Starbucks betrayed me and cauliflower became a luxury item. Sigh.
Monthly Archives: April, 2016
Reading the Little Red Book and Marx’s Das Kapital fueled my ideological and rebellious teenage years but backpacking and immigrating to Canada shaped my current life philosophy.
A year after my first article on podcasts, I’m still hooked to this media format.
Trapped. The downside of not blogging anonymously, putting my real name online with pictures. People can and will recognize you. Damn. No running away now.
According to the French wisdom—built upon centuries of losing wars, drinking wine and having sex—”la vérite sort de la bouche des enfants”.
Those who grew up outside North America can probably confirm that their knowledge of the…
This is the way I was wired. I don’t have the relentless optimism North Americans find in their breakfast cereals.
Monday morning, 9 a.m. There are a hundred of places where I’d rather be but it’s too late, Feng is already parking.
While employee turnover rate seems high in the donut world, there is a large group of regular customers for whom I’m pretty sure the “no loitering” sign was invented.