Here is this week’s East Asia blog roundup :
- Daily Onigiri – ROK shares some photos taken of the cherry blossoms at Tokyo’s Chidorigafuchi Park.
- David on Formosa – David reviews the Taiwanese movie Taipei Exchanges.
- Filination – Fili visits the Che Kung temple in Hong Kong’s Sha Tin district.
- Japan : Life & Religion – Doug talks about the health benefits of tsukemono, or Japanese pickled vegetables.
- Jottings from the Granite Studio – Jeremiah writes about his experiences thus far in Yunnan and his time amongst the Tibetan residents of Napa.
- Just Hungry – Maki’s fifth and final entry in her Postcards from Kyoto series on Kyoto’s delicacies and food culture.
- On My Way to Korea – The author has a fun night out at the Lotus Lantern Festival in Seoul.
- Shizuoka Gourmet – Dragonlife shares a recipe for vegan edamame tofu.
- Speaking of China – Jocelyn gives some advice to a reader who wants to know how to cope with body image issues in China.
- The Hopeless Romantic – Claytonian explains some money-related yoji, or Japanese 4-character idioms.
- The View from Over Here - The author talks about her recent green tea picking experience at the Hadong Green Tea Festival.
- Waiguoren Critic of South China – Matthew bids farewell to his old passport.
- Webs of Significance – YTSL spends a day wandering around Hong Kong’s Po Tai Island.
- Xinjiang : Far West China – Josh is pleased to see that “full” internet access has been restored in Xinjiang after almost a year.
That’s all for this week. The next blog roundup will be on May 23, 2010.