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Many Hongkongers overseas have opened cha chaan teng, Hong Kong-style cafes, snack shops or online food shops, due to homesickness or the need to earn a living,
The spirited competition between Ghanaians and Nigerians continues to fuel greatness among its citizens
Data from Guinness World Record revealed that since July 2023, there have been a total of 355 applications from individuals in Ghana alone, and a 1,500 applications from Nigerians ...
Kazakhstan's modern cuisine has been significantly influenced by the eating habits of the peoples who were deported or moved to Kazakhstan.
"Black Cake" (the book and series) naturally brings to mind the Caribbean Christmas dessert, but the linkages the delicacy shares with the literacies of enslaved Africans are often obscured.
Eggs are the cheapest protein source in Bangladesh. A recent study has identified elevated levels of heavy metals in eggs from farms located in Dhaka city, posing a health risk.
Many expressed worries that the premade food sector will offer children untra-processed food and take away jobs.
"Mayreau is 1.5 square miles, water scarce and generationally food insecure; food importation on the island is at an alarming 95-98 percent."
The film 'Barbie' is immensely popular in Latin America - and there's something for everyone.
A third of all Burundian women suffer physical violence and those who leave home fall into poverty. However, a Burundian businesswoman has subsequently become their role model.
Civil society and LGBTQ+ activists in Sri Lanka arranged a series of vibrant and empowering Pride events advocating for equality and demanding an end to discrimination.
Some entrepreneurs have lost everything twice, in 2014 and in 2022, but managed to restore their businesses again.
Tajikistan building all these buildings is all the more striking given the fact that it is the poorest country in Central Asia.
While small island developing states (SIDS) like the Caribbean have attempted to ramp up food production to combat rising food costs, climate change has been hindering these efforts.
While the new brand's marketing blitz excited the taste buds, created some much-needed fun, and was generally acknowledged to be skilfully done, it may also spark a “donut war.”
At 50, Telman spends his days walking the streets of Baku going through every trash box he finds, collecting recyclable items, food, and dreaming of a better life.
Describing the Toktogul region, Ferenc Takács from Fulmer says: “This is a heaven for bees because it is a heaven for flowers.”
More than 120 Guaraní women from Timboy Tiguasú in the Bolivian Chaco lead agroecological production without pesticides and with harvesting, storage, and distribution of water.
As Turkey heads into general elections, it was not the 100th-anniversary that came to mind, but rather the celebrations that will take place if the ruling AKP loses.
Since the beginning of the year, there has been a steep rise in the cost of basic goods in Madagascar. The government responded by banning all public protests.
President Recep Erdoğan is pitting “identity” versus “reality” in his campaign to stay in power
At home, in a presidential palace, and a mosque: Where Central Asian presidents hosted iftar in 2023
Where they are held, who attends them, and what words are spoken at these events can help better understand Central Asia and its people.