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A Night in Shanghai

 

A Samsonite full of stroopwafels and chocolate

Amsterdam – Frisian Islands -Denmark – Southern Sweden – Baltics – Russia – Mongolia – Beijing – Xian – Shanghai. In other words: Avoiding Ukraine.

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Good morning Shanghai!

People ask me what the difference is between Korean, Chinese and Japanese food. You gotta try them to know. Spices, I say. The Chinese use the biggest variety of spices of the three.

My poor Chinese skills telling me this is “Cold tea”, containing “water, white sugar, and black tea”

A bento from FamilyMart. Smart that there’s two layers of packaging: one box for the rice, one for the sides. Korean bento makers should do this too.

Sweet sausage: Chinese cooking sure is adventurous.

“Tomato water”. Revolutionary. And confusing.

Seriously. Who does this?

Goodbye Shanghai. See you soon!

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Internationally lost since 2000, Emily was born in Seoul, raised in India, and has been living and studying in France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands since 2014. A translator and interpreter by profession, she enjoys talking and debating just about anything.

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