Monica Han is a Korean-Canadian pianist, currently pursuing her doctoral degree at the University of Montreal. Her passion and empathy for animals have led her to become vegan four years ago, and she has actively been an advocate for farm and wild animals. She loves to explore vegan food and supports vegan restaurants around the world, by writing them on her blog and her facebook page. She frequently joins the crowd of animal activists for protesting against the fur industry across North America.
Hello! 🙂 Welcome to my blog entry, hope you find it helpful! Feel free to comment and share your thoughts! This is already my third time visiting Seoul since I started writing on vegantravel. I must say, this entry will interest […]
My First Trip to Bangkok, Thailand Recently, I had a beautiful opportunity to travel to the capital of Thailand, Bangkok, which is well-known for its elephant sanctuaries. Unfortunately, this was not exactly a vacation – but rather an important […]
If you enjoyed reading my Winter Chapter of Vegan in Montreal, you might want to read this one too! Once again, I have a list of many non-vegetarian, vegetarian, and vegan places that you can enjoy while you explore this […]
*Updated Version* Many vegan restaurants in Montreal have been re-located, and I am sad to say that a few places I had mentioned in my previous entries are no longer existing. I thought it would be a good idea to […]
~My First Visit to Toronto~ After visiting Toronto this October for the first time, I decided that it makes the top 5 of my favourite vegan cities. There were so many vegan eateries all over downtown that I just didn’t know […]
“Vegan in Montreal – Oriental Flavour“ is the second part of my Montreal series! (For more vegan restaurants, check out the Winter Chapter.) In this post, you will find a list of Asian restaurants, including Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese-Japanese […]
Daegwallyoung Sheep Farm I had the opportunity to visit a sheep farm near Pyeongchang – where the Olympics will be held in 2018 – which is a lovely town in the east side of South Korea. I usually don’t visit […]
Vegan and Music, in Seoul. Until now, all my posts have been about vegan restaurants and food, but in this entry, I wanted to include some reviews of music performances that I saw in Korea. Hopefully, you could make your […]
<3rd Vegan Fest in Seoul!> On May 21st, I finally experienced my very first vegan festival. I had only heard about how great they were, so I had been waiting forever for this day. That morning, I put on my […]
Québec City is the capital of the Province of Québec, and I can assure you that it is one of the most charming places to visit in Canada. People are extremely polite and generous, and the scenery is exquisite. Of […]
Salut, tout le monde! For my third blog, I wanted to put together a nice list of vegan places that you can visit in Montreal. I have actually lived here for two years now, but I happen to discover a […]
An-nyoung ha seyo! My 10-day trip to Seoul in January actually turned out to be much better than I had imagined (vegan-wise). In December, my parents suddenly suggested that we go to Seoul to visit our relatives for the New […]
Bonjour! I am so delighted to start my very first blog on VeganTravel, and I thank all of you for being interested and taking the time to read my blog! Most of the time, the purpose of my travel is […]
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