Continuing from part 1 of the cooking lesson, click here, if you haven't read it.
The cooking lesson that morning had three students (2 ladies and me), Chef Narain briefed us about dishes we would be cooking and a wet market tour. The wet market (Bang Rak market) is across the river and adjacent to
The cooking school at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, led by Chef Narain Kiattiyotcharoen, is an icon in town. The school has given lessons to hundreds of thousands of cooking enthusiasts from around the world since the mid 1980s. Chef Narain told me that Jay Chou had his cooking lesson at the cooking sc
I haven’t updated this series since the #4 post in March. Been tied up with other posts, family, and work. Please bear with me and hope you’ve been doing well lately.
Not to let the momentum that has been mounted around this travelog slip away, here I’m giving you the latest episode #5. If you haven
1. What is your cultural topic?
On the outside, a culture is shaped by attitudes and behaviours held and sought by most people in a particular society (van de Vijver, Chasiotis, & Breugelmans, 2011). On the inside, those attitudes and behaviours are underpinned by values, norms, and beliefs impor
In the last episode, I treated you to some Mai Tai cocktails and Portuguese malasadas. I hope you found the last episode to be eventful and enjoyable. Have you gone down the gym after those cocktails and malasadas? If you have not, do not worry because today, I am taking you to a beach
In the last post, I presented to you a brief introduction to the trip and ideal lodging. In this post, I am bringing you two wonderful experiences that cannot be missed while you are on the O'ahu island.
A malasada is a Portuguese doughnut deep-fried in oil and coated with su
This is the first episode of a short Hawaii travelogue. I hope you will find this series interesting to read.
We do not have direct flights between Hong Kong and Hawaii. The shortest route is to hop on a HKG> TPE flight and then move onto a connecting TPE > HNL flight. You can choos