Style and Food Blogger Profiles Wanted

Prospere Magazine/DelectablyChic! will be launching regular blogger (every other week) profiles in the near future.  Do you have a style or food-related blog and would you want to be profiled by Prospere Magazine/DelectablyChic!?  If you are, please send us an e-mail letting us know why you and your blog should be profiled on our site.  Food […]

Not Liking GMail Right Now

Cynthia Cheng I have two YouTube accounts.  One for this site and another, which I’ve used for both personal and Shorty Stories videos since 2007.  Lately, I’ve been having trouble accessing the latter account.  Why?  Because it’s now associated with a GMail address, one which I’ve forwarded to another.  One which I no longer have […]

Love You Jez, But You Don't Always 'Get It' Re: Diversity

Cynthia Cheng I’m a regular reader of Jezebel.  I love commenting on celebrities as well as controversial issues, but sometimes, I feel that the typical reader there doesn’t quite “get it.”  Or at least, they don’t “get” me.  Especially when it comes to ethnicity.  Like most American-based message boards, race and ethnicity usually means black […]

Immigration Sob Stories Boring and Not Interesting

Cynthia Cheng Why is it that every story the media report on regarding immigrants has to be borderline depressing?  It’s always about not being able to find jobs, or kids not fitting in.  Going as far back as movies like the Jazz Singer, the immigrant child always has some sort of culture clash with the […]

A More International, Sophisticated Perspective Needed Online

Cynthia Cheng Many blogs don’t seem to have an international perspective.  These sites, usually run by people who’re multigenerational, don’t seem to understand those who are children or grandchildren of immigrants.  Whenever non-multigeneration people posts something that multigenerationers feel is incorrect, there seems to be a reason to “correct” them.  It’s as if old culture influences is not […]

Prospere Magazine's Five Best of the Decade List

What are the five best things this decade?  Considering that much of this decade has been a bit on the tacky side to Prospere Magazine, it was actually easier to come up with five worst things than five BEST things!  However, we were able to come up with the following: USB Drive: One of the […]

e-Art in the Park

The Soap Opera and the Resist for Change

Earlier this week, CBS announced that it was cancelling its last Procter & Gamble sponsored soap, As the World Turns later this year.  Guiding Light, the longest running soap in history (dates back to the radio days) will also be leaving television.   There will be  only six traditional afternoon soaps left on television.  People just […]

Readers OK with 'Older' Relatives on Friends List

ILast week’s question asked whether you “friended” older relatives on social networking sites you participated in.  Half of you, at 50% said that you did.  I guess we’re a mature bunch here (LOL)!  14.3% of you said that you’d never do it – you don’t want to know about their lives, nor do you want […]

Poll: Do You 'Friend' Older Relatives on Social Networking Sites?

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