Bene box project

Last Christmas, The Butterfly Project had a Christmas gathering of sort. It was a gift packing and decorating session for the children of Yayasan Seribu Harapan Malaysia, cum bingsu party at Caffebene.

We all brought little gifts to pack into a Bene Box (really just a Caffebene bingsu takeaway box), and each of us decorated and personalized a Bene Box for one child each.

Hahaha so basically, it’s secret santa, but one-sided and more noble.

It’s quite difficult to personalize a gift for someone when you’ve never even met them man.

And I clearly underestimated the size of the box, because I had to leave the cafe to shop for more things so the box wouldn’t be empty HAHAHA.

And when you have enough items for the box, the next tricky part is to fit everything into the box. It’s really more of a bowl (but I guess Bene Bowl doesn’t have the same ring to it), so it was pretty tricky haha. It took me a while to make sure everything fit wtf. And there’s also the added pressure of making your Bene Box looks nice, so even if it fits I couldn’t let it be an ugly mess inside.

Next comes the decoration.

I also did not get the memo to decorate the Bene Box to be picture perfect and so.. I’m pretty sure mine was the ugliest hahaha, oh well.

Seriously look at their decorations wtf A+ dedication.

Look at all that omg. Heart eyes emoji man.

And then there’s mine wtf. And this is already the nicer photo I could take wtf.


But thanks to the cute bowtie and panda, if you take it from the top, it looks cute enough!


With Rikajue. I love her Bene Box, it’s filled with skincare products for men in cool hipster packaging hahaha. So cool.

Mine was included in this flatlay though, I feel so honoured haha.

That cute bowtie saved me.


And then we put all our Bene Boxes onto the shelf in the store and it was on display there for a week maybe. Look how pretty!

After Bene Box wrapping we had a bingsu tasting session! Someone called it a Korean cendol. That about sums it up hahaha.

My favourites are probably cookies and cream, Oreo is my Archilles’ heel. Don’t even need the cream. But I loved the other flavours too honestly. They’re so good!

A week later the senior butterflies delivered the Bene Box to the children! I wasn’t there but they posted pictures on Facebook and obviously I had to see it.

All the kids from Yayasan Seribu Harapan Malaysia with their own Bene Box!

It was held at another Caffebene, one with a fancy vintage-looking clock.

Basically all of these photos are taken from Caffebene Malaysia’s Facebook page (here and here). Thanks The Butterfly Project, Tammy and Caffebene Malaysia for having me! It felt good to be able to do some good, even if it’s only a tiny thing like this.

iflix, the Asian Netflix!

iflix asian netflix

Taken from iflix Facebook

This is just too exciting! We have an Asian version of Netflix, catered to Asian audience (obviously), at the monthly rate of RM8/RM10! Take that, Astro! (I have a personal agenda against their monopoly in the Malaysian market)

I was idly browsing Facebook on my phone and came across iflix‘s Facebook ad haha wtf. Curious, I went to google about it and saw that it was pegged as the Asian Netflix and seems rather legit!

I was excited because we’ve got a smart android TV kind of thing at home and not wanting to go through the trouble to access American Netflix (I don’t even know how to do that on that thing), this is awesome! But apparently it’s not available on smart TV yet wtf giving me false hope.

And it comes with Asian content too, but very limited, unfortunately. It would’ve been perfect if it comes with TVB drama that my dad and grandmother fancy. (S/N: is there like a Chinese or Hongkie version of Netflix?)

Guess Astro’s keeping its’ crown.

But keeping in mind that it was launched only a week ago, it has much room for improvement but it’s not bad at all.

iflix asian netflix

Having used the Canadian and American Netflix, iflix’s user interface is not as smooth or extensive as Netflix, but still pretty user-friendly. iflix doesn’t really have the personalized recommended content thing that Netflix does.

Content wise, it’s not even close to the amount that Netflix has. It’s very limited right now. It is possible that American Netflix might have even more Asian content than iflix :( But if so, definitely not as localised, can’t find Malaysian anything on Netflix. But they do have all seasons of Friends, the Lord of the Rings movies, Grease hahaha, so, score!

Apparently they’re gonna offer subtitles for English content, that’d be nice, sure, I love watching with subtitles so I don’t miss a thing (nerd alert), but I don’t really care. But Chinese and Malay subtitle will probably attract the not-fluent-in-English population.

