Vietnamese Mooncake - [VIDEO | 有片]

This year’s Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival lies on Monday, September 24 according to the Lunar Calendar. It will always be the 15th day of the 8th month of the Lunar Calendar, a night where the moon is at its roundest and fullest 🌚. People usually go out to “catch” the moon, play lanterns and of course, eat moon cakes to celebrate this festival. Having mooncakes during this festival is as important as eating turkeys on Thanksgiving Day for the western cultures.

A New Healthy Choice for Ramen in Toronto – TSUJIRI

Ramen (ラーメン) is a Japanese adaptation of the Chinese Lamian (拉麺). “拉” means pull and “麺” means noodle. In full that means Ramen is made by twisting, stretching, pulling and folding the dough into strands, using the weight of the dough. A bowl of ramen must be combined with wheat noodles and soup. A good bowl of ramen is usually not very healthy. If we combined the fat, cabs and sodium together. One bowl of tonkatsu ramen (568g) can be up to 656 calories. On top of that, it also…