PLAYLIST: youtube.com AUDIO: CK’s Text-to-Speech to MP3 for Mac (Apple VoiceOver Alex): www.krishnapath.org TEXT: The original 1972 edition of “Easy Journey to Other Planets”: krishnapath.org IMAGES j.mp To clearly read the captions, click “CC,” “Other Settings” then select the “Segoe UI” font. You can download it here: causelessmercy.com
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: KA SHEN’S JOURNEY is the definitive and true life story of NANCY KWAN, who as a young Eurasian girl from Hong Kong captured the hearts and minds of cinemagoers around the world in her stunning motion picture debut role in THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG (1960), then in her unforgettable follow up role as “Linda Lo” in the all Asian, Rodgers & Hammerstein Hollywood hit musical FLOWER DRUM SONG (1961). With just two pictures in two years, the Eurasian girl from Hong Kong would become one of the most sought after young stars in Hollywood. But, the motion pictures that would follow would never again mirror, that initial success.
www.FoodBusinessInterviews.com presents Lon Symensma. In 2000, he was doing a fellowship at The Culinary Institute of America in Escoffier, the Classical French restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. The following year with two friends from the CIA sharing an apartment in New York City, now working professionally in New York’s world class restaurant scene. In 2002, Lon decided to continue his culinary training and left NYC to travel throughout Europe and Asia where he spent a year working at two Michelin two-star restaurants in the south of France and apprenticing at the acclaimed Arzak restaurant in San Sebastian, Spain. The next year Lon continued his travels throughout Southeast Asia and China under the guidance of mentors and renowned chefs Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Gray Kunz and was a part of the opening team at Jean Georges Shanghai. When Lon returned to New York City, he joined Jean-Georges at his iconic Southeast Asian inspired restaurant, Spice Market. Fast-forward to 2010, with numerous culinary accolades and four years at Buddakan, which earned a coveted New York Times two star review and was named the fifth highest grossing restaurant in the United States, Lon moved to Denver to join his long time friend Alicia Pokoik Deters and Jim to make their dream of opening their own restaurant a reality in Denver’s thriving culinary scene. With access to local, sustainable agriculture and a community with an appetite for healthy … Video Rating: 5 / 5