I am a freelance writer, Entertainment Section Editor/Staff Writer at Mochi Magazine, + the Living Justice Editor at Diverging Mag. You can find me on sites like Romper, Mom.com, + Mochi Magazine.
IN THIS ARTICLE
- What schools have to consider when closing due to the coronavirus
- How children with special needs are being affected
- What parents can do to support their children
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)This is very thirsty explicit episode of the Kpopcast. We had to cut a lot of thirsty content (yes, even more) and theory crafting to keep this episode from becoming infinity long; but we think this should be a good ride. Please use adult discretion or supervision before sharing with others.
Virginia and I talked about
How her blogging career started (1:48)
How she homeschools four children in Mandarin (5:45)
Her social media management work and partnership with Sagebooks (13:35)
The importance of a supportive partner (26:27)
Managing multiple freelance gigs (33:35)
Virginia is a writer, blogger, and bilingual homeschooling mom of 4 based in the Bay Area.
In this article:
- Why some schools are closing temporarily
- The difficulties related to school closures
- How technology can help schools and families during closures
It is transgressive for a woman to want. We are told by society that we can only want a husband and children — and occasionally a career (but never at the expense of the husband and children). BTS gave me permission to be a woman who wants.
This article briefly discusses the history of the Miss Chinatown USA Pageant that is put on by the San Francisco Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the 2020 Miss Chinatown USA Pageant on February 1, 2020.
Review and feature of Netflix movie "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You."
The following is Part 2 of an excerpt of my conversation with Dr. Michael Campos wherein we explore what justice looks like in his work as a teacher and scholar. It has been edited for clarity and brevity.