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…

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

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Mai(はな)

Mai(はな)

A Japanese born blogger and writer who currently lives in Canada. https://japanesque-cafe.com/

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