3.21.19 It’s been 2 years since Please Love Umma was first published, and it’s been quite a ride. Thank you so much to everyone who has supported and who continue to support to this day. A lot has changed since then as I gave birth to our first child, Matthew, in May of 2018, and … More Happy 2 Year Anniversary to Please Love Umma!
10.19.17 Who can participate? All kids residing in Southern California in grades 4-7 or ages 9-12 Parents must verify that the assigned reading material of Please Love Umma is appropriate for the participant. This is a children’s novel for advanced readers with many difficult topics and moderately violent depictions. Writing topic? Write an essay on 1-2 … More 2017 SoCal Youth Writing Contest for Please Love Umma
6.5.17 Thank you so much for having me on Career Day. It was an honor to meet the incredible teachers and students of Halldale Elementary!
5.9.17 Book Release Info for Please Love Umma in the Los Angeles Korea Times Newspaper (한국일보). Thank you for your support! http://www.koreatimes.com/article/20170506/1054805
5.6.17 Book Release Info for Please Love Umma in the New York Korea Times Newspaper. Thank you for your support!
3.25.17 A big THANK YOU to the fifty guests who attended the book release/ launch party for Please Love Umma last night! I was so blessed by your support and love. A special thank you to DJ Dvido for spinning the night away with some awesome tunes. It was so much fun celebrating with everyone. Here … More An Amazing Evening in the Arts District of Downtown, Los Angeles
3.24.17 Dduk (rice cakes) are often used as a celebratory food. They can be colorful and shapely, and they can contain sweet fillings or just have a plain flavor. Rice cakes are chosen for particular occasions depending on their color and the role they play in Korea’s traditional culture. Oftentimes, they are used in weddings … More With Love, Rice Cakes