Tag Archives: Japan

Mind Your Own Business

I thought about using the more polite title, “Live and Let Live” for this post, but “Mind Your Own Business” is much more reflective of how I felt this morning after reading the National Review article titled “Boston’s Kimonos of Oppression.” … Continue reading

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#AAPI Asian Pacific Heritage Month: Post 3

Asian Pacific Heritage Month pays tribute to the generations of the Asians and Pacific Islanders and their contributions to the rich and diverse history of the United States. In researching The Red Kimono and its sequel (currently a work-in-progress and titled Broken Dreams) … Continue reading

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#NaoBloPoMo Post 10: Moving

Once again, I’m a day late on posting BlogHer prompt #10 for National Blog Posting Month, which leads me to decide to follow my friend, Pamela Foster’s logic on how to proceed with NaBloPoMo: “A commitment of a blog post … Continue reading

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#NaBloPoMo Day 8: Roots

Here’s the BlogHer prompt for Day 8 of National Blog Posting Month: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 What does getting back to your roots look like to you? I’m kind of cheating here using a “place holder” for today’s blog. I … Continue reading

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#NaBloPoMo Day 5: Theatre Esprit Asia’s “Dust Storm”

The BlogHer prompt for National Blog Posting Month Day 5 is: Friday, June 7, 2013 Tell us a story from your family history. I have many, many stories I’ve written based on stories I’ve heard from both sides of my … Continue reading

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