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To support, encourage, & promote interaction between Asian Men & Black Women.

Shasha's Blog (3)

Biracial ir bicultural how do you deal

Many of us in the world have at least thought of being in a relationship with someone of a different culture and or different racial group. There are things that prevent that from being a reality. Be it our upbringing, social class system, money or just a difference of religions. What would that be like for you? What kind of challenges do you think you would face if you were to be in a relationship with someone that has a different background than you? Would it matter how your family felt about… Continue

Added by Shasha on August 14, 2016 at 9:11pm — No Comments

Pho get about it

My introduction into Asian was through my co-workers and schoolmates. They were Cambodian, Vietnamese, Filipino, South Korean, Chinese, Indian, Burmese, Myanmar, Hmoung, and Japanese. I learned about the many religions and food by building relationships and friendships. However there are some of these foods that are my go-to when I am in dying need comfort for example when I get a cold I usually go for pho, beef preferably. At times, when I want a quick lunch that is balanced I go for sushi.… Continue

Added by Shasha on August 14, 2016 at 9:05pm — No Comments

Food let's get into it

So, there's a few things that I love about food. Flavor, texture, size, smell and appearance. Growing up in a multicultural home and through my worldly travels, I've learned there are some basic ingredients in many famous dishes that all of us love so much. Here they are:

1. Garlic

2. Tomato

3. Onion

4. Salt

5. Pepper

6. Oil

There are a few others I cant think of at the moment. However, if you walk into anyone's home while they are cooking or a… Continue

Added by Shasha on August 14, 2016 at 8:53pm — No Comments

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