If you love Chinese dumplings, check out this post. I’ve got the names of places to eat and more. Lots of photos too, from Dumpling Night at the Museum of Chinese in America, where I was asked to moderate a panel. It was all a lot of fun.
To find work in journalism, it’s usually about who you know. And a good place to start schmoozing is at events sponsored by journalism groups. Last night, I got a quality dose of networking at the annual fundraising gala for the South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA). It was worth every penny of my $100 ticket.
I’ve always felt insecure about being a graduate of NYC’s legendary Stuyvesant High School. Never went to reunions because I was such a pimple-y slacker. Well, I finally put the bad self-image to rest by visiting Stuy and exorcising some ghosts.
I love quinoa because it’s low-carb, high-protein — and makes a great substitute for rice. But only if you know how to cook it in my special way. Check out my recipes on this post, which are fast, easy, cheap.
This post is all about how my mom died. It was profoundly moving, sad, peaceful, loving. Death has it’s own magic. What a healing experience.
After my dad died, we figured out that he had an affair. It changed everything for us then and until now. Details in this post.