Here is this week’s edition of the Eye on East Asia Blog Round-Up :
- Aeri’s Kitchen – Aeri shares a mouthwatering recipe for minari sukju namul (미나리숙주나물), a Korean watercress and bean sprout side dish.
- China Hope Live - Joel’s illustrated guide to edible northern Chinese insects (not for the faint-hearted!)
- Contemporary Japanese Literature - Kathryn reviews Otsuichi’s book Summer, Fireworks and My Corpse.
- Japan : Life and Religion - Doug talks about the influential roles of priestesses throughout Japanese history.
- Just Hungry - Maki visits the Obana (尾花) restaurant to try some traditional Edo-style eel.
- Konnichiwa - Bartman posts photos and videos of some of the many taiko performances he has seen during his time in Tokyo.
- Maangchi - Maangchi shares her recipe for a warming ox bone soup, or seolleongtang (설렁탕).
- Speaking of China - Jocelyn posts a list of novels and autobiographies which feature Western women in relationships with Chinese men.
- The China Beat – An excerpt from the first chapter of Karl Gerth’s new book, As China Goes, So Goes the World.
- The View from Over Here - The author visits the Seongeup Folk Village (성읍민속마을) in Jeju.
- Wandering Taiwan - Micki and Kristen visit an incense shop in Lugang (鹿港) to learn more about the methods used to make traditional handmade joss sticks.
That’s all for this week. The next East Asia Blog Round-Up will be posted on Wednesday 24th November 2010.