Sunday, February 16, 2014

Legend of California Gold Rush

All the states in US have nicknames. New York is Empire State. New Jersey is Garden State. California is Golden State. Its nickname came from the California Gold Rush in the history of US. California Gold Rush started on January 24, 1848, when a carpenter and sawmill operator, James Wilson Marshall (October 8, 1810 - August 10, 1885) discovered gold in Sutter's Mill in California. This discovery triggered more than three hundred thousand people in and out of United States of America rushed to Northern California. It set the nickname of California to be Golden State. Because the number of miners came to California reached its peak period in 1849, all minors were called "Forty-Niners". Later it became the name of San Francisco Football team.

It is about three hours drive to visit the original area of California Gold Rush. One can use Interstate 580 East, Interstate 205 East, Interstate 5 North, Route 99, and Route 88 to reach Sutter Creek. Just right before driving into the mining area, visitor can get a rest in downtown of Sutter Creek. California Gold Rush created people's movement to the West Coast and formed a period of Wild West. The downtown of Sutter Creek keeps appearance of days of gunmen.

Fifteen minutes drive takes him to the entrance of Gold Mines. The Mine is now only for sightseeing purpose. They are not digging gold any more. There are no flashy signs or Las Vegas style neon signs. However, since it is original entrance, a visitor should respect it as the testimony of the history. The gate shows "Mine Tour", but the entrance is small and old. The visitor should be careful not to overlook the entrance to the parking, since there are no direction signs to which the driver can refer.

The tour provides visitors a tram tour to the deep area of the mine. The inside of mine is lighted, but some parts are dim to be almost dark. There are area brightly lighted and have wax dolls showing days minors were working. Entering into the cave, the first thing one will see is a bird in a cage. Now in the Mine Tour, the person and the bird are imitation of wax dolls. It shows that they kept a bird to know when gas is spreading in the mine. The poor bird is the one first die to let minors know there is a danger of gas.

Although minors inside are wax dolls, they exhibit real machine tools and hardware. Many of them look heavy and awkward. Inside of the gold mine looks complicated structure. A visitor finds a deep straight down-hole after long gentle down slope continues for a distance. It shows that they did not have a specific plan of digging. They dug in the way the gold vein guided miners.

A guide tells the authority is estimating still two hundred million ounce gold lies underground. Now the visitor must answer the last question of the tour guide if he hopes to be a minor.





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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Do You Like Crabs? San Francisco Restaurant Review

We took Friday off this weekend. It was a family celebration day. We wanted to have something notable, because it was 3-day-weekend. As any other weekends, we went to 24 hour fitness for exercise in the morning. We took a 2 classes of exercise in our fitness club, Boot Camp and Dance for 2 hours, sweat some. We came home from exercise, took shower, relaxed, then call the restaurant for reservation.

This restaurant is "Tanh Long", in Sunset, San Francisco. We have known this restaurant famous for Crabs. Since we both love crabs, we decided to go to this restaurant.

"Tanh Long" is the sister restaurant of a restaurant in downtown San Francisco, "Crustacean". "Crustacean" is high-class, business setting, and relatively expensive restaurant. My office colleagues took us to "Crustacean". The master chef of Crustacean told us about the sister restaurant "Tanh Long", which is more family oriented type restaurant with almost same menu as Crustacean.

Their recommendation is same as ours, which is "Garlic Roasted Whole Crab". They have a different style of crab cooking from what San Franciscans are familiar with. Crabs were simply boiled in seawater in Fisherman's Wharf restaurants. This restaurant roasts whole crab with lots of garlic and oils.

It is so different and tastes superb. That is why people keep coming despite it was highest priced item on the menu. The location of this restaurant is on the corner between Judah and 47th street, downtown San Francisco. Outside does not appear to be an excellent restaurant, but inside is elegant and clean. This was original restaurant of these 2 successful sister restaurants in San Francisco, opened by a Vietnamese Gentleman. My memory of dining in Vietnam does not tell me anything similar served in Vietnam. It may be Vietnamese food made in San Francisco. Benihana style BBQ is not exactly made in Japan, made in New York, instead.

