Ittoryu Gozu, a.k.a. “Gozu”– the newest wagyu emporium in San Francisco, perched at 201 Spear Street – aims to be a cut above the rest, albeit an “off” one. At an initial glance, Gozu appears to be an unpretentious, somewhat tucked in hole-in-the-wall; an odd misfit in the South of Market neighborhood it hails its […]
As humans, when we try to repair things, we aim to do it in a way that makes it look as perfect as possible, as if it had never been broken before. Kintsugi does the complete opposite. It’s a Japanese art form that draws even more attention to the flaws but highlights them in the […]
It may seem clutch to be an Asian girl and date Americans, mostly white Americans, in the States. The phrase “yellow fever” aggressively hints at this preference. It’s a cliche. Asians, well, Asian girls—are the most desired and fetishized ethnicity amongst straight caucasian American men. Interestingly enough, it seems like even traditionally conservative Americans go […]
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