by Angela Louie
Have you ever lived in a foreign land and have you been homesick for some comfort food? I’m sure that every foreign student has this experience. When I first came from Hong Kong to study in U.S. many years ago, one thing I missed the most was the soup that my mom made. The soup that is slow cooked for many hours and rich in flavors and color. If you are Cantonese, you know what kind of soup I’m talking about.
In March 2016, Pastor Alan Lee, my congregation pastor, had a vision to outreach the Cantonese speaking students at San Jose State University (SJSU). The “Soup Club” idea popped up. We decided to bring home-made soup to campus and serve the students during lunch once a week. Read more