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Recipe: Kimchi hotpot

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Kimchi (if possible, my Mum homemade kimchi)
Kimchi paste (bought in Korea)
Mushroom (we used king oyster mushroom) Tips: cut in large pieces – crunchy
Spring Onion leaves
Others: just improvise

1 medium onion, finely sliced
sugar, to taste
pepper, to taste
olive oil or sesame oil, to taste
3 chopped garlic

I fry the onion and garlic 1st.

pork ribs

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July 10, 2011 at 4:13 am

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$: Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology : Global Research Outreach Program

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The SAIT Global Research Outreach (GRO) Program is SAIT’s annual call for proposal, open to world’s leading universities. With this call, SAIT invites your novel research ideas in SAIT’s research fields. Your ideas will be reviewed and selected by annually appointed SAIT technology board members for its novelty and alignment with SAIT’s research direction.

Selected proposals will be financially supported for one year, contract based, in a range of US $50,000 to US $100,000, including any overhead. Based on research outcomes and internal request for research continuance the contract may be renewed up to three years. Joint research proposals will be also accepted.

Most of all, we expect the SAIT GRO to be a platform that universities and SAIT build mutually prosperous relationships on research collaboration. Your questions or comments are gladly welcome. We look forward to your participation.

To learn more about this year’s SAIT GRO program and 2010 GRO result you may find out more information from 2011 GRO and 2010 GRO links.

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June 21, 2011 at 3:19 pm

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Korean Ondol: tips to maximize our home space

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Ondol is traditional Korean room with multiple functions. Rooms are not labeled or reserved for a specific purpose; there is no definite bedroom or dining room. Rather, tables and mats are brought in as needed. Most people sit and sleep on the floor using thick mats. Underneath the floors are stone or concrete flues (we can save on this since we are not experiencing harsh winter).

How to maximize our space at home?
No need bed frame.
Use foldable mattresses + mat beneath.
No need sofa.
Use stackable plastic chairs or rollable carpets with soft pillows.
Foldable tables and with wheels (for dining, studying).
Ceiling-high wardrobe.

Less furniture, more space. I like this idea.
The less we have, the more we feel.

Darling agrees that we adopt this ondol-kind of system, given that each tiny corner of houses is so expensive in this country. I look forward to owing a house, though we will be slaving for paying the mortgage. However, I believe that my income will not grow in a straight line, we will make it BIG.

Let’s learn from the Korean.

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December 28, 2010 at 3:23 pm

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Distinctive breakfast styles

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I adapt and eat locally.

In Seoul: Rice (brown rice), various kimchi (lotus root is my fav), teriyaki beef, soup (kimchi, tofu). Full of energy!
In Cambridge: dessert (tiramisu), banana, milk, Haagen Daz ice cream on bread (sometimes just the ice cream), yoghurts, cereals, pancakes + strawberries / blueberries + maple syrups (so Canadian), flavored tea + milk, 3 in 1 coffee.
In La Jolla: rice with dishes from last night, buns, ‘To go’ from dining at restaurants (which I could not finish), UCSD waffle with peanut butter and strawberry + French Vanila (my fav), green tea mochi ice cream, green tea.
In Singapore: Nasi lemak, $2 prawn noodle (near my 1st room rent at C).
In Beijing: Baozi, sweetless soya milk (my fav).

How will my breakfast in Tokyo be? I like Japanese food.
Next destination?

I love Thai food too (perhaps too spicy for breakfast), Indonesian ayam penyet + pecel lele, Indian Gobi, Beijing jiaozi, Italian pasta, Mediterranean grilled halumi, Vietnamese soups + fresh veggies, Swedish beef balls, and many more.

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November 6, 2009 at 5:23 am

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