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Nguyen's Greater Mekong: A Culinary Journey from China to Vietnam. Start reading From China to Vietnam: A food journey along the Mekong River on your Kindle in under a minute

Luke Nguyen's Greater Mekong: A Culinary Journey from China to Vietnam. Luke Nguyen is a well-renowned Vietnamese Australian chef, best known as the host of television series Luke Nguyen's Vietnam and more recently his new series which ties in with this cookbook, From China to Vietnam. Born in a Thai refugee camp after his parents escaped their homeland in Vietnam, Luke's family eventually made their way to Australia where Luke was raised in Sydney's vibrant and notorious Vietnamese quarter. Start reading From China to Vietnam: A food journey along the Mekong River on your Kindle in under a minute.

From China to Vietnam is an evocative culinary adventure that explores Asia’s most famous river. Along the way he discovers the local cuisines and learns the heart-warming stories from the people he meets. Starting in south-west China and journeying through Myanmar, northern Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, before meandering down to the vast Mekong Delta in Vietnam, Luke Nguyen immerses himself in the cultures and communities who depend upon this life-giving river. Along the way he discovers the. From China to Vietnam is an evocative culinary adventure that explores Asia’s most famous river.

Although the Mekong’s strategic significance has waned, the river remains as important as ever for people living . Thirty miles east of the plateau at Pakse’s port, cruise-boats and floating hotels are getting ready for the journey south down the Mekong.

Although the Mekong’s strategic significance has waned, the river remains as important as ever for people living in rural Laos, especially the farmers of the Bolaven Plateau. Thirty miles east of the Mekong, these fertile highlands produce nine-tenths of the country’s vegetables and nearly all its coffee crop, nurtured by the volcanic soil, a temperate climate and the Mekong’s muddy, nutrient-rich waters. Supplies are loaded, engines cough into life, and passengers settle into their cabins for the long journey.

China, which operates 11 dams along the main stem of the Mekong (or Lancang, as it’s known in China), has come under particular criticism for how it operates its dams in secrecy without much regard for water flow downstream. It is not a member of the intergovernmental Mekong River Commission, which was set up in 1995 to facilitate regional dialogue in the lower Mekong River basin

A family’s floating home on the Mekong River in Cambodia in December . The Laotian government is relying on money borrowed from China to fund many of these dams.

A family’s floating home on the Mekong River in Cambodia in December, near the site of a proposed dam. Chinese officials and companies hope that building new dams in the region will offset slackening growth back home. Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times. Eleven dams are proposed for the lower mainstream Mekong, along with at least 300 more on feeder waterways. Of the dams in Laos whose operators and builders have been made public, about half are associated with Chinese companies.

From China to Vietnam, the Mekong River is the lifeblood of Southeast Asia and offers a glimpse into the long history .

From China to Vietnam, the Mekong River is the lifeblood of Southeast Asia and offers a glimpse into the long history and diverse cultures of the region. The 12th longest river in the world and the 7th longest in Asia, it flows through six countries: China, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. A journey with Avalon Waterways along the mighty Mekong River through Vietnam and Cambodia offers an unforgettable blend of fascinating cultures, ancient architectural wonders, and beautiful riverscapes and landscapes. 2:38 Unique Cultural Experiences.

Mekong River Cruise: Cambodia and Vietnam. Unforgettable journeys on Asia’s most legendary river. Culture and civilisations have flourished around great rivers throughout history, and the Mekong is no exception

Mekong River Cruise: Cambodia and Vietnam. Culture and civilisations have flourished around great rivers throughout history, and the Mekong is no exception. The opportunity to discover rich heritage and traditions enriched by 2,000 years of human history is what makes the Mekong river cruise one of Asia’s most epic and worthwhile journeys on water. A traveler cruising the Mekong is in close pursuit of a glorious past, retracing significant human accomplishments and cultural highs.

You will be cruising along the Mekong River on a motor boat to enjoy . Small Rowing Boat Trip. Experienced English speaking Tour Guide.

You will be cruising along the Mekong River on a motor boat to enjoy fascinating view from both sides. Kick back and observe the stunning scenery pass you by, watching daily life as it unfolds on the riverbanks. And biking around the villages. After pickup at your central Ho Chi Minh hotel, relax on the scenic journey to My Tho by air-conditioned bus. Stop en route at Ben Luc to visit a temple, then cruise along the Mekong River by motorized boat. Pass rice paddies, fish cages, and stilted houses, and dock at an island to visit a home.

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From China to Vietnam: A food journey along the Mekong River by Luke Nguyen
English | Apr 1, 2015 | ASIN: B00TF7ILZU | 272 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 51 MB
From China to Vietnam is an evocative culinary adventure that explores Asia’s most famous river. Starting in south-west China and journeying through Myanmar, northern Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, before meandering down to the vast Mekong Delta in Vietnam, Luke Nguyen immerses himself in the cultures and communities who depend upon this life-giving river. Along the way he discovers the local cuisines and learns the heart-warming stories from the people he meets.
Filled with stunning photography and authentic recipes from each region, From China to Vietnam captures the true essence of this magnificent river: its people, food, culture and beauty.
Luke Nguyen is the owner of Sydney’s famous Red Lantern restaurants. He has written four previous cookbooks and is the presenter of several SBS cooking shows, including Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong, the companion to this book. Luke currently splits his time between Sydney and Vietnam.
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From China to Vietnam A food journey along the Mekong River