Besides writing articles for my blog and enjoying different foodspots I have also written article for other blogs and websites. Here you can read about my recent activities:
Inside Rotterdam is a online and offline magazine that has been produced for people wanting to explore this city on the Maas river. They want to draw your attention to Rotterdam’s coolest places and top things to see and do. It is a guide to find the best cafés, restaurants, museums, shops, events, and so much more.
For the section ‘Meet the Locals’ I was interviewed to give an impression of the foodspots and other spots I would recommend. Read it here below:
Mevr. Yan is the name of the foodblog from Wendy Yip, a Dutch-born Chinese with roots from Hong Kong. On her blog she shares recipes and tips from the (authentic) Asian cuisine. In this way she also wants to let everyone get to know the Asian foodculture. Her blog is in Dutch.
One of the things she does on her blog is compare the taste of different brands from a certain foodproduct and give a judgement about it on her blog. I helped out with testing the different brands of vermicelli. Read more…
Together with Wendy I went to Paris. One of the foodspots we really had to visit was Pho 14.Read more…
IndoRotterdammert is a food and travel blog by Helena. She has Indonesian roots and lives and is born in Rotterdam. She mainly writes about the food and culture of countries in Europe and Asia, with Rotterdam as her main base. Her blog is in Dutch.
Helena is already blogging for more than a year and wanted to tell share her succes moments on her blog. She also asked other bloggers, like me, to share their succes moments about their blogs. You can read more about that over here.
Together with Helena we organised a meetup with other instafoodies. We went to Round&Round Rotterdam to try out their all matcha high tea. You can read more about that over here.
Marushi Lifestyle is a beauty, fashion and lifestyle blog from the Dutch blogger Marsha. She also writes about her personal experiences, travelling and hotspots.
Marsha is one of the bloggers who attended the Matcha High Tea I helped organise. Here you can read more about her experience.
Only Good Things is a website from three International Business Administration students from the Netherlands. With their Asian background and entwined with large Western influence, they like to explore remote and popular cities in Asia, taste different kinds of cuisine and documenting the good stories along our ongoing journey.
The spiciest and cutest city of China (1/2) by Liyen
For Only Good Things I wrote a guest blog about my experience in Chengdu, the capital of the Sichuan’s province. One of the main attraction is the giant panda, one of China’s national treasures. Read more…
The Smart Page is an online platform for ambitious women dedicated to career, creatives and lifestyle.They offer inspirational interviews with successful female powerhouses, showcase the captivating works of amazing & upcoming artists and write about the various interests of the smart and savvy women.
I was editor for The Smart Page and wrote about my passion for food. See the facebookpage for an impression.