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The annual Capital M Literary Festival begins March 2, celebrating the best in fiction, literary non-fiction, journalism, arts, poetry and more with a glorious mix of writers from around the world and at home in [...]Continue Reading →
CNN iReporters ranked Chinese century eggs (pídàn, 皮蛋) as number one revolting food in the world, surprising many Chinese. Recently, Chinese netizens actively joined two polls on Sina’s Weibo. The results are as follows:
Most revolting foods in the west: Stinky cheese, pungent stench Medium-rare beef, too bloody Escargot [...]Continue Reading →
On 21 March, 2010 By Shanti Christensen (湘緹)
Chengdu, Sichuan, CHINA — Today is one of those days I live for. I arrived at the house of the Luo family, greeted downstairs by their good little boy Luo Xiao. Luo Xiao, age 10, escorted Adeline and I up to his family’s apartment and maintained a sweet conversation with [...]Continue Reading →
On 12 March, 2010 By Shanti Christensen (湘緹)
I’ve enjoyed hobnobbing digitally with food enthusiasts online via blogs and Twitter. Recently, I’ve published Chinese versions of my blogs onto Sina, with hopes to connect with more food fans and project participants. The experience has been encouraging.
Tonight, I was invited to an art show showcasing collaboration between [...]Continue Reading →
On 26 February, 2010 By Shanti Christensen (湘緹)
I’m half Filipino from my mother’s side, and my other half is mostly Danish American. I like to talk about my family a lot on this site because a lot of things in life I associate with my family. There are a lot of things our parents try to teach us, but when you’re young [...]Continue Reading →
On 14 February, 2010 By Shanti Christensen (湘緹)