"Roast Crab", "Tiger Prawn", and "Garlic Noodle" were our selection on that day. Eating this crab, or any crab, you cannot do anything other than keep eating until you finish the crab, since your hands and fingers will be full of oil, garlic, meats, and shells. You cannot even pick up silvers or wine glasses. We spend there for two and half hours. It was long dinner, with not so much conversation. We do not need much conversation for enjoying delicious foods. Japanese sales people suggest that you would select a crab restaurant if you need to dine with a difficult customer. Your difficult customer will be quiet during dinner, because he was busy eating the crab. How true it is!

"Thanh Long" restaurant is located on the corner of Judah and 47th Street. "Crustacean" location is Polk and California. You can search them in Internet by their names and location; "Thanh Long, San Francisco" and "Crestacean, San Francisco".




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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Have a Crab Lunch in Fisherman's Wharf

San Francisco is famous for seafood. Although it is not so easy to satisfy Japanese taste, which is not so easy to please on seafood, none of my Japanese friends has complained on seafood in Bay Area. Sushi is delicious, while Sashimi materials are always fresh. Some commented that seafood in San Francisco would have been better than those in Japan.

People love San Francisco. They love this city for several reasons. The city is truly romantic place. Variety of ethnicity is making city activities unusually colorful. New to Bay Area does not have to feel lonesome because he would find his ethnicity for sure here. There are several unique types of scenery in Bay Area including the world famous Golden Gate Bridge. Night view of the city is as impeachable as New York City.

Another reason to love San Francisco is its foods. As so much ethnicity is here, so as a variety of foods. It goes without saying about Chinese, there are so many others, such as Thai, Japanese, Micronesian, Italian, French... List goes on and on. They all are authentic and fantastic. Chinese food in Bay Area is superb. So is Japanese. Although my personal favor is New York Italian, Italian here is as delicious as New York or Chicago.

We cannot forget American Food. Hamburgers, Hot dogs, Pizza, and everything you want are available. Any seafood is delicious, but especially San Francisco style seafood is my recommendation. If you stay in a hotel, in Union Square, you could use Cable Car to go to Fisherman's Wharf. I have never seen this place is not crowded. It appears that there are visitors from the world here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

There are lots of out-door eating-stand style restaurants of Dungeness Crabs and Seafood's in Fisherman's Wharf. My suggestion is Salt Water Boiled Dungeness Crab and Clam Chowder Soup local Sour Dough. These are menu, which you cannot find anywhere else. You will love Clam Chowder Soup in Sour Dough Lunch set. This is our favorite. My wife is going to be terribly angry if I finish Clam Chowder Soup during she is just attacking her crab.

Again, Bay Area is extremely romantic place with lots of histories, scenery, natures, oceans, and mountains. This city is unique in ethnic delicacies, too. The city is the best place to enjoy Chinese foods. At the same time, Italian restaurants here are fabulous. Japanese Sushi is compatible with those in Tokyo or New York. Seafood, centered on Dungeness Crab, is of the best in the world.




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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Beijing Buffet

The variety of foods that can be enjoyed in San Francisco is remarkably broad: Italian, Middle Eastern, Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, Indonesian, and Vietnamese. However, I cannot list them all. Even compared to New York City, San Francisco's variety of food does not lose its excellence.

In addition, the cost for enjoying these fabulous foods is amazingly reasonable. I consider buffet-style restaurants to be the most cost-effective. About two years ago, we found an extremely good Asian cuisine buffet restaurant, the Beijing Buffet, close to the San Francisco Airport. I referred to several rating sites before writing this article, and the ratings varied from person to person. However, the general rating was average. My own experience at this restaurant has been good, and my wife and mother-in-law love it as well. Because my wife is a Chinese American who was born in China, her sense of taste for authentic Chinese foods is trustworthy.

My wife and I like this place because of the size of the buffet and the variety of foods offered. There are five large buffet tables that keep the food warm. Along the right wall of the square restaurant is the counter for sushi, sashimi, shrimp, crab, and fresh seafood. The other counter carries both warm and cold Asian and European deserts. At the end of the desert counter, there are ice cream self-dispensers that offer the following flavors: vanilla, chocolate, or a mixture of both.


Each buffet table has its own food categories:
1) warm vegetables and cold salads,
2) fish and seafood,
3) Chinese and American-style poultry,
4) fried rice, noodles, and rice soup, and
5) steamed, fried, or boiled pot stickers and Chinese-style meat buns.

