Some publication related to the Foodi Project:
“Eat, work, love: alternative tourists’ connection with ethnic food”
by Rosmini Omar, Stefanos Vegas and other international collaborators
Ethnic food is a pivotal polysemic artifact, yet commonly studied based on experience. This leaves an eclipse in understanding its overall significance and implications. The purpose of this paper is to explore the interactions of experience, intimacy and embodiment from the lens of alternative tourism and Asia as a destination image.
Publish in British Food Journal, Volume 122 Issue 6. Read More->
By Margaret Chan, UiTM