Field Trip Day 10 : The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art

Located in Santa Ana, California, the Bowers Museum houses an eclectic collection of ancient cultural artifacts of Pre Columbian, Pan Asian, Pacific Islands, and early California paintings. ┬áNamed after Charles Bowers, who was a land developer in the 1800s the Mission Revival styled building was opened in 1931 and originally devoted to the history of … Continue reading Field Trip Day 10 : The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art

Virtual State of Mind

In a techno-heavy society of computers, smartphones, iPads, wi-fi, 4G, where can one find room for humanity?


Now you are probably familiar with the whole KPOP scene, which in the last decade has blown the whole world and invaded almost every aspect of today's youth. I am Korean, but that doesn't mean I love all things related to my native country. I admit it: I hate KPOP. I've listened to some of … Continue reading IDOLL


Is the price of fame really worth the cost of your identity? Continuing the theme from the post about my distaste for K-Pop idols, take a good look at this picture. Can you see what Is wrong here? Let me tell you something I picked up about the behind the curtains of the KPOP scene. … Continue reading IDOLLS


Remember in the last post, about my rant that KPOP singers look so artificial? I recall this one Pink Floyd music video "another Brick in the Wall" there was a scene showing school kids in catatonic state being wheeled down the conveyer belt and dropped into the grinding machine below. This gave me the idea … Continue reading The IDOL MACHINE