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Asia’s EXPENSIVE Healing Food!! RARE Eastern Traditional Foods!!

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Asia’s SHOCKING Live Animal Market!!! Extreme Food Tour in the Mekong Delta!

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» Hidden Birds & Rats Market

1.HỦ TIẾU NH N QUÁN: Hủ tiếu Nam Vang
ADDRESS: 14 Trần Phong Sắc street, Ward 4, Tân An city, Long An province
OPEN: 6:00AM - 11:00AM + 4:00PM - 9:00PM

???? HỦ TIẾU NAM VANG: Boil pork bones, dried shrimp, grilled dried squid, shallots, daikon and lean pork to make stock. Cook fresh shrimp in the pot. Simmer stock for 1-2 hours. Saute minced pork in a skillet until fully cooked. Boil quail/eggs in a separate pot. To assemble: Add cooked noodles, lean pork slices, shrimp, boiled eggs, and sliced chives in a bowl. Pour in stock and then top with fried garlic. Enjoy with soy sauce and fresh bean sprouts.

????PRICE: 1.50 USD/35.000VND per regular serving| 1.72USD/40.000VND per special serving
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2. RAT AND BIRD MARKET: Live Rats + Stork
ADDRESS: N/A
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????PRICE: Rats 3.22USD/75.000VND per kg | Stork 10.73USD/250.00VND per Stork
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3. AN LONG AN’S PLACE: Stir-fried Bugs + Steamed Rats with Cassava + Rats BBQ + Roasted Birds
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????STIR-FRIED BUGS: Clean the bugs and then place peanuts inside them. Deep fry with a mixture of oil, garlic, fish sauce and MSG.

????STEAMED RATS WITH CASSAVA: Pour coconut water in a pot, add cassava and salt and cook. Pour out the coconut water and place the rats inside the pot. Cook the rats with the cassava until it is ready.

????RATS BBQ: Season the rats with shacha sauce, fish sauce and MSG and then grill on charcoal.

????ROASTED BIRDS (Swallow & Coucal): Clean the birds and then season with garlic, MSG and fish sauce. Fry garlic in a hot pan with oil. Deep fry the birds until they are golden brown.

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Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.

I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

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CHEF RISKS LIFE TO COOK DANGEROUS 72 Hour Rare Taiwanese Food

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We visited a legendary restaurant in Taiwan! A 72 hour mutton hot pot! Buried under ground for three days heated in a walk in furnace with rice hulls! One of the best meals of my entire life! Make sure to check it out and follow me on Instagram for updates!

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Hey there, my name's Luke Martin! I travel in search of local Street Food! I am always on the lookout for the best most unique hole-in-the-walls and tasty Street Food snacks! I am currently doing my best to document as much of the local Street Food here in Taiwan! This usually sees me spending lots of times at the popular night markets, as well as the super local morning markets!

I've eaten Street Food all around the world! You can see my videos on Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Hong Kong, Street Food in Taiwan and Street Food in Malaysia!

I post 2-3 times a week mostly food, some travel.

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2017, Gordon Ramsay, Taiwan Street Food, Taiwan
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High-Priced EXOTIC Seafood in Asia!!! Only for the Brave!!!

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STRANGE SEAFOOD IN SAIGON

1. DƯƠNG ĐÔNG RESTAURANT
ADDRESS: 113 Huy Cận, Gia Hoà Compound, District 9, HCMC

???? PRICE: CUA CHÁY TỎI (SAUTEED CRYSTAL CRAB WITH GARLIC) + CUA SỐT TIÊU (SAUTEED CRYSTAL CRAB WITH PEPPER SAUCE) - 3,700.000VND /$159.00 USD for two dishes
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2. HAI SAN NHA TRANG
ADDRESS: 88 Đường Số 18, Hiệp Bình Chánh Ward, Thủ Đức District, HCMC
SOCIAL: @haisannhatranghcm/

HẢI SÂM ĐỎ SỐT CAY (RAW RED SEA CUCUMBER WITH CHILI SAUCE)

HẢI SÂM VÚ TRẮNG SỐT MĂNG TÂY (ASPARAGUS OVER WHITE SEA CUCUMBER GOOEY SAUCE)

???? PRICE: Raw Sea Cucumber: 300.000VND / $13.00 USD | Cooked Sea Cucumber: 1.600.000VND / $70.00 USD
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3. QUÁN 1357 TRƯỜNG SA
ADDRESS: 1357 Trường Sa, Ward 5, Tân Bình District, HCMC
SOCIAL: @uquantanbinh/

TÔM MŨ NI NHUNG NƯỚNG MUỐI ỚT (GRILLED VELVET SLIPPER LOBSTER WITH CHILI SALT): Cut the Velvet slipper lobsters in half. Put them on the grill for 10 minutes. Place lobsters in a bowl and sprinkle the chili sauce (including garlic, chili, cilantro, fish sauce, MSG and sugar) on top. Put them back on the grill for another 2 minutes.

