Getting kids to try multicultural dishes, one non-beige food at a time

Getting kids to try multicultural dishes, one non-beige food at a time
Shirtliffe is the author of No More Beige Food (illustrated by Tina Kugle and available now), a followup of sorts to her 2011 children's book The Change Your Name Store, in which a young girl named Wilma Lee Wu travels around her neighbourhood, “trying …
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In hope of better times
Six teams, including the national teams of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and the under-22 sides of Malaysia, Thailand, Bahrain and Singapore took part in the tournament, which witnessed full-house crowds in all the matches involving the hosts. Having lost …
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