My new dishwasher makes me want to take back everything I’ve ever said about those darned machines.
When I first heard about former Time magazine reporter Lisa Takeuchi Cullen’s new novel, Pastors’ Wives, my first reaction was, “Ooh, I can’t wait to read that.” My second reaction was, “I wonder how bad it’s going to make Christians look?” Well, after finishing Pastors’ Wives, I can say the novel is unsparing but not […]
Middle grade readers will love Grace Lin’s chapter books The Year of the Dog and The Year of the Rat, focusing on Chinese New Year and being an Asian American kid.
Check out the Let’s Go Guang! Mandarin language program, get tips from the program’s founders, and take advantage of a special discount for HapaMama readers.
How did the animals of the Chinese zodiac come to be? And why isn’t there a Year of the Cat? The backstory explained, in this picture book for kids.
Why do so many Asian Americans get admitted into elite universities? Well, if Jean Kwok’s debut novel “Girl in Translation” is any indication, a micro-managing mother is not necessary. Check out my review and tell me what you think.