Meet the World
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Meet the World

Where did the Fortune Cookie come from?

I have never seen it in Asia

When I first went to a Vietnamese restaurant in Montreal, Canada, I was served so-called “Fortune Cookies”, after the meal. They look like twisted shells containing a piece of paper inside, on which there is a message, telling fortunes.

“I am not sure if it is Vietnamese or Chinese, but in North America, they normally…




Travel, backpacking, language. Stories and poems while wandering around on this planet. The world is much colourful than you imagine.

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A Japanese born blogger and writer who currently lives in Canada.

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