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United We Shine! Separated By Countries United By Family Recipes

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Traditions travel with people, so no matter where you are in the world, you can continue to share and celebrate your culture and heritage, and your family recipes will be the ones that express your heritage the most.

This book is for you if you are living in a different country, far away from your family and friends, and you are missing home, missing the traditional celebrations you used to share with your families, and missing your grandparents, parents, siblings and relatives who are living in another part of the world.

This book is about reconnecting to your beautiful childhood memories – wrapped around your delicious childhood dishes that you grew up with. It will encourage you to reconnect to your culture and your heritage and to re-establish the bonds with your loved ones even if you are separated by continents.

After reading this book you will be inspired to re-create all those wonderful dishes that you grew up with and share the joy of your beautiful heritage with family and friends, especially your children in your adopted country.

The author writes that no matter where you are in the world, you are still connected and bonded by your heritage through your childhood food. Even though you may be separated by countries, you are still connected by your favourite childhood dishes.

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2 reviews for United We Shine! Separated By Countries United By Family Recipes

  1. Sweetie Goh

    Lay Ean has brought out many good points about how to connect with our children, family and friends thru food. It makes interesting reading for a migrant like me as l can relate to her experiences in adapting to her new country with its different values and culture and guiding her children into adopting the best of both cultures.

  2. Takayama

    This book brings back nostalgic memories of my childhood days. Thinking back, I may have passed some of the cultures to my children through food, without realizing it, but in Japan n at that time in Tsuchiura, there were no Malaysians around. (No community support)
    It is good that you have a purpose in what you are doing n that your children benefited from our Malaysian culture, traditions n heritage. No amount of money can buy this knowledge for the children.
    I must say it takes year’s patients n a lot of research to do what you have done. Well done. Keep it up!

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