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FoodIndian, Italian, Lebanese, Spanish, Thai, Nepalese, Moroccan, Chinese; we all have our favourite foods. Increasingly, we enjoy diversity and variety and rotate our cuisine accordingly. New flavours and textures seem initially alien; yet how soon we can educate our palates and develop a taste for them. How soon we can yearn for that exotic dish. ...
China’s ethnic policies: are we on the same page yet?Written by Jackie Sheehan. In the run-up to this year’s “two meetings” in Beijing, a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) said an interesting thing (they warned us the Year of the Horse would be full of surprises): Zhu Weiqun, chairman of the CPPCC’s ethnic and religious affairs committee, stated that China ...
Excess of ThoughtIt is assessment time again. It comes in waves – you can see it coming but never know how powerful it’ll be when it hits. Well, it’s third year and the assessment wave is pretty darn powerful. My eyes have already started going flat and fuzzy from staring at my computer screen; I can’t decide ...