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 […]Read More 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 […]Read More Modern Romance as a Multi-Course Meal
I kid you not, I was literally looking at flights back to Hong Kong about an hour after we landed at home. I will never get tired of this place because everything is just so convenient and overall comforting in the sense that it reminds me of childhood vacations. First thing’s first, if you plan […]Read More Eating Through Hong Kong
Organizing my thoughts is probably the last thing I want to do at 3:30 in the morning but I am doing exactly just that! Who am I kidding? There’s probably a thousand other things I’d rather not do at this hour so writing down my train of thought before I lose it really isn’t all […]Read More (Maybe) I’m The Problem
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 […]Read More What’s Yours is Mine?