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Travel Guide: Diverse Foodie Culture in Multicultural Melbourne

Multicultural Melbourne nurtures a diverse foodie culture that mirrors its cultural history. With the 10th largest immigration population in the world, Melbourne has been described as a ‘multicultural melting pot’. From Chinese dumpling houses in Chinatown on Little Burke Street … Continue reading Travel Guide: Diverse Foodie Culture in Multicultural Melbourne

Borough Market

Anthropology: Take a Stroll Through Borough Market, the Oldest Food Market in London

The oldest market in London, Borough Market has existed as far back as the 11th century selling grains, fish and produce close to the London Bridge. In the 13th century, the market moved to Borough High Street and closed for … Continue reading Anthropology: Take a Stroll Through Borough Market, the Oldest Food Market in London

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Chavín Domestication of Quinoa and its Affects on Civilization

The Chavín civilization flourished in the vertically stratified terrain of present-day Peru. Archaeological evidence suggests that the Chavín experienced a shift from a mobile lifestyle to a more sedentary lifestyle for a dependable food supply. They domesticated crops, such as … Continue reading Chavín Domestication of Quinoa and its Affects on Civilization