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Sun umbrella, or parasol, whatever the name, it is a portable shade against the sun. Mine also withstands rain so I am protected no matter what the weather. It is better than a hat because it provides coverage to my … Continue reading
“A Reunified Painting Stirs Big Thoughts in China and Taiwan” Two halves of a painting are displayed together and thoughts turn to politics. But in reality, it probably won’t amount to anything. The Taiwanese museum staff are cautious of the … Continue reading
I remember as a child that the rice cooker was used for many things besides cooking rice. It could be used as a steamer and for making soups. I got really excited when I saw Kimberly’s post, “Mom’s All in … Continue reading