Quiet Imprints

A few weeks ago, I went to Quiet Imprint, a ballet piece featuring legendary Vietnamese singer Khanh Ly and the Ballet Austin Company II. It was my intention to take notes and write a quick, informal review for Pacific Ties. But when the performance started, I quickly realized that even the most informal of reviews…

Peanut Butter Mochi

So last night, some of us from PacTies were invited to a screening of Feast at Rieber, the new Pan-Asian restaurant at Rieber (duh). It was pretty good: bulgogi sandwiches, curry fries, thin-crust pizza with chives and pineapples, nothing short of Kogi except that it’s not on wheels. But the yummiest thing that I took…

Fried Rice

Not your conventional Chinatown fried rice, but it’s got the basics. And it’s easy to make- which is all that matters for inexperienced starving students. 2-3 eggs 1 bunch of Chinese broccoli 4 Chinese sausages 5 cups of rice soy sauce sesame oil To prepare: Get the rice cooking! Peel and dice the stalks of the Chinese…

Meet Teesa, a pop musician

I ended up interviewing Teesa (teesamusic.com) for my mini project. Her music style reminds me of Katy Perry, Kesha, and a bit of Cascada, although she has noted that some of her influences have come from Jimi Hendrix and Asian pop. Her songs are highly energetic, just like herself; she’s quite an animated young lady.…