TIẾT CANH SAM (RAW HORSESHOE CRAB DISH): Boil shrimp and cut them into small pieces. Add basil and thorny cilantro. Season with ground pepper, MSG then mix well. Cut the blood of the horseshoe crab and pour blood on top.

SAM NUỚNG MỠ HÀNH (GRILLED HORSESHOE CRAB WITH SCALLION OIL AND PEANUT): Put the horseshoe crabs on the grill for 8 minutes. Use scissors to cut its shell and open 2 parts then add scallion oil.

???? PRICE: Grilled Slipper Lobster - 1.300.000VND / $56.00 USD | Raw Horseshoe Crab - 840.000VND / $36.00 USD | Grilled Horseshoe Crab - 840.000VND / $36.00 USD

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If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

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Food in Africa!! EPIC Food Tour from Namibia to Nigeria!!!

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NAMIBIA: The Republic of Namibia is located on the southwestern coast of Africa and is home to over 2.4 million inhabitants. Namibian cuisine is a bold mixture of recipes brought down from the indigenous peoples and foods introduced within the colonial period. Join us while we eat our way across Namibia in the #BestEverAfricaFoodTour!

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If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.
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FIRE CUPPING and SEAHORSE TEA in China! Welcome to Traditional Chinese Medicine!

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Exotic CHINESE FOOD Feast in Guangzhou! $250 Snake, Geoduck Sashimi and Sea Cucumber!

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RARE Indian Desert Food! Cooking Underground Rajasthani Style! (Khad Lamb)

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1) Khad Lam (Slow Cooked Underground Lamb):

Khad lamb (means cooking lamb in a pit in the ground)
Earlier soldiers didn’t want to leave any trace of smoke so that they can hide hence discovered this way of cooking.
Earlier it was rabbit meat but now since it banned so we are cooking lamb.

Making of garam masala- Roast all the following ingredients and pound it together: green cardamom, black pepper, cloves, coriander seeds, black cardamom, turmeric, bay leaves and caramelized onion powder.

Basic marination- Make cuts on the leg of the lamb and put minced garlic with lots of freshly prepared garam masala.

Next for the paste-mix red chili powder, coriander powder, turmeric, salt and lots of ghee.

Add this paste to the basic marination with a base of rotis and banana leaves. Cover it with a wet jute sack so that it doesn’t burn as it needs to be in direct contact with the fire for 2 hours in the pit.

2) Junglee Mass (Wild meat)
Five Ingredients Recipe-
If hunting, you get stranded, these are easily available in any village
Red chilli powder, Ghee, Salt, Dal or lentil, Coriander seeds, Lamb pieces. In a wok, combine everything together till the meat is soft and tender.

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Why Koi Fish Are So Expensive | So Expensive

Koi fish are colorful patterned common carp that are now celebrated in annual koi shows and kept in ponds all over the world. Some are worth millions.

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Anything strike you as special about this fish here? Well, it's worth 1.8 million dollars. It won grand champion at the All Japan Koi Show in 2017, and is the most expensive koi fish ever sold.

Koi may just look like an oversized goldfish, but they're not even remotely related. Koi are actually a type of carp, and today they're some of the most expensive pet fish in the world. But why? Koi were originally raised in Japan in the 1700s when rice farmers first began breeding them for their distinct colors and patterns, similar to how we breed dogs for their specific traits. And just like prized dog breeds, Japanese people take koi breeding very seriously.

There are regular competitions to name the top koi. Judges and buyers pay attention to how healthy its skin looks, its size and body shape, and how gracefully the fish moves in the water. But the most important trait of all is the koi's coloring. The best koi have a good balance of colors and patterns according to their variety. For example, there are koi with light blue spots, ones with large red patches on their backs, or all-metallic gold.

But the most winning fish often just boil down to these three varieties. They're often the most valuable. They dominate the shows, winning nearly every major category each year. And the better-looking the fish, the more a buyer is willing to pay.

Yvo: Yeah, it depends. You can buy some small and cheap koi fish for a couple of bucks, but also, yeah, it can get up really, really high to thousands, ten thousands of dollars.

