Wuzhi Lu's Profile
Wuzhi is a host and writer for DiscoverAmerica.com. Born and raised in China, he has worked as a reporter, producer, director, writer and videographer and traveled to almost 20 countries in Asia, Europe and South America. After seeing the world, Wuzhi especially enjoys traveling in the states where you won’t run out of things to do in a lifetime.
Arlington, Virginia: Destination of its Own Near Washington D.C.
This was not the first visit I’ve made to Arlington, Virginia. Located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., the city is full of historic attractions, great shopping and dining options and buzzes with an energetic, urban vibe.
Buffalo, New York: Museums, Dining and Niagara Falls
Buffalo, New York is full of fascinating American history and culture. The city is also brimming with fine dining, shopping and entertainment options, as well as a revitalized waterfront. Located near Niagara Falls, it’s perfectly situated as a home base during your visit to the area.
Dallas, Texas: Culture, Museums and Shopping
Dallas, Texas is big and beautiful! It was not the first time I had visited Dallas, but this city gives me a fresh impression every time. Dallas is a big city, but it provides very easy access to shopping, dining and the great outdoors. You can hop on the McKinney Avenue Trolley or the D-Link shuttle and get around to the city’s most popular attractions. The best part? It’s free!
Fort Worth, Texas: Art, Culture and Western History
I put my boots on and head to the City of Cowboys and Culture – Fort Worth, Texas! Based on my research, there are three main entertainment districts in Fort Worth I would like to explore: Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Cultural District and the Stockyards National Historic District. My tour starts at the best place to get to know the city, right in the heart of downtown, before I check out Fort Worth’s incredible museum district and uncover its iconic Western culture.
New York City’s Flushing and Shopping at Macy’s
New York City has long been a welcoming destination for visitors from all around the world. Nearly every culture is represented in the city in its visitors and boroughs, and everywhere you go, you will hear multiple languages spoken. On my recent trip to the big city, I visited all of the fantastic city landmarks and the vibrant ethnic community of Flushing, Queens, which has seen a large-scale migration from China. Here, I enjoyed the legendary shopping at Macy’s, authentic Asian cuisine and a visit to some of the neighborhood’s interesting landmarks.
New York City: Empire State Building, Times Square and Macy's
New York City is a cosmopolitan city, attracting people from all over the world. Everything about this place is iconic – from its skyline to its stores to the dizzying lights of Times Square. If you’ve never been, you may feel overwhelmed at all of the “must-sees” in the big city. No matter what your itinerary consists of, there are three quintessentially New York City places to visit: Macy’s Herald Square, the Empire State Building and Times Square.