Instant noodles (most often ramen) are the pick-me-up of choice for college students and budget-conscious geeks the world over, but they weren’t always so ubiquitous. Nissin, one of the major brands for instant ramen, recently debuted an anime-inspired rap video detailing the true story behind the origins of the savory snack. And it’s… surprisingly awesome.You can (and should) watch the video below.Pulling heavily from shows like Samurai Champloo, the “Samurai Noodles” video opens with a syncopated back-beat and relaxed Japanese rap set against noir-inspired background art. In the days of post-World War II Japan, after the mass destruction of war and an anemic economy, many were left hungry. They would wait in long-lines at makeshift ramen stalls because it was often the only food available. The pain and anguish of his people sends Momofuku Ando, the inventor of instant noodles and founder of Nissin, into a deep despair.“Peace will come to the world when there is enough food,” Ando said. “Only if I can create ramen that can be quickly prepared and eaten at home with just hot water…” So, in secret, he decides to save his people and feed the hungry with easily prepared noodles.Ando built a shed behind his house and worked every day to come up with working formula. His “Eureka!” moment came when he say his wife making tempura, and it helped him realized that he could dehydrate noodles by flash-frying them in oil. In 1958 he finally had a recipe he could mass produce. He founded Nissin and began shipping the first instant noodles — chicken flavored, if you were wondering.
CopyApartments, Social Housing•Vitoria, Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/345378/56-dwellings-in-salburua-patxi-cortazar Clipboard Products used in this ProjectPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesSTAC BONDComposite Panel – STACBOND® PESave this picture!© César San MillánText description provided by the architects. The architectural proposal intendsto implement a contemporary housing program, with two-bedroom apartment unitsand lofts with two floors as well as exterior private spaces. Save this picture!© César San Millán+ 27 Share Save this picture!© César San MillánThe typology of the dwellings inthe upper floors allows for a single daytime space that includes the hall,dining room, living room and kitchen, as well as a small bathroom distributor.The single space is open towards both orientations, it is cross-ventilated andits functional flexibility is achieved through two sliding panels thatalternatively close off the kitchen and the distributor. 56 Dwellings in Salburúa / Patxi Cortazar Save this picture!West ElevationThe exterior massing is a darkbrick parallelepiped with its west façade perforated by terraces with solarprotection mobile aluminum elements and glass railings. On the east façade, fourstaircases with a polycarbonate skin simulate great vertical luminaries duringthe afternoons. Architects: Patxi Cortazar Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/345378/56-dwellings-in-salburua-patxi-cortazar Clipboard CopyAbout this officePatxi CortazarOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsSocial HousingVitoriaSpainPublished on March 18, 2013Cite: “56 Dwellings in Salburúa / Patxi Cortazar” [56 Viviendas en Salburúa / Patxi Cortazar] 18 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Senate President Bill Galvano, on Tuesday, said he supports legislation that would require minors to get consent from their parents before obtaining an abortion.“I have said, ‘yes,’ that’s something that I have an interest in and have looked at,” Galvano told reporters at the Tallahassee annual Associated Press pre-session event.The Florida House of Representatives initially passed the parental-consent bill during the 2019 session, but the proposal later died in the Senate.Galvano, on Tuesday, attributed the bill’s failure to “time running short.”Galvano predicted that the proposal for the 2020 session (SB 404) would be considered earlier by the Senate Health Policy Committee.Galvano’s comments came after the House Health & Human Services Committee last week, in a partisan vote, approved the 2020 version of the House parental-consent bill.It was the only committee to hear the proposal (HB 265), which means the measure now is available for a full floor vote after the session starts in January.The Florida Republican also noted on Tuesday that he did not see other forms of anti-abortion legislation, including the wide-spread Fetal Heartbeat Bill, “getting much traction in the Senate.”Florida law currently requires parents to be notified if their daughter plans to have an abortion.However, parents cannot prevent their child from having an abortion under current Florida law.The current parental notification law in Florida also has certain exemptions which provides a judicial waiver process that allows pregnant teenagers to get around the requirement.If the proposed parental-consent legislation is passed, it will ban physicians from performing abortions on minors unless the physicians receive notarized, written parental consent or court orders waiving the parental consent requirement.
interested can make our life more exciting, also can let us have proficiency in a particular line but with interest in entrepreneurship, investors are not many. In this paper, the protagonist Zhang Qing on his own interest in calligraphy, calligraphy and thus related to the choice of entrepreneurial projects, opened their own entrepreneurial path.
"a horizontal vertical, correct writing. A flick, adult education." This is the "azimuth grid" hard pen calligraphy training school sixteen word motto. As a professional hard pen calligraphy training institutions, not only nurtured thousands of outstanding students, but also the founder of the school, Zhang Qing, but also a dazzling star in the calligraphy world. Recently, Zhang Qing tells her about the "identity grid" bond.
childhood love calligraphy
"is on the calligraphy practice days and months multiplying is not easy to learn." Zhang Qing expressed his views on calligraphy. Her love of calligraphy is influenced by her father. "When I was a child, I often saw my father and uncle writing brush words together." Zhang Qing said, from then on, the elegant calligraphy in her young heart carved in the imprint.
so, only with a love of calligraphy, Zhang Qing followed his father to learn to write later, uncles, academic pressure is more and more big, leisure time is less and less, and had been forced to give up practicing calligraphy, to study the heavy. And most of the girls after 80, after graduating from college, Zhang Qing casually into a company as a salesman. Due to the short working hours, spare time is longer, Zhang Qing forced to give up the idea of calligraphy, the heart suddenly became hot.
"this time to pick up calligraphy, and a child is not the same. When I was a child, I thought it was fun to read the words written by my father, and I could not write calligraphy. I did not learn calligraphy. In the information developed now, I can be more comprehensive understanding of calligraphy, and systematic study of professional knowledge of calligraphy." Although after a lapse of years, but still make contact with Zhang Qing feel intimate calligraphy.
use hobbies to venture
Zhang Qing in the creation of "azimuth grid" before, have done a lot of work. But she felt that each job is not the life she wants, the choice of these jobs is not because of the convenience of working close to home, or work time is short, have more spare time to practice calligraphy. Not only Zhang Qing so, many girls of the same age are in such a state. But with the same age girl is different, Zhang Qing heart eager to break through and change.
from the beginning of 2013 to learn hard pen calligraphy, training courses opened in April last year, I never thought I would be able to turn my interest into entrepreneurial projects." Zhang Qing said that as a result of the child’s basic skills are still in, she entered a calligraphy study recommended