With Christmas just around the corner, it’s safe to say we’re officially in the winter months. But for many, the coldest months are yet to come.
Especially for those of us living in Asian households with strict “no heater” rules, there really is no colder place on Earth than our own living rooms. We’re all too familiar with having to wear several layers of sweaters, coats and socks inside of our own homes during this time of year.
Matcha lattes have been all the rage lately, with the beverage taking over cafe chains all over the world.
Matcha, which can literally be translated to “powdered tea,” is harvested from high-quality tea leaves and offers more health benefits as it involves ingesting the actual leaves, unlike the average cuppa.
A Vietnamese American Twitter user got many netizens mushy after sharing what her mom gave her on her 18th birthday.
Thy Tran recently posted images of her loving mom’s special gift: a scrapbook in which every milestone of her life is recorded.
Has this ever happened to you? You’re just living life, minding your own business, when –suddenly — you remember you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping!
And it’s never for that one person who is easy to shop for, either; it’s always that one who has everything, so you never know what to give them except your continued friendship or something.
For those who are on the lookout for something really special to give their loved ones this Valentine’s day, consider this box of chocolates from a Japanese chocolate brand.
Beautifully packaged and uniquely prepared, the “Tea Connection: Fresh Chocolates from Three Uji Teas” from chocolate brand Sils Maria is certainly not your average box of treats. It is also not cheap, according to RocketNews24.
Finding mom the perfect gift for Mother’s Day can be a challenge. Besides, all she wants is to spend time with her children.
Thanks to Groupon, sons and daughters looking to give both can now have a life-sized replica of themselves 3D printed and personally delivered to their mothers. The downside: its $30,000 price tag.