Talking Rock, Writing & Darius Rucker with Author Suzanne Kamata

So one of the best things about being part of the 'Dragonfruit' anthology is getting to know the work of other expatriate women writers. Women such as award-winning author, Suzanne Kamata, who lives in Japan. Her anthology essay, 'Love and Polka Dots', tells of a museum trip with her daughter, who is a budding artist herself but disabled,... Continue Reading →

Monday Morning Music – YAZ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdV-5ivltkc You do realize that the '80s are to our children what the '60s were to us? A fascinating period of ancient history that produced a lot of good music, and fashion that was both embarrassing and strangely inspiring. I don't know how many Hong Kong boys I see around town these days dressed in their porkpie hats,... Continue Reading →

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