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where have all my websites gone? — April 23, 2022

where have all my websites gone?

I woke up this morning, in the usual way.. but this one is very different. All my websites are gone. Just gone gone. I’m on tech support and they’re investigating. This is not good. Countless hours of work in the thousands. Not sure I’ve reached the mythical 10,000 hours mark. Vanished into thin air?

I’ve been blogging 20 years, podcasting for over 10 years, a handful of other websites for good things, and they’re just gone. I have some backups, one website at a time, but it’s going to take many hours to restore and reconstruct. Lord help me.

To retrace my history, have to think up and recall all the websites that are affected, since I didn’t keep track of all of that. Let’s see, here’s what I’m remembering and noting, as I work on (some) restoration, and it’s making me wonder if I’m going to restore everything, or just some things.

DJ Chuang websites #restored #restored (the first 3 years)

w** (not crawled by internet)

My websites and blogs scattered elsewhere

After the Weekend Update

Considerations in Caring for Chinese Elders, in Mandarin 照顾年迈的父母 — April 5, 2022

Considerations in Caring for Chinese Elders, in Mandarin 照顾年迈的父母

The season of life that’s most challenging is caring for elderly parents. It’s hard for any parent-child relationship. And there are particular challenges in a Chinese American family, some of which regarding the nuances of navigating Chinese cultural traditions and expectations. Every family and every person is different.

人生中最具挑战性的季节是照顾年迈的父母。 任何亲子关系都很难。 美国华裔家庭也面临着特殊的挑战,其中一些挑战与驾驭中国文化传统和期望的细微差别有关。 每个家庭和每个人都是不同的。

Here are 2 talks from a seminar at Chinese Bible Church of Maryland (CBCM); audios are in Chinese Mandarin.

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Does Brave or Safari give more battery life on 2014 MacBook Air? — November 9, 2021
What happened to — September 10, 2021

What happened to

Next Gener.Asian Church was a team blog about the collision of faith and Asian American culture that lived on the Web from 20062018.

This was its description:

Next Gener.Asian Church is a collaborative team blog to discuss issues facing Asian American culture and the Christian faith. Our contributors come from different ethnic Asian American backgrounds and a diverse range of theological perspectives with the common goal of seeing Jesus Christ magnified in our cultural contexts as well as our culture at large.

And, it was the website where An Open Letter to the Evangelical Church from the Asian American Community was posted in 2013.

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Scoville Heat Units of Gringo Bandito Hot Sauces — August 28, 2021