…because not all of us have our Peking ducks in a row
As you ponder this year’s Christmas gift-giving list, here are a few suggestions straight from Japan….
Most people who are reading this blog about China might want to see weird and funny things – like pictures of misspelled street signs, strange foods, or bizarre cultural rituals. But being Chinese and having lived in China for a while, I’ve become desensitized to most of the things around me. Besides, the Chinese aren’t traditionally known for being progressive in our advertising or product offerings.
However, what I do find supremely bizarre are the Japanese household and food products that are so popular in Taiwan. The Japanese influence in Taiwan is very strong: anyone can go to a Japanese supermarket or Department Store and spend hours trying to figure out what you’re looking at, and what possible benefit this object could bring to your person.
Mam moth Giant Sheet of Seaweed (10-pack)
Finally, something I’ve always dreamed about – a healthy seaweed snack that’s large enough to double as…
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