About Menglei A Chinese graduate student From Guangzhou, a city in Southern China Now pursuing her master’s degree at BU, major in Mass Communication. Her major was Hospitality Management in undergraduate years. She didn’t like it, but for some reasons, she still chose it. Now, in Boston, she can finally learn what she likes. “I don’t think … More Her Boston Life
Two hours ago I experienced the scariest moment in the US. A drunk guy kept knocking and kicking at the door. I called 911 for the first time in my life. Accurately, my roommate Xiangbei made the phone call. At first, I heard the music “We’ll Rock You.” I guesses it could be my roommate Ya. … More Drunk, Shock
Originally posted on My Hong Kong Husband:
I’m often asked by my readers about culture differences between me and my husband and I always respond with ‘I probably have more culture differences between my mother in law and me than between us’. And every single time this question comes out we wonder: what was the…
I’ve been learning English for more than 10 years, but I’m still not a good speaker. Such a feeling becomes clearer after I came here. I feel embarrassed when people ask me, How are you? There is such a dialogue in my middle school English textbook. Li Lei : “How are you?” Han Mei : … More Fine, Thank you. And You?
General Tso’s chicken, a sweet, slightly spicy, deep-fried chicken dish, has nothing to do with General Tso Tsungtang. The dish is most commonly regarded as a Hunanese dish, but my friends from there tells me, they will never like such a sweet dish which is not spicy at all. Well…American spicy, means not spicy at all to her. To … More My Patriotic Stomach