Breaking News from Haaretz: “German police on Saturday arrested two Chinese tourists for making illegal “Heil Hitler” salutes in front of the historic Reichstag building that houses the German parliament.” Read more. There are times when I am truly ashamed of the ignorance of some of my own people. They idealize and even idolize everything … More News: Chinese Tourists Arrested in Germany after Making Hitler Salutes in Front of Reichstag
The Society of Biblical Literature International Meeting will take place in Seoul, South Korea during July 3-7, 2016. I am so excited that I will deliver a paper entitled “Gog of Magog within and beyond Ezekiel 38-39” in this conference on July 4, 2016! Photos taken from Allez Savoir! 39 (2007): 34-41, here 37, … More Presentation: Unravel “Gog of Magog” in Seoul, South Korea
English: Christianity has evolved beyond Acts of the Apostles, not only taking root in the West, but also spreading to the East. When I was a child, I often heard the adults cite the following saying from Hudson Taylor, the nineteenth century British Christian missionary to China (1832-1905): “If I had a thousand pounds, China … More Resource: Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity
周日在教会的厨房第一次当主厨，我老公当帮厨。大家都说我做的手撕鸡很不错哦~~~ 想当年，初到德国，我可是连饭都能煮糊的人儿呀！还好陈师母教会了我做这道菜，大家都来学学怎么做手撕鸡吧！ 材料： 鸡大腿肉、姜黄粉、青葱、姜、辣椒油、生抽、老抽、蒜头、盐、芝麻 冷水下锅，青葱切段，姜切片，加点料酒，煮鸡大腿肉。 鸡腿煮沸去泡沫后，加姜黄粉入锅内，再煮到鸡不出血水即可 （用筷子捅鸡肉，能顺利插下，通常就表示鸡肉熟了）。 捞出鸡腿肉，手撕鸡腿肉，放在一个碗待用。 放多一点的辣椒油在炒锅里。你也可以自己炸辣椒油，但是我比较懒，所以就直接用李锦记的辣椒油了。 爆蒜，加生抽，老抽，蒜青，盐（各一汤匙）入内。 浇在备好的鸡丝上调味。 另炒香芝麻，撒在混和好的鸡丝上。 这样，就可以吃啦！我下面这张没放芝麻，辣椒油放得有点多了，但是味道还是不错的哈！
Speaking of an “entangled culture,” please allow me to cite one modern example. Since July 2014, I have been an avid watcher of one South Korean talkshow called “Abnormal Summit.” In the show, 3 Korean MCs and 12 non-Koreans (G-12) gather together to discuss various serious (and not-so-serious) social issues from their own cultural perspectives. … More News: This Westerner Impresses Asians Like Me!
The Dislocation When I knew that my family was going to move to Australia, I was the happiest in the world. I thought that I could finally get rid of a country that judged me by my ethnicity, or that valued me solely because of my school results. I thought that I could move forward … More Malaysia: The Dislocation
A meritocratic society In comparison with the Malay high school students, a major disadvantage for the Chinese high school students is the non-recognition of their high school certificates by the Malaysian government. As a result, all of the students need to take additional government examinations –Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) … More Malaysia: A Meritocratic Society