Yesterday was a tough day. I went for a neighborhood walk. Along the way, I met a valley carpenter bee. She was the biggest bee I have ever seen. NB: Photos taken with iPhone 12 PRO MAX and the Moment Macro lens in a Berkeley neighborhood.
Go to CookieBar Creamery and ask Nellie for the secret Li Hing Mui special. It’s date worthy.
It’s never easy to plan a funeral, especially during a pandemic. This past year, we’ve been to an online funeral and we organized one.
If googling brought you here, rest assured, you will find a way to do it right and celebrate the life of your loved one.
Framing the photo, the scene, the subject, the moment is what holds it in the part of my mind that remembers when so often, the world can be fleeting.
Roger Hon Chung Chan was born in Macau in 1951, the seventh of nine children. He was born into a full house and grew into a smart, mischievous, young man with a sharp sense of humor. Like many young people at the time, he moved to Hong Kong in search of better educational and job …
Today’s my birthday. My family asked me what I wanted and for the first time in a long-time–maybe the first time ever–I thought about it. Asking for what I want is, at its surface, a simple thing. But it is an act that can paralyze me for days. Maybe you are like me and never …
Joseph Wong could accomplish anything he set his mind to do.
On a cold snowy morning, November 9, 2020, Joseph Wong, peacefully transitioned from this life. His son, Wymond Wong, was by his side holding his hand in the hospital.
My father-in-law was many things, but first and foremost, he was a family man who cared deeply about his family.