PUBLISHED: 22:25 04 June 2018 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Scenes from the 2017 Taste of Sudbury festival Picture: Collett Creative Archant More than 60 stalls, two cookery theatres, a fringe tent and live entertainments await visitors to Sudbury’s free food and drink festival on June 10. Love food? Well get yourself over to the market town of Sudbury this Sunday where more than 60 stallholders and street food vendors will line Market Hill and fill St Peter’s Church in one of the county’s most exciting, growing foodie events. Running from 10am to 4pm, not only can you fill your tum on anything from gourmet brownies to tantalising boozy tipples, but pick-up tips from the cookery theatre or ICE Cook School demonstration areas, and learn about how honey’s made and more in the brand new Big Lottery Fund grant-awarded Fringe Tent. Here’s a flavour of what you can get your mitts on at lunchtime during the day. Don’t forget – entry to the festival … [Read more...] about What can you eat at Taste of Sudbury this Sunday?
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Mohamad Radytio - Indonesia While people usually point fingers toward the United States and Europe, the trend of hostility against the ethnic Muslim community can also be seen in the Buddhist majority counties of Asia. Despite the ongoing genocidal extermination and systematic atrocities against the Muslims in several Buddhist majority countries such as in Myanmar, Thailand, and Sri Lanka where the Monck-led acts of repression, rioting, and discrimination against the Muslim population have become a regular feature. As against it, the Buddhist minority population in Muslim majority Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei have not yet faced any reprisal or revenge attacks. In Malaysia, there are many Buddhist politicians and businessmen outshining their Muslim compatriots. They even rule the Penang, an important province with prominent name in business and economy. They are being represented both as the ruling ministers and opposition leaders. The Buddhist minority is well-positioned in the … [Read more...] about Buddhists living in peace in Muslim majority countries