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Some of you may or may not have noticed that this past week or so I’ve been in America. It’s pretty crazy that I didn’t warn anyone in advance, but honestly, it was a surprise trip even for myself. I wanted a fun way to end my summer and Disneyland sounded perfect.

The first clue anyone got of my surprise location was the tweet I made about a Shing02 concert. It was a wonderful, free music event in the heart of LA. Of course, most of the world was focused on the Mayweather vs McGregor fight which was happening in Vegas at the same time. For me, however, I prefer the relaxing sounds of chill-hop over boxing fights.

The second clue posted on the same night was about tater tots, not tato tots as I keep calling them. For anyone who’s followed my previous trips to America, you will know that I’m a big fan of these mini hash browns. Yes, that’s exactly what they are! Tiny hash browns in bite sized pieces. I’m sure you can buy these outside of the United States, but I’ve never done so.

Working with Amped Asia

Backstage at an @ampedasia shoot with @jennysakuraa follow them to see the photos soon because they are 🔥🔥🔥

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So happy to meet @jennysakuraa today, go follow her everyone!! #asiancuties

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By Sunday I hope that everyone had an inkling I was no longer in Europe. I spent the day working with Amped Asia. If you guys haven’t seen their stuff yet, then you should try to do so soon. I’ll be featuring on their alternative cover for September! Yes, that’s right, you’ll be able to buy a physical magazine with my face on the cover. The perfect Christmas present option for you friends too…

It was also very wonderful getting to meet Jenny Sakura, a very cute Vietnamese model living in LA. You can follow her on Instagram.

I did a photoshoot with Amped Asia back in April. This was my second time working with them, and it was just as fun as the first time. A really great media team. You’ll be able to read my full follow-up interview with them soon.

Thanks to @augusteyn and @ampedasia for just being the coolest people to work with ❤️ 😭✌️

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Food and Disneyland

If there are two things that are great about America it’s the crazy food options and also Disneyland. Disneyland I have never visited before, and I tried to eat things that I didn’t get a chance.

I’ve never been to Disneyland, but it was just about as magical as everyone told me it would be. I got completely drenched as Splash Mountain, to the point that even the staff told me they had never seen anyone get so wet. The downside is my entire bag got filled with water. RIP my ice cream purse, you served me so well. Also, my camera was in that bag so I lost a lot of the photos I took of this trip as well as the video footage I took for this week’s vlog. On that count, this week’s vlog will be a week delayed. Sorry!


I think my sister and I watched Dumbo more than any other Disney film when we were growing up! #Disneylandadventures

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  • no wonder we had a heat wave in LA, every time to come for a visit there is always weird weather patterns. From rain downpours in Hollywood to heat waves in cold season to now a week of over 100 heat. It’s no wonder you needed Splash Mountain (though my pool was always open to you (my old connections have since left Playboy so no more grotto hookup), I hope you bought a souvenir action photo at the end that they take on your way down. Next time you’ll get Star Wars land and I think Universal (which has Jurassic Park water ride) is doing Nintendo to compete for LA theme park visitors.

  • chiinato

    You were so close at Disney like I can walk to the park from my house ToT)/ would have loved to take a picture and and get you a dole whip