Lately I’ve been feeling the need to write again – to write my own stories, not just “work” writing. Several ideas have come to mind in the past few days, but I think it’s time to tell you a particular story: the night I went to the emergency room in China in the middle of…
Today is Australia Day, and I have so many mixed feelings about it – about being an expatriate, and about the date itself.
I’ve been fiddling with a recipe for Balsamic Pulled Pork and I promised when I was done fiddling with the recipe I’d share it – so here it is!
In this post I’m sharing my own recipes for six different dumpling filling recipes, which I’ve developed over the past few years.
Yesterday I visited a Chinese doctor, and since that’s a local experience not many of you have had I thought I would share the story with you.
Going for walks around our neighbourhood is helping me. It helps calm my mind. It helps stretch my body. It helps ground me, and give me a sense of connection rather than isolation.
Recently Beijing had a full week of truly blue skies – amazing! Blue sky days bring hope to the grey days. Blue sky days are a reminder that grey is not the way life should be.