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Oakland XIV: Roll Deep Bike Party @ Era Art Bar + Lounge

Here are photos from the later-half of the Roll Deep Bike Party @ Era Art Bar and Lounge on Friday. The event was presented by Red Bike & Green, Richmond Spokes, P.O.K.E.R. Bicycle Familia, and Era Art Bar. Featured dj sets by Be Brown, Aebl Dee and DJ Black. The custom bike displays were created … Continue reading

San Francisco V: KANGEN-Reunited with Nature-Calligraphy Exhibition + Live Performance

KANGEN–Reunited with Nature–Japanese calligraphy exhibition + live performance took place on Friday night @ Fivepoints Arthouse, an artist-run alternative creative space located @ 72 Tehama, San Francisco CA in the SOMA district. The art show featured live calligraphy by Aoi Yamaguchi, a Japanese calligrapher living in Oakland, and contemporary dance performance by Mika Yanagihara. In addition, the show … Continue reading

Oakland XI: M.I.A.@ Fox Theater Oakland 2010

“Paper Planes”by M.I.A.@Fox Oakland 2010 from Kuishimbo on Vimeo. play>>

Oakland VIII: The XX@Fox Theater Oakland 2010

“VCR” by The XX @ Fox Theater Oakland 2010 from Kuishimbo on Vimeo. play>>  “Heart Skipped A Beat” by The XX @ Fox Theater Oakland 2010 from Kuishimbo on Vimeo. play>>

Oakland VII: Oakland Art Murmur

The Oakland Art Murmur takes place every first Friday of the month, and it’s free. You can check out the map of all of the art galleries that open their doors here. In addition, you can expect to find many live street performances (during a previous first Friday, there was capoeira and drumming, for example) and this … Continue reading

Berkeley II: Horse Racing, Golden Gate Fields

Every Sunday is $1 day ($1 beers, $1 hot dogs, $1 admission, $1 general parking) at Golden Gate Fields, in Berkeley. It’s easy to get there to watch the horse races. 1100 Eastshore Highway, Berkeley, CA 94710, and you can follow the races on Twitter here.   ©2010 Erica K. Hsu

Yokohama I: Engagement (Konyaku 婚約)

An engagement (konyaku 婚約) is a very special celebration indeed. There are several dishes with ingredients that symbolized longevity (like the mochi) and happiness (symbolized by the chrysanthemum). Each dish was presented in a very creative way, without sparing deliciousness. The final dish was a chirashi zushi that was prepared to be eaten in two … Continue reading

Hakone I: Hot Springs (Onsen 温泉)

One of the most majestic experiences of my life was spent in the gorgeous pool of the Hakone Hisui with my grandma (祖母), as she swam quietly back and forth. The indoor pool was surrounded completely by a glass wall, so while we swam, we were mesmerized by the breathtaking view of pristine and peaceful green … Continue reading

Paris II: Latin Quarter + Le Marais

We walked from the Latin Quarter to Le Marais. The Latin Quarter is near the Sorbonne, and it’s full of amazing little streets, full of patisseries or boulangeries and even, a French deli, that you can see above. We stopped for fresh pressed juices from the Sugar Plum Cake Shop which was the perfect place for … Continue reading

Oakland IV: Guacamole + Tortilla Chips

An old friend recently made homemade guacamole and tortilla chips from scratch. He quartered a stack of tortillas, poured a generous amount of oil into the pan, and fried them up. He layed them over napkins to cool and dry. Beforehand, he prepared guacamole with a few avocados and a dash of salt and pepper. … Continue reading

Oakland III: Vietnamese Sandwiches

My favorite spot to get vietnamese sandwiches is Cam Huong in Downtown Oakland’s Chinatown. I like their barbeque chicken sandwich, which is stuffed with vegetables, like carrots, cucumbers and cilantro, and sliced and pickled daikon-like radish.  It’s a little bit sweet and tangy. I’m pretty allergic to taro, but I love their taro dessert with … Continue reading

Berkeley I: The Cheese Board

We got a to go order from The Cheese Board (or Cheeseboard), a pizza collective in Berkeley, CA. We had their “pizza of the day,” and it was made pretty simply with delicious ingredients, and we enjoyed it in the car while it was still hot out of the oven. I’ve tried their pizza once before; it … Continue reading

Berlin IV: Flying Bach

We waited in line for a pretty long time to see German B-Boy crew Flying Steps perform to Bach at the Neue Nationalgalerie museum in Berlin, and although we found out the show was completely sold out (we were very bummed), I was able to document the entire thing from outside (the audience was prohibited from taking pictures from … Continue reading

Berlin III: Potato Pancakes

We went into KaDaWe a department store our moms would love. After scoping out the different choices for a late lunch, we decided on the one traditional German spot in the food court (which was a dream come true). The recipes prepared potatoes in different ways. We had a Bitburger beer with our potato pancakes and … Continue reading


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