Book review of Somewhere in the Unknown World, a Collective Refugee Memoir by Kao Kalia Yang
Much has been made about Vice President Harris’s multi-racial ethnicity, how it has shaped her, how it inspires girls of color, and how people perceive her. Her inauguration has caused me to reflect on my upbringing and its effect.
Imagine yourself with tables all around and men and women dressed up. There’s a dance floor with a big band playing and couples dancing. Then performers come out to sing and dance in scintillating costumes...
For ten years, Jessica Robinson has worked to combat climate change at the local level. Now she hopes to expand her reach with a green superhero.
(This article was first published on News Break. You can view it here!) After opening presents at Christmas, my teen, a K-Pop fan, expressed how grateful she was that her aunts and I had bothered to learn what specific groups and artifacts she was interested in before gifting her. She was blissfully content with the …
Book Review: A River of Stars by Vanessa Hua
What saves a girl from possible deportation? Sometimes even small acts of kindness have huge ramifications.
Book Review: Cherry Blossoms in Twilight, Memories of a Japanese Girl
Book Review: "On Gold Mountain: The One-Hundred-Year Odyssey of My Chinese-American Family" by Lisa See
A Map Into the World is a multi-cultural picture book that helps you discuss death and grieving with children (age 5-9).