I watched an episode of Friends there and the video quality is pretty good, it paused twice to buffer a little bit but otherwise perfect! It saved my watching progress as well, and will resume from where I stopped watching the last time.

I even know about its customer service wtf. I messaged them on a Sunday and they replied me a few hours later! Woah, you go iflix! Astro would never.

iflix asian netflix

Taken from iflix Facebook

I hope they’ll eventually add more content though. Otherwise I’m not sure that it’ll really take off. And maybe offer a 30-day trial instead of 14-day, give people more time to get used to it. Pretty sure the trial is what got so many people to subscribe to Netflix.

As of right now, I think it’d be a pretty good Asian alternative for Netflix if you consume a lot of American media, or alternative for TV if you don’t want to support Astro’s monopoly like me, or if you’re like most college students nowadays – don’t even have a TV. Well worth the RM8/10 a month I’d say. You don’t even have to go through the very confusing IT trouble to access American Netflix, so it’s old-people or IT-dummy friendly too.

Sign up for iflix‘s free trial, and maybe subscribe if you like it? It’s good to finally have Internet TV in Malaysia, let’s keep it!

(It may sound like an ad, but I swear, this post came out of sheer excitement!)

Horien Eye Secret

I was lucky to have been invited to the Horien Eye Secret launch in 1 Utama, courtesy of Butterfly Project!

Horien Eye Secret is a Taiwanese brand. It’s new to Malaysia so you might not have heard of it yet.

I got to see their ambassador, Yumi Wong, up close! Unfortunately I didn’t get a good photo of her. But here’s one from the Eye Secret website.

Horien Eye Secret Yumi Wong
Horien Eye Secret 1 Utama launch
Horien Eye Secret 1 Utama launch
I love the gold and black theme! And that’s Yumi Wong surrounded by people waiting to take photos and selfies with her in the last photo.

Okay, now to introduce their contact lenses. These are the 2 options of clear contact lenses they offer, 38% water content for dry eyes, and 55% for HD vision and UV blocking!
horien eye secret 38% contant lenseshorien eye secret 55% soft contact lenses
Both are available as dailies or monthlies.

When I got it, I was wondering how are contact lenses with only 38% water content better for dry eyes. But apparently,

High water content lens will absorb our tear and disrupt the normal tear circulation. Similar to the water absorbing sponge, these lenses absorb the tears. As a result, we recommend the low water content contact lens for the dry eyes.

Learning something new everyday.

This is the Eye Secret Colour lenses!
horien eye secret colour lenses
It has 2 colours for the dailies, but 6 for the monthly lenses!

They use BMW 3D wrap technology, something that makes sure the colour additives would not leach out, so the colour lenses are safe, clear and beautiful. You could read more about the technology on their website.

Horien Eye Secret SunglassesHorien Eye Secret Sunglasses
On a side note, they also gave me a pair of Horien pink sunglasses! Perfect for the sunny Malaysia, and hiding my dark circles, and also my eyes during hangovers.
Horien Eye Secret Sunglasses
There’s a butterfly! Is this for Butterfly Project or happy coincidence?

I will be writing a review for these lenses soon! I’m most excited to try their colour lenses, because I’ve never worn them before. But also the clear ones, because Yumi Wong swore by these lenses. She insisted that she’s promoting Eye Secret because she genuinely likes them and think they’re very comfortable.

I have been too busy with uni to try them out. :( Also, I just opened a new pack of my current monthlies when I received them hahaha I don’t really want to waste my contacts!

I will also have another post like this because my picky eyes have changed preferences since then.

Ombré hair with Atomic Turquoise

black green ombre hair manic panic atomic turquoise

AKA black virgin Asian hair fading to Manic Panic’s Atomic Turquoise on bleached hair.

And I’m soooo in love with my new hair!

It was done few days before St. Patrick’s Day, such a happy coincidence. :D

Honestly it’s supposed to be bluer, but my hair wasn’t bleached enough (I tried bleaching it again but it didn’t get much lighter wtf), so the bleached yellow-ness from my hair turned the quite-blue dye to a greener turquoise than I expected.

But it’s still a beautiful shade!

On the flip side, nothing can save my hair now. Dry, brittle, split-ends, breakage. You name it.

I’m so excited I barely have any fucks left for the awful state of my unsalvagable hair.

