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By Tina Chau • May 31, 2020
As cities around the world slowly reopen after long periods of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, we prepare ourselves to adjust to the new normal. Amid these trying and uncertain times, we reached out to Voyaging Herbivore’s Alysa Tarrant and Jack Lee to talk about their views on vegan travel and what they think traveling would be like in a world changed by COVID-19.
By Tina Chau • May 28, 2020
COVID-19 changed life as we know it. Sheltering in place, self-isolating, and social distancing are among the measures we take to do our part to curb the spread of this dreaded disease. As days turn into weeks and continue into months of staying at home, we may occasionally feel restless and yearn for days when we can travel again. So what do we do when we miss traveling but have to stay where we are for now.
By Tina Chau • May 17, 2020
It’s springtime in many parts of the world. Here in New York, the stay-at-home order is still in place. But it may be lifted soon. Meanwhile, we find ways to enjoy the season from home. And in the process, we are happy to discover, learn, and experience new things.
By Tina Chau • Apr 23, 2020
It's been thirty-two days since the stay at home order here in New York took effect. The City That Never Sleeps is now quieter as if in slumber as most shops closed and non-essential activities and gatherings have been restricted. Except for the occasional supply run, there is not much reason for us to leave the safety of our home. It can be mind-numbingly boring at times. It's hard to describe how COVID-19 has impacted us here as it did across the world. But we carry on.
By Bealuz Villavicencio • Apr 7, 2020
The streets of Seoul have been quiet and mostly deserted in the past six weeks. Things escalated quickly here around the end of February. From over 100 confirmed cases, the number of infected persons climbed to thousands in just a matter of days. A huge number of cases were detected in Daegu and part of Gyeongsangbuk-do Province. In Seoul, the local government did not shut down the city. But most people here chose to stay at home and self-quarantine to help prevent COVID-19 from spreading.
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.