Some restaurants offer a regular menu in addition to a buffet. Beijing Buffet does not have regular menu. However, a BBQ counter is a part of the buffet service offered by this restaurant. They have a buffet menu for both lunch and dinner. My wife is not very excited about BBQ, but I love it. It is like ordering an omelet to your taste during breakfast at a hotel. The buffet includes choices of beef, pork, chicken, shrimp, fish, vegetables, tomatoes, bean sprouts, and more. Although some buffet-style restaurants do not have lobsters or crabs at lunch, this place offers all types of foods for both lunch and dinner.

You also can ask the chef to make your dish spicier, sweeter, or saltier. Mr. Choi, who works in the BBQ section, became my friend because he thinks that I request more choices in my food than other people. If you like grilled fish or jumbo shrimp, you can ask to have it skewered. If you want to eat Chinese buns, which are called pao, Mr. Choi can grill them for you. He makes pao with only pork, pork and vegetable pao, and pao with only vegetables, or sweet pao.

Finally, you can order Chinese egg noodles grilled with your choice of meat, seafood, vegetables, or a combination of these options. You can also choose thick egg noodles, thin egg noodles, or rice noodles.





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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Importance of Being Determined

There are several factors to be happy in our lives and successful in business. Stability of mind is one of them. Sense of balance is another one. Strength of mind is essential factor as well. There are several movies even not serious ones, which talks about how mentality affects our lives and business. I watched Karate Kid several times. Not only because I practice Karate, but also because there are several elements that the movie can convey. Importance of Determination is one of them clearly shown in this movie in my opinion.

Going to details of the movie will be avoided other than related parts. The boy, Daniel, was sensitive type high school kid. Other strong and big guys looked down on him and punching, kicking, tossing him around. He did not like it. But he could not help accepting them because he knew that he could not fight against them. He visited Karate Dojo, but he could not join the school. He could not have enough courage.

It is not my main point of this article, many Karate masters who I know were like him when their school days. They did not like themselves being fooled by others due to the weakness, smallness, shortness, and they hated themselves to be coward. That is why they determined to practice Karate, train themselves, and being strong. Their motivation was first to effectively fight against those who fooled them. But later they change their purposes to defend themselves and family as Karate spirits gradually melt into their brain and spine.

Let us go back to the boy. One night, he was surrounded by these big guys and beaten up to the extent that he could be hospitalized. Master Miyagi appeared and defeated all big boys and saved the boy, Daniel. Mr. Miyagi is not big guy and he looked like just an ordinary old person. Daniel was impressed by Master Miyagi and asked him to teach Karate.

Mr. Miyagi was reluctant firstly. Karate is not for fighting back. It is only for defense. Finally Master Miyagi accepted his desire and told the boy that he will teach Daniel Karate. Here is the scene. Next morning Master Miyagi asks Daniel if he is ready. He answered, "Maybe". Master Miyagi told the boy it is wrong answer. He continues that he is safe if he walks on the right side of a road. He is safe If he walks left side of the road. But he will be soon or later run over by a car if he wonders around in the middle of the road (without deciding right or left). Master Miyagi further continues, "If you do not do Karate, you are safe. If you do Karate, OK. But if you do Karate, may be, it is like walking the middle of the road. Soon or later you will be run over and killed.

I was impressed by this lesson. Is there any thing we do not do with absolute determination in our lives? Is not it the reason why we do not succeed doing it?






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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Happy New Year!

Season's Greeting for my friends in the world from San Francisco, California, USA.

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Sunday, December 29, 2013

Self-Employed and Being Employed

When one stayed in the same environment, he got so much used to it that he took it granted. It would be okay if one kept staying in the environment. If, for any reason, one needed to get out of his long-stayed environment, he would get lost for various things. It is true in a working environment. If one were working in an office of relatively large organization, he would take it granted for some certain things, which his organization provided. He would lose supporting function. If he was in sales department, he had marketing, accounting, finance, delivery, and, in many cases, technical support from his company.

If he decided to go for his own business and resigned his organization, he is not quitting his company. He is quitting these supports, too. One gone independent sometimes found him to get lost, losing all supports he used to get. In his office, someone else planned, drew, and printed, and brought his own company brochures so that he could give them to his clients. Being independent, he needs to prepare a media, even not a brochure, which explains who he is and what he does. Somebody else used to take copies for him when he needed them. He needs to take his own copies after his independence. Papers! Who prepare papers for his copies? He needs to do it.