My new hobby is basically examining my damaged hair and breaking my split ends apart hahaha. (While also admiring my hair colour wtf)

black green ombre hair manic panic atomic turquoise
Same photo but with #nofilter hahahaha. I used the Facebook Emerald filter for the first photo, because St. Patrick’s, the greener the better!

black green ombre hair manic panic atomic turquoise
This was right after the colouring. My aunt curled my hair a little for Instagram-and-Tumblr-worthy hair photo ops.

black green ombre hair manic panic atomic turquoise
This was taken a few days ago! It’s been a month I think, still pretty damn green! It’s lasting way longer than I expected.

Will write a very detailed hair post when I have more time!

Eat Shop Go on 2 Wheels in Taiwan

Eat, shop & go on two wheels in Taiwan!

Before that grab the best travel deals at Taiwan Travel Fair

Whether you are considering a first or subsequent visits to Taiwan, there’s never a better time to tour the island than in 2015! Taiwan Tourism Bureau Kuala Lumpur (TTBKL) is organising its first-ever Taiwan Travel Fair in Malaysia. With the theme of “Time to Enjoy Life”, it will be held at 1 Utama Shopping Centre, where the public can get the best deals for Taiwan travel at this one-stop event from 25 to 29 March 2015.

With the first Taiwan Travel Fair, TTBKL hopes to present great value travel deals to Malaysian families. They have tied up with top Taiwanese and Malaysian travel agencies to offer a variety of exciting packages and the most attractive travel deals for all destinations in Taiwan. This also includes customised packages or tours specially-catered for Muslim visitors.

For visitors of the fair who purchase any tour package from participating agents, they stand a chance to participate in a lucky draw for every RM500 spent. Prizes include Taipei return flight tickets sponsored by China Airlines and Eva Airways; and East Asia cruise on Star Aquarius, Star Virgo and Aquarius liners sponsored by Star Cruises. So do make a date with us and visit the Taiwan Tourism Fair to bring back these fabulous prizes!

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Boston, MA – Day 3 & 4

Since we’ve already visited almost everything in Boston during day 1 and day 2, plus Sole and Ina, our trip planners left, along with Morgane, our awesome unofficial photographer, all went back to Canada, only us, the lazy arses were left in Boston.

We were super chill and didn’t do much in Boston haha. Neither did we take many photos.

We actually just stayed in the hostel’s cafe trying to get some work done haha wtf. I don’t think we ended up doing much work though. Meanwhile, Nico went to visit Berklee College of Music, so in a way he actually got more things done than we did haha!

Friends Street Hostel Boston
The cheap lunch in the hostel’s cafe I mentioned in this post. Turkey panini bread or something like that. It was for $5 or $6.

When we finally left the hostel later in the day, we went to shop in Downtown Crossing.

And in the evening, we went to Hard Rock Cafe Boston, which was near our hostel. There was some tribute concert thing going on, perhaps tribute to the 80’s or 90’s music, but we didn’t go.

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston
My Hard Rock chocolate smoothiee! That’s my chocolate smoothie buddy in the background. Jo and Ferdi had vanilla smoothie.

We all had smoothie for “dinner.” It was soooo filling. But I managed to finish it! It also comes with a Hard Rock glass, exactly the same one that we were drinking from, but new, unused, and comes in a box. I was worried that we had to actually bring the dirty glasses home hahahaha.

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston
Ferdi is not that good of a photographer huh.

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Hard Rock Cafe Boston

The next day, I don’t even remember what we did. And like I said, since we’ve already visited most places.. we decided to go back to Downtown Crossing to go shopping again haha.

“Thou shall not pass.”

They look so scary haha.

Pizza for lunch.

Our bus was leaving late at night. Even after shopping, we still had so much time to kill, that we actually went to watch a movie, About Last Night, in the cinema wtf. It was one of the few movies with timing that worked, plus Jo lovesss the actors.

I actually have 2 pictures from the trip as my lock screen wallpaper :D

Boston, MA – Day 2

I know it’s been ages since the last post. But here goes..

Super picture heavy, because, well.. I miss these faces.

Lucky for us, our second day in Boston was very sunny! Which meant that it was rather hot in the cold winter wtf. Our winter coat was too warm for the weather.

Fire escapes that are more commonly associated with New York, but in Boston!


We were definitely overly-excited about the sun wtf. Took so many photos under the sun it’s kind of ridiculous hahahaha.

Now, I don’t actually really know where we went. I know we probably walked along the Harborwalk though.

