Multi-sensory experiences are gaining prominence in the world of food and beverages and may prove vital in solving global nutrition challenges.
As published in The World of Food Ingredients. As one of the largest consumer markets and the second largest economy in the world, China’s vast social, political and economic changes over the past decades have created a wealth of opportunities for food and beverage innovators. Full article can be found here.
When traditional culture and environmental protection concerns clash Lucy Gunn Abstract The following essay discusses air pollution in Taiwan caused by ritual burnings, including the burning of incense and joss paper. It looks at the role of ritual burning in Taiwanese religious culture and discusses some research on pollution caused by ritual burnings, and their … Continue reading Ritual Burning in Taiwanese Religious Practices and Air Pollution