Narrator: That's Yvo de Wal. He's a koi hobbyist and seller in the Netherlands, and he heads up the YouTube channel Koi Partner. Each year he visits Japan to shop for koi.

Yvo: The breeders are located there, and they have experience with their bloodlines for many, many generations.

Narrator: You see, bloodlines are just as prized in koi as they are in dogs because some of these koi are the result of decades of selective breeding. I mean, just take a look at the koi's wild relative, the common carp. Its dark colors would be considered unattractive for a koi, but it's perfect protection against predators in the wild. So how do you get from this to this? Well, it's actually similar to how we got from this to this, except koi breeders mainly select for size and color and ignore... Fluffiness.

Koi have six types of color cells in their skin. Their cells can be red, yellow, black, white, blue, or metallic. Now in order to get a beautiful, reddish-orange pattern like the one on this 1.8 million dollar fish, you need to select for fish that have a white body and lots of red cells that concentrate in large patches. Red and white are important colors in Japanese culture, representing joy and purity. But having the right colors is only part of it.

A koi's color cells sit at different depths in the skin, some right near the surface and some deeper in, which ultimately determines how bright the fish appears. The brighter the fish, the bigger the price tag. Today there are about 120 varieties. To compare, there are about 200 breeds of dogs. But when it comes down to it, breeding koi is a lot harder. A single koi can give birth to hundreds of thousands of baby fish at a time.

Yvo: I think we are talking about millions and millions of fish per breeder.

Narrator: So breeders must choose wisely. One breeder, for example, reports that he starts with 3 million fish and selects 15,000 to raise over the first year. From that he chooses 1,000 to continue to raise the second year.

Yvo: Yeah, it's a really hard job for the breeders.

Narrator: But in the end, all that hard work is worth it. The breeder of this grand champion waited until she was nine years old to sell her at auction. And by bringing in a world record of 1.8 million, the breeder got not only a huge return on investment but a priceless reputation boost in the koi community.

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Why Koi Fish Are So Expensive | So Expensive

Nigerian Food Tour!! Hardest Place to Shoot in Africa!!

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NIGERIA: In West Africa and bordering the gulf of Guinea, Nigeria is known to be the most populous country in Africa. It is one of the largest African economies with over 190 million inhabitants. Nigerian cuisine, like West African cuisine in general, is known for its richness and variety. It consists of food items and dishes from the hundreds of ethnic groups that lived and continue to live in Nigeria. Continuing the #BestEverAfricaFoodTour, we’re excited for you to join us as we explore Lagos, Nigeria!

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If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.
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LOCAL PRODUCER » Kayode Kasum (@kayodekasum)
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Traditional Nigerian Food!! Cheap Vs Expensive!!

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TRADITIONAL + EXPENSIVE FOOD

1. WHITE HOUSE
ADDRESS: 9 Chapel St, Yaba 100001, Lagos, Nigeria

???????? JOLLOF RICE: Mix vegetable oil, seasoning, tomato paste, onion, salt, red chili pepper and water. Add Niger sweet rice (locally grown rice) and allow it to cook and absorb the sauce for 40 minutes.

???????? POUNDED YAM: Peel yams and chop into cubes. Mix yams with very very hot water and pound with a big wooden paddle until it is soft/sticky.

???????? BOILED COW SKIN: Boil cow skin in water, add salt.
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ADDRESS: 107 Ogunlana Drive, Surulere 100001, Lagos, Nigeria
SOCIAL MEDIA: @yakoyo_abulajoint

???????? AMALA: Dry out yam flour. In a massive pot, boil water. Add yam flour and mix until it turns black. Pour it into a new bucket and continue beating it. Serve with stew and other foods.

???????? GOAT MEAT: Chop up goat meat. In a massive pot, boil water. Add goat meat. In a big cooking pan, Add palm oil and onion. Then add Tomato, red chili pepper, onion, red chili blended together - boil separately - add chicken powder and salt THEN mix in the goat meat.
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SOCIAL MEDIA: Chef Eros - @thebillionairechef | Ile Eros - @ile.eros

???????? RICE DISH: In a frying pan, add coconut sauced cream, sauteed corn and ofada rice. Mix. Add coconut sauced cream and stir.

???????? MASA: Cut Masa (rice cakes) in half, place suya pepper on top. In a frying pan, add butter. Place the masa face down in the frying pan and let it cook for a minute and then plate.

