This Christmas I got my mom an Amazon Echo Dot. And like a good son that I am, I wanted her to have the power of the internet at her disposal.
In the late 1980’s, my sister and I took an interest in basketball. With NBA on the television all the time, my mom also became a hoops fan (in addition to loving Knots Landing).
My mom has lived in San Francisco for over five years. Despite her being in Chinatown every single day of the week and somewhat outgoing personality, she still struggles to find like-minded Chinese friends in the city.
My family owned a Chinese restaurant in Plymouth, Michigan for more than 35 years. It was their livelihood and played a large part in our lives.
A few photos of my mom and grandmother that make me smile — no more, no less.
Mom Chonicles #61: Near the Highline, we came across a structure under construction that was designed to give the feeling as if it was leaning. My mom took one look at the building’s skeleton and was dumbstruck that someone would deliberately create something new to look flawed… Post by Stuart Leung. *Image not taken during […]
Mom Chronicles #44: In 2007, San Francisco banned large grocery stores and supermarkets (Safeway, Walgreens, etc.) from using plastic bags. Then in Oct 2012, all retail stores (Target, Macy’s) began charging 10 cent per paper bag. This was a huge hit to my mom’s lifestyle choice – hoarding bags went from “resourceful” to a necessity […]
Mom Chronicles #16: Seriously, my mom invented pracercising; she’s been prancercising in public for at least a decade, if not more. If you’re in San Francisco and ride the bus, you might be lucky enough to catch her moves while she waits at the bus stop. Here she is prancercising in Golden Gate Park wearing […]
Mom Chronicles #55: As you guys can tell by previous chronicles, my mom is a fashion plate. She is serious hood. Post by Stuart Leung.
Mom Chronicles #1: As with her pants, my mom’s politics are also on point. Post by Stuart Leung.
Mom Chronicles #24: You know how the golf community didn’t like how Tiger Woods would pump his fist after a good shot – that his celebration was disrespecting the game? Let’s just say the mahjong community wouldn’t be happy with my mom’s celebratory practices. Everyone likes winning, especially my mom. Post by Stuart Leung.