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Savoring Shodoshima: Japan

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 offee and a hamburger?” a smiling barista named Hirai asks me. It’s a damp, drizzly day on Shodoshima Island, the second largest in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea. Five ho...


A Snapshot of Vancouver’s Street Corner Food Scene

We’re standing outside food cart shaded under a red umbrella, a human line stretching away from it, the smell of roasting meat and spicy sauces blooming into the air. The metal cart is plastered with pictures of celebriti...



Survival of the Fittest: Hong Kong

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 t was Sunday morning in Hong Kong, and Ka Ho Restaurant was packed.  For it being the weekend, we were surprised at how many people were out. We had just spent the week ...


Sensory Overload in Morocco

By Nellie Huang | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine  Berber man dressed in a red tunic, with a monkey on his shoulder, approaches me, “Photo, Miss?” I politely decline with a smile and snake my way through the l...



Oaxaca: Expecting the Unexpected

By David C. Hammond | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) s that really iguana meat?” I ask my guide, Ricardo Torres. He nods and giggles. In the heart of the chaotic Tehuantepec market, a blac...