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The hotel Shangri-La in Kuala Lumpur began a month of celebrations in honor of the culinary traditions of Southeast Asia "Great Food Malaysia". The first part of celebrations already held…

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Goguryeo gave us a magnificent wall paintings in the burial chambers of stone, discovered in South Manchuria - in Tango where to 427 G. was the capital, as well as…

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Culinary traditions of Korea. Kimpap, sticks and Nantes

Koreans consider themselves happy people. Probably because Murphy’s law doesn’t work. Sandwiches in Korea ever oil not falling down because no oil, no them, no they are not. And Yes, the term “sandwich” to them, probably not an ideal fit, except that from the point of view of uniformity of purpose with our bread smeared with butter.

Rice, sliced vegetables, scrambled eggs, ham or fish wrapped in a dry leaf pressed seaweed. The resulting sausage cut into several pieces and “kimbap” Korean sandwich is ready. Sending a child to school, caring mom will definitely put him in the backpack kimpap for lunch.

Wherever there is a Korean student, at school or on excursions, everywhere there is special food area. At the entrance of the wooden Cutlery these children must remove their shoes. Chairs and tables no, Koreans used to eat sitting on the floor, cross-legged. By the way, Korean doctors say that in this situation food is digested best.

Korean grocery market from a variety of dazzled. Most surprising is the virtual absence of flies, the indispensable bazaars of the Russian inmates. They’re not here, even there where they sell fresh seafood. The secret is simple – sticky spiral, and which can be bought at every step. Not all that sold Continue reading

Amazing facts about beer

It is the most attractive to men? Mystery, innuendo, flirtation and playfulness… what would you mark out? Leadership step undoubtedly will get the mind and wit. Want to impress cute deep knowledge about his favourite drink?

Do you wish to stand out in the company of male friends, to draw attention not only to their 60-90-60, but all hold interesting information with you that will seem new and unfamiliar? Then look and unusual but true facts about man’s drink – beer.

Strong beer

Strong Beers contain from 8 to 14 % alcohol, and were first cooked in England in the 19th century. Strong beer color can range from light wheaten to a reddish-brown, and, of course, is intended for slow sipping, not for instant draining a pint.

However, there are such varieties of beer, a fortress which 21, even 23 and 29 degrees. An example of such a beer – Hair of the Dog’s Dave, released in England in 1994 and is currently the strongest beer in the world.

Beer that can ruin

Check out the pub “Pivotal” in London, and there You will be offered the most elite beer, Vielle Bon Seco at a cost of about $ 1,000.

The “burning” beer

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Japan, Culture of Japan, cities of Japan, geography and nature of Japan, economy and politics of Japan

Japan is an island country located in the northwestern part of the Pacific ocean. It is located on four large Islands – the island. Honshu, the island. Hokkaido island. Shikoku and the island. Kyushu, and also on many surrounding small Islands (about 3 thousand). The total area of the Islands of Japan – about 370 thousand sq. km. The climate of Japan is generally humid, the sea, but in the North, it is temperate, and in the South, subtropical and tropical – monsoon, the summers are quite hot across the country, but the humidity is very high and frequent typhoons.

Government Japan is a Constitutional monarchy, head of state, nominally, is the Emperor (Mikado), however, in Japan, as in some European countries, the title “Emperor” is a symbol of nationhood and unity of the nation. The legislature in Japan, represented by a bicameral Parliament consisting of two chambers – the House of councillors and House of representatives. The Prime Minister is elected by Parliament and approved by the Emperor.

The Islands of modern Japan were settled around the 8th Millennium BC and the early formation of the state and the political unification of the country occurred in the Yamato period ( 300-700 ad), and the capital is located on the Yamato plain, Continue reading