This is the third installment in my series from my travels in Taiwan this summer. How much do Taiwanese people love to eat? So much that even a museum dedicated to commemorating the injustices of the island’s forty-year period of martial law includes many exhibits involving food. This is the White Terror museum, located in […]
This is the second installment in my series about our trip to Taiwan. Read on to find out how we travelled to Kenting in southern Taiwan to relax by the beach. This was my third trip to Taiwan in as many years. But during my last two visits, I didn’t have a chance to venture […]
Highlights of the foods from our summer 2019 trip to Taiwan. Warning; may make you hungry.
I talked with a mixed-race writer featured in the upcoming anthology of emerging Taiwanese American writers. Pre-order by October 30
Are you a young or emerging Taiwanese American writer or artist? Here’s a chance to submit your work to be published in a mini-anthology
I interviewed Taiwanese home cooks about bah tsang for the Dragon Boat Festival. Here’s the making of my article for PRI.
A version of this piece was originally published on TaiwaneseAmerican.org in November 2011. What does the next generation of Taiwanese Americans look like? All I have to do is take a look at my kids for some clues. Like my sons, a growing number of third-generation Taiwanese Americans are mixed-race. I started HapaMama in 2008 […]
Street food in Taiwan starts bright and early. My favorite breakfast is a bowl of hot soy milk and a Chinese doughnut. See why