Mash-Up Round-Up: Oops, My Adopted Chinese Son is Korean
Mash-Ups in the News:
Is this real? Is anything real? Reddit strikes again in uncovering massive human fails.
via The Blemish
We love a good language map. How do you say, “Necesito el baño?” in Nahuatl?
via Business Insider
This Japanese pop-up only serves Hello Kitty shaped foods. Why…Or why not? That is the question.
This incredibly stylish young British-Sikh dude has a blog of fashionable Sikhs. It’s smart and inviting.
via Wall Street Journal
We like to purely speculate as much as the next guy, but reading this description of the “differences” between Japanese, Korean and Chinese people makes our entire body convulse.
via The Internet
This superstar young pastry chef is a Bajan-Black man from the Bronx married to a Japanese woman and is moving to Copenhagen to work at the best restaurant in the world, with another great Mash-Up. Plus, his aunt seems like a sweetie.
via NY Times
Ladies and priests fall in love and it’s forbidden by the Church, butmaybe it’s actually very common. (Yes, once again we’re evoking the Canterbury Tales.) But actually there’s a “Let Priests Get Married” movement afoot and it’s important.
via NY Times
OH THE IRONY. In Korea, pubic hair represents sexual health and fertility. When Korean ladies experience pube-loss, they get hair transplanted from their scalps. You’re welcome!
via Refinery 29
Mindy gives her tips for the best places to go in Manhattan.
via The Infatuation