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INTERRACIAL COUPLES: Multicultural Weddings – a New Kind of Celebration

INTERRACIAL COUPLES: Multicultural Wedding events – a New Kind of Celebration Planning a wedding is a very individual issue, and a demanding one as well. Numerous interracial couples are coming across a lot more stresses when trying to prepare a celebration that integrates 2 societies. There is little in the means of resources for those planning for a multicultural wedding celebration, and also therefore, the existing and also past generations of organizers could be thought about pioneers of the multicultural wedding celebration evolution. With over…

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Q&A: What kind of longjing tea should I buy?

Question by Lawl.: What kind of longjing tea should I buy? I’m hoping to buy a cheap but decent longjing tea, but don’t know what brand to purchase. I don’t mind if it’s not authentic. I was hoping for something similar to what one would get if they ordered longjing tea at a dim sum restaurant in hong kong. Best answer: Answer by CathyThere are so many online tea shop, and here is a link about Long Jing tea: http://steepster.com/search?products=on&q=Dragon+Well+green+tea , hope you’ll find a…

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What kind of meat is used in Chinese restaurants?

Question by TK Quon: What kind of meat is used in Chinese restaurants? Okay I’m not saying that Chinese restaurants use dog or cat but I have noticed when I bite into the meat it looks different from chicken. I used to order the general tsao and the orange chicken and it looks like a grayish color and the meat is mushy looking and tasting. It just doesn’t look like chicken to me. What could they be using and if its chicken why does it…

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What makes the vegetables from chinese restaurants kind of gooey?

Question by Chacho: What makes the vegetables from chinese restaurants kind of gooey? Alright, an oddly phrased question, I know. But basically, I notice at a lot of chinese restaurants that the vegetables that you might get on top of your cantonese chow mein (among other dishes) has a fairly clear, slightly gooey sauce that they seem to be tossed in. I love the stuff, I just have no idea what it is/causes it. Anybody know? I want to make it. 😛 Best answer: Answer…

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