Wonder Bread Chop Suey

Family. It’s not that white people don’t love or care about their families, it’s just you are much more likely to hear that a Caucasian friend is estranged from their family than you would an Asian, or Latino. I blame it on culture.

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5 Things You Should Know About Thai Culture

In order to cope with the intense and glorious situation that is traffic, tourists and construction in my little world, I’ve been using the analogy of a “fish in water”.  I keep telling myself that I am a fish in water, a fish swimming and gliding, and it helps me because otherwise I think I…

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Punchbowl Cemetery

For last week’s poetry class, we had to write about our favorite place. And because I had done a similar exercise in high school theatre and for my L7 English class, my favorite place was readily accessible. We wrote for half an hour. This was my in the moment scribble, my pen to paper fantasma.…

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Moo-gata Sunday

Last Sunday was a day well-spent in Lamphun with my family. My cousins had the genius idea of having moo gata or “pork in a pan” at our house, so we started off, as we always do, stopping by my aunt’s store to pick up my aunt and her daughter and then off to go shopping…

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