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Welcome to my blog: WXY

Hello, my name is Xinyao Wang. I am a student from tourism program. I currently live in Montreal, Canada, but I am originally from Tianjin, China. Since I have been here for almost three years, I have knowledge on tourism. I love traveling, cooking, tasting the food and taking pictures.

I have been to Russia, Hong Kong, Inner Mongolia, Quebec City and Eastern Township.

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Red Square, Russia
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Vieux-Québec
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Bleu Lavande, Eastern Township

Gastronomy is one of my favorite parts during traveling. I am good at cooking Chinese food: noodles, fried rice, dumplings, etc.… In my free time, I go to Korean, Japanese and Asian restaurants with my friends.

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Lan Zhou Noodles
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Type of noodles in Tianjin
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Cucumber with Shrimp Omelet, rice

Before I start my first blog post, I will briefly go over what WXY means and what will consist of. WXY is not only my short name but also stands for we & you. It means I want to share my experience related food and multi-culture. It is about food, culture, and people.

“Eating is the primary way of initiating and maintaining human relationships,” I read it once from Consuming Passions by Peter Farb and George Armelagos. Everyone (we and you) cannot leave eating. We all live in a culture of food: what we eat, where we eat, how we eat, and with whom eat. We taste different types of food around the world and meanwhile learn multi-culture about the world.

Although we have particular characteristic and behaviors, I am willing to discover and explore how multicultural stores and restaurants can affect our choices. And I’m ready to try the variety of cuisines and share them with you as well.

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food, culture, and people

Food is culture; culture is a way of life of people.

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