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Just my fellow Chinese people really, haha. If you're offended, just go to cuteoverload. Why are there so many food bloggers of Asian descent in LA? In the world, even? Because we love food. No shit.
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Hello to dear readers! Here I am again after being gone for awhile 2 months! Well, I've been busy lately doing business and work so it was really hard to find time to do some blogging.
Are they as mean as they are on the Internet? My answer has always been that in the 13 years I've been blogging, I've only encountered people who are rude to me in real life Say less than 5 times. Even then it's not open confrontation but just snide remarks and some sniggering. This number is remarkably low, considering how frequently it happens online.