Facing a difficult client, he had office fiends, who he could discuss the situation. He now needs to consider and decide his action by himself. One needs to be careful on his mental situation in dealing with this change of environment. There are people who are depressed with these changes. Some may become even sick.

There was a real estate agent who went independent quite recently. He used to work in a good and wide office. He did not have to worry about who run his financial. He had support to do basics for him. His assistant took copies and stapled documents so that documents were ready for submitting to his clients.

He needed to take his own copies and stapled his documents for his clients. He could not invite his clients to her office, because his office was simply his garage room. He did not get depressed. He thought he should play smart. He tried to use resources of others as much as he could. There were several related people with his deals, such as banks, title companies, financial institutions, and agents from his counterpart, sometimes buyers' or sometimes sellers'. Oh, yes, he should not forget about his clients. His clients are prestigious people, since they are the ones who buy and sell properties. They had resources this independent real estate could use. He started to use PC in his client's home. He took his copies, using printers they had. He emailed documents and asked recipients to print. Gradually, this agent started to lose trust from his clients. These seem trivial things. However, human relationship could be harmed from small things. These are the ones, which people gone independent, should pay attention.


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Sunday, December 22, 2013

It's Christmas Once Again in San Francisco

Everybody would agree that San Francisco is a romantic place. Christmas is a romantic season. It would be why this city is harmonious with Christmas. San Francisco appears in several Christmas songs. Among Christmas songs of the city, the most popular and famous one is "Christmas in San Francisco". Several musicians sang this song. Many Blogs are writing about this song in different languages. They include English, Chinese, and Japanese.

It starts; "Christmas in San Francisco. What a lovely place to be! Seeing the hills being all lit up like a diamond Christmas tree." Looking up the hilltop on California Street from the lower side on Grant, Karney, or Montgomery, lighting illuminations of both sides of California Street are breath-taking.

The song continues; "Hearing children singing carols, people come from everywhere to sing along with the children standing all around Union Square." Though The Bay Area does not have snow in Christmas season around the year, it is common to see this kind of typical Christmas scenes. Friendly San Francisco residents like to join visitors to sing with children.

"Let's take a peek in Chinatown, eating lychee nuts and barbecued boar. What can you say about the Golden Gate that hasn't been said before." It sings San Francisco's favorite places for both visitors and residents. Chinatown is the perfect place to unwind with tea and dumpling. Golden Gate Bridge appears in its lyric as a spectacular marvel.



The song enters into its ending with the lyric; "Christmas in San Francisco. There is no place quite so dear. It's the closest thing to heaven. How I wish that you were here." San Francisco is a romantic place to stay in Christmas. If one were with your spouse, partner, lover, boyfriend, or girlfriend, the city would be cheerful, enjoyable, and colorful place. Even one were alone in the city, like this song, the city would be warm, kind, and sympathetic to your loneliness.

Visitors can enjoy Christmas in San Francisco no matter where they are visiting. There are several places that visitors do not want to miss. The one on the top of the list is "Union Square". In addition to the world-famous Christmas tree in the square, Macy's dresses up with Christmas illumination. Tiffany's, Newman Marcus, Levis, and shops decorate their windows with colorful and glittering lighting. Decorations in hotels are extraordinary. Hotels, such as Westin Saint Francis, Handlery Union Square, Villa Florence, Grand Hyatt, or Hilton, all of them compete each other on their unique decorations. Either visitors or residents enjoy Christmas in this city.

Remark of Song Lyrics: ewok1993.wordpress.com/2008/12/08/: My World 8: Christmas In San Francisco. Retrieved from http://ewok1993.wordpress.com/2008/12/08/my-world-8-christmas-in-san-francisco/




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Sunday, December 15, 2013

Christmas By the Bay

It is the holiday season again. There are things, which make people feel like the holiday season. Christmas decorations, people's greetings, Christmas cards, phone calls from a family member lives in far away city. The music is the one on the top of the list among others. Especially, the music sings on the local area one lives, it gives him melancholic mood.

It is remarkable that San Francisco has Christmas songs, which refer to the city. Here is one of them. The name of this song is "Christmas By the Bay".

The song begins with the first phrase; "The silver bells are ringing with each passing cable car. An Irish coffee greets us at the Buena Vista Bar." It is remarkable the song goes very local from the opening.

