These last two weeks, we were excited to have our first guest stay with us in our new KL home: Cousin Dori from Chengdu 🙂Continue reading Our First Guest in KL
June is Bustin’ Out
When my wife said her company had to send her to New York to get some documents for her visa, there was no way I was going to miss that trip!
We landed at JFK on a Friday night and took a cab to a hotel in Midtown East. It was eerily quiet the next morning as we walked around our old office neighborhoods, and we had a comfortable brunch at one of those large places that are full of besuited businessfolk during the week, and took our pictures in a wide and empty Fifth Avenue, under a clear, blue sky. Continue reading June is Bustin’ Out
On a quick stop to visit the parents over the May holiday, we played tourists in Tai Koo Li:
After celebrating the New Year with Johan and Hazel in KL, we left town for a few days and relaxed at the rainforest resort known as the Dusun.
Happy New Year!
Chengdu for the Holiday
We visited Chengdu over October break, and nearby Qiang Bai Jiang, a suburb where X’s parents, aunt and cousin live. (Although for the moment, Doudou is away at college in the northeast). Continue reading Chengdu for the Holiday
For my birthday, I took a train to the north of the city to visit the Batu Caves.
I finally convinced my firm to send me on a trip to our office in KL 🙂
My coworkers were extremely welcoming, taking me out to lunch many times during my two weeks in the country. Malaysia has a LOT of good food!
Thanks everyone – I hope to be back again! Continue reading Kuala Lumpur