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Panorama emphasises writing and the visual arts created with a deep intelligence, reconnecting us to the world. Thank you for considering submitting your work to...
Sunday Magazine: 09.10.16
Welcome to our new weekly Sunday Magazine. Each Sunday, we’ll bring you selected works from around the world, from travel poetry to fiction to photography....
Bio: Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee
“Exciting food and travel writing invites the reader to an open seat at the global dining table. It doesn’t look with an exotic gaze into...
Weekend Reading: Blue cheese blues
My brother and I waited until we knew we were alone, and darted into the little pantry. The old fridge hummed and hissed and gurgled...
Weekend Reading: Food for the inner child
My first meaningful encounter with food took place on the French Riviera in the summer of 1991. I don’t remember it, but the story has...
Sunday Magazine: 23.10.16
Welcome to the third installment of our Sunday Magazine, the perfect literary accompaniment to your weekend. In this issue, our Gastronomy Editor, Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee...
Weekend Reading: Jesus, Uno, Kimchi Pizza
It was the start of a three-day Memorial Day weekend. I stood there leaning on the counter, watching my folks’ forest green Lincoln Continental pull...
Weekend Reading: Cool Enough
Roll. Pinch. Smash. Roll. All in one swift smooth motion, a chef rolled dough into cylinders, pinched off equally-sized chunks, smashed each with the palm...
Weekend Reading: Never Say Never
Over 1,200 years ago, disgruntled Norse Viking sailed northward and started a new society, complete with a parliament, on an island they called Snæland, “land...
Weekend Reading: Burrata in Chinatown
From my seat at the kitchen table, I watched my mother pick up a bright red pepper from her baking sheet, its skin shrivelled and...
Weekend Reading: The Taste of Healing
At the age of 28, in 1992, I was told I had HIV and maybe “a good five years” to live. By the time the...
Weekend Reading: When the Cock Crows
“You shouldn’t have done it,” whispered the willowy brunette standing across from me. She was staring at the book she held in her hands, not...
Open: Bola Nuts
The sun was hot on the back of my neck. Hunger stretched and yawned like an expectant embryo needing nourishment in my belly. I unwrapped...
Seen: Partition, Migration and Immigration as Travel Stories: Stories of Three Women Who Wro(i)te
Where I come from, we talk about distance in memories. Remember when your mother tied the suitcase with a chain to the railway berth so...
Seen: Adventures in the French Digestive Tract
The cliché is that the French are obsessed with sex. But I would argue that if the French, and Parisians in particular, are fixated on...
Seen: Bitter Melon in Oregon
A tropical to subtropical vine, bitter melon (Momordica charantia) is one of the more challenging plants I attempt in our short growing season in northeastern...
Lost: The Essence of Bourdain
In the aftermath of a catastrophe, such as a suicide, it is so much easier to be reminiscent and melancholy. We wallow in the why...
Lost: Tacos Arabes
In the late 1990s, my husband and I moved to Guadalajara, Mexico as he was attending the local medical school. In our early twenties, California-raised...
Lost: Losing, Lost, Finding, Found
The compass originates in China during the Han Dynasty (2nd c BC-1st c AD), and was called a “south-governor,” used not for navigation but fortune...
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