Thanks to Annelise of Travel In Culture for including my post on their list of Top Things to See and Do in Paris! Check out number 7: Les bouquinistes
Hate is a virus. Stop Asian Hate
I describe how I became a fan of all things French. A 30-year love story in about 3 minutes.
In 2018, my dear friend and I took a tour of the Airbus final assembly site in southwest France, near the Toulouse-Blagnac airport
This week’s carte postale features St. Peter’s Church, located on the west coast of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada
If my herb garden doesn’t grow, at least I can say my French vocabulary grew by five words
This week’s carte postale features “La liseuse” (The Reader) by French painter, Jean-Jacques Henner (1829-1905)
This week’s carte postale features a Montmartre staircase photographed in 1924 by French artist, Eugène Atget (1857-1927)
[Note: The film festival has ended. It ran from May 13-23, 2021] CAAMFEST is a showcase of the best in Asian and Asian American stories
This is my review of the self-help poetry book, “Blooming Bare” by Morgan Richard Olivier
This week’s carte postale features the Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral, located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in southeast-central France
[Note: The contest deadline was June 7, 2021] Do you like parks and photography? Don’t miss this photo contest! Here are 7 of my own photos taken in parks 📸
Update: The spring sale has ended, but stay tuned – they’re coming back in the fall!
I’ve got “Summer in Paris” by Bea Parks, Garo Nahoulakian, and Oliver Charles Horton on repeat. 🎶 It’s the song that plays about five minutes into the first episode of “Emily in Paris”
This week’s postcard features “Words and Colors” from the Illusions and Other Surprises Postcard Exhibit at The Exploratorium, San Francisco’s Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception. Rather than reading the words, try saying the color of ink that was used to write each word! It’s not easy…
This is my review of Janice MacLeod’s book, “Dear Paris: The Paris Letters Collection”
This week’s carte postale is a promotional postcard that I got in the mail. It’s the third sign in recent weeks that appears to be telling me: Visit Alaska!