Nandita’s recipes are mostly vegetarian, and they cover a pretty good range of regional food, and there are recipes for dishes that you’d only be able to find in home cooking, which is great.
Sanjeev Kapoor also has a ton of books, some of which are focused on vegetarian cooking. I have “Mastering the Art of Indian… Read more
Oops, sorry it’s taken me so long to reply. I think this recipe may be the closest one online: https://theburningkitchen.com/chicken-rice-recipe/. However, I’m not too sure about cooking the rice in the rice cooker (my rice cooker probably would burn the rice) so maybe follow this cooking method for the rice instead: h… Read more
You’re welcome! Yes, that’s one of the fun things about living in Hong Kong, all the sites you come across that were used in films. There’s an indie film called 6th Floor Rear Flat that was shot on my rooftop when I was living in this decrepit walk up and they had some graffiti artists come up and paint it.
And yes,… Read more
Wang Kai looks so young, I totally understand the pinching! I keep thinking he’s a recent college grad.
Oh, speaking of butch men and Chinese drama, I don’t know if you’re into crime/triad dramas, but there’s a HK one that came out last year called OCTB. It’s on Netflix, if you’ve got a subscription. I really like Hong… Read more
Whoa, you have seen a lot of Wang Kai’s stuff. When a Snail Falls in Love is the only drama my parents and I agree on. I actually find it really interesting to compare Chinese/Korean/Japanese dramas, all the little differences are so fascinating (like how drinking is depicted!).
And you’re welcome! Yeah, the food in… Read more
Oh! Have you seen the TV drama for Moment in Peking, I think it aired a couple of years previous?
And here you go, I put the document in a WeTransfer link: https://we.tl/PTaSdhk98l
Don’t mind the prices, they’re in Singaporean dollars because the magazine requested it. The focus was on Taipei’s art and design culture,… Read more
Your description of fast-paced Koreans made me think of “Grandpas Over Flowers” show and how impatient those uncles were, haha. But then you get Taiwanese uncles and their 100000000000 questions when you go somewhere they haven’t been before and their need to look at every little thing in order to make sure they’re… Read more