Here is this week’s Sunday edition of the East Asia Blog Round-Up :
- Jay Dee in Japan – Jay Dee lists some of the food he can’t get enough of in Japan.
- Just Hungry – Maki shares her recipe for tamago dofu, a cool savoury egg custard treat which is perfect for the hot summer months.
- Konnichiwa – Bartman says sayonara to Japan after his 2 and a half year stay in the country.
- Kyoto Foodie - The Foodie talks about soba boro cookies, a traditional Japanese cookie made from buckwheat flour.
- Nihon Shock – Lloyd learns some crime-related Japanese vocabulary.
- Red Cook – Kian shows his support for the recent ban on the sale and consumption of shark fins in Hawaii and shares his recipe for a delicious vegetarian “shark fin” soup.
- Sake, Kimono & Tabi – The author visits the Yakumo Shrine in Kawai, Okutama Town.
- Shizuoka Gourmet – Dragonlife talks about traditional Japanese clogs,or geta.
- Speaking of China – Jocelyn offers some advice to a reader who is debating whether or not to move to China to be with her Chinese boyfriend.
- SweetPersimmon – The author is offering readers a chance to win one of three prizes : a CD of haiku poems, a copy of the book Tea Here Now and a red raku tea bowl. The competition closes on July 10.
- The China Beat – Mark Frazier gives a lengthy and informative introduction to Chinese labour within contemporary Chinese society and politics.
- The Daily Bubble Tea – Todd stumbles upon some Formosan Rock Macaques while hiking along the Songboling Trail in Ershui, Taiwan.
- The Japanese Food Report – Harris reminisces about a visit to Amazakeyokocho, an old shopping street in Tokyo.
- Tsukublog – Avi explains some of the customs associated with Japan’s Tanabata Festival.
- Waiguoren Critic of South China : Matthew talks about one of the things he misses about Shenzhen : affordable lychees.
The next East Asia blog round-up will be on Wednesday 7 July, 2010.