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- A very personal social cost of big data and ad targeting... https://t.co/KscmYsek0M
- As a means of fresh #water procurement, a firm wants to tow an iceberg from #Antarctica to Abu Dhabi. What impact… https://t.co/8xecsKHkhU
- @SOIFutures Howdy SOIF! Your first "Register to take part" link in the document appears to be incorrect? It's going to a Google Docs file?
- Twitter reminded me that today is my #MyTwitterAnniversary But I still prefer and miss @Pownce from @leahculver,… https://t.co/swkAByehpP
- .@FuturesCentre #signalofchange with potentially dire consequences for Arctic ecosystems and sea levels. https://t.co/aCh5EJqjvK
- @minarchek @riveong Interesting! Will have to have a look.
- @lindbloem @riveong Tempe, maybe, but *tahu* is a borrowing from Chinese and not a really old one, either. It doesn… https://t.co/wEhFYXjRPC
- @lindbloem @riveong It's tough to figure out but even if we have all the ingredients we still don't have many recip… https://t.co/1QEfBqRkbA
- @lindbloem @riveong There are - Wang Dayuan and Ma Huan (not really merchants per se) in particular. Ma Huan is par… https://t.co/hjSAvwta7V
- @ifanismail @riveong Right! Indo-Malaysian food is full of post-Columbian ingredients that have been so indigenised… https://t.co/01ZhWv8YWE
- @riveong @siwaratrikalpa There must be info on royal court cuisines in Aceh in the hikayats from the 16th and 17th… https://t.co/MDECxwZnnJ
- @siwaratrikalpa @riveong My grandmother apparently makes fried crickets
- @lindbloem @riveong Crickets are nice! And probably a dish eaten in medieval Java.
- @siwaratrikalpa @riveong Fascinating. And that's exactly the issue: many of the staple and iconic contemporary cuis… https://t.co/BmHyIJCXOP
- @riveong @siwaratrikalpa I mean there are some accountd written by Chinese merchants no?
- @siwaratrikalpa @riveong The things I know they eat during precolonial times for commoners: Tempe, tahu, fried/roasted fish with salt, rice
- @siwaratrikalpa @riveong Im pretty sure peanut sauce is very recent, I know we drank tuak/coconut liqueur and eat boar.
- @siwaratrikalpa Random question: do you know how to best find out about Indonesian food traditions, such as if ther… https://t.co/0yVuJcA5QJ
- @riveong Big question and one I'm fascinated by. Unfortunately we have no medieval Indo-Malaysian cookbooks to go b… https://t.co/RswJkygXkN
- @riveong Pigafetta tells us that when he arrived in Brunei the Sultan had a huge range of different dishes prepared… https://t.co/1KbJ5K8IyR
- @riveong The Old Javanese kakawin Desawarnana also tells us outright that the king could eat a range of different m… https://t.co/fabwFKUQaM
- @riveong Hedi Hinzler here in Leiden has written about the foods depicted in reliefs or written about in certain te… https://t.co/6JcSvWwm9n
- @riveong She mostly worked on Java and Bali rather than the Malay-speaking parts (or the east). I'm not going to go… https://t.co/X4SsjQFEmo
- @riveong I would say, though, that one of the most productive ways of looking at medieval Indo food is to look at m… https://t.co/b1QJAnq4mc
- @riveong Anyway, big topic and a fascinating one. I hope one day to be able to say more than this about how people… https://t.co/wJejqNXY0r
Signal of change / Malaysian government commits to maintaining forest cover and halting palm oil expansion
Signal of change / Standard Chartered becomes first Asia-centric bank to cease funding coal-fired power plants