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Nissin CUP NOODLE 日清 カップヌードル – World famous popular instant noodles from Japan

Nissin Cup Noodle
You may have seen in grocery stores, may have tasted, or may even be regularly eating the Japan’s famous noodles that can be ready to eat in three minutes after pouring hot water; CUP NOODLE. Today, there are so many different flavors in Japan, yet my most favorite is still Seafood Noodle. In 1958, Momofuku Ando 安藤百福 invented instant noodles “Chikin Ramen” (chicken noodle soup) as...

Manish’s Zodiac Signs Predictions – Dec 2015

ZODIAC SIGNS PREDICTIONS 1215
Aries (21 March – 19 April) - The next four weeks will bring a time for you to make more money and to find new ways to build financial security. You may receive a job offer or opportunity. It is time for you to plan for your financial future and budget and save for the future. You could collaborate with someone to further your...

Society and Culture: Orlando’s Japan Festival and Its Unique Social Experience

Orlando Japan Festival 2015
This was my first time at Orlando's Japan Festival, and it was nothing short of extraordinary. Upon arrival, the energy and interest in the event was obviously apparent. Between the two roads, filled booths of all types, loomed the large main stage in the center where the performances took place. The amount of attendees was remarkable but what was...

YESS Center Continues to Strive for Excellence

I still remember the moment two years ago when I found out that a spot was available for us to open a cultural center in Orlando.  For me, it was a dream come true.  However, I didn’t realize that others had this vision as well.  As time progressed, I have been amazed at the number of people who had...

Orange County Students Attend Mayor Jacobs’ Sixth Annual Youth Leadership Conference

Sixth Annual Youth Leadership Conference
Nearly 250 Orange County Public Schools students from 24 local high schools attended Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs’ sixth annual Youth Leadership Conference (YLC) at Valencia College’s west campus on March 11. Mayor Jacobs created the program for student leaders when she took office in 2011 in an effort to connect students with their local government. About 1,200 local...

Jon Bon Jovi Surprises Chinese Fans with an Classic Romantic Love Song for Chinese Valentine’s Day

Jon Bon Jovi Sings Chinese Love Song for Valentine’s Day in China
With a legendary career spanning 30 years to date, Bon Jovi’s announcement of their China debut in September has generated excitement from millions of Chinese fans across the country. Listen to the track below: As Chinese Valentine’s Day is approaching, Jon Bon Jovi has delivered another special surprise - singing the classic romantic Chinese song The Moon Represents My Heart in...

Young American brothers explore Taiwan and share discoveries from children’s point of view

Tainan City, Taiwan – Three brothers, known as the Coolidge Brothers, are exploring Taiwan and sharing their travel experiences as YouTubers. There are a lot of YouTubers, bloggers and professional travelers with an online presence, but there is no one doing what these boys, known as the XJ2 Crew, are doing.  Johan, age 15, Xander, age 11, and Jaden, age...

Asia Trend Magazine: Exclusive Interview with Far East Movement

Far East Movement
The 1st Asian American group to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #1 with “Like A G6” Far East Movement (FM) is an electro hip hop group based in Los Angeles, California.  Far East Movement has the distinction of being the first Asian-American group to earn a top ten hit on the Mainstream Pop charts in America.  Their single...

Teaching in China – An Eye-Opening Experience of China on the Rise

Mike Cho teaching in China
Michael Cho is a Chinese American, Cantonese to be specific, raised in South America for 10 years. This past summer, he had the opportunity to travel to China as part of a teaching program to teach English to school children in China. He is the co-founder of Impress Ink (www.impressink.com) and a former president of the UCF Chinese American Student Association. He serves on the Asia...

Japan’s First Female Photojournalist is Still Shooting at the Age of 101

Tsuneko Sasamoto
Tsuneko Sasamoto is a renowned Japanese photographer and the country’s first female photo-journalist. But what is more impressive is that at a grand old age of 101, she’s still  taking pictures and documenting the world around her. Sasamoto, who was born in 1914, perseveres in her work despite having broke her hand and both legs last year. She is now undergoing rehab while...
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