The first phrase continues; "The Golden Gate is glowing on this cool December night. And the cities highest towers shine like presents wrapped in light." The Union Square is famous for the Christmas tree and decoration. Embarcadero shopping center buildings and Hyatt hotel decorate entire buildings. The view over this part of the city is remarkable when one drives over the Bay Bridge.

The song goes on; "The city sparkles now as the carols start to play. It's Christmas by the bay. Candles glow, and our hearts are light in a most familiar way." The city decoration and atmosphere of this season turns up ones' hearts.

"Where the stores are decorated and a chill is in the air. We'll be holding hands together by the tree in Union Square." This is San Franciscan's favorite phrase. San Francisco gives romantic environment for everybody. No matter who one is, a visitor, or a resident. San Francisco is romantic for lovers as this song, visitors with family, children, or lonesome travelers.



"Oh, it's Christmas by the bay. A time to celebrate in the San Francisco way. It's Christmas by the bay. I'm with you in my favorite place on my favorite holiday." All San Francisco people agree that there is "the San Francisco way" to celebrate the holiday season. Union Square, Embarcadero, or Fisherman's Wharf decorations are part of the San Francisco way. This song has a happy ending since the singer is "with you" in celebrating his holiday in his favorite place.

Rhythm and Blues like music is excellent. The rhythms and melody-lines were perfect for calming one down from the party excitement after he returns home with his partner. This is the song one can enjoy listening with your partner or family members late night of the holiday season. This picturesque song gives you a feeling as if you are watching "Slide Show" of Christmas scenery in San Francisco.

The song is posted on YouTube. The video article has 16,241 views, 76 likes, and 34 comments or more. The readers can Google-search it with keywords "Christmas by the bay" to find the music with the San Francisco scenery in Christmas.

Remark of Song Lyrics: Lyrics, Song Lyrics and Music Community: Christmas By The Bay Lyrics - Tim Hockenberry. Retrieved from http://www.6lyrics.com/christmas_by_the_bay-lyrics-tim_hockenberry.aspx








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Sunday, December 8, 2013

San Francisco in Christmas Songs

Since everyone imagines the snow in Christmas, San Francisco weather in winter is nothing like Christmas. Despite it, San Francisco appears in popular Christmas songs. The most famous is "Christmas in San Francisco". Another one is "Christmas by the bay". The last one is "It's Christmas once again in San Francisco". Since the author does not know any Christmas songs for New York, Chicago, or Los Angeles, for example, the city must have some harmony with Christmas. Such harmony may be the romantic atmosphere this city has.

Among these Christmas songs, "It's Christmas once again in San Francisco" is the one makes people happy and smile.

It starts with rhythmical country and western-style music; "It's Christmas once again in San Francisco. There is not a snowflake to be found. There are no sleigh rides or snowmen like I see on a Christmas card." This phrase is short but concise in describing the Bay Area in Christmas. It is short but enough to get people's attention.



The song continues; "Oh but we got a lot of Christmas in our heart." This short music line makes San Francisco people strongly nod and whisper in their brain; "Yes, we do. Yes, we do."

Next phrase repeats the first phrase. Women chorus joins in the main vocalist and goes; "It's Christmas once again in San Francisco. There is not a snowflake to be found. There are no sleigh rides or snowmen like I see on a Christmas card." This time it sounds more cheerful with women vocals. They make such a difference.

Early part ends with the repeating of the Bay Area people's mind; "Oh but we got a lot of Christmas, we got a lot of Christmas, we got a lot of Christmas in our heart." This part is also mixed vocal chorus and sounds more colorful. It sounds almost like seeing snow glittering.

This is the song singing for the Bay Area people. Many houses in the Bay Area started to dress up for Christmas with colorful lighting illumination. On eucalyptus Avenue in San Calros, Bay Area, there are houses extensively illuminating their homes for Christmas. Some of the houses there bring in snows for children to play. Children in San Francisco Bay Area look forward to Santa Claus coming. Although San Francisco does not have a weather like Christmas in many other areas, they share the spirit of Christmas. They celebrate Christmas like others. All San Francisco is looking forward to it. They feel exactly the song goes, "Oh but we got a lot of Christmas in our heart."

Remark of Song Lyrics: Christmas Once Again in San Francisco by Barry DeVorzon: Dictated from his CD.





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