The UCSD chapter in my fraternity hosts their annual dance competition to raise funds for various charities. Almost every year, our chapter at CSULB participates by organizing a good handful of ourselves to become our own mini dance team.
Watch the video, then listen to the song with eyes closed. It seemed to have taken me to another place..
I think the best thing I’ve come to discover about travelling to a foreign country is not about finding something I’ve never seen before or doing something new, but it’s about bringing who I am at present to a new place and seeing how exactly what my capabilities are. I love that I still find myself laughing my ass off at the stupidest jokes, and wanting the same things.
It’s the third day of our trip, and we were scheduled to present. Of course we were slotted to use up our whole Monday of our trip to focus on it. Time-specific meetings with Tor in the morning, making last-minute adjustments to our slides, rehearsing and then spending an hour travelling to the University. It was pretty tough, to say the least, but the payoff at the end was finally being able to say we did it :]
Sunday some-fun day consisted of getting lost in the city hunting to take pictures and working on projects.
Day one in Hong Kong has been surprisingly eventful. From morning to 3am it has been a non-stop adventure. From train rides to bus rides, to ferry’s and taxi’s, We’ve gotten a huge taste of the city in a super small amount of time.
Me and my hostel-roomie Corey got a little lost on our way down to the cafe-meeting with Tor. We found ourselves on different floors of our hostel. We totally thought that we weren’t that far from ground floor, when we really were on the 12th floor.
It’s morning here in Hong Kong, last night was just full of settling in and travelling
As graphic designers, I feel like we’re pretty fortunate as we find ourselves getting ready to go to another country to present some projects. I don’t know what is going to happen, what new things I’m going to learn, things to see. This is the first time I’ll be travelling internationally without my parents.