Shoji Arts Blog
Dear Community and Clients.
Thank you! Without all of you, I wouldn’t be able to see Shoji Arts turn 6 months old today.Read More
Happy API Heritage Month! Here are some community resources I’ve compiled, just in case you are interested.Read More
It is not enough to look at hate with a racial subcategory directed toward Asians, much as there are important issues to speak on with regard to cultural portrayals or misrepresentation or underrepresentation in the media, cultural appropriation, erasure, and so on.Read More
At its base, Shoji Arts is about health. Health for the whole body, mind and spirit. Health for ourselves and health for our communities.Read More
Knolwedge is Power. What do Martin Luther King, Jr., Thich Nhat Hanh, and José Rizal have in common? Read more to find out. In today’s post I honor José Rizal, conceived by many people as the beloved national hero of the Philippines.Read More
There’s Lola, my grandmother, with my brother and her anthirium. It’s Christmas in Naples, Florida, 1988. I know I’ve been into the retro photos lately, as my aunt has passed them on. But upon seeing the anthirium plant, I couldn’t help but post again. I have an anthirium in my home right now and also…Read More