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About casianmom

I am a Christian Asian mom who raised and still influences :) two children. I was born in the US with overseas-born Asian parents. I write about parenting, culture, and life and how culture affects our walk with God and vice versa..I welcome your comments sharing your experiences or those of your friends.

New Blog Address

I am starting to post my parenting and multicultural family posts at a new site: visit multiculturalfamily.co. I will use this blog for (not-so) random blogs as well.   Advertisements

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How should we respond?

A well-respected teacher, leader, pastor has been living with a hidden sin of adultery that came to light this week when he announced his resignation. I knew him, not up close and personal, but as a teacher, a preacher; someone … Continue reading

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Asian Americans’ Votes Could Decide the Election

Asian Americans represent 4-6% of our nation. In many states, the election shows a dead heat or are within the statistical margin for error. In Asian Fortune magazine, the October issue focused on the upcoming election. Asian Americans are 51% independent, … Continue reading

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Learning to Let Go

Why is it so hard for Asian parents to let go? Not just Asian parents. I have seen parents make it hard for their adult children to be adults. I have felt that same kind of pressure from my own … Continue reading

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Parents Teaching Children to Speak Out

The recent controversy about the Founder of Chick-fil-A sharing his Christian beliefs and viewpoints supporting traditional marriage has been viewed as discriminatory. Michelle Malkin had few recent commentaries on her blog about this very topic. I have to admire Michelle … Continue reading

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Love and Courage

By now, everyone has heard about the verdict in Jerry Sandusky’s trial.  He was convicted on 45 of the 48 counts and is on suicide watch.  However, some of us wonder how could this have happened to so many boys? … Continue reading

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How to Overcome Injustice and Protect Your Children

I’ve been surfing the Internet and came upon this article about Jeremy Lin forgiving a correspondent who used a catchy but racially insensitive title “Chink in the Armor” to report on a game lost by the Knick player. Apparently, Lin … Continue reading

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