Posts Tagged: Food

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Urban Inspiration: Events I wish I could attend…

I have had a running list of events I find inspiring, but for one reason or another I can not attend, sitting on my desk for a while now. For the benefit of those that might be able to make it I

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Urban Inspiration: Events I wish I could attend…

I have had a running list of events I find inspiring, but for one reason or another I can not attend, sitting on my desk for a while now. For the benefit of those that might be able to make it I

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Celebrating Lunar New Year Abroad

February 19, 2015 marked the first day of the Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival as it is known in China. While it is still very much winter here in Ithaca, there were still many of us that found

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Celebrating Lunar New Year Abroad

February 19, 2015 marked the first day of the Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival as it is known in China. While it is still very much winter here in Ithaca, there were still many of us that found

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Gleaning from local farms to urban tables

Food is both a necessity and a luxury for many today. In particular the local food movement, although thriving in the U.S., is still unaffordable for some compared to cheaper mass-produced items at a supermarket. Thankfully cities like New York

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Gleaning from local farms to urban tables

Food is both a necessity and a luxury for many today. In particular the local food movement, although thriving in the U.S., is still unaffordable for some compared to cheaper mass-produced items at a supermarket. Thankfully cities like New York

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Food in Singapore: Everywhere but Nowhere

Singaporeans love food. As Anthony Bourdain said, “New York may be the city that never sleeps but Singapore is the city that never stops eating.” The variety of food alone is amazing. Being an incredibly multi-ethnic city the “local” dishes

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Food in Singapore: Everywhere but Nowhere

Singaporeans love food. As Anthony Bourdain said, “New York may be the city that never sleeps but Singapore is the city that never stops eating.” The variety of food alone is amazing. Being an incredibly multi-ethnic city the “local” dishes

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Urbanization Notes #1

“China takes aim at rural influx” by demolishing low cost schools How New York City sold public housing in the 1930s Food deserts in American cities are a solvable problem What does 7 Billion people on earth mean for our

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Urbanization Notes #1

“China takes aim at rural influx” by demolishing low cost schools How New York City sold public housing in the 1930s Food deserts in American cities are a solvable problem What does 7 Billion people on earth mean for our

A traditional market in Hong Kong

Hong Kong

In a few days I will be traveling to Hong Kong for two weeks to take an NYU course on Global Food Cultures in Hong Kong. Although the class is about food I am hoping to use this opportunity to

A traditional market in Hong Kong

Hong Kong

In a few days I will be traveling to Hong Kong for two weeks to take an NYU course on Global Food Cultures in Hong Kong. Although the class is about food I am hoping to use this opportunity to