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General Discussion / I have to say this was a really good Hmong film
« on: November 12, 2019, 11:40:12 AM »
I would have to agree that this was a really good Hmong short horror/comedy film all in one. I really enjoyed the movie and a few scenes got me pretty freaked out  ;D
Ib Tsug 13 Hnub Official Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iambN1erizc


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General Discussion / hello from sunny san diego
« on: October 31, 2019, 10:39:51 AM »
well, i'm now back home from my foodcation...a nd it's soooooooo cold here in the valley ...a temperature drop of -10 to 20 degrees  :( :(

Day 1, dinner at La Puerta.. crazy downtown diego, Gaslamp...it was crazy bz as they had a halloween event going on



shrimp tacos (looks like salad from this view)



























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General Discussion / Happy Friday
« on: September 27, 2019, 11:24:47 AM »
Bitter sweet last year for her crops as the property owner will be utilizing this land for something else...

Last night my mother and I spent the evening picking peppers to store up for the rest of the season ...here's what 2 hours got me











this Tom's rainboot came in pretty handy  :P



mint for days



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General Discussion / today's show and tell - Happy Thursday
« on: September 26, 2019, 03:34:20 PM »
Hi Kids,

the many Hmong New Year festivities are coming up ...

This year I added this piece into my collection...p icture does no justice, it's much more vibrant in person...these are all handmade by my father's nieces in Thailand...





This collar top is so convenient...i don't have to actually wear on a dress shirt ...word of advice, buy it from Amazon and not from those FB Hmong sellers, it's so much more cheaper on Amazon ...one size fits all... (https://www.amazon.com/YAKEF-Half-Shirt-Detachable-Chiffon-Collars/dp/B078JGNRF3/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=lady+shirt+false+collar+lace&qid=1569530025&s=gateway&sr=8-1)





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General Discussion / Happy Monday
« on: August 05, 2019, 09:19:59 AM »
Foodieland Night Market this past weekend in Berkeley, CA

too crowded and longest wait ever for food...still perfer the Canada/Richmond Night Market... we were on our way back from the bay and decided to just check it out on the way...










hot cheetos corn dog






































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General Discussion / Happy Thursday - today's snapshot
« on: June 27, 2019, 04:13:01 PM »
Because I didn't want to deal w/ the crazy traffic in the bay area aka San Francisco, I decided to take the Amtrak (train) for a wrk summit ...




















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General Discussion / Happy Wednesday
« on: June 12, 2019, 12:47:57 PM »
aside from our egoistic and sometimes self delusional opinions... i hope we can put those aside and agree to disagree...

do you thank god that u do not know or need to associate yourself w/ some of these phers in real life?  :P ....i come in peace...

random snapshots

Papaya platter


for some reason, i like the original mexican served mangonada instead...i've tried restaurant served smoothie mangonada and none compared to the rolling cart ones the mexican sells at the street corner


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General Discussion / Gastro of Thrones
« on: May 30, 2019, 04:18:07 PM »
who needs this in their bathroom?  :D


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that is Free? say I want to record a favorite song played from youtube...

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General Discussion / deceiving travels
« on: February 14, 2019, 11:27:13 AM »
saw this on a post so thought i'll share

Happy V-day everyone!






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General Discussion / Happy Thursday (Vegas trip photos)
« on: February 07, 2019, 10:58:54 AM »
nothing much as everyone probably already seen these places...but here are the foods

Day 1, landed and we went to eat at a restaurant called District One Kitche & Bar

This was the most expensive pho I've ever had  :o @ $49  :o :o was it worth it? well not the price and quantity, but the broth was actually pretty tasteful. All I needed to add was a bit of the Siracha sauce and the flavoring was perfect. I guess #YOLO





the rest of my sibling's food


the papaya salad was too much meskas fusion that it tasted nothing like authentic thai papaya salad



the Pork Buns was actually yummy...we had the fried one and the non fried one


the Matcha Thai Tea wasn't worth the $6 they charged...too bland and bitter


beef salad


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General Discussion / Happy Thursday! My southern cali foodie adventure
« on: January 24, 2019, 01:12:04 PM »
Day 1 ...landed and went out for pho
Pho 79 in Garden Grove, CA...I'm not a big fan of ox tail nor blood in my pho, but my galfriends love it...I personally didn't like their broth, it's too heavy for me...



one of my galfriend is a Hello Kitty fanatic so she wanted to visit the Hello Kitty café @ Spectrum Mall in Irvine, CA....I can't believe that u will have to book months in advance just to do their hi tea  :o :o







For dinner we decided to visit the Diamond Jamboree Plaza in Irvine filled w/ college kids...

PepperLunch







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General Discussion / it's that time of the year again
« on: November 20, 2018, 11:27:42 AM »
One more month and nyob zoo xyoo tshiab - aka Happy New Year

and Happy Early Thanksgiving to all

resharing from previous year






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As we only have about a little less than a month left for our annual Hmong New Year festivities in my city...figured I could try to put together something quick for my baby nieces...

I used to watch my mother make this out of cardboard boxes and seeing her wrap all the yarn in her hand was so very time consuming

(this is just a test version of the pom poms so that's why it's not perfect)











after making several, I learned that the thickness of a yarn/thread matters and if u want one like the ones sent from oversea, you'll have to use the smaller yarn



these amelican yarn are not meant for hmong hat pom poms, but whatever works (for now) ...




and a very sharp scissor is easier to work with...but so very expensive  :-\ :-\ (even after coupons  :P )







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General Discussion / car question : what could be draining the battery?
« on: October 22, 2018, 11:32:45 AM »
hello folks, the good thing is I got my darn battery replaced ....the bad news is I'm trying to figure out what could have been the cause of the battery draining so fast? I've had brand new cars in the past and don't remember having to change the battery this early on in the stage?  :-\ :-\  (maybe because it was a Honda  :P)

now to a Toyota (rav4)
short story, bought the car when it was only 11 miles (test drove) back in Sept. 2016. it's only been 2 years and 42 days since this past Saturday that I had to replace the factory installed battery

I don't recall any signs of battery outage at all while driving this thing around  ???

went and got gas, car wash and vacuum...while vacuuming, I remembered leaving my doors opened to air out the dust and the lights were probably on causing the battery outage but it was no more than 5 mins. then I got stuck inside the vacuuming terminal  :'( had to call husband 911 to drop everything and come help drag and push the car out  :P

I've googled everything I could to try to virtually diagnosed or figured out my issue so maybe I could avoid it in the future but there's just too many info...so here I am relying on pher's personal experience (if any)  :P








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