In 2006, I was a college sophomore at Barnard College in the heart of New York City. At 19 years old, I was eager to travel and see another part of the world. I have been living in New York City since I was 10, after trekking over from the currently(more…)
Recently, I have been requested by readers to do a 36 hours in London post. It won’t be easy to fit all of my favourite things in 36 hours, but I will try. :-)
Where to stay:
Kick you feet up in luxury at The Savoy for some good old English(more…)
2013 was an amazing year. I started my wonderful little corner of the internet (a.k.a my blog – New Yorker in London) after an epiphany to share more of my world with family, friends and fellow readers like you.
Taking the leap. It was a year of huge change for me. With the help of friends and family, I successfully made the leap from a financial diva to a digital media bod and I absolutely loved every single moment with no regrets. It(more…)
“Chestnuts roasting on the open fire…”, ah, as I hear the Christmas songs playing in the background with Nat King Cole’s soothing voice resonating through the apartment, feelings of warm and coziness just fills me up with excitement for the(more…)
“You know, I think you will love it. Prague is a beautiful city, you might not want to come back…” my friend’s voice was still playing in the back of my head as we landed at Prague’s Václav Havel Airport.
I looked out from the window of my seat as the(more…)
Ahh, it’s that time of the year when various Christmas commercials are tugging at our hearts just before the holiday season kicks off. With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, the first thing I would like to tick off my holiday check(more…)
I still remember my short visit in Paris back in June and how cozy it was to wonder down Rue de Saint Dominigue (read more here). The brasseries and restaurants were filled with visitors from around the world and the nostalgic music that would greet us(more…)
Alright, Londoners and all of my other curious readers from around the world, my latest restaurant conquest had been a highly anticipated event.
I had a love affair with hirata buns since I first tasted them on the second floor of a Chinese(more…)
…New York. It was said by one New Yorker who I knew very well, that New York will always be the best city in the world. You can hate it, love it, but at the end of the day, you will always come back home. OK, that almost sounded like a Michael(more…)
As we are quickly approaching the end of August and the end of Summer, (can you believe how quick the year has been going by?), New Yorker in London would like to share some of the best events in August that you can still take advantage of before(more…)
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