???????? ANTELOPE DISH: In a frying pan, add butter and garlic cloves. Add antelope, parsley and more butter. Allow to cook, mixing the butter and sauce over the antelope Place masa and salad on top. Sprinkle suya pepper.

???????? GUINEA FOWL: Boil water and dip the guinea fowl in the water. Defeather, debone and butcher the guinea fowl. Slice into thin pieces and lay in a pan. Add salt, pepper and flip. Sear it in a frying pan with butter. Marinate it in a homemade palm oil habanero pepper sauce for about 3 hours. In a separate frying pan, add oil. Make a meatball out of the offbits of the guinea fowl that aren’t typically used. Fry. Mix in fried cassava flakes (garig).

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If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.
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VIDEO EDITOR » Dương Quốc Huy
PRODUCER » Liz Peterson
LOCAL PRODUCER » Kayode Kasum (@kayodekasum)
LOCAL PRODUCTION COORDINATORS » Bisola Yussuf (@_abisolaa) and Deremi Gabriel (@deremigabriel)
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Nigeria’s Bushmeat Farms!! Eating Giant Rat with Miss Nigeria!!

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VILLAGE LIFE IN NIGERIA

1. FAMILY HOUSE
ADDRESS: Epe, Lagos, Nigeria

???????? AKARA (Bean Cakes): Wash, peel and grind beans. Grind red chili pepper and onion, then mix all together with the ground beans in a bowl. Create circle bean cakes and fry in oil.

???? PAP: Add soaked ground corn mixture to boiling hot water and mix until it becomes a thick consistency.

????GOAT PEPPER SOUP: Boil goat meat | Soup: Boil water and add plantain, add ground red chili pepper and onion mixture. Add lemongrass and local seasoning and allow it to boil. Add boiled goat meat and salt. Add chicken seasoning and then serve when ready.
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ADDRESS: Epe, Lagos, Nigeria

????????ỌBẸ AND AGAGE BREAD: Beans: Pick the beans and separate them from the shaft. Pour beans into boiling water, add salt and onions. Allow beans to cook for about 30 minutes. | Meat Stew: In a pot, heat up a mixture of palm oil and groundnut oil. Add a mixture of red onion, red pepper, and tomato. Add salt and minced chicken. Cook for 20 minutes. | To Serve: Add the stew and beans into a bowl and serve with Agage Bread
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ADDRESS: Epe, Lagos, Nigeria
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???????? GRASSCUTTER: In a very large cooking vessel, add chopped grasscutter, chopped red onion, chicken seasoning, salt, scent leaf and mix. Add more chicken seasoning and black pepper and continue stirring. Allow it to cook for about 15 minutes. Separately, blend red onion, tomatoes and red chili peppers. In a new cooking vessel, add oil then add the partially cooked grasscutter meat to lightly fry it. In a third cooking vessel, add oil and pour in the blended mixture of red onion, tomato and red chili pepper. Stir it around and add chopped red onion, salt, black pepper and scent leaves. Add the grasscutter. Continue stirring until it is ready.


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Durian Fruit: A Smell So Rotten, a Taste So Sweet

Durian has been described as the most foul-smelling fruit in the world. Its aroma has been compared to raw sewage, rotting flesh and smelly gym socks. Durian’s smell is so pungent that the spiky-skinned, custard-like fruit is even banned from public places in Singapore and Malaysia. But for its fans, there is nothing better in this world.


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Amazing Bhutan: Free Healthcare, No Homeless People, No Traffic Lights

This mysterious and picturesque country located between India and China was closed for tourists until 1974. Today, everyone who’s ready to go through a lot of formalities and has enough money can visit Bhutan. Ans even though the borders are open, the King still tries to restrict the number of tourists using many different methods.

This is a country that decided to measure national happiness, has completely free healthcare, and nobody living on the streets. Sounds unbelievable, but this is all true about Bhutan, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. So, wanna know why all the people who live in Bhutan are so happy? Let's find out more about their traditions and numerous bans.

