Now we can order wo tao kow yuk any day of the week, but this New Year's dish made from a pig's belly was meant to be a once-a-year treat: the ultimate marriage of layers and layers of pig fat with two starches to soak up all the yummy goodness.
In this post, I review the book "In search of your Asian Roots" by SJ Chao and ask: what genealogy problems can this book help solve?
This is a collection of blog posts about photo scanning gleaned from my experiences from 2013 to today scanning and archiving 35K+ images.
The Toronto Sun interviews Lesley Anderson and I about our families in WWII
For Womens History Month, I look at the hidden story of Lily's time in WWII.
Here is the post I wish I'd read 20 years ago: How to find a Chinese surname if you only know your name in English