Growing up through food
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As a Chinese person, I often feel unsatisfied with some aspects of my country just like some British complaining about foggy weather in London. But I have never been picky about China's food. Moreover, sometimes I feel I'm lucky to live in China with so many great foods in varying cuisines throughout the whole big country. If you are a chowhound like me, you know what I am talking about. This is the tenth month I have been in Columbia, which also means that I have been away from home for nearly one year. For me, homesick not only means missing family and friends but also means missing food in my hometown, whatever sold in the restaurant or cooked by my mom.
Artifacts ; issue 08 (2013)