A film about coffee

A film about coffeeLove it! I wish more people have the chance to watch this film, so they can understand the hardship and commitment that farmers have to go through to produce good quality coffee. Baristas and coffee shop owners, their passion and dedication were not said explicitly, but can seen throughout the film. Watching the film in Castro Theatre with a full house of coffee lovers was added bonus. The experience was amazing: everyone laughed and cheered together about Coffee, while some say it’s only a daily dose. People say this only happens in Sf, I believe there are more likeminded people out there. Screen this in your city, write to them and make it happen!



Last Weekend possibly?

Foggy SF

This past weekend was eventful.

Our good friend, Roy, cooked us a nice meal. Over wine and mussels we babbled till past midnight. Feeling full (*burp) and pampered, we walked the quiet streets of sf, we experienced the coldest winter described by Mark Twain with chilling winds pushing against us every step of the way. Truly is a local delicacy! 


We spend Saturday strolling along Filmore for Filmore Jazz Fest. Listened and wiggled to Kim Nalley as she mesmerize the crowd with her voice. The crowded streets and packed stalls of vendors successfully disguised Filmore for Jazz. Its a good revisit of the event since my very first visit to SF.

Filmore Jazz Fest

Never thought spending an hour or so at the park with a 3 year old can be so rewarding. We all realized that we are too old to chase/ run/ hop/ dance/ sing/ slide/ swing with her continuously over 5 minutes. But it was fun watching her piling up the wood chips, drawing large strokes, as if she was conducting her masterpiece, I can’t help to wonder what she is trying to express? In between playtime, catching up with close friends about parenthood and marriage life. Questions remained unanswered are why our men behave like Sheldon? hmm..

The park

To wrap up the weekend, we had a nice car ride to Sutro Tower and Twin Peaks to experience the fog, an SF signature! The trip ended with a visit to Sausalito – beautiful, clean and neat. We were lucky that we got seats, wine and dessert at Cafe Divino while being impressed by a live performance from Stafford and Sturdevant. Can’t have too much Jazz?! xp

Foggy SF

hopefully it won’t be our last weekend here 🙂

GG Bridge from afar






Studio Crawl – SF DESIGN WEEK

I went to 2 offices today – Pivotal Labs and Adaptive Path.  It was a great opportunity to meet some of the specialist from the Design/ Tech industry.  The more I visit those offices, the more I envy those who work there 🙂Image

It is important to know your coffee 🙂ImageImage

Mingle mingle Image

Adaptive Path.. great office location by the pier, friendly staff and an awesome office!Image


An actual kitchen!