Month: July 2022

American Dreamers is a series of conversations with leading Asian American entrepreneurs and business leaders in which they open up about everything from their startup stories and company building to confronting racism and making it in America. Andy Fang is the chief technology officer and one of the co-founders of DoorDash, everyone’s favorite food delivery
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The rum category is finally receiving the attention it deserves. In the US, the category grew 4% over 2020 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 5.2% by 2027. Major players saw significant growth — Malibu grew 20.7% and Bacardi, 8.5%. Yes, rum is an excellent base for rums and cokes and daiquiris.
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Richmond, British Columbia, is home to some of the best Asian cuisine in North America. Andrew Gunadie (aka gunnarolla) explores Richmond’s Dumpling Trail, a collection of more than 20 restaurants that serve up some variation of the dumpling. Watch more travel videos from Gunnarolla: https://www.youtube.com/user/gunnarolla Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelchanneltv Check Out Our Newsletter ► https://www.travelchannel.com/travel-channel-newsletters For
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DAY 909 // 13TH SEPTEMBER 2015 Massive thanks to Toyota for kindly sponsoring our road trip! Check out one of their newest models! http://www.toyota.com/camry DOWNLOAD MY APP STORIE http://bit.ly/storie1 follow what i’m up to as it happens on Snap chat: FunForLouis Dave Youtube // https://www.youtube.com/user/daveerasmus Twitter // https://twitter.com/daveerasmus Instagram // http://instagram.com/daveerasmus1 Storie // daveerasmus upload
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To say that advertising executive Tom Bannister likes granola is a massive understatement. What began as a casual appreciation for the breakfast cereal became a “true love” (his words!) over the years. Whenever he traveled with his wife Eva Chen, they’d always make a point to sample the local granola. “I’ve had granola from Tokyo
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You may not have heard of shochu, the most important traditional Japanese spirit. Or, you may have tasted it but never realized you did—lately, bartenders started using this versatile liquor in various cocktails like highballs, martinis and Negronis in the U.S. In Japan, shochu is more popular than sake. In 2020, shochu accounted for 15.4%
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What can you do with a cardboard box? Plenty! No longer destined for the recycling bin, turn your spare scraps into amazing things, from a hot air balloon and space rocket to a Chinese dragon and Tiki totem pole! Welcome to a world of crafting, creativity… and cardboard! Lonely Planet’s Cardboard Box Creations will take
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We sit down with Jack Harries of JacksGap to talk about travel, filmmaking, and the joys/frustrations of working with siblings. Jack’s Video from Dubai: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUFvtoidIAs&list=PLCz4fqxNcuDloL1ospJC46VtQ8bYPiqjU Check out Jacks Gap! JacksGap Blog: http://jacksgap.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/JacksGap Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jacksgap Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jacksgap Instagram: http://instagram.com/jacksgap SUBSCRIBE for new travel videos every Tuesday! http://www.youtube.com/user/vagabroth… VAGABROTHERS: We’re Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers,
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The chaos engulfing many major airports in North America and Europe since summer began hasn’t abated much, and news outlets and social media users continue to report on hordes of impatient travelers and mountains of misplaced suitcases. Source: Getty Images Canceled flights. Long lines. Staff walkouts. Missing luggage.  Sound familiar? The chaos engulfing many major
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