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Welcome 2016

Happy new year, everyone! I climbed Mt. Woodson with my oldest daughter to see the first sunrise of the year! I really enjoyed it in spite of my lower body pain I’m having as I write this. My daughter almost didn’t have courage to jump to Potato Chip rock from … Continue reading

Renegade Craft Fair in DTLA

Renegade Craft Fair this past weekend in Downtown L.A. was a huge success for me. Thank you everyone who purchased items from me and also who stopped by my booth to say hi! I really enjoyed meeting and talking to everyone. Some customers from July stopped by and told me … Continue reading

Article for “Dopa!”

I wrote another article for a Japanese magazine, “Dopa!”. This time I visited and interviewed Bill, the owner of a unique garden center, City Farmers Nursery, in San Diego. He eventually wants to make this place not just a garden center, but also a destination. In my opinion, it’s already … Continue reading

Handmade: Maker’s Market

Join me and 30+ makers The Ecology Center ‘s Handmade: Maker’s Market on November 14th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm in celebration of well-crafted goods and the people who make them. I will be bringing bowls, bottle stoppers, decorative items, and etc.! The festival is free and open to … Continue reading

Japanese Magazine, “Dopa!”

Here’s another column I wrote for the Japanese magazine called “Dopa!” I mentioned about the first one here. For this one, I interviewed my favorite woodworker, Kylle Sebree.

Renegade Craft Fair in LA

I had my first craft fair almost two weeks ago. I didn’t know what to expect, but at the end, I think I prepared pretty good. And it was so much fun! Definitely something I want to do again soon! The above picture is a collection of Natural-Edge Olive Bowls … Continue reading

Japanese Magazine, Dopa!

I’m writing Woodworking/DIY related columns for a Japanese magazine called “Dopa!” for one year starting this month. In this issue, I’m talking about the college I’ve learned Woodworking. My parents used to subscribe educational magazines from the same publisher for me and my sister when we were in elementary school. … Continue reading

Vintage Flower Art Stamps

I went post office to mail some of my wooden items to customers earlier this week and noticed these limited-edition vintage flower stamps. A clerk told me they were for Valentine’s day, which was two weeks ago, but I still bought them. They are so pretty for mailing everything. I … Continue reading

Sunset at San Jacinto Peak in Idyllwild

One of my teachers at Woodworking department in Palomar College sent me this photo. He took it on the way back from San Jacinto Peak. It’s so beautiful that I want to start training myself so I can hike up there one day and see this with my own eyes.