Showing posts from February, 2014

Great! Valentine's is over!

Congratulations! Valentine's day aka Single Awareness day is over. Isn't great to see your timeline flooded with 'sweetness' and 'thoughfulness' feels like its Christmas in February! For those who are also like me, don't feel sad because you can celebrate it in many ways like pampering yourself, eat a pint of ice cream, or travel somewhere alone and explore the beauty of nature. Most of all, don't forget to pray and thank for all the blessings that you have received. Pray some more, God knows, it will be given to you :) I was busy for the entire week. I'm re-watching some of my favorite Taiwanese Series / Idol Dramas (this was only my free time, and am glad the english subtitles were good!) and hook with 'Arrow' an American series inspired from DC Comics. I am really pre-occupied and I didn't even posted a Valentine's greetings. As we said in Tagalog, "lilipas rin yan" and see, it's over! Wasn't able to blog about th

[Video] 2014 Chinese New Year at Sun Wah Barbecue Restaurant

2014 Chinese New Year at Sun Wah Barbecue Restaurant

[Video] 2014 Arygle Street Parade Chinese New Year

2014 Arygle Street Parade Chinese New Year Taken before the parade.

Chinese New Year Parade at Argyle Street

To welcome the year of the Wooden Horse! A parade was first held in Argyle Street in Chicago last Saturday (there are numerous events in different parts of Chicago as scheduled). Many spectators were seen on the street waiting for the parade to start. Saw golden dragon and lions danced along Argyle street followed by group of business establishments representatives and some more lion dance groups. We were given out red paper lanterns, red beads and candies from the organizers. The parade started from 1pm-3pm, with routes along Argyle. The weather is really unpredictable last Saturday. Snow didn't bother me at all!   I was searching for news or photos online about last Saturday's parade until I stumbled upon this website, and while checking on the photos - I saw myself standing and waiting for the parade to arrive. You may visit the site at