Hello, I'm Vivien!

A HUGE welcome for y'all to my blog! 

It has been over 6 years since I started blogging as a beauty blogger and probably an additional 4 years plus blogging privately.

Throughout the years, my blog has undergone several transformation, from writing style to the things I write about and so forth. I even attempted vlogging but my work _which is my priority _ and my personal lifestyle did not give room for recording, editing and publishing videos.

Today, writing is still a passion I would not give up.

This blog's transformation over the years

I started blogging privately under a blog call "Kaichousama", it was a title I held back in university when I established the Japanese Society. You have probably heard me mentioning about it before and after I have graduated, I still returned to university to support the Bunkasai Festival. 

Then 2016 was a transformative year as I decided to give my blog a makeover. For one, I decided blogging as "Kaichousama" was no longer my identity, I left uni for years and despite still supporting the club I founded, I needed to 'move on'. I migrated my blog to Blogger platform and call this blog "VoguelyVivien", which you have come to know today. In December 2016, I decided I am confident this is my new identity and got myself a domain plus total makeover and now you know my blog as www.VoguelyVivien.com which I am super proud of!

What I write about today

These days I write about my recent going-ons in my life _ from places I have traveled to both overseas and locally, the restaurants or cafes I hung out at, my current obsessions, and I occasionally do beauty products review and how tos blog posts.

2018’s writing focus is mostly about my travels _  I have so many places I want to go and so things I want to do! _   and me working towards becoming a minimalist. 

I LOVE Japan the most!

Japan is my favorite country in the world!! Always been! I wrote about my first visit in Japan (Nagoya & Tokyo) back in the summer of 2014 and there isn't a day go by where I stop thinking about going back and visit Japan. Maybe I will, soon! *Crossing my fingers*

I live in Kuala Lumpur, so Japanese culture are commonly celebrated here. Read about the annual Bon Odori celebrations we have here _ they are usually held in Penang, Shah Alam, Kuala Lumpur and Johor! Aside from that, there is also my uni’s Bunkasai event mentioned earlier, lots other Japanese culture events and great Japanese food in Malaysia!


And you guys made it all the more worth it! So, THANK YOU!

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