PAPERSKY magazine issue #49 on Taiwan, theme "cook".
On this issue:
The history of food and cooking in Taiwan is as deep as the ocean that surrounds the mountainous island. In Taiwanese cuisine influences from all of mainland China can be found, in addition Japanese styles are prevalent and native Taiwanese dishes live on as well. Taiwan's unique variation of Chinese regional cooking styles mixed with aboriginal Taiwan as well as Taiwan's past rulers: the Dutch, Spanish and later Japanese have created a literal melting pot of some of the world's top cuisines.
Tastes from Taiwan / Yikin Hyo｜Taiwan 'Cook'- Traveler's Guide｜Beitou Cooking Trip / Evan Lin | Taiwan Souvenir｜Papersky Book & Music Store｜Travel To Your Mind｜Papersky Interview / Yuka Aoki｜Life of Fiction / Steven Millhauser｜Senshoku / Yaeyama Weavers｜Rapha presents Find Your Own Tokyo | Jomon Field Work / Nao Tsuda｜Life Knowledge / Naoki Ishikawa｜Taiwan Bicycle & Food Trip / Yilan & Tainan｜Tour de Nippon in Nagoya｜ | PAPERSKY Clubs (Mountain, Bicycle, Book, Food, Japan)
PAPERSKY magazine was born from a concept of being a door to the world and a means to journey within oneself. A bilingual magazine in Japanese and English, each issue delves into PAPERSKY team's personal journeys taken on foot or bicycle, finding historic trails and beaten paths, tasting food harvested locally, listening to the stories of inhabitants of the land and sea... taking you on an adventure on 'Spaceship Earth'.