Kristina Wong Kanemoto reviews Finding Cleveland, a documentary by Larissa Lam and Baldwin Chiu about searching for Chinese American family in Mississippi.
How a chance encounter at the Farmer’s Market led to a random act of kindness.
I’m not a Millennial, and you’re probably not either. But I ended up at the Jason Chu Millennial concert and was surprised
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 […]
I was hoping to let the whole basket and bunny thing slide this year, but it looks like we’ll be having Easter in Asia.
When is a broken household item more than that? When they are pieces of the cross, the message is hard to ignore.
By some cruel twist of the Lunar calendar, Chinese New Year, Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday come one right after another this year. And then, boom! Valentine’s Day. I was so engrossed in the Lunar New Year, that it didn’t occur to me until the weekend that Lent begins this Wednesday.
And I did. Seriously, I just spent 24 hours at a convent in the Santa Cruz mountains.