Nami is a 24-year-old med student; Vietnamese-born, California-raised. Currently Philly-based, chasin' the dream...

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How Being a Doctor Became the Most Miserable Profession

Really important article.

Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.

Marie Curie (via misswallflower) —

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I always tip too much or not enough. :( I think I feel substantially worse when it’s “not enough” though….

"This is where I grew up." The look she gives Don at the end; that look of understanding coupled with anger, compassion and suspicion; almost had us bursting into tears, it was that effective. She may never forgive him for what he did, but there’s some small part of her that understands him better. But will she run away from it like so many do when they glimpse the truth of Don? | Tom & Lorenzo Mad Men: In Care Of

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vicemag:

Fresh Off The Boat - Bay Area, Part 2
Eddie heads to San Francisco’s Mission District with the girls who run the pop-up street-dining operation Rice Paper Scissors. Their Vietnamese food is some of city’s best and brings buddies together to cook and hang out wherever they find space. The RPS girls show Eddie their go-to food spots before grilling up octopus, drinking rice wine, and talking about food as culture’s gateway drug.
Watch the episode

This is stupid. Hipsters playing dress up with Viet culture. You wanna know what the real Viet street food selling life is like…..go to Vietnam, wake up at 3:30AM to go to the market and work for 12 hours to make maybe 15-20 bucks a DAY if you’re lucky. Don’t push a bowl of Americanized bun bo hue for $13 (THIRTEEN dollars) a couple times a month cause you didn’t want a “real job” out of college and think you’re about that Viet blood.
Also, come back when you learn how to say squid in Vietnamese.
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vicemag:

Fresh Off The Boat - Bay Area, Part 2

Eddie heads to San Francisco’s Mission District with the girls who run the pop-up street-dining operation Rice Paper Scissors. Their Vietnamese food is some of city’s best and brings buddies together to cook and hang out wherever they find space. The RPS girls show Eddie their go-to food spots before grilling up octopus, drinking rice wine, and talking about food as culture’s gateway drug.

This is stupid. Hipsters playing dress up with Viet culture. You wanna know what the real Viet street food selling life is like…..go to Vietnam, wake up at 3:30AM to go to the market and work for 12 hours to make maybe 15-20 bucks a DAY if you’re lucky. Don’t push a bowl of Americanized bun bo hue for $13 (THIRTEEN dollars) a couple times a month cause you didn’t want a “real job” out of college and think you’re about that Viet blood.

Also, come back when you learn how to say squid in Vietnamese.

gnarlyteeth:

I went through a stroll in Cole Valley today
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gnarlyteeth:

I went through a stroll in Cole Valley today


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Summer in Cinque Terre | Italy (by Dear Leila | On Tumblr)