Why “Some Good News with John Krasinki” is the Internet’s Silver Lining in Quarantine

Why “Some Good News with John Krasinki” is the Internet’s Silver Lining in Quarantine By QUYNH (STEPHANIE) BUI | May 20, 2020 Cover photo courtesy of  “Some Good News” via NewscastStudio  The Internet has submerged itself into a plethora of entertainment options, and for good reasons. From the disturbing docuseries Tiger King to its polar opposite, the anthropomorphic […]

A Love Letter to Saigon

Culture Trip Edition A Love Letter to Saigon By QUYNH (STEPHANIE) BUI | April 25th, 2020  Photo by Peter Nguyen on Unsplash Have you ever been to a city that you do not necessarily miss, but its name nevertheless evokes emotions in you? That’s how I feel about Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), my hometown and an […]

The Perks of Learning Dutch

The Perks of Learning Dutch By Stephanie Bui – April 14th, 2020 Cover photo: Photo by Margot Polinder on Unsplash The Netherlands is a multicultural country that embraces a multitude of different cultures and ethnicities. Therefore, one normally does not feel the urge to learn the native language and instead stays in their comfort zone with […]

A First-Timer’s Guide to Nepalese Cuisine in Amsterdam

A First-Timer’s Guide to Nepalese Cuisine in Amsterdam By QUYNH (STEPHANIE) BUI | April 5, 2020 Cover photo by Quynh (Stephanie) Bui / The Amsterdammer As a local foodie, I have sufficiently acquainted myself with a variety of Amsterdam’s best East Asian eateries. However, I have yet to explore the abundance of South Asian cuisines which, sometimes […]

Why Bong Joon-ho’s “Parasite” American TV series is not the best idea

Why Bong Joon-ho’s “Parasite”American TV series is not the best idea By QUYNH (STEPHANIE) BUI | March 7, 2020 Cover photo by Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images on Insider Following his groundbreaking victory at the Oscars this year, Bong Joon-ho, the director of the first non-English Best Picture winner “Parasite”, announced his plan to release a limited series […]