I have two news for you today. Bad news and Good news. Bad news is the fried chicken, that is attached with Kentucky in our countries, is not the best thing of this state. However, the good news is more astonishing than you imagine. There are many adventures that you can experience here. I … Continue reading The best thing of Kentucky is not Fried Chicken
Stockyard is the historic district where encompassing with Texas’s famous livestock industry. The surrounding areas of Stockyard are occupied with a lot of heritage buildings and visitors are enchanted by brick walkways where you can find cowboys and horses hanging out to have some pictures with visitors. Brick walkways On that day, I was lucky … Continue reading Stockyard Cattle Drive
Today we had a chance to visit one of Albany's sustainable development projects. Talking Walking Garden means "sound" of waterfalls. The 60-acre Talking Water Gardens is an engineered water treatment wetland right in the City of Albany. The Project was built in 2010 thru a partnership by the cities of Albany and Millersburg with metals … Continue reading Yes, we can “build” a natural environment.
27th April 2019Michigan State University Welcome to East Lansing, Michigan.. Grrrr... it is cold.. The temperature is around 4 - 9 degree Celsius. Almost like winter...where's my jacket? ooo.. here it is.. okay..now feel more warmer.. okay.. let's start my stories for the 1st week. Once upon a time, there is a princess (haha) been … Continue reading 3C..what’s that?
Museum is place or building where works of art, scientific specimens, collection of artifacts or other objects of permanent value are kept and displayed. I was very surprised to see the fossil and scale of dinosaur in the Texas Animal Science Museum that shows about the life in passed about 65 million years ago (Fig.1). … Continue reading The exploration
Well this is it guys, the final week. Got myself a good day off on a freezing day, compiling what I have experienced and learned so far, in silent meditation - with a bottle of booze. I find myself struggling to remember technicalities and information from hard-read books and daily observations. However, there was something … Continue reading Hospitality
It's has been such an amazing experience to see the dance of indigenous people in the 27th Annual Monacan Indian Nation Powwow, which is taken place in Southern Virginia. We took a 2-hour drive from Scottsville to Amherst County where the majority of the Monacan people are living in Virginia. The first thing that we … Continue reading GOOD TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE FIRST INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN VIRGINIA
Week 3. The highlight of the week is probably the Green new deal. It was my first experience with a political movement in a bid to reduce dependency on fossil-derived fuels and make changes to economic inequality policies. The final tour took place at Howard University in D.C, and I was pleased to hear from … Continue reading the green new deal
As this fellowship, I supposedly lived only in one city during one-month placement. But I am very fortunate to have a chance to stay on the second city (Corvallis) and third city to attend "Urbanism Next Conference 2019" which held on May 7-9, 2019 in Portland. The conference theme focuses on "How Technology shapes our … Continue reading Keep Portland weird!
Being placed with a kind host is such a great blessing! Apart of engaging with Omaha Permaculture Association, which mainly to work with the team to achieve their goals daily and weekly or so, it was fortunate enough to get a chance for camping inside the park of the Nebraska. A 30 minutes drive from … Continue reading A night of camping, bring back experiences