Tradition has its place…

Things change, and so do we. New Year is just round the corner. The Chinese one, that is. Although I grew up ensconced in a Chinese family within a predominantly Chinese community, my understanding of the rituals and traditions of Chinese New Year is basic at best. I'll put this down to leaving home at … Continue reading Tradition has its place…

Being loved & loving

In Chinese culture, the elegant crane symbolises longevity and wisdom.  Its white plumage as a sign of purity; its red cap a sign of vitality, red being the element of fire. I thought an image of the crane appropriate for a quote on Love - longevity, wisdom, purity and vitality.  Don't you? 🙂 - FlorenceT … Continue reading Being loved & loving