“The violets in the mountains have broken the rocks.” ~ Tennessee Williams
“If dandelions were hard to grow, they would be most welcome on any lawn.” ~ Andrew Mason
“I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.” ~ Claude Monet
“When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other.” ~ Chinese Proverb
“Bread feeds the body, indeed, but flowers feed also the soul.” ~ The Koran
“Earth laughs in flowers.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Photos by Jasmine Toy, photo subject by Yu Ling Wu, words by famous people.
Hey there, you wonderful person! As you may know, prom season is upon us, and that means a flood of adorable couple pictures on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. I remember envisioning how my very own senior prom would be: a fancy dinner with my gorgeous Adonis-esque boyfriend, a wonderful night of dancing and of course, the perfect prom dress.
I remember the first time I watched Disney’s “Frozen”. I fell in love instantly with each character and song. Though not my ultimate favorite Disney movie, I do thing that this movie deserves two thumbs up and a must watch just so you can sing along with just about every body else on this planet! So check out my video where I do a quick review/commentary on it!
If tumblr were a person, it would probably be Miley Cyrus.
Miley, the queen of controversy, twerk, and tongue action, as well as my role model (just kidding about that last part….not really), hit the stage in San Jose on a ratchet Tuesday night.
Here are some highlights if you’re running late and just need a quick recap.
This post is dedicated to all my fabulous homosexuals.
Gentlemen…start your engines…and may the best woman…WIN!
Are you a fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race? Well honey, I am! As I scrolled through my Bandsintown app on my brightly lit screen in the middle of the night, I quickly caught a glimpse of the name “RuPaul,” and instantly, my heart stopped.
To say that this was the raunchiest, most flamboyant, insane, and glitter-filled show of… ever (next to Gaga, of course) would be an understatement. Here’s how I made the best of that night.
An improved review of Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP.
I LOVE HER SO MUCH IT’S UNREAL
Until next time,
Yu Ling Wu
Hey guys! It’s your girl Yu Ling here! Can you believe 2013 passed by so quickly? As a tribute to one of the best years for concerts, I have compiled my list of my top ten favorite concerts! Check it out!
We’re going to speed through this list like Usain Bolt, like BAM BAM BAM CHICKEN AND HAM THIS IS WHY THIS CONCERT WAS INSANE IN THE MEMBRANE AND TOO LEGIT TO QUIT!!! I’m going to describe the concert in one sentence, give three songs (or more for bigger concerts) I enjoyed, and five words that I associate with it.
Honorable Mentions that just missed the list:
-Marina and the Diamonds
Where I discovered Charli XCX and danced the night away with my friends in an upbeat bubblegum pink atmosphere.
Songs: “Teen Idle”, “Primadonna”, “How to be a Heartbreaker”
Words: Pink, Girly, Bubbly, Exciting, Energetic
The first time I heard Family of the Year was in my friend Kavin’s car. He was like “DON’T THEY SOUND LIKE A MODERN QUEEN?” Well, not so much really, but they were pretty good! So as I was searching the interwebs and pretending to work on my college applications (Mom if you’re reading this, that last one was a joke), I saw on my last.fm calendar that Family of the Year was coming to San Francisco! Being a concert junkie, I just had to get myself a ticket—not to mention the fact that the ticket was only $25, so a good deal plus a cheap asian equals a fun time (YAS!).
I don’t know what the heck happened with my camera here, but the photo turned out pretty cool, so here’s my hipster shot of Atlas Genius.
When I went to purchase my ticket, I found that Family of the Year was just one of three bands that would also be performing. Three bands in one night? A mini music festival with Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Family of the Year, AND Atlas Genius? Perfection. Continue reading
I was at a super-upbeat-bubblegum-pink concert for Marina & the Diamonds when I fell in love with the opening act, Charli XCX. What caught my attention were her shoes, because, well, shoes are the windows to the soul. I saw that curly fro-like textured hair paired with a ‘90s grunge outfit and five-inch platforms, and I instantly knew that girl was going to be good.
When I found out that Charli would be in SF again, I had to get a ticket to see her. The show was originally scheduled for September, but was postponed later to November due to some reason I did not pay attention to. Continue reading