Mulan 2020: A Retelling, Not a Remake

Nothing can quite compare to the memories, the feelings, and unique space that exists when you see yourself reflected on the big screen as a child. For me, that special spot, those memories and feelings belong to Disney’s 1998 animated Mulan. I’ve previously written about how much that movie and the character of Mulan meant and continue to mean to me to this day (LINK). … Continue reading Mulan 2020: A Retelling, Not a Remake

Reflections | May 2019

Sometimes one needs a change. You’ve got to switch things up and move things around. Start afresh. Doing the same thing over and over again gets repetitive. You feel like you’re stuck, that you’re stagnating, and that you’ve lost the momentum to move forward. May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPIH) in the US. It’s been a month … Continue reading Reflections | May 2019

Backlist Breakdown | Young Adult Fiction

One of the reading goals I have for 2019 is to tackle the backlists books on my TBR list. It’s not a goal I take on lightly considering the size of my TBR list, which is frighteningly large, but I am stubborn enough to try. I’ve chosen to take the summer off school so I’m going to try and read a lot over the next … Continue reading Backlist Breakdown | Young Adult Fiction