Poetry: A Dragon’s Story

Growing up was tough. I never knew my own parents. Hacking through the shell of my egg, I finally saw a crack of light… What was awaiting for me? Who was outside? Where was I? For next few months, My siblings scurried around me As we crawled around And huddled under the warm glow. When… Continue reading Poetry: A Dragon’s Story

Wagyu Beef Meal In Kobe

One of the most famous agricultural products of Kobe, Japan was the Kobe beef. So my travel buddies were determined to try this delicacy. “Kobe beef (神戸ビーフ) is Wagyu beef from the Tajima strain of Japanese Black cattle, raised in Japan‘s Hyōgo Prefecture according to rules set out by the Kobe Beef Marketing and Distribution Promotion Association.[1] The meat is a delicacy, valued for its flavor, tenderness,… Continue reading Wagyu Beef Meal In Kobe

Product Review: Herbaland Immune Plus

The autumn and back to school is here! One of biggest concern that I have as parent each year is that I tend to catch a cold during this time. It’s nice to find a product that has both elderberry and echinacea in it. Plus, it’s a fun way for us, adults, to take our… Continue reading Product Review: Herbaland Immune Plus

Liebster Award Nomination By Beautyofcafe205

Thank you Beautyofcafe205 for this nomination! It’s so wonderful that we, bloggers, are supporting each other through these tough times. Questions From Beautyofcafe205 1.What is that ONE dish that you can eat regularly and won’t get enough of it? Sushi 2. Are you from the country you currently are living in? Yes 3. This year has been… Continue reading Liebster Award Nomination By Beautyofcafe205

Art Inspiration: Pokemon Drawings During Quarantine

I grew up watching Pokemon cartoons on television. It was exhilarating to see the main characters developing friendships and conquering fears. “Pokémon, also known as Pocket Monsters in Japan. The franchise was created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995, and is centered on fictional creatures called “Pokémon”, which humans, known as Pokémon Trainers, catch and train to battle each other… Continue reading Art Inspiration: Pokemon Drawings During Quarantine

Royal Caribbean Cruise To Bermuda circa 2013

In 2013, we booked a short cruise to Bermuda for my birthday. The cruise ship that I boarded on was the Explorer Of The Seas by Royal Caribbean Cruises. On-board Entertainment This ship had an ice rink where we could do some free skating and watch shows on rice! There was a rollerblading area on… Continue reading Royal Caribbean Cruise To Bermuda circa 2013

My First Memories Of New York

It was 2013 and I was going to take a cruise to Bermuda. So, we decided to take a side trip to New York City to visit a friend. Unfortunately, I was not in possession of a decent Smartphone back then….. The Met The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City, is the largest art museum in… Continue reading My First Memories Of New York

Netflix Movie: #ALIVE

Alone in his apartment, this gamer was completely immersed in his online game. His mother only left him a note to remind him to buy more groceries. Like a stereotypical young man, he ignored this note and continued gaming….. Until he turned on the television and heard the screams outside….. Themes 1) technology: We, humans,… Continue reading Netflix Movie: #ALIVE

My Dad’s Birthday Dinner During The Covid Year

It’s my Dad’s birthday! Normally, we would go out for a nice dinner at a local restaurant. Not this year, thanks to COVID-19….. As I discussed with my Mom about the choices of cuisine he would like, she mentioned that he hadn’t gone out for chinese food for a long time. He missed dim sum….… Continue reading My Dad’s Birthday Dinner During The Covid Year

Workshop Review: How To Deal With Asian Parents

Being a child of immigrant parents, I grew up with the stereotypical scenarios of Asian parents. Many of us had this ongoing internal joke about how our families were constantly patronizing and criticizing our every move or decisions. Sadly, most of us never said anything. Instead, we would just be quiet and avoid or reduce… Continue reading Workshop Review: How To Deal With Asian Parents