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Korean Culture Summer Camp & Korean Food Festival keeps Korean culture alive

Korean Culture Summer Camp & Korean Food Festival
Korean American Association of Central Florida hosted the 2nd annual Korean Culture Camp at the Orlando Korean Presbyterian Church from July 15th to July 19th followed by the Korean Food Festival on July 19th at the Eastmonte Civic Center. The purpose of the camp is to provide Korean cultural education to the Korean Americans at the Greater Orlando area. (Several) overseas teachers from Korea spent a week...

Starbucks Promoting Japanese Tea Ceremony Culture

Japan's Starbucks crossover the old-fashioned "Maruha Tea Garden" to promote the Japanese tea ceremony culture with the Kaga Bar White Chocolate Slush. Which was limited during the launching promotion. In addition, 8 small and fresh style Starbucks Cups are also appearing in succession.

Taking a Private Ramen Booth at home

Ichiran Ramen
It’s not hard finding great ramen in Tokyo. Ichiran, which has many restaurants throughout Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, is actually known for something else besides its popular restaurants: In Asia, the company sells boxes of its instant ramen that many consider the finest of the packet genre extant. It fetches a rather high price, five packs of instant ramen...

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....

The Sunshine State Gives a Warm and Sunny Welcome to Florida’s First Jollibee

Jollibee
Throngs of Jollibee fans line up to welcome the Philippines' most-loved fast food chain to the Southeast's first location While the Northeast braved intense snow storms this week, it was all sunshine and smiles for Floridian Jollibee fans who patiently waited in line to get a taste of their Jollibee favorites. The first patrons camped out as early as 2 AM to...

Illustration to spread ramen love

I am a noodle freak. I crave for noodle almost everyday. I like to try different kinds of noodle, but nothing can beat ramen! That's the reason why I designed The Ramen Poster, the first ramen poster that introduced 25 different regional ramen recipes in Japan.  After making the first ramen poster, my passion for ramen did not end...

Cat Egg Molds Lets You Make Kitty-Side Up Eggs Breakfast

Cat Egg Molds
Cat-Shaped Egg Mold Cooking isn’t just about eating. It’s about expression, creativity, love and most of all fun. My mission is to bring fun food to the masses and what better to do that with than EGGS?! They’re round, they’re nutritious and absolutely ADORABLE. If you want to make cat-shaped eggs of your own, then check them out!  Egg Addiction  

Festival of Indonesia: Unity in Diversity

The Festival of Indonesia had an excellent turnout. The goal was to spread awareness of the rich cultural diversity of the Indonesian islands and it did just that. The food stalls filled with halls with the Indonesian cuisine’s unique aromas, while the other stalls ranged from clothes and jewelry to art and decorative items. Indonesians from all around the...

Trending Mooncakes to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival

Do you like traditional mooncake which is made with lotus seed paste and salted egg yolk or modern mooncakes in different flavors such as snow-skinned strawberry cheese, alcohol-infused Snow-skinned and macaroon? What are mooncakes and why do Chinese people eat them? Mooncake (月饼, 月餅, yuè bĭng) is a Chinese bakery product traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival (Zhongqiujie). The festival is...

Discover This Drink: Makgeolli

Makgeolli is traditional Korean rice wine that is gaining its popularity in Korea among Generation X and Millennials (those who are born in 1965-1993). The native drink to Korea, has been around since the 9th century Goryeo Dynasty -- in the reign of King Taejo -- the drink, however, in its modern times has largely fall flat in...
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