I have been living a lie. I’m not who I thought I was. Apparently, everything I knew about myself is now in question.
It’s the sticky rice dilemma
It’s the holiday season again. I like the holidays, mind you, but it does get complicated. In fact, I have questions. For example…
Wayne’s Worlds: The United Federation of Asian Perfect-ness
I am a superhero. I’ve always known there was something different about me but until recently I couldn’t quite put my finger on it.
WAYNE’S WORLDS: Summer heat brings burning feet
I am an expert in climate change.
WAYNE’S WORLDS: A time to laugh, but no, not today
To be honest, I’d rather be writing about how the laundry detergent pods keep disappearing from our laundry room.
Wayne’s Worlds: A case of curious stares
Has anyone ever written a humor column about having seizures during Covid? Looks like I’m about to try.
A winter wonderland without the winter
The Winter Olympics has been an Olympian effort, if I ever saw one.
WAYNE’S WORLDS: A reset and a miniature dragon
It’s time for a reset.
The art and benefit of Asian stereotypes
Growing up as an Asian American, I was always cautioned that all stereotypes were bad.
Turning the tables on American cuisine
Last week, my wife Maya and I went to a neighbor’s house for “Yappy Hour.”
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