And this was near Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park.

My wet shoes, sigh. It was much better since that day was sunny though.

I tried drying them the night before, with hair dryers and everything, but it didn’t get dry enough. :/

Enjoying the warmth of the sun.

You know, now I really get why people who live in temperate countries with 4 seasons loveeee summer. As a Malaysian, I have never loved the sun as much as I did during winter.

It was probably -10C but so sunny compared to Canada, and so much warmer from what we’re used to! Who even need winter coats in this warm temperature, ya know?!

“Me and my Asians.”

That’s basically the name of this picture haha.

They always make fun of Asians for taking photos all the damn time for every little thing, and/or selfies (which I must admit, is pretty true).

So this is me being Asian taking a selfie, with all my non-Asian friends being “Asians” pretending to take selfies in the background (or not pretending, I’ll never know).

I loveee this picture!

Behind the scene hahaha! Isn’t it awesome?

Haha why are they so cute?

Found this huge metal reflective thingy, and we all went to lean on it for some warmth haha.

And then I think we took the subway to Newbury Street and walked from there to Boylston Street area.

The Fairy Shop on Newbury Street!

I don’t know why we didn’t take any pictures of this gorgeous street. But it’s an incredible quaint and quirky street full of equally quirky shops. Like this one!

Something like this, but it’s much better in real life of course.

I want this!

Is “walking selfie” a thing? We were actually walking, in motion, when this was taken haha.

Street performer beatboxing.

Maybe it’s the winter, or maybe Boston just isn’t as lively as New York, but I didn’t see too many street performers.

Copley Square.

It was gorgeous. One on side it was the Boston Public Library, another was this incredibly modern glass building – John Hancock Tower, right next to this old-looking Trinity Church.

John Hancock Tower.

Boston Public Library

Trinity Church.

We wanted to go in and visit the church, but unfortunately it was closed. :( So we just hung around Copley Square taking pictures.

More Copley Square.

My very very very bad attempt at taking a photo for Jo and Ferdi. So bad, and embarrassing.

I don’t think I’m Asian.

No idea what’s happening here. Might be a second attempt at the “Me and my Asians” photo hahaha.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace / Quincy Market at night.

We went there to eat in Quincy Market, and then us girls went to shop in Urban Outfitters after, while the guys went back to the hostel.

Hahaha I like these.

Don’t piss the French people off!

This random guy just randomly came in to join our picture wtf.

♥♥♥♥ I love this picture too! We look soo happy!

That was also our last day travelling with Sole, Ina and Morgane. They went back to Montreal early in the morning. So it was just me, Jo, Ferdi and Nico for the next 2 days.

Boston Day 1
Boston Day 2
Boston Day 3 & 4

Touring the East Coast

Sort of. Not really. I’m finally leaving Canada after staying one whole fucking month to deal with my Canadian visa issue to travel around the east coast! I thought I would never leave! (So did the Brazilians and Aina, most probably, hahahaha.)

I have already done the west coast (also only sort of) with Ina and Sole in May, before I came back to Canada. Now that I’m done dealing with Canadian visa, I’m leaving to travel the east coast woohoo!

And I’m now happily on the bus on the way to Chicago! Actually, I’m arriving in 20 minutes. I can barely believe this is happening.

But due to budget issue, I’ll only be going to Chicago, Washington D.C. and New Yorkkkk, concrete jungle where dreams are made of. One month and a half there!

I’ve even stopped by Toronto to see Alston and Abdul! I didn’t even really do any sightseeing in Toronto. I stayed with Alston and his family and had an amazing time with them.

And I know, I know, it’s not a complete east coast tour. And Chicago is really midwest, but it’s kind of, sort of on the east coast-ish. Oh shit, it’s not even in the same timezone hahaha.

But I’ve already been to Boston, so I’m skipping it this time. Wanted to go to Philadelphia too, but decided to skip it as well. We’ll see, I might still end up going. Wanted to go to Florida too, which is really south, but it’s too far, and I can’t afford to go to the theme parks in Orlando, nor am I that interested in going to Miami, alone, just for the beaches. Will probably drop by New Jersey while I’m in New York.

And yes, I’ll be travelling alone! Which terrifies me but excites me too. It’ll be an experience, to say the least. I don’t know, we’ll see. It definitely helps that I have a grandaunt in New York, and I’ll be meeting up with Nico there too!


