THE GOOD LIFE

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Dining

ADORABLE ASIAN FOOD: Panda-Shaped Everything

by Ethel Navales
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To avoid stereotyping, I’m not going to say that all Asians like pandas, but we definitely have a soft spot for these adorable bears. Native to south central China, pandas are known for their di

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Dining Online

The Bizarre Online Korean Craze: Would You Pay To Watch This Girl Eat?

by Ethel Navales
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The idea of being paid to eat sounds great doesn’t it? It will sound even better once you find out that this South Korean woman makes over $9000 a month just for eating dinner. I know what you&#

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Mind and Body Music

Japan Introduces New “Chubby Girl” Idol Group

by Ethel Navales
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It’s no secret that Japanese women face quite a bit of pressure when it comes to weight. There are B&Bs where the cost of rent is dependent on the tenant’s weight and apps which verba

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Dining

ADORABLE ASIAN FOOD: Radish Art Edition

by Ethel Navales
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If there’s one thing Audrey readers seem to be a fan of, that would be all things cute. This can be cute babies, cute cosplayers and above all, cute food. Coffee art has gained quite some popula

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Dining

Top Asian Comfort Foods

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When we think comfort food, most of us revert back to the dishes our moms made us. Here, we salivate over home cooking-from-another-mother.  PORK ADOBO BY CHEF CHARLEEN CAABAY, KAINBIGAN  by Kristin

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Dining

Farmers in Japan Create Pentagon-Shaped Fruits

by Ethel Navales
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Iyokan is a Japanese citrus fruit widely produced in Japan. The fruit is apparently more bitter than orange, but more sweet than grapefruit. Japanese farmers placed a pentagon mold on the citrus frui

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Mind and Body Television

Problematic Image of The Day: Japanese Show Claims There Are Right & Wrong Ways To Be A Fat Woman

by Ethel Navales
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In the United States, the pressure for a woman to be thin is undeniable. Nearly $35 billion a year is spent on weight loss products such as pills, machines and supplements. Everyday advertisements rem

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Dining Mind and Body

How to “Cut The CRAP” Out of Your Life in 2014

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Story by Anna M. Park. You’ve partied all season, and now you’re bloated, breaking out and just plain blah. Is a detox in order? Is it just a fad? Does it even work? We ask Nona Lim, creator of No

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Dining Travel

Graphic Designer Pum Lefebure’s Insider’s Guide to Bangkok

by Anna Park
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  Pum Lefebure, graphic designer and co-founder of award-winning design agency Design Army, was born and raised in Thailand. So though she now lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and 8-ye

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Mind and Body Online

This May Be “The Best Anti-Smoking Ad” Ever

by Winnie Galbadores
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Avid smokers and anti-smokers disagree on quite a lot when it comes to cigarettes, but they can all agree on one thing: no matter how much people enjoy it, there is no doubt that smoking cigarettes ca

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