Zee participates in PAG-IBIG: Celebrating Filipino Diaspora in Romantic Fiction

It has been a while since we last had an update here, so I thought I would update a little. We have been busy, yes. Since our bookshop came to life, and other things in our daily lives started to pick up, we really did not have much time to do any writing. Okay‚Ķ maybe … More Zee participates in PAG-IBIG: Celebrating Filipino Diaspora in Romantic Fiction

Samot Baitong Resort: Sihanoukville’s nature-filled retreat

I know, I think I write a lot about Sihanoukville in my Travel Posts. Sorry. It’s just that it is the only place I have been to lately (I think). Plus, I do love my Vitamin Sea. So there… This post is about Samot Baitong Resort. The ladies have asked me to feature it a … More Samot Baitong Resort: Sihanoukville’s nature-filled retreat

Grilled Pork Chop

I love playing with new flavors in the kitchen. I experimented with a few ingredients and it turned out great. My husband loved it so much he asked if I can still remember the ingredients I used. He knows I don’t follow recipes and usually just toss in anything I can find in our kitchen. … More Grilled Pork Chop

Filipino-Japanese-American Amity Memorial Shrine

It is the actual battle ground during the World War II where many Filipino, Japanese, and American lives were taken. The shrine was built to remember the closure of a dark era and the beginning of peace between the three countries. The shrine is a tall pillar with three sides, representing the three countries: Japan, … More Filipino-Japanese-American Amity Memorial Shrine