- Tina Polito on Be Happy, America. And Vigilant.
- Susan Mc on Be Happy, America. And Vigilant.
- Tina Polito on Make Your Holiday Shopping Red, White and Blue. Start Today. #AAMDay.
- deltaflute on Make Your Holiday Shopping Red, White and Blue. Start Today. #AAMDay.
- deltaflute on Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree in American-Made Jeans
Author Archives: Tina Polito
If loyalty is, and always has been, perceived as obsolete, why do we continue to praise it? Because loyalty is essential to the most basic things that make life livable. Without loyalty there can be no love. Without loyalty there … Continue reading
“Disney needs to avoid getting lost in translation, an especially difficult proposition in China. It is a deeply American brand trying to break into a country where the government wants to suppress Western ideals.” –How China Won the Keys to … Continue reading
In researching USA-made gifts for Father’s Day, a couple of thoughts kept nagging at me: Why should anyone care where a product’s been made? Is USA-made even relevant in our increasingly globalized, border-free world? Why not shut up and stop … Continue reading
“There’s a heart and soul to things. Otherwise, what’s the point? My heart and soul is in how I feel about the South. It’s what inspires me. It’s what makes me want to go back home.”—Reese Witherspoon Lunching at Carmel’s … Continue reading
Shuttling among farms, mines and prison camps, he said, he was beaten…and placed in a coffinlike concrete case. He lost 75 pounds before he was released in 1979 when he was 42, three years after Mao’s death. –Harry Wu, Who … Continue reading
The flowers that bloom in the spring, Tra la, Breathe promise of merry sunshine– As we merrily dance and we sing, Tra la, We welcome the hope that they bring, Of a summer of roses and wine, Of a summer … Continue reading
So, I’m at the skincare counter of a local department store the other day chatting with Alice, my favorite makeup / make-over miracle-worker, and she says: “Hey, what’s happening with the blog?” Seriously? She remembers it? After hibernating in my … Continue reading
This blog began on December 31, 2010, with a silly-sounding name: China Ate My Jeans. The idea for the name came from my days as an elementary school teacher. Kids would come up with the most outrageous excuses for not turning in … Continue reading
Arguably the most intriguing business story of the last month has been taking place back in San Francisco, where a group of US developers is planning the biggest real estate expansion there since the 1906 earthquake. The group–which includes Lennar … Continue reading