Hey there! My name is Choi and this is my life diary.
I started this blog back in 2012 where initially I didn’t have a theme. If you go back to my earlier posts you will see that it’s a bunch of nonsense, though I still tend to write a lot of nonsense. In the same year (2012) I made the move to Hong Kong where I got to travel and eat all sorts of delicious (and shitty) food. That’s when I said “Yo! let’s write about this shit”.
Nowadays I am living in Toronto and therefore am transforming this blog into the next phase – my settling down life phase. So eventually you will see less travel posts, and probably more day to say random shenanigans (probably mostly around food though). I will still travel, but with less intensity compared to before.
Okay. so why name this site eat some choi? Choi is vegetables in Chinese, and Life Boss always tells me to eat more vegetables. And because Life Boss owns and directs everything in my life, it’s only right to name this site eatsomechoi.com.
A little bit about myself:
My first passion is traveling and eating (duh). However writing has always been a hobby of mine. My love for writing stems all the way back to grade school. At an early age I’ve already developed a passion to write down my thoughts, to tell stories, to strike an emotional cord with readers through words. In an age where youtube videos dominate the internet, I find that the art of writing is slowly disappearing, at least that’s my opinion.
Therefore, I have two main objectives for this blog:
- Document my travels and meals because my memory is shit
- Allow guest bloggers to regularly write on this platform
So yes, if you want to guest blog about your travel, meal or any other random thing then shoot me an email (see below for contact form). I really want to get people with writing and sharing their perspective of the world.
To wrap it up, my name is Choi. I write unprofessionally about my meals and travels. I like my life to be simple. I try to keep it that way.
“If you’re afraid to fail, then you’re probably going to fail.” – Kobe Bryant