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No homeless people at all 0:31
Free healthcare 0:48
Unplugged 1:10
National Dress Code 1:44
No Smoking! 2:14
Ecology is everything 2:48
They like it hot! 3:31
Touring obstacles 4:07
Ladies first 5:00
100% Organic? 5:19
They keep food on the roof 6:12
Only the best pilots are allowed to fly to Bhutan 6:11
Wedding rules 7:00
The Ministry of Happiness 7:47
The road less traveled 8:42
Gingerbread-like houses 9:08

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King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema, BHUTAN: By NIV/SIPA/EAST NEWS,
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SUMMARY:
- If a person loses their home, they just need to go to the king and he’ll give them a plot of land where they can build a house to live in and plant a garden to eat from.
- Each Bhutanese resident has the right to free medical care. The country’s Ministry of Health has made it their goal to become “A nation with the best health.”
- The Bhutanese people take their traditions and unique culture very seriously, and the king took great measures to protect his people from outside influences.
- Speaking of traditions, Bhutanese people are required to wear traditional clothes in public. This nationwide dress code has existed for over 400 years.
- In 2010, the king enacted a law prohibiting the cultivation, harvest, and sale of tobacco, making Bhutan the first country in the world with a total ban on tobacco. It’s impossible to buy it there, and you can’t smoke in public areas.
- Bhutan is really concerned about ecology and nature. According to a local law, at least 60% of the country’s total area must be covered with woods.
- The most popular ingredient in almost every Bhutanese dish is chilies. The Tourism Council even notes “Bhutanese people would not enjoy a meal that was not spicy.”
- You can only go to Bhutan in groups of 3 or more. All documents and visas are issued by a state-appointed company.
- All property and belongings like their homes, cattle, and land go to the eldest daughter, not son. Men are expected to earn their own fortunes.
- It’s already illegal to import or use any chemical products there whatsoever. Everything they use is cultivated within the country and is all-natural.
- Not every pilot can maneuver between mountaintops and land on a 6,500-foot-long highway right by people’s houses. Add strong winds to the challenge, and you’ll understand why take-offs and landings are only allowed during daylight hours. And there are only 8 pilots in the world that can do this.
- If you visit Bhutan, you may fall in love with the land, but try not to fall for a local or else you’ll get your heart broken. It’s prohibited to marry foreigners.
- In 2008, the Gross National Happiness Committee was formed in Bhutan to take care of the people’s inner peace.
- All the road signs in Bhutan are drawn by hand. Thiumphu, the country’s capital, is the only one in the world that has no traffic lights at all.
- Bhutanese people love to decorate their homes. They draw birds, animals, and different patterns on the walls, making them look like real-life gingerbread houses.

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I Try the Ancient Art of Knife Massage | Taipei, Taiwan

Knife Therapy, or Daoliao, is an ancient Chinese therapy where they massage you with large butcher knives. Today we head to Taipei, Taiwan to find out...should you try knife massage? Watch, subscribe & turn on notifications! Visiting Taipei soon? Don't forget your 3-Day Taipei Itinerary here:
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Top Ten Weird Foods of India

1. CHAPDA CHINTI CHUTNEY
The sight of a column of soldier ants can frighten anyone, but for the tribes of Chhattisgarh, these ants indicate a good meal.
Chapda chinti ki chutney is a dish made of red ants (Curcuma angustifolia) mashed with salt, red chilies and mustard oil. It is usually eaten with stale rice. The tribal elders believe red ants have medicinal properties that can cure common ailments like coughs, colds, stomach infections and strengthen their immune system.

2. SNAILS
The sight of soft, slippery molluscs might be gross for many but for some communities of North-Eastern India, snails are a treat, but the process to prepare them is long. The snails first have to be kept in salt water for at least two to three days. This is to clear the undesirable contents in their digestive system. Then follows thorough washing and cutting, which of course takes hours. Then again, soaking them in salted or plain water for some more hours before one can start the final cooking. The actual cooking is in itself a long, tedious process. Is all that hard work worthwhile??? Definitely! One gets to enjoy a hot steaming snail dish filled with aromatic local spices and herbs.

3. BEE LARVAE
Bees stir fried with bamboo shoots and soya beans, both fermented and served with a hot steaming plate of rice is a favourite meal in parts of North-East India. They say the dish tastes like meat but more interesting is the price of the bees. A handful or a bit more of fresh bee larvae can cost up to 1000 Indian rupees or close to US$ 15.

4. FERMENTED FISH
Ngari (Manipur), Shidal/Seedal (Assam, Tripura), Tungtap (Meghalaya) are different types of fermented fish. It is highly popular in the North-Eastern states of India. Small fresh water fish are tightly packed in big clay urns and left to ferment for many months. The final product is sticky fish with a strong, pungent smell.

5. FERMENTED BAMBOO SHOOT
Baas tenga (Nagaland),Soibum, Soidon, Soidon (Manipur) are different types of fermented bamboo shoot relished by people of some parts of North-East India.
WARNING!! Fermented bamboo shoot preparations are notable for their putrid smell.

