Happy New Year of the Monkey! I am joined by Chinese astrologer & Feng Shui expert, Anita Rosenberg, who makes her predictions about what to expect in the Chinese New Year of the Fire Monkey 2016!
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Happy Chinese New Year! It’s the Year of the Goat! In this video, I am joined by my special guest Mrs. Lam, who shows us her very delicious Chinese mung bean dumpling soup to celebrate the New Year! Ingredients: Dumpling skin White Sticky Rice powder (2 cups) Tapioca Starch (1
On New Year’s Day, Koreans traditionally celebrate with their rice cake soup, so I grew up eating my mother’s rice cake soup on New Year’s Day. In this video, I show you my mother’s rice cake soup recipe. Chewy soft rice cakes are cooked in a delicious beef broth, and
During Christmas season, I love egg nog, but I am always hesitant to drink it because of its high calorie and fat. In this video, I show you my low calorie version made with soy and coconut milks without sacrificing the great smooth creamy taste. Your waistline will thank you!
Wedding season is just around the corner, and brides are seeking the perfect floral arrangements for their special day. Instead of the traditional natural flower bouquet, walk down the aisle with a beautiful origami flower bouquet. The bridal bouquet signifies fertility and the bride’s feelings towards the marriage by the
Today is not just Super Bowl Sunday, but also my wedding anniversary!! Every year, I give my hubbie (aka “Panda Bear”) a dog themed card because I just adore animals, and these two little chihuahuas sharing a big bone (sooo lovie dovie) is my card this year. Whenever we go
Happy Year of the Horse!! My mom, who is born in the Year of the Horse, and I celebrated on New Year’s Eve in our local Chinese restaurant, Fortune Cookie, so this is an auspicious year for her. My only wish for my mom is for her to continue to
In the East, the end of January and beginning of February calls for the most important and well-loved holiday in all of Asia: the lunar New Year! Although this week-long celebration takes all different forms across different countries, the Chinese New Year is perhaps most well-known in the West for
In the search for the perfect yet unique wedding dress? At this celebration of love, shared with friends and family, we want to both acknowledge tradition and our heritage. We also want to make distinctive additions that make our particular wedding stand out from others, extra-special to our guests and
Hatch your Easter eggs the Eastern way. While we enjoy the pretty pastel decorations on a traditional Easter egg, spice up your eggs with unique Asian tips and techniques to make your Easter eggs more bold and daring. Add some Asian fusion to this Western holiday tradition. Eggs of Art
If you are still working on your New Year resolutions, now is your second chance with the Chinese New Year of the Dragon just around the corner: Monday, January 23rd, marked by the Lunar calendar! Lunar New Years are the most important and highly celebrated holiday in Asia. Largely referred
Making your wedding uniquely memorable while still keeping it traditional can be difficult. After spending long, seemingly endless months planning your wedding, it is important to have a fun reception where you can finally celebrate both your hard work, and marriage. This is why incorporating a few Asian-Fusion style pieces