It’s that time of the year again when corporate America blows holidays out of proportions, and have us single boys and ladies feeling overwhelmed. So instead of making a gift guide, I’m simply telling you: yes, go buy yourself a flower, because you deserve it (or maybe a bouquet if you’re feeling extravagant). Valentine’s day doesn’t require you to be blessed by naked cherubs for you to give your inner-self recognition. And of course that commitment shouldn’t fade with the withering flowers, but instead should propel you beyond all February 14ths you’ll ever encounter.

-Matt Chu

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I’ve embarked on a teddy bear journey, documenting as many ways possible to make it a fashionable element. After all, the teddy is an iconic toy that evokes all sorts of cuddly and warm feelings, so why not still make it relevant as full-grown adults? My simple progression was as follows: View Post

Ever since Chanel released the Boy Bag, it got me thinking: “Oh Boy, why isn’t there more Chanel made for men?” After all, if there’s one thing a woman would save during a fire, it’d be the special purse she collected- forget the loved ones and special someone (OK, kind of an exaggeration here). So why not make that a cult amongst men too? Here’s to breaking stereotypes and indeed making the Boy Bag for Boys.   View Post

 Midst freezing winters, there’s nothing like an escape to somewhere warm- somewhere you could wear those forgotten sandals. Okinawa, just an hour flight away from Taiwan, offers a peek into Japan while still having the luxury of  beaches. And of course they’re all pristine, thanks to the Japanese perfectionist mentality. While my trip was quick, there is plenty to see (like the Aquarium and the Shuri Castle- two must visits) for those who feel restless on the beach. So whoever said vacation is a state of the mind, seriously needs to take a short trip to the paradise.

-Matt Chu View Post

As you can see, I’m already onto the typical new year resolution of working out before the party even started (and so should you). And yet falling short of those goals is typical too. So how can you make sure that 2017 is the year you become the best version of yourself? Simply follow these steps (with a gym metaphor): View Post