6. FERMENTED SOYA BEAN
Hawaizar or Akhuni is soybean boiled over low heat and kept airtight for three to five days. It is normally eaten as chutney mixed with fiery chilies, salt garnished with coriander and local herbs.
The Manipuris make a special dish called chagempomba where the soybean is cooked with broken rice, seasonal leafy vegetables, aromatic herbs and fish.
TRY IT IF YOU HAVE A ‘NOT TOO SENSITIVE’ NOSE.

7. SILKWORMS
Eaten stir-fried or boiled with red chillies and baas tenga or akhuni, silkworms can be found aplenty in the markets of Nagaland. There one can find two varieties of silkworms and a kilo of each cost around 350-400 Indian Rupees a kilo or US$ 4-5.

8. FROGS
Another unusual dish of Nagaland is frog meat cooked with baas tenga or akhuni. Not everyone there eats frogs but those who eat say, ‘frog meat is as tasty and juicy as chicken’.
You can try it for a change though.

9. ROASTED RATS
An unusual evening snack from Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh is roasted rat. After removing the innards of the rats, they are put on skewers to be cooked over a fire. After a thorough roast, they are ready to eat! The men of the valley first poke around to find out where the rats live, set up small fires to smoke them out of their underground tunnel networks, and catch them upon exit.
Some are quite fast, so quick hands are a necessity.

10. DRIED PORK WITH MAGGOTS
Dried in the sun for years and even decades, this vintage pork meat with maggots crawling is a tasty delight in Ziro Valley of Arunachal Pradesh. The villagers savour the maggots or just ignore them! Some remove them before eating… ONLY SOME!!!
This vintage pork is also a valuable gift item.

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The most beautiful traditions in spring and summer around the world

In accordance with the seasons and with deep respect of nature, people all over the world celebrate their long-standing traditions. In Japan the first picnics at the cherry blossom festival kick off the long-awaited outdoor season, while the Scots perform their Highland Games. In the summer the Latvians celebrate the biggest party of the year: midsummer night. The vast wildflower meadows provide them with wreathes of flowers which have magical healing powers; animals are provided with an abundance of insects. This enables the rare hoopoe to breed in Latvia. In the Spree forest region, an enchanting river landscape south-east of Berlin, farmers still harvest the famous Spreeforest Cucumber. This documentary is a visual journey around the globe meeting people who are passionate and dedicated at keeping old traditions alive.

The Spinels of Tajikistan documentary of Patrick Voillot

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The large red stones found on the crowns of the Christian kings are spinels. This gem has long been confused with the ruby. ‘Balas Ruby’ is an old name used for the rose-tinted variety, originating from a distortion in linguistics from the region in which it comes from, Badakhshan. This region lies in the current Republic of Tajikistan, close to the Islamic republic of Afghanistan.

This film takes you into Central Asia; into a country not very well known, and you will live an extraordinary adventure!

After crossing through the countries’ rutted trails, the most poor and barren on the continent; after traveling through grandiose scenery, you arrive at the foot of a mine with a mythical name, Kuh I Lal.

No Westerner has ever penetrated this territory; long exploited by the Soviets, production was secretly transported to Moscow.

The galleries are excavated at a very high altitude here, so it is only possible for minors to work in the summer. These men live simply and harshly, in lower lying villages. They remain there all winter; snowed in, with watch dogs to protect them from the wolves’ attacks.

Since the fifth century, from generation to generation, miners have dug tunnels to find this gem, ranging in shades of pink to red. They use very old materials left by the Soviets when the Eastern bloc broke and they abandoned the country.

This mine has always been coveted by the powerful, already the forerunner of the great Mughals Timur, the lame also called Tamerlane in Samarkand burial (you can see the exhumation dating back from the year 40) had sent an army to protect “I Kuh Lal.”

Spinals found in Dushanbe are conveyed by road, under heavy protection. They actually go into a state bank to increase the Treasure of Tajikistan.

Over the centuries, they have enriched the treasury of the Shahs of Iran, the imperial crown of the Tsars, and the Queen of England; we also find the famous Treasury in France, called the Côte de Bretagne.

Then, the jeweler Van Cleef opens the doors of their workshop to design, manufacture and to achieve a gorgeous pendant adorned with rose colored spinels.

Best wine shop in Manila Philippines offers White Summer Wine

Leading wine supplier in Manila Philippines Yats Wine Cellars is generally regarded by Asian and Philippines wine lovers as the best wine shop in the Philippines. Their Wine Shop in Clark Philippines offers 2700 vintage wines from all major wine regions in the world.

