O. It wasn’t a challenging hike. Older people love to hike in Korea. You’ll find many of them here hiking on the weekends. It was quite nice. Couples in love, married or engaged place... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Finally! Bibimbap! Fresh, colourful and delicious. And we got this in the food court of the CoEx mall. One of the many large malls here. Really, really good. I was surprised how good it was at the mall. Here’s after I mixed it up. Mmm… Messin around in the mall.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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I was lucky enough to be invited to a friend’s house for Choosuk (Korean Thanksgiving). Most, if not, everyone returns to their hometowns to have dinner at home. It’s a big, big deal here so you’ll find that most businesses are closed and Seoul becomes quite the ghost-town. Tony was... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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Today we decided to eat Chinese food of all things. Yeah not always a good idea to have chinese food in foreign countries but hey China ain’t that far. First up, Frogs Legs. I don’t know if this is chinese or not. Sweet and Sour pork chinese/korean style. Okay so... Continue reading
Posted Sep 25, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog
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My understanding of this dish is that during the Korean war, US soldiers would leave their rations of food, mainly composed of Hot Dogs and Spam, for the starving civilians and voila, Boo Dae Jji Gae was born!! Again, Korean food doesn’t always look right but it sure tastes bomb... Continue reading
Posted Sep 25, 2010 at Kevin's EPIC Blog