How Authentic Is Mongolian Grill? If you are not aware of what Mongolian Grill is, in short, it’s a big round cooking “pan” where 3 or more chefs grill your food right on the spot as you watch. However, I am sure you are well aware of that and have probably been to Mongolian grill restaurants such as BDs. But, how authentic are they really? Short answer is, not that…

The Alchemist is by far one of my most favourite books. You can find many important life lessons that you can apply to your own life. The book itself is a story of a young shepherd named Santiago seeking his own personal legend, in other words, his purpose in life. While on his journey he is faced with overbearing obstacles and challenges hidden with a deeper meaning. Here are the…

GROWING UP & NOSTALGIA It’s a few hours before my flight back home after a month or so of backpacking around the United States. It has been one of the most fulfilling and life enriching experience I have ever had. What started out as a little dabble with adventure turned out to be a life changing experience. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and learning different perspectives from millionaires, broke…

The Morin Khuur or the horse fiddle, is the national instrument of Mongolia. Although it’s not widely used in Modern Mongolian Music you will find them mainly used in country and traditional style of Mongolian music. There are 2 versions of the Morin Khuur. One is for decoration and the other is for actual playing. Decorative morin khuurs don’t go through the same inspection and construction procedure, as it’s meant…

https://youtu.be/2Wt_J0Zr0oA It’s painful to be exposed to the injustice and the suffering that exists in this world. As of November 12-13th, 2015, a group of individuals made the choice to take away other people’s lives and rob the hearts of many who held the victims dear in their souls. I don’t know if the actual event itself is scary or the fact that hatred still exists in something that was supposed…

What is Karma? You don’t have to be a religious or spiritual person to understand the concept of Karma. The principle goes, the more good you do, good shall follow or the more bad you do, bad shall follow. It’s a philosophy that dates back thousands of years into Buddhism, but every major religion has it’s own version of Karma. Although it sounds pretty straightforward and a principle you can…