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Stir fried rice noodles with Prawns (Chow Mei Fun) is one of the many local dishes in Hong Kong. It is probably most consumed in Chinese restaurants when Hong Kong people go ‘yum cha’ (literally means drink tea). ‘Yum Cha’ is part of the daily life of many locals; elderly people like my own grandparents often enjoy it after a Tai Chi session or a stroll in the park in the early morning, catching up with the neighbours on the latest gossips.
The staff in our London office recently went to Mandalay Way, located on Edgeware Road and we can
Today marks the Hindu Festival of Holi, which is the Festival of Colour. Holi is an ancient festival which is referred to in the 7th century Sanskrit drama, Ratnaval.
Coconut Noodle with Chicken (Ohn-Noe-Kaut-Swe) is one of the popular dishes that Burmese people usually offer at religious donation ceremonies or on special occasions.
Today is International Women’s Day - a day to celebrate women’s achievements from the past, present and future. The global day was established in the early 1900s and embraces women’s work in economics, politics, and sociology. Now it is even an official holiday in many countries.
The whole team at TransIndus are proud to announce that yesterday Amrit Singh, our Managing Director, was officially named as the new Deputy Chairman of AITO (Association of Independent Tour Operators).
A visit to the office from C-3PO, George Lucas’ much loved shiny gold robot from Star Wars aka Anthony Daniels, definitely raised the mood, pulse and ‘midichlorian’ levels of the TransIndus team yesterday.
We are proud to have been named the winner of the Silver Award in the category of Best Tour Operator to Southern Asia at the British Travel Awards 2010.
Robert Plant (frontman of Led Zeppelin) dropped by the TransIndus office recently to plan his latest trip to Rajasthan, India and kindly posed for a photo with the TransIndus team and signed some autographs for the rock fans among us - plus some for family and friends!