Winnipeg’s Plum Blossom Kung Fu & Tai Chi sees uptick in self-defence class students … [Read more...] about Winnipeg’s Plum Blossom Kung Fu & Tai Chi sees uptick in self-defence class students
The cultural exchange program took place with the theme ‘Cultural space of the southern region’ and aims to introduce young delegates of SSEAYP to Vietnam’s history, culture, people,its land as well as with the Doi Moi (Renewal) process. During the event, international youths explored and experienced the cultural characteristics of Vietnam’s southern region by gaining insights into the art of Don ca tai tu music and songs in southern Vietnam, calligraphy art, and enjoyed traditional costumes such as wearing an ao ba ba (a blouse worn by southerners). Representatives from the HCMC Youth Cultural House proudly highlighted the unique folk musical art of Don ca tai tu as the art form was recognized by UNESCO as a piece of intangible cultural heritage. This was also the art form that local youths wished to introduce to young international delegates along with the lifestyles of southerners. Nguyen Van Hieu, deputy director of the HCMC Youth Cultural House, … [Read more...] about SSEAYP delegates explore the art of Don ca tai tu in HCM City
Strange as it may sound, Kalka Das Marg in Mehrauli could be mistaken for the Rue de Barres in Paris. With an assortment of chic designer boutiques, cosy Cafés and upmarket eateries nestled amidst monuments and ruins, this stylish stretch of road now has a new addition in Bo-Tai, a modern Thai bar and grill from the Massive Restaurants portfolio. The idea of opening a “progressive” Thai eatery came to restaurateur Zorawar Kalra nearly six months ago when he first saw the space. It finally led to a contemporary presentation of a cuisine, the potential of which has not ... … [Read more...] about Bo-Tai in Delhi: How much can a restaurant experiment with Thai food?
Din Tai Fung, the international chain of dumpling restaurants once recognized by the New York Times among the top ten restaurants in the world, appears to be planning its first Oregon location. That's according to a business license first spotted by Eater PDX for a "Din Tai Fung (Washington Square) Restaurant, LLC," registered with the Secretary of State in late December, 2017. That name indicates a restaurant could be headed for Washington Square, the mall just off Oregon 217 near the Portland-Beaverton border. Details remain sparse. Din Tai Fung has yet to make an official announcement, and did not immediately respond to an email requesting comment (or, let's be honest, a dozen other emails I've sent over the past 10 years asking when they would come to Portland). Until then, here's a Q&A that details everything we know so far: Wait, I didn't read the intro. What's happening? Soup dumpling destination Din Tai Fung … [Read more...] about Is Din Tai Fung coming to Portland? Here’s what we know so far
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