Bartering is alive and well

When you were a kid, did you trade the peanut butter and jelly sandwich in your sack lunch for someone else's baloney sandwich? Or maybe you agreed to do a house chore for your older sister in exchange for riding her bike. When I was a starving college student, I agreed to do a fellow... Continue Reading →

Hing Hay Park appeals to me in so many ways. A fusion of languages. East meets West. Old World merges with New World. Active and passive space. Welcoming. Having grown up with two cultures--Japanese and American--this park is special to me. I see faces that remind me of my mother, her family and friends. I... Continue Reading →

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