Invigorate your Lily Wong Experience with Book Club Kits, Videos, Recipes, and More!
The Ninja Daughter has powerful themes of family, identity, culture, and women’s empowerment—all of which provide fertile grounds for meaningful discussion.
Enjoy the World of Lily Wong
Lily Wong trains in Ninjutsu, Wushu, and (to a lesser degree) boxing. She began her martial arts experience with Wushu and competed in this beautifully athletic art from childhood through her first year on the UCLA Wushu team. At age twelve she met Sensei, a ninja master, and began training with him in secret. After dedicating herself as a protector of women, Lily augmented her training with Parkour, mountain climbing, running, and biking. Since her mother never allowed Lily to post or be tagged on videos of her performances, we can only share demonstrations by her creator, Tori Eldridge.
PS: If you’d like to see more of Tori’s Tips for self defense, visit her YouTube Channel.
Lily Wong Inspired Recipes
As with Lily, Tori’s home cooking is decidedly Chinese. Fresh garlic, ginger, and scallions are in abundance, and the refrigerator is stocked with hoisin, black bean, and chili garlic sauce. Her go-to marinade involves Sake or Shao Hsing rice cooking wine, soy sauce, and garlic, with Chinese Five Spice and curry powder on hand. She counts her carbs, avoids wheat, but enjoys the occasional short grain brown rice, chow fun, and Shiraki yam noodles. When the weather turns chilly, she often fixes congee or Asian style soup for breakfast, and her most popular Christmas dinner featuring Tori’s Crispy Mandarin Duck!
Recipes the Pan Steamed Snapper and Chicken Cabbage Soup can be found in The Ninja’s Blade Book Club Kit.
Recipes for the Beef Chow Fun and Hoisin Hickory Ribs can be found in The Ninja Daughter Book Club Kit.
Invite Tori to Your Book Club
Supporting Peace Over Violence
In an effort to end domestic and interpersonal violence, a portion of the book sales for THE NINJA DAUGHTER goes to Peace Over Violence, a Los Angeles non-profit building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence.
Supporting Children of the Night
Learn more about Children of the Night, founded by Dr. Lois Lee in 1979, dedicated to rescuing children and young people from prostitution and sexual exploitation.
This noble organization was the inspiration for the fictional non-profit organization and director in The Ninja’s Blade.
Get Tori’s Muse-Letter and a FREE Short Story
Subscribe to Tori’s monthly muse-letter and receive her never before published action-thriller short story, “Tough as Stone.”
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