I've been in New York City for a week now, and I've been having a great time. My parents flew in for a few days for my sister's graduation at Columbia, and we spent some time sightseeing, eating cheap Chinese food, and making fun of each other. Here's some highlights from the past week:
I wanted a change in style so I got a digital perm in NYC Koreatown.
Starbucks coffee breaks turned my mother into an Original Gangsta.
My parents and I created our own artsy pictures at MOMA.
The purpose of this family trip was to cheer on my little sister, who was graduating from Columbia University's MPH program. It was crazy to think that my little sister now has a master's degree and a professional job, but everyone has to grow up sometimes!
Before my sister's graduation, we grabbed a quick lunch at the Flushing World Mall food court. A bowl of knife cut noodles cost $5!!! Amazingly cheap.
My family and I at my sister's graduation. Congrats, Rebecca!
My parents flew back home yesterday, but I'm going to be in NYC for one more week. Hopefully, I will accomplish my goal of finishing up the first draft of The Red Lantern Scandals: Volume Three. My goal is to get the book out by the end of the summer. Stay tuned! :)