I trekked to Confucius Plaza today to see my visiting dad. My pops likes to visit New York quarterly to see the relatives and to stock up on Chinese ingredients. One of those ingredients he picks up on his New York Chinatown trips is called Lap Cheong (or Lop Chong)
Not really finding his place in the Rocket’s starting lineup, Jeremy Lin has embraced his role as the Rockets’ sixth man this year. Playing the James Harden role James Harden played in Oklahoma City – Lin has mostly been the aggressive, dynamic, offensive weapon coming off the bench for the Houston Rockets.
Here’s an article that was recently put out on xojane.com titled: THERE ARE NO BLACK PEOPLE IN MY YOGA CLASSES AND I’M SUDDENLY FEELING UNCOMFORTABLE WITH IT Unfortunately, the article is about as terrible as it sounds.
(Who is Paint? His name is Jon Cozart.) After a few hours spent snorting and laughing, I decided to give the po-tay-toes song a rest (I was hungry). So instead of clicking replay for the 71st time, I actually let the video finish.
When I recently discovered that there was a museum dedicated to the Chinese American experience, I immediately placed it on my shortlist of places to go: museum, YMCA, Zara for their bi-yearly sale, and Prosperity Dumpling.
Michigan is now 5-0 in Big Ten thanks to Nik Stauskas’ big three pointer against #3 Wisconsin yesterday. The step back three came with Michigan clinging to a 68-67 lead with under a minute to play. To me, it wasn’t the three that should be noted, it was his cool demeanor