Monthly Archives: April 2013

My 4-Year Old Gets the F-Word, Too!

Recently, I posted a blog highlighting my experiences in Taiwan with having been called a F-oreigner too many times to tally, and I further jotted some thoughts down about humanity’s propensity to focus on race in my Love See No … Continue reading

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Lugang / Lukang, Taiwan

Lugang / Lukang, Taiwan, a set on Flickr. Here is my album from Lugang, Taiwan, a place surely worthwhile because of its historic alleyways and such.

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Love See No Color, Or Does It?

Recently, because I’ve scribbled some ideas down about being called the f-word (i.e., foreigner) here in Taiwan, where I live, in both a Word Press-posted entry and a currently ongoing-yet-unfinished piece about my daughter, who is mixed-race, also being called … Continue reading

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Grand-parenting in Lugang, Taiwan

Wherever I go, especially now that I have two children of my own, I love seeing grandparents walking with their grandkids hand in hand, which, to me, simply symbolizes a bridging of the generation gap. Taken in Lugang, Taiwan, in … Continue reading

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