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Obtuseness obscures objectivity

The tsunami, earthquake and nuclear plant explosions devastated Japan. But some relevant information that is spreading rapidly online shocks me more. The other day, I read an article on one of my Net pal’s blogs. He forwarded it from a person named “dingbangb,” declaring that the nuclear pollution is actually caused by a Japanese atomic […]

Rice Noodle at Taste of Asia

It’s a taste of home. Taste of Asia is one of my favorite place to get home-like food. For me, it’s even better than many Chinese restaurants — it has a taste of home, which I don’t always get from other places. Taste of Asia offers food from parts of South East Asia such as, […]

Rice Noodle at Taste of Asia

It’s a taste of home. Taste of Asia s one of my favorite place to get home-like food. For me, it’s even better than many Chinese restaurants — it has a taste of home which I don’t get from other places. Taste of Asia offers food from South East Asia like Vietnam, Phillipines and Thai […]

A Feast With Gourmet Food From All Over the World

In Abilene, a place offers gourmet food from all over the world made by professional cooks – the international dinner at the Greens’ house takes place every Friday afternoon during school. The Greens have been hosting the international dinner for more than eight years. The purpose is to offer international students in Abilene home-like food […]

Enjoy your homemade colorful gourmet

A good way to select vegetables is to look at the color — the darker and more colorful a vegetable is, the more nutritious. Beautiful colors add flavor and enjoyment to a dish, and fried celery beef is a good example. It’s also one of the easiest Chinese dishes to make. For this dish, you’ll […]

Chocolate Crepe Hops Your Morning

Chocolate is many people’s favorite snack, and I am definitely not an exception. IHOP, the International House of Pancakes, serves a gourmet named the International Crepe Passport. It gives me a perfect taste of a chocolate breakfast — nutella wrapped inside hot crepe, with hot strawberry and syrup and cream on top, being sprinkled with […]

Grandma Spicy Cooks the Best Tofu in Abilene

Mapo Tofu is my favorite dish at Szechuan restaurant. Szechuan is a province in Southern China which has its special food style. Food in szechuan is characterized by its spiciness. Mapo in Chinese means “grandma spicy.” From the name, I think this dish was probably originally created by an elder lady who is known for […]

XiangSu Duck cuisine gives you a taste of Chinese Culture

Szechuan Chinese restaurant located at 3425 S 1st St, Abilene, TX. It is my favorite place to enjoy authentic Chinese food, one of which is my favorite dish – XiangSu Duck.. Duck is a common dish in China. In Chinese, XiangSu means fragrant and crispy. The duck was obliviously soused with special ingredients. While the […]

Big Purple Marching Band to perform on campus

ACU’s Big Purple Marching Band is performing a concert, bringing the rhythm and rhyme of classical music to campus on Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. in Cullen Auditorium. The Big Purple is ACU’s marching band, which consists of 120 students of various majors. The band, established in the 1960s, gives this concert performance every year, […]

Project Sustain to promote local food, healthy lifestyle

ACU’s Locavore Club will team up with Seekers of the Word and Wishing Well to host Project Sustain, an event promoting locally grown food and a healthy lifestyle. The event will take place in Cullen Auditorium on Thursday from 6-10 p.m. Seekers of the Word, ACU’s on-campus drama ministry, will perform during the event. The […]

Thursday Chapel to honor veterans

The university will honor the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces as a part of its annual Veterans Day Chapel in Moody Coliseum on Thursday. The Grand Chorus, a group of about 100 ACU students, will sing patriotic songs as a part of the tribute. Dr. Gary McCaleb, vice […]

Interior design students win multiple awards in Dallas

Interior design students won several awards this month at the American Society of Interior Designers Student Symposium in Dallas. English Minter, senior interior design major from Dallas and president of the ASID student chapter at ACU, won first place in the 2010/2011 ASID Texas Chapter Student Scholarships and was awarded a $2,000 scholarship. Six other […]

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