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U.S. Announces Expo Milan 2015 Pavilion

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Mitchell Davis, Executive Vice President of the James Beard Foundation, discusses the intersection of culinary diversity and food security in this video about the USA's pavilion "American Food 2.0" set to debut early next month at the 2015 World Expo in Milan.  

A Travel Series Serving Food For Thought in Global Hot Spots

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“Breaking Borders” is a travelogue, cooking show and dining-table summit all in one. And somehow it works, with each component of its cultural, culinary and political mission enhancing the others, at least to judge from the first of its 13 episodes.

Food and Fairy Tales: A New Era in Chinese Propaganda

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Neither the people behind A Taste of China nor those at Light Chaser are intentionally pushing political agendas.  That is what makes this a genuinely new era in Chinese propaganda. These projects have their own voice, yet they do propagate a preferred narrative, one of a problem-free Chinese culture. 

The Mexican Kitchen's Islamic Connection

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Although Mexico and India were on opposite sides of the globe, the brown, spicy, aromatic curries that he was offered in India sparked memories of Mexico’s national dish, mole (pronounced MO-lay). Is mole, he wondered, “an ingenious Mexican version of curry, or is curry a Hindu adaptation of a Mexican sauce?”

Cool Japan’s Latest Offering: Ramen Noodles

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Now ramen noodles are the latest target of government efforts to take advantage of this spreading interest in Japan’s pop culture and food around the world, and its growth potential.

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