DID YOU KNOW… Despite pervasive “model minority” stereotypes, education and broadband access continue to be barriers for many within the Asian Pacific American community. Higher education continues to be a far reach for many APAs. “Only 12% of Laotians, 14% of Hmong and Cambodians, and 18% of Native Hawaiian and […]
Happy Lunar New Year!
HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR! Mom and I will be enjoying seasonal, traditional Chinese hot pot to celebrate (and stay warm)! Peace, prosperity and bok choy blessings to you! Natalie and Margaret
Chinese New Year Traditions
Countdown: Chinese New Year Traditions HAPPY CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR! Gong xi fa cai! Gong hay fat choy! Eat good food, be merry, play mahjong, give red envelopes to children (to keep evil spirits away)…and most of all, be thankful for peace, good health and bok choy blessings in the […]
Chinese New Year Traditions: Gathering Around the Stove
Chinese New Year Traditions: New Year’s Eve is the most important family ritual of the year and a night of unity, reunion, harmony, and paying respects to ancestors. Kind of like Thanksgiving, Christmas and Rockin’ Eve all rolled into one! Eating hot pot together is common. Kids get red envelopes […]
Chopsticks Race Video: Nosed Out By A Peanut?
In the spirit of Lunar New Year, adult guests at the 4th Annual Chinese Southern Belle Cultural Banquet participated in a fun chopsticks race with a surprising finish! Was there a runner up “nosed out by a peanut” ? CHOPSTICKS RACE VIDEO photo finish