“Will you be a tai tai?!” That was the most frequently asked question I got after announcing my family’s relocation to Hong Kong. It turned out that I had no say in the matter as the label was automatically bestowed on me upon arrival. If I had the means to be a housewife, it was
Tag: Hong Kong
Accompanied playgroups hindered the Dumpling’s social skills, confidence, and independence because she always stuck to me.
Our indoor play for September has centered around reviewing the Chinese words that she’s been learning at school, celebrating the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, and discussing the aftermath of the typhoon.
Monthly recap of our indoor activities-most of which were set up using common household materials!
I recently purchased two sets of barn and jungle animals from a mom-and-pop store in Tsuen Wan. From the outside, they looked like the plastic toys used in zoo/farm/safari “pretend play” activities that I’ve been seeing all over Instagram, so I was pretty excited to open them when I got home. The moment I ripped
Being a SAHM mom is the shittiest job I have ever had…and as cliche as it sounds, also the most rewarding.
“Thank you for your enrollment application for our Kindergarten. We would like to invite you and Remy to school to meet with one of our teachers. It will be a good opportunity for parents to have a further understanding of the school and a chance for us to get to know your child.” The Dumpling