Fave Five Costumes

“Keep your goals away from trolls.”

It’s that time of the year again. Now I’m not into spooky and scary. I hate horror books and films. But the occasional dressing up is fine by me.

Halloween boba

Three years ago, I made a list of Asian-inspired costumes that I’ve actually worn or admired. This time, I’m highlighting my fave five:

1. Bruce Lee (top martial artist). My hubby dressed up as him while we were dating–> thus, marriage.

Cute baby Bruce: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/2d/99/22/2d9922af31b4fd003ab408f6f6f89b15.jpg

 

2. Katana (superheroine in DC Comics). How inspiring to have a female Asian crime-fighter! I found out about her while reading Lisa Yee’s Wonder Woman at Super Hero High book.

http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/iRQAAOSwARZXj2fS/s-l300.jpg

 

3. Soy Sauce (who doesn’t love this universal condiment?). Mini soy sauces? Too cute! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/98727416802729065/ 

 

4. Tsum Tsum (the lovable, stackable plushes are super adorable). Here’s a whole group of them: https://ohmy.disney.com/news/2015/10/31/see-the-best-halloween-costumes-from-walt-disney-imagineering/

 

5. Sriracha (the spicy sauce makes a distinctive outfit). https://www.buzzfeed.com/regajha/this-is-the-hottest-halloween-costume-of-the-year

 

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Comments

  1. Did your husband also have some Bruce Lee martial arts moves?

    My husband taught me to like Bruce Lee. His movies were too bloody for me until I learned to appreciate them.

    • Jennifer J. Chow says:

      My husband did take some Shaolin kung fu classes.

      That’s interesting that you mention the bloodiness. I guess I got immune to that since I started watching them early on!

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