LUCKYRICE Asian Food & Culture Festival Returns to NYC in May

LUCKYRICE Asian Food & Culture Festival Returns to NYC in May
Mark your calendars for the first week of May, because the LUCKYRICE Festival is back in town, bringing with it top chefs from Asia, Hawaii and across the United States, for a week of Asian food and culture events that take the concept of food festivals …
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Oberlin Students Think Americanized Asian Food Is Cultural Appropriation. They’re So Wrong.
Americanized Chinese food is not cultural appropriation. Photo Illustration by Joe Raedle/Getty Images When I was little, my Singaporean-Chinese family used to go out for dim sum in L.A.’s Chinatown. Squished between a million other families, we’d sit …
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America’s Hunger For Asian Food May Finally Be Catching Up To Danielle Chang
Talk about being ahead of the curve. Danielle Chang brought the first Asian-style night market to Brooklyn back in 2010, long before regional Thai and Vietnamese became buzzy cuisines in major American cities, and a full half-decade before Anthony Bourdain …
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