chopsticks 

Bring Your Own Chopsticks, Save a Tree

B.Y.O.C. and save a tree. Credit: Bambeco
We were shocked when we learned that 100 acres of forests are cut down in China every day to make 45 billion pairs of disposable wooden chopsticks. But rather than give up our beloved General Tso's Chic...
Did you know that 100 acres of forests are cut down in China every day to make 45 billion pairs of disposable wooden chopsticks?

How to spot a really cool Father's Day gift

It seems to me that the best kind of gift is something that is totally cool but also totally unnecessary. Clothes are definitely a necessity; they're no fun to get. The same goes with ordinary tools-of-the-trade sort of thing, even if they're for a f...

I still carry a torch

It was just over a year ago that I started writing for BloggingBaby, the precursor to ParentDish. (I got it in my head that it was the 26th, but it was actually the 21st.) The first story I did was "The night the lights went out at Ikea" and, yes, I ...

"Chopstick test" part of school's admission process

It is a good thing that I'm not a potential student at a selective Japanese school for girls. Students applying for the private high school must pass a test in which they use chopsticks to pick up marbles and other small objects. The vice principal ...

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