• Netherlands
  • Museumplein

    On my biking tour of Amsterdam I passed Museumplein, the square that is home to three major museums in Amsterdam, and made a mental note to check it out later. Well…my ulterior motive was to get a picture with the “I amsterdam” sign located in the square! But I found so much more: I first approached Rijksmuseum upon arrival. It is […]

  • United Kingdom
  • Tate Modern

    If you’re a modern art-lover, then this museum is for you. Tate Modern is a huuuge modern art museum in London that is best of all, free. I think London makes up for its ridiculously high cost of living with its free museums, some of which are the best in the world! In all, I […]

  • Missouri
  • Snapshots: Last of St. Louis

    A bunch of rando snapshots taken during Senior Week (aka the week before seniors graduate) in St. Louis: Passing through Citygarden – see more pics of our “urban oasis” in this post from last fall. My first Cardinals game (also mentioned in Saying Goodbye to St. Louis: Gateway Arch)! Never seen so many people congregated in […]

  • Missouri
  • St. Louis Graffiti Wall

    It’s been a while since I’ve ventured around St. Louis! Thankfully that was remedied last weekend when a couple of adventurous buddies and I visited a graffiti wall down by the Gateway Arch. Plenty of talented graffiti artists have made their mark (and unfortunately plenty of non-talents have too) on the mile-long flood wall by the riverfront. In fact, it’s […]

  • Missouri
  • Kemper Art Museum (Vault Party)

    In all my four years of schooling, I’ve only stepped into the Kemper Art Museum on campus twice. First was when the WǑMEN (我们): CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART exhibit came along two years ago. More recently, several pieces from the museum’s vault were temporarily on display to the public (hence, vault party). Fun fact I learned from my […]