Tag Archives: France
2014-09 Founder's Note 34 copy

September Founder’s Note: 34

BY WENDY HUNG On my last night in Paris, my best friend Mathilde reminded me that this would be the shortest birthday I would have. I’d hop on the plane in the morning, and thirteen hours later I would land in Taipei, Taiwan and it would already be the next day. Since this would be the […]

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5 Hot Tips For Traveling With Your Main Squeeze

BY KATIE HABIG wilB via Flickr Nothing puts a relationship to the test better than traveling with your significant other. Add flying over international waters to the mix and you’re upping the ante. If you’re like me, travel is a personal passion and a dating requirement. So naturally, my boyfriend and I planned a trip […]

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How To Picnic Your Way Around Europe

BY NADIA CHO For those backpacking through Europe on a budget, spending money on food can get pretty pricey if you’re looking to sample local cuisines at every stop. A great way to cut down on meal costs and try regional food is to buy separate items from vendors and picnic once a day rather […]

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Brangelina Got Married In France! Here’s How You Can Plan A French Wedding

BY WENDY HUNG splashnewsonline.com After nine years together and two years of engagement, the world’s most famous couple finally made it official! Brangelina got married this week in their estate in Southern France, Chateau Miraval. Before exchanging vows, the couple had already obtained a marriage license from a California judge who also conducted the civil […]

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[JETSET VIDEO] Tour Paris’ Oldest Market: Marché des Enfants Rouges!

BY WENDY HUNG x One of the best things to do in Paris is a trip to one of its austere markets where you can garner the freshest seafood at the poissonnerie, delicious cold cuts, colorful vegetables and flower stands. Marché des Enfants Rouges, located on 39 rue de Bretagne, is Paris’ oldest market and a must-go […]

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2014-08 Founder's Note French Connections

August Founder’s Note: French Connections

BY WENDY HUNG In the Chinese culture, we often speak about 緣份 (yuan fen). There’s no direct translation of the word. It’s a way of thinking, a concept rather, that refers to the binding forces between relationships held by lovers, family, friends or even strangers. There’s neither science nor religion behind it. But I grew […]

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[VIDEOS] 5 Totally Sponganeous Street Performances We Love From Prague

BY WENDY HUNG br.de Back in June, when my friend Nicole and I were strolling along Lima’s Barranco district, an outdoor piano was a blessing and a nightmare. A guy sat down on the bench in the middle of Parque Municipal, while his first attempt at The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” was lovely, after the 5th go-around, it […]

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