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The Pahiyas Festival is one of my favorite paintings from one of my favorite contemporary artists, Manuel Baldemor. It captures the Filipino 'sense of space' where all space is occupied with objects, as one might see in a Filipino house, w/c is the way Filipinos also relate with each other -- close connections --a sense of community and multitude. Also, the Filipino sense of vibrant colors as shown in photos of the actual fiesta (see my post "Pahiyas Festival" on this same board).

"Bayanihan sa Bukid" by Philippine National Artist, Carlos V. Francisco (November 4, 1912 – March 31, 1969); this mural depicts a community transferring a house to a new place

MoMo is one of the most popular and favourite food of Nepal. It is a type of dumpling native to Tibet and Nepal. It is similar to Chinese Baozi and Jiaozi. The origin of MoMo in Nepal from Tiben when the Newar community of Kathmandu went Lhasa for trading purpose and brought recipe in Nepal. …

Tofu Kimchi Fried Rice

Tofu Kimchi Fried Rice is an easy dish that you can make at home all the time. The baked and seasoned tofu gives this fried rice a wonderful flavor!