Travel in the Time of Coronavirus
Mar 24, 2020
5 Vegan Restaurants to Visit around Chinatown, NYC
Feb 27, 2020
Vegan in Seoul: A first timer's guide
Feb 20, 2020
By Tina Chau • Mar 30, 2020
The past weeks have been disorienting, to say the least. Everything seemed to have happened at a fast pace with many countries now affected by COVID-19. Everyday life is disrupted. People are told to stay at home and practice social distancing to help curb the spread of the disease. But staying at home indefinitely is something that not everyone adapts quickly or easily to. So what can we do when self-isolating is the best thing we can do to help prevent this from spreading?
By Mhegan Lee • Mar 24, 2020
In the past months, I have followed the news and seen how the Wuhan Coronavirus (a.k.a. 2019-nCoV), which was later named as COVID-19, has swept across the world. By now, most of everyone I know from different places have already been impacted by it. And for those who live in places that have not seen many cases yet, people are already preparing in case it escalates.
By Tina Chau • Feb 27, 2020
Chinatown is one of New York City's popular destinations for local and foreign foodies alike for its diverse culinary offerings. From Asian to the Mediterranean and everything in between, you will find lots of scrumptious options to choose from. And the best thing is there are lots of veg-friendly places as well. Here are some of the best spots for vegan eats around the neighborhood.
By Mhegan Lee • Feb 20, 2020
Traveling for the first time anywhere can be a bit daunting in the beginning, especially if you are vegan. Whether you are planning a trip to Seoul or have already booked your flight, here are some tips on how to make the most of your first visit.
By Mhegan Lee • Jan 15, 2020
Hectic is the first word that comes to mind to describe my 2019 in travel. Not that I did a lot of traveling. It was just that the trips I had felt rushed and somewhat lacking in depth of experiences. Travel has always been a constant source of happiness for me. And last year's travels were no exceptions. Except that that they were not as fulfilling as I thought they would be. I think I got carried away by the excitement and trying to jampack as many activities as I can in every place that I visit. In the end, I felt like I missed out on a lot of good things I used to enjoy. So this year's travel goal is to do it more mindfully.
By Tina Chau • Nov 23, 2019
Vegan travel and vanlife are two of our favorite topics. So we are always on the lookout for stories and insights from people who share that passion -- and living it too! We reached out to vegan vanlifers Sophie and Paul, creators of Vegan on Board, to pick their brains about what life is like on the road with their beloved campervan Ronnie. Read on!
By Tina Chau • Nov 22, 2019
There are many things I love about living in NYC. But I think what I like best is how it never fails to surprise me. Life in this bustling city is like a never-ending adventure and discovery. In the midst of all that is familiar are new things and places to see and experience, often unexpectedly.
By Tina Chau • Nov 18, 2019
I really love Italy. Last month’s trip was my fourth visit there. But each visit always feels like the first time. It is truly a breathtaking place. And the Tuscany region, famous for its dramatic landscapes, picturesque old towns, food, art, and history, is more than everything I expected.