Dear Wen Ou,
I just finished listening to your podcast "Losing Home" and I kind of enjoyed it, but it reminded me of something that happen to me 2 years ago. I can relate and I can also learn about your podcast.
One thing you said that stood out for me was "Even my mom's cooking doesn't taste like some of the food I ate back in China". I can relate to this because when I go to Jamaica and stay in the hotels, their food taste way different from the locals who sell food on the street. The hotel food taste like foreign people cooking Jamaican food. But when I go back home, I can really say that even the food they cook in the hotels in Jamaica isnt as bad as the food up here.
Another thing you said that stood out for me was "My mom and I don't talk alot during dinner all you hear is the clicking of plates." The same thing happens when i eat with my family. I don't know if its me, or their just really hungry, because I know my mom and step father won't say certain things around me unless i bring up a topic to talk about. Other then that, all you hear is forks and spoons poking thought the plates.
Well I guess thats it. Thanks for posting your podcast. It was really interesting to learn about different experiences. I hope to hear from you again.