Daniel & Fiona

If you ask me, this is the engagement session at its best in the Greater Boston area. We started out at Newton resident for warm up, created lovely images at home, then to the Newton city hall, where the magic took place. Followed by Bentley and Boston Universities, and wrapping up at historical  Beacon Hill in downtown Boston, the perfect ending was the iconic Citgo sign in Fenway. You can't get any "Bostoner" than that! 

End of Year trip 2015

From home to boarding was a fun trip itself... 

Dropped in at Ann Arbor and saw baby Max, he is a big brother now...

Toronto, the next stop, first to stroll The Distillery District, then to the unbelievably delicious family end-year-dinner, Lai-Wah-Heen, take my words, do not read their menu, it will destroy both your wallet and diet plan. 

Next morning was to the Art Gallery of Ontario, for the kind of intellectual like myself, art gallery wasn't nearly exciting as the fresh-made street food Gina happened to find. Hehehe. 

Hopping back to the US side, visited the Henry Ford Museum, and final meet Ariel Kuo for the first time. 

Home-bound air from DTW to BOS, what's waiting ahead was yet another holiday feast... always a great way to end a trip. 


Thanksgiving NYC 2015

It's that time of the year! Thanksgiving means reunion for ppls born and raised in this land, but it means VACATION for us. What's best than to have a quick stroll to the big apple! 

First and the foremost, Mitsuwa Market place

As a family tradition, we use Mitsuwa like a department store in Tokyo, took lots of to-go food back to the hotel for a Thanksgiving feast, I told you, this is a million light years better than the turkey and cranberry sauce for my Asian stomach. Of course, some swimming and bed jumping activities were unavoidable for boys. 

NYC NYC, where do you start? We started from DimSum at Chinatown, followed by Espresso bar in Soho, accidentally got into Kate Spade, where they offered kids activities allowing Moms to fire up on the bag hunting... In the afternoon, The Cloisters Museum provided a great educational gateway to medieval Europe via its art, architecture and garden. Dinner was to meet up with old friends in Katz's