Boston, MA – Day 1

Our “spring break” was earlier than most universities’ Spring Break. Because Canada, it was still crazy winter for us. A big group of them went to Cuba, some Brazilians went to Cancun, places full of sunshine and far far away from winter, and we.. we chose to stay in winter (because we just loveeeee winter that much) and go to Boston. Who need warmth? Not us.

Splitting the posts by day because.. way too many pictures. We were there for 4 days and 3 nights, but we did like EVERYTHING on the first 2 days.

We stayed with Friends Street Hostel. It was pretty good, standard hostel, and pretty near downtown. They also provide free breakfast in the mornings (good for budget travellers!), and if you’re lucky you get to have waffles! They also have cheap lunch menu, around $5 maybe. The stairs though, rather steep and high, had to make Ferdi or Nico carry my luggage up and down for me. No big deal though (unless you’re me, in which case, pack as light as possible).

All set and ready to go!

My first Wonka candy! Only bought it because, Willy Wonka! I gave the candies to Nico and only kept the box wtf haha. Only realized recently that that Malaysia has Wonka products too.

We were travelling by bus overnight, leaving at night and arriving Boston in the morning. So I wore my specs instead, and they were like :O because they’ve never seen me with specs haha.

HAHAHA best picture ever. It was so hilarious we had to post it. Took a normal nice one to salvage our image hahaha wtf.

The boys were next to us, playing chess on the iPad again.

Boston, baby! First stop: Dunkin Donuts hahaha. Because America runs on Dunkin Donuts wtf.

Jo wasn’t feeling well, so she was telling Sole, Ina and Morgane (who were already in Boston the night before, coming from New York) that she was okay haha.

Charlie ticket for the Boston subway rides. I got the 7-day pass even though we were only staying for 4 days, it was cheaper. I would’ve gotten a Charlie card instead if I had known there is a card version.

We spent the first day in Boston walking around, following some route that Ina and Sole planned. I have no idea where we were and went, because we kind of just blindly followed them, but we were definitely walking pass touristy spots. We walked so much I feel like we walked all of Boston haha.

The boys didn’t join us for the walking tour though. Don’t remember what they were doing instead, either sleeping or.. something. We met up in MIT.

And because Canada and its’ reputation for winter, I thought the Boston winter would be nicer. Boy, was I wrong. It was nearly as cold, if not the same coldness. But they also have rainy winter, which Ottawa doesn’t really have, and I did not expect. My shoes were not equipped for wet winter and I walked all day with wet shoes and socks :( It does sort of get warmer when it gets sunny though, but our first day in Boston was a rainy gloomy winter day.

Boston is so beautiful though. All these charming old buildings in the midst of winter snow-whiteness. You’ll see in the pictures, so gorgeous!

And thanks to its large (VERY smart) student population, it has a great atmosphere and lifestyle despite being a big city. It’d be an amazing place to live in.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Quincy Market.

Downtown Crossing. Good for shopping I believe.

Boston Common Park.

Boston Common Park
Us girls.

Boston Common Park

Boston Common Park

Boston State House

The State House.

Behind the scene hahaha.

Snowball fight (sort of) alert!

Guess where?

THE M.I.T. Massachusetts Institute of Technology!

There were classes in-session (we do have a very early “spring break”), many MIT students walking around and everything.

So it was great, because there were so many Asians walking around! I just have to walking around, act like I know shit and I’d blend right in. No one would suspect that I don’t go there HAHAHA.

There were actually tours to see the MIT campus, but we didn’t join. Not sure if the tours were free/open to public.

Look who’s a MIT student now hahahaha.

No idea what MIT building this is, but it looks cool.

harvard university

Mommy, daddy, I made it.

Selfie with my university HAHAHA.

harvard university

harvard university

harvard university
Finally a picture of alll of us!

Some black church near Harvard.

Musicians in subway station.

Went for The Cheesecake Factory in Prudential Center after. We walked around Prudential Center, which is a shopping mall, before eating.

I was so full I couldn’t eat a cake, so I ordered one to takeaway instead. ;) Wasn’t going to come to Cheesecake Factory and leave without trying their cake!

I don’t know these people.


Word of the trip: Sure.

Museum visits

Well, the previous post was too party, now it’s time to show my intellectual side HAHAHA.

This post is out of chronological order of my exchange posts so far, but it’s okay, I’m not about to make 3 individual posts for 3 different museum visits.

