Cynthia has lived, studied, worked and parented in more than a dozen cities in four continents. Born in the Philippines, she is of Chinese heritage -- although she has never been to China, unless we count a few stopovers in Hong ...Read More
A stat-head’s outlook, direct from his worn in couch cushion.
A busy Tuesday made for quiet Wednesday for MLB teams moving and shaking.
The specifics are not yet clear, but Fielder is headed to Texas and Kinsler to Detroit.
The National League MVP seems to be a wide open race, while Mike Trout hopes to beat out Miguel Cabrera in the AL.
Can Clayton Kershaw get the unanimous vote? Will Max Scherzer bring the Cy Young back to Detroit?
Playing Through covers the world of PGA golf, as well as tips your the average golfer to play better.
Wall Street news for retail investors who want to know what's going on.
Does it take over 25 years in public service to really know what goes on in Washington?
All of the world’s problems, solved on your back porch
There is a story behind every election, every politician, every event. And it is often found in numbers.
Cynthia has lived, studied, worked and parented in more than a dozen cities in four continents. Born in the Philippines, she is of Chinese heritage -- although she has never been to China, unless we count a few stopovers in Hong Kong -- and is now a Japanese citizen living in New York City.
She has a hard time answering the question, "Where are you from?" She likes to think of herself as a nomad, or even a hermit crab, toting her home around on her back.
Even while traveling all over the world, Cynthia was able to raise a fantastic daughter -- kind, easy-going, and with admission offers from Harvard, Yale and Princeton, to boot! Right now, she's looking forward to attending her daughter's college graduation in the spring, but in the meantime, she is keeping busy, taking classes at the French Culinary Institute, and offering seminars on international parenting and child-rearing in general.