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· August, 2011

Stories about Food from August, 2011

China and USA: Joe Biden's Noodle Meal

The United States Vice President Joe Biden ended his six-day official visit to China on 22 August, 2011. Most Chinese people do not know whether or not there there has...

Trinidad & Tobago: Eating for Independence

China and Britain: how do they compare?

Somalia: Food Security Emergency Spreads Despite Aid

As the Horn of Africa deals with what the Food and Agriculture Organization is calling the “most severe food security emergency in the world today,” experts warn that conditions in...

Ethiopia: British Media Fuels Aid Apathy

Russia: Intoxicating Economics

Singapore’s Curry Solidarity

Netizens reacted strongly to the news that an Indian family in Singapore has agreed not to cook curry after their newly arrived neighbors from China complained to authorities about the...

India: The Root Cause Of Alcoholism

Somalia: Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan In Mogadishu

Belize: Breakfast Fare

Russia: Alcohol Consumption Down

Croatia: “Peka Time!”

Trinidad & Tobago: Meet Morvant

Madagascar: Sanctions Result in Economic Decline and Food Insecurity

After two and a half years of transitional government, Madagascar has experienced a slow, seemingly unstoppable decline of its fragile economy that has put a strain on the lives of...

Ukraine: The 1975 ‘Ukrainian Cuisine’ Book

Madagascar: The Evictions of Families of Malagasy Farmers from Lands on the Rise

Haiti: Jobs Needed for Progress

Guatemala: Police Kill Peasant With Tear Gas Canister

Indigenous peasants living on lands claimed by landowners in Guatemala are often violently evicted from their homes by policemen and soldiers. Last week, 31-year-old Sergio de León was killed when...

Ethiopia: Local Media Ignore Famine

The Balkans: Travel Blogs

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