"Educate yourself about Bilingualism" (Family Fridays)

¡Feliz viernes, amig@s! We’re back again with another installment of “Family Fridays” here on the blog.

Today, I’d like to introduce you to Jane and her French-English bi-national family. 1,563 more words


I can’t breathe in Hong Kong and it’s not just because of the air quality

When you first travel to a new place, it’s hard not to be excited and absolutely love it. You look at the place with eyes of excitement, seeing infinite potential for adventure and discovery in this unknown territory. 1,949 more words

Hong Kong

People talk about how wonderful the world seems to children, and that’s true enough. But children think they will grow into it and understand it, and I know very well that I will not, and would not if I had a dozen lives. ― Marilynne Robinson

Quote Of The Day

What He Said

There is no secret combination, just an order. We don’t have to do this and then do that and then come back around again and do it again. 583 more words


Finding The Asian Australian Identity In A Multicultural Oz

As a Chinese person living in Australia, defining who I am as an Asian Australian has always been tough. If you come from a mixed family or have moved around quite a bit, you might feel this way too. 840 more words


Why Death Doesn't Scare Me

There is no doubt this world is broken and hurting. You cannot go a day without hearing about another incident somewhere around the world. These acts of hatred and violence revive in us that spirit of fear that the enemy so loves. 346 more words