Let me tell you a story about a couple that immigrated to the United States from China in the late 1980's. They arrived with just enough to start and run their own small business in the heart of the Mission district in San Francisco, California. A couple of years later, their first child - a … Continue reading An Unintentional Burden
Gone are the days when food was simple and the goal was to be satiated until your next meal. The culinary world has developed so vastly that nowadays, you can get a multi-course meal at practically any establishment, anytime, anywhere. Like modern romance, we now have the freedom to date, grow, and move on to … Continue reading Modern Romance as a Multi-Course Meal
Not quite. We live in an age where lots of people have this deranged idea that "if you're not doing anything with it, then it's mine." Some examples are kids who are waiting for an inheritance or individuals that marry into money. They literally don't believe in working because they "know" that they'll end up … Continue reading What’s Yours is Mine?
They say, "if you don't love what you do, do what you love." Exactly how many people are able to do what they love on this planet? Now, I'm talking in a sense that this refers to being able to land a job in a field that you're most happy with or even starting your … Continue reading A Third Approach
It has been over a week since the Las Vegas shooting and five days since I've returned to San Francisco. I initially started to blog about the night when we were all hiding in our friends' room but deleted the post before even publishing it because 1) I did not want to recall that night's … Continue reading A Hope For Recovery