Monthly Archives: January 2007

Of Women and Their Roles

I was surprised to find out that the photo of the women’s networking lunch I participated in last ASC has been posted at the website of the Cryogenic Society of America. You may find the link here. The photo was … Continue reading

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Ten Japanese Habits Worth Emulating by Filipinos – Part Two

Continuing from part one, here are items five to ten in my list: 6. Drink green tea. Lots of it. Cheers to good health! The Japanese, apart from the Chinese, are among the top consumers of green tea. For them, … Continue reading

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Ten Japanese Habits Worth Emulating by Filipinos – Part One

In every culture, there are good and bad habits. This is true for Filipinos as it is for the Japanese. But as a Filipino living in this great country, I have observed various Japanese habits which are both admirable and … Continue reading

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Baby Power!

One of my cousins in the States sent me this photo taken of their new baby, Torin Lucas. He is sooo cute! He reminds me of Aya, who as a baby also used to frown and furrow her forehead in … Continue reading

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Seafood Galore

The day before Christmas, we attended a party of fellow Pinoys. Of course, where there are Pinoys, expect nothing but good ol’ Pinoy food. Unfortunately, while Pinoy food is undeniably yummy, it usually consists of meaty dishes. Think adobo, kaldereta, … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Would Never Do

Noticed the new appearance of this blog? Like it? I hope so. I thought that it’s an appropriate time to change our template, coinciding with the start of the new year. The image at the top left even shows a … Continue reading

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