The topic of ‘food’ took center stage at WGBH – Boston’s public television station – headquarters on May 3 in celebration of Asian American Heritage Month, as the station hosted local food experts to talk about the Chinese take-out restaurant culture, as well as personal food stories. Continue reading
The first Thanksgiving in the United States was celebrated in 1863 by presidential proclamation. My first Thanksgiving was celebrated with my friend Cassi and her family in Phoenix. Continue reading
In 30 years, a baby will grow into an independent man.
In 30 years, a tiny border town of 30,000 people, neighboring Hong Kong, has grown into a modern metropolis that can boasts of a population of 10 million residents. The development of Shenzhen is the epitome of China when it comes to reform and modernization.
But, can Shenzhen be the “Chinese Silicon Valley” after the development of 30 years? Continue reading
Are you a supporter of “long- distance” love? Do you think “All shall be well, and Jack shall have Jill,” even if the couple lives in different countries? Continue reading