Here's where to find it in New Jersey. By Emily Bell July 30, Jerseyans have long been familiar with Italian ice and with sno-cones, but the latest sensation has a different accent. Fluffy and colorful, Asian-style shaved ice colloquially known as shave ice is actually rather old school. As far back as the 11th century, Japanese Heian nobility were gobbling up a version called kakigori. Back then it could be made only in winter and was shaved with a knife.
Women's Life Why Chinese women like me aren't ashamed of our body hair This month, Chinese women have been showing-off their armpit hair as part of an online campaign. Yuan Ren explains why, for them, it's not a feminist statement Photo: Weibo By Yuan Ren 7: Chinese tradition had no demands in this respect — armpit or leg hair was just part of your body and nothing to be ashamed about. The competition generated much attention from Western press, which reported it as a sweeping feminist campaign by Chinese women against body image pressures. Yet I was left wondering what such a demonstration actually means for Chinese women. Of course in the UK, such a campaign would be a clear push against social expectations.