Kuya's current favorite and the latest craze among elementary school kids in ISB. Each one takes turns bouncing a ball to another's square. If you miss the ball...
posted on April 17, 2012
Look Who's Wearing a Watch
What time is it Marbles?
posted on April 16, 2012
Creme Brulee Trio
Rich. Decadent. Creamy. Sweet. Three Different flavors - Coffee, Caramel and Original Vanilla. Great for sharing. This actually inspired me to look for the...
posted on April 15, 2012
Meet Mochiko aka Ash. Fluffy's new best bud from Japan. Ash, as Ally explained, is his screen name. He is now officially a member of Ally's acting crew. Welcome...
posted on April 14, 2012
Gr 4 Science Fair
Grade 4 Science Fair today at the ES Cafeteria. Working in pairs, students chose a topic and presented their research to teachers, parents and other students...
posted on April 13, 2012
Guangzhou - Hubby's business trips are always challenging because of the kind of food he's presented. This is a sample of what he had last night.
posted on April 12, 2012
Happy Birthday Marissa!
Birthday get together with Nestle and P&G friends at The Orchard for our friend, Marissa, who just recently moved here. Fun times! PS She blew her bday candle...
posted on April 11, 2012
Enjoying the great spring weather in BJ. It's also the annual egg hunt and food festival here in River Garden.
posted on April 07, 2012
Third Quarter Reports are out. Instead of a parent-teacher meeting where we discuss the progress of our child. It's the student's turn to share his progress,...
posted on April 05, 2012
Japan Food Trip
What can I say? Their food is absolutely yummy! The highlight for us was the Kobe Beef Teppanyaki we had which was absolutely “bread soft” just a few minutes...
posted on March 31, 2012
Gion, Kyoto - Also called geikos in local dialect, they are professional entertainers that work in teahouses where they perform classical japanese music and...
posted on March 30, 2012
Oysters and Spoons in Miyajima
Miyajima is also known for its yummy oysters and its (of all things) spoons, wooden rice spoons that is. There are so many souvenir “spoon” items to choose from...
posted on March 29, 2012
Staying at a Ryokan in Miyajima Island
From Hiroshima, we rode the train to the port and took a ferry to the island of Miyajima, known for its Torii Gate, one of three must see sites in Japan,...
posted on March 28, 2012
This trip is doubly exciting for us because of one the destination and second, the journey as it was our first time to ride the Shinkansen, Japan's bullet train...
posted on March 27, 2012
Universal Studios, Japan
Our first full day in Osaka and kids are all hyped up and excited to go to USJ. We were hoping that it's not yet Spring break even for local schools in Japan so...
posted on March 26, 2012
For Spring Break, we decided to visit Japan and go with the Chios, who once called this home for close to eleven years before moving to Beijing. We arrived at 6...
posted on March 25, 2012
The Stone Soup
Fourth graders treated us to a wonderful show today at the Main Theater with each class focusing on a different story. Basti's class chose to perform the Story...
posted on March 22, 2012
Simply Strings 2012
Ally played the violin as part of the ES Beginner Strings and Basti the cello with the ES Novice Strings group. 330 performers in all from primary level all the...
posted on March 14, 2012
Grade 2 Circus
So sorry I have not been able to upload pictures in a loooong time. It has been a crazy schedule at home with PTA, Spring Fair (and Snoopy Street Fair!),...
posted on March 09, 2012