You see, Ottawa is not exactly a tourist hotspot. There are not many attractions or places to go in Ottawa really.

When my dad came with me and heard that the most touristy thing to do here is to visit museums and Parliament Hill, he was like nope. He walked by the parliament buildings (I think) and did not give a fuck.

There is the Rideau Canal, the world’s longest outdoor skating rink, but my dad doesn’t skate, and I don’t know how to, so..

All he did in Ottawa was shopping in Rideau Centre and running errands with me haha.

And I’m not interested in museums and government buildings too. I’ve been here 6 months and I only finally went to visit the (outside of) Parliament last week. I did, however, try skating on the canal.

My “skating”, as demonstrated in this picture.

However, I was forced to visit some museums (I auto-typed musics instead of museums every time, I think this really shows my disinterest in museums haha) for a class. Had to, the exams had questions that one could only answer if one visited the museums.

I went to the National Gallery of Canada, Canadian Museum of Civilization, and Canadian War Museum.

National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Canada at night. (or in the evening, the sun sets at like 4pm during winter wtf). That’s the spider thing that visitors like to take pictures with. Went with awesome Nico. It was after this that I accidentally broke a glass in a restaurant. :(

Artists, Architects and Artisans National Gallery of Canada
The exhibition I needed to visit. My professor didn’t expect the “architecture” part hahaha.

Needed to visit this exhibition and see a controversial painting, “Voice of Fire.”

Barnett Newman Voice of Fire National Gallery of Canada
I know what you’re thinking.

Apparently, they paid $1.8 million for this back in 1989, which means in today’s dollar value, the number would be much higher wtf.

And also apparently, you need to see this painting in real life to fully appreciate it, if you can.

I couldn’t.

And I tried. I really tried.

Voice of Fire National Gallery of Canada
HAHAHA. I love this.

Canadian Museum of Civilization History
Next up: Canadian Museum of Civilization / Canadian Museum of History (Musée canadien des civilisations or musée canadien de l’histoire in Fancy French) in Gatineau (which is outside of Ottawa, in Quebec, but very near). The bus ride was torturing, took me like an hour and a half to get there.

But the museum was pretty great and a lot more interesting. I especially liked Canada Hall, it was a narrative of Canadian history, from the first non-Aboriginal people who stepped foot on the Canadian soil to recent history.

The First People’s Hall, which was about the Aboriginal people of Canada, and all the ancient-looking stuffs, creeped me out so much. I walked as fast as possible.

Canadian museum of civilization history the grand hall
Canadian museum of civilization history the grand hall
The Grand Hall. Seems like a tourist’s favourite spot for taking photos.

Canadian museum of civilization history snow
An exhibition named “Ice” or “Snow”. Self-explanatory name, really.

They also had another special exhibition named Vodou (which really means voodoo). There was a sign warning that it is not for the faint of heart, and they featured real dead people’s bones inside or something. I was intrigued but didn’t dare to go in hahaha.

Canadian Museum of Civilization History
Then, when I was done with all the halls, apparently I missed the last OC Transpo bus that goes from Gatineau to Ottawa. So I had to take Gatineau’s own STO bus. I waited in the dead of winter night for half an hour BUT THE BUS NEVER CAME.

Couldn’t take it anymore, so I called a cab to go to Rideau to take a bus back to residence from there wtf.

Canadian War Museum
Canadian War Museum (Musée canadien de la guerre en français). Danny was supposed to go with me, but then he said he was too lazy wtf. Muchas gracias mejor amigo.

Didn’t take a picture, so pictures from Google Image search haha.

Canadian-War-Museum morse code windows
The windows thingy apparently spells out something in morse code!

My name, encoded. I feel like a spy now.

Hello, my name is RBDDO.

Canadian War Museum
No Canada, I did not know.

Canadian War Museum
With a Japanese soldier hat that Nik made me wear, just because I’m Asian.

Canadian War Museum Berlin wall
Canadian War Museum
Coolest thing in the entire museum. A piece of Berlin wall!!!!

The museum was generally pretty cool though. Didn’t have time to go see other parts that I didn’t need to.

Now that I think about it, my museum visits were not too bad, they can be pretty cool or interesting. Even my worst one so far, the National Gallery of Canada, they had paintings by Andy Warhol, which I admit, is really cool. Museums are definitely not the most exciting, but can’t say they were bad either.