Sunday, November 18, 2018
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Celebrate with Cake! Cuteness “Hello Kitty” and “Pompompurin” Cakes

Hong Kong is packed with cute stuff from Sanrio characters we love. Today we show you some very sweets cakes that we discovered during the last trip. Aren’t they just adorable? There are basically two types of character cakes: The ones that are really shaped like the figures such as the Hello Kitty and Pompompurin cakes you can currently get at the Hong Kong’s Maxim’s cakes. We hope they...

WELCOME TO JAPANESE FOOD CULTURE IN PALM BAY, FLORIDA: IRASHAI 2

Walking into the small venue, I hear voices and see bodies moving. Suddenly, I am being hugged. I later learn that it’s the owner, Mimi. She’s of shorter stature but I can tell right away that she has a spirit of immense strength and grace. We talk a bit regarding the Friday rush and I’m introduced to Melissa, her manager....

Dreams will come true if you believe

Central Florida Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival 2015
I admit that the Central Florida Dragon Parade and Lunar New Year Festival is the biggest thing I have ever done so far in my life. This crazy idea came into life four years ago when the Executive Director of Mills 50 Joanne Grant reached out to me through Ricky Ly for ways to promote the Mills 50 District to...

Sushi-go-round : 回転寿司

Conveyor belt sushi (Japanese: 回転寿司), literally "rotation sushi", also called sushi-go-round (くるくる寿司 kuru kuru sushi), is a form of fast-food sushi common in Japan. In Australia, it is also known as a sushi train. Where the plates with the sushi are placed on a rotating conveyor belt or moat that winds through the restaurant and moves past every table and...

Japanese culture, food, and excitement at the Orlando Japan Festival

Orlando Japan Festival 2015
The Orlando Japan Festival is an annual event put on by the Japan Association of Orlando, the local Orlando Japanese community, and is one of my favorite events of the year – where you can have a taste of the street food from Japan like takoyaki octopus balls to gyu don beef rice bowls, and of course sushi, all...

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary while giving back to the community

Shinjung Korean Restaurant
Photos: Sam Park & C.K. Lau (To view the photo album, visit www.facebook.com/asiatrend) Orlando Downtown Shinjung Korean Restaurant celebrated the 20th anniversary on September 11. Restaurant manager Michael Lee came up an idea to give back to the community, seniors and veterans by preparing 500 complimentary bento boxes to his patron from 11:30 am to 4 pm. The restaurant has also donated more than $300 which came from theextra...

A New Year, A Healthier You

A New Year, A Healthier You - Jamie Luu
This new year is the perfect time to start a healthier diet after a long winter full of indulgence. Whether you spent this holiday at home, taking visitors to your favorite local food places or traveling and exploring new foods, you can probably agree that more than fifty percent of your activities were centered on eating. Though there is nothing like...

A Korean BBQ Lover’s Birthday Cake

Hanwoo
Hanwoo (한우) is sort of the Korean equivalent of Japanese Wagyu: It's a breed of cattle native to Korea. If you love Korean barbecue beef, you must visit this Korean restaurant to celebrate your birthday! The Samjeongjib 삼정집 Korean restaurant in Seoul was once visited by many TVs, and their unique dish - Korean Hanwoo Birthday Cake, became a popular birthday...

The Minions are Taking Over Hong Kong

mccafe-hong-kong-minions-menu-2015
Who doesn't love the yellow minions? As the Minions movie hits the big screens in the world this summer, Minions fever hits McDonald’s Hong Kong and the Shatin shopping mall. Photos: Ada Wong McDonald’s in Hong Kong have Happy Meal toys and strawberry banana yogurt as part of a worldwide McDonald's x Minions movie tie-in, including a whole set of Minions...

6 Food to Eat for Autumn Health

Autumn Food
According to Chinese Medicine, Autumn is the season of harvest, organization, protecting boundaries, and shedding what is unnecessary while contracting and preserving what is essential, in order to prepare and store for the coming winter.  As microcosms of the universe, we too, are bound by this cycle that occurs in nature. In Chinese Medicine, the Autumn season is characteristic of a dry...
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