Hello! My name is Changsha Stinky Tofu. You can call me 臭臭 (Chou Chou) for short. I am black on the outside and white on the inside, a little hard-headed on first impression but really I have a soft heart.Continue reading My Name is Changsha Stinky Tofu
“We’re almost there!” Twenty minute later, “We’re almost there!”, says dad a second time and then a third.Continue reading We’re Almost There!
“We’re so extra…”🤣—
We like to travel, we like to take pictures, and sometimes we’re a little extra. We bring a little extra laughter, a dash more of adventure, a tad bit more smiles and sunshine where ever we go. Sometimes we’re loud and sometimes we’re dramatic. Each snapshot with the SU’s reflects our extra flare.Continue reading We’re So Extra!
No wonder people think kids in China ride pandas to school. There are so many things that get lost in translation. Once I was in a zoo in China and instead of saying “beware of old branches falling”, it said, “beware of old bras falling”. Instead of “caution: slippery floors”, the sign said, “caution: slip carefully”.Continue reading Mao Blood Flourishing
“Boom!…Boom!…” the earth trembled with hollow echoes from a distance.
“What is that?!” I gasped.
“Bombings from artillery.”
Wide-eyed with disbelief, I stared at Steve. He didn’t say anything more, and so I kept silent.
“Ta ta ta ta a ta….ta ta ta ta ta…ta ta ta ta…”
I whipped my head around again and asked, “What is that sound?”
“Machine gun sound—”
Before I even had a chance to respond, a loud noise boomed from the sky overpowering all conversation. Four F-161 fighter jets streaked right above us in a straight line over the orchard.
Steve looked me and smiled: “Don’t worry, you’ll get use to it.” Continue reading Life Prevails – Lessons from the Negev Desert of Israel