Wine lovers from Japan, Korea, Hong kong, Thailand and Indonesia travel to Philippines Clark Freeport to purchase these limited rare bottles of fine vintage wine from Yats Wine Cellars' wine shop.

Pampanga Philippines is a fast growing province. Growth in major cities such as San Fernando, Angeles City and Clark Freeport Zone has given rise to a strong demand for luxury goods, upscale dining and quality living. Absence of a good wine shop for fine vintage wine has caused considerable inconvenience to the affluent community which is forced to drive down to Manila to purchase their wines.

All that has now changed when Yats opens one of the largest wine shops in the Philippines inside Pampanga Clark Freeport Zone next to Angeles City. The shop is called Clark Wine Center and it is located near the main entrance of Clark Philippines.


Yats Wine Cellars started off in Clark Freeport, Pampanga, an easy 90-minute drive along the North Expressway from Metro Manila. Category one wines can be found in the cellars of the fine-dining YATS Restaurant and Wine Lounge situated inside Clark's Mimosa Leisure Estate, just before the Casino. Yats operates the Clark Wine Center -- an independent two-storey building located on the main road of Clark Freeport.

Public wine tastings are held from time to time in Clark and sometimes in Manila. Tickets range from p500 to p1500 for these themed events that are professionally run --no wine merchants sponsorship, pushy salesmen or tacky banners to ruin the evening. Each ticket contains a certain number of stubs that can be redeemed for a tasting pour of a wine among those on a line-up which often contains wines that are quite old and expensive. This makes YATS Wine Tasting events the most cost-effective venue to explore new options and expand our knowledge of wine through first-hand encounters.

Wine Seminars have been conducted in the past and may be offered from time to time. These seminars deal with intermediate to advanced subject matters that are aimed at providing useful and practical knowledge for the wine enthusiasts. Topics are focused and treatment, in depth. Most seminars include a guided tasting session after the lecture.

Wine-paired dinners are organized either at Y A T S Restaurant in Clark or in collaboration with other restaurants and organizers. Private wine dinners can also be organized for groups of 14 or more. Even Asian cuisines can be a part of a Yats Wine-paired dinner.

Sister company Y A T S Restaurant and Wine Lounge is one of most wine-sensitive fine-dining establishments in Asia. B Y O (Bring Your Own) Wine evenings occur regularly for wine enthusiasts to enjoy their recent finds over a gourmet meal specially crafted to be wine friendly. The wine list of Yats Restaurant is equally impressive and satisfying to the hard-to-please. Mark-up is small and that makes it the friendliest wine restaurant in Asia.

Yats Wine Cellars
3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center (Tektite)
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Metro Manila, Philippines
(632) 637-5019 ask for Rea or Chay

Wine@Yats-International.com



Clark Wine Center
Bldg 6460 Clark Observatory Building
Manuel A. Roxas Highway corner A Bonifacio Ave, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga 2023
0922-870-5173 0917-826-8790. Ana Fe

Wine Shop in Pampanga holds first major wine auction in Philippines

Wine lovers of the Philippines have been kept waiting for far too long to attend the first major wine auction. Although Yats Wine Cellars has staged several wine auctions in the past, this is the first major wine auction ever to take place in the Philippines.

Offered in this wine auction are over 100 lots comprising of some of the rare and fine vintage wines of France, Spain, Italy, USA, Germany, Portugal, Australia and South Africa. The diversity of the offerings is not the only thing that attracted wine lovers from all over the Philippines to travel to Angeles City Pampanga to attend the wine auction of Yats Wine Cellars. Many wine enthusiasts and wine collectors made the journey to acquire a few bottles of old vintage wines 30 or 40 years of age, hardly available anywhere on the market today.

YATS WINE CELLARS has been serving Asia's wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs since 1985. Today its cellars in Philippines' Clark Freeport stock over 2700 labels of wines from all major wine regions and the biggest spectrum of vintages imaginable spanning over 100 years. Wines were purchased in opportune situations allowing us to offer superb values to our customers and wine collectors.

Public wine tastings are held from time to time in Clark and sometimes in Manila. Tickets range from p500 to p1500 for these themed events that are professionally run --no wine merchants sponsorship, pushy salesmen or tacky banners to ruin the evening. Each ticket contains a certain number of stubs that can be redeemed for a tasting pour of a wine among those on a line-up which often contains wines that are quite old and expensive. This makes YATS Wine Tasting events the most cost-effective venue to explore new options and expand our knowledge of wine through first-hand encounters.

