IVA: Reg. Natural dyes have always been used in textiles and still are in areas such as Peru. A group of Chinese researchers have specialized in fruit dye and have managed carry out this process on a larger scale.
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Asian market General Manager Thai Vang says his store offers a variety of unique products. Photo by Dean Bibens. When siblings Pai Yang and Thai Vang came to the United States from Laos in the s, they dreamed of opening a business and starting a new life in America.
Garment shipments from Bangladesh to its major Asian markets—India, China and Japan—are rising by the day thanks to competitive prices the country offers and spiralling production cost in China. Bangladesh's strength in formal garment production and higher economic growth in populous Asian countries have also helped such shipments to increase, which could hardly reach a few million dollars only five years ago, experts said. Garment export to these three markets grew
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In the past two decades, vegetarian cuisine has come a long way. But meat substitutes have remained stubbornly stuck in the Tofurkey-era. And sure, when manipulated, well sauced, and scrambled with other ingredients, these alternatives can pass as meat-ish.
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One thing I miss about living in Asia is the fruit. Not all Asian fruits can be sourced here in the United States and the rarer types never taste as good after a long journey over the Pacific. If you happen to be headed to Asia, many of these delicious gems will appear in fruit bowls placed inside rooms at luxury hotels and, of course, be sold in a variety of street markets and grocers.