Wine Seminars have been conducted in the past and may be offered from time to time. These seminars deal with intermediate to advanced subject matters that are aimed at providing useful and practical knowledge for the wine enthusiasts. Topics are focused and treatment, in depth. Most seminars include a guided tasting session after the lecture.

Wine-paired dinners are organized either at Y A T S Restaurant in Clark or in collaboration with other restaurants and organizers. Private wine dinners can also be organized for groups of 14 or more. Even Asian cuisines can be a part of a Yats Wine-paired dinner.

Sister company Y A T S Restaurant and Wine Lounge is one of most wine-sensitive fine-dining establishments in Asia. B Y O (Bring Your Own) Wine evenings occur regularly for wine enthusiasts to enjoy their recent finds over a gourmet meal specially crafted to be wine friendly. The wine list of YATS Restaurant is equally impressive and satisfying to the hard-to-please. Mark-up is small and that makes it the friendliest wine restaurant in Asia.

Yats Wine Cellars
3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center (Tektite)
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Metro Manila, Philippines
(632) 637-5019 0917-520-4393 0922-870-5181 ask for Rea or Kristine
(045) 599-5600 0922-870-5178 0917-826-8790 ask for Ana Fe or Pedro

Wine@Yats-International.com



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Philippines Wine Supplier offers Wines from Italy by Yats

Leading wine supplier in Manila Philippines Yats Wine Cellars is generally regarded by Asian and Philippines wine lovers as the best wine shop in the Philippines. Their Wine Shop in Clark Philippines offers 2700 vintage wines from all major wine regions in the world.

Wine lovers from Japan, Korea, Hong kong, Thailand and Indonesia travel to Philippines Clark Freeport to purchase these limited rare bottles of fine vintage wine from Yats Wine Cellars' wine shop.

Pampanga Philippines is a fast growing province. Growth in major cities such as San Fernando, Angeles City and Clark Freeport Zone has given rise to a strong demand for luxury goods, upscale dining and quality living. Absence of a good wine shop for fine vintage wine has caused considerable inconvenience to the affluent community which is forced to drive down to Manila to purchase their wines.

All that has now changed when Yats opens one of the largest wine shops in the Philippines inside Pampanga Clark Freeport Zone next to Angeles City. The shop is called Clark Wine Center and it is located near the main entrance of Clark Philippines.


Yats Wine Cellars started off in Clark Freeport, Pampanga, an easy 90-minute drive along the North Expressway from Metro Manila. Category one wines can be found in the cellars of the fine-dining YATS Restaurant and Wine Lounge situated inside Clark's Mimosa Leisure Estate, just before the Casino. Yats operates the Clark Wine Center -- an independent two-storey building located on the main road of Clark Freeport.

Public wine tastings are held from time to time in Clark and sometimes in Manila. Tickets range from p500 to p1500 for these themed events that are professionally run --no wine merchants sponsorship, pushy salesmen or tacky banners to ruin the evening. Each ticket contains a certain number of stubs that can be redeemed for a tasting pour of a wine among those on a line-up which often contains wines that are quite old and expensive. This makes YATS Wine Tasting events the most cost-effective venue to explore new options and expand our knowledge of wine through first-hand encounters.

Wine Seminars have been conducted in the past and may be offered from time to time. These seminars deal with intermediate to advanced subject matters that are aimed at providing useful and practical knowledge for the wine enthusiasts. Topics are focused and treatment, in depth. Most seminars include a guided tasting session after the lecture.

Wine-paired dinners are organized either at Y A T S Restaurant in Clark or in collaboration with other restaurants and organizers. Private wine dinners can also be organized for groups of 14 or more. Even Asian cuisines can be a part of a Yats Wine-paired dinner.

Sister company Y A T S Restaurant and Wine Lounge is one of most wine-sensitive fine-dining establishments in Asia. B Y O (Bring Your Own) Wine evenings occur regularly for wine enthusiasts to enjoy their recent finds over a gourmet meal specially crafted to be wine friendly. The wine list of Yats Restaurant is equally impressive and satisfying to the hard-to-please. Mark-up is small and that makes it the friendliest wine restaurant in Asia.

Yats Wine Cellars
3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center (Tektite)
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Metro Manila, Philippines
(632) 637-5019 ask for Rea or Chay

Wine@Yats-International.com



Clark Wine Center
Bldg 6460 Clark Observatory Building
Manuel A. Roxas Highway corner A Bonifacio Ave, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga 2023
0922-870-5173 0917-826-8790. Ana Fe

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