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Luwak Coffee Tasting at Indonesia - Coffee or Poop?

Would you try a cuppa?

Lyf&Spice went coffee-tasting. Yes, we had coffee, not poop! Coffee means different things to different people. For some, it’s their dose of morning freshness, for the others it’s a concoction of inspiration. 451 more words

Air Asia

Civet and Pangolin


i am starting a boring column. It is primarily in Malayalam which shall be translated in English. Wherever it cannot be “converted” (?) into English there will be no post or an independent one. 32 more words

I'm Not Drinking Your Coffee

When i’m bored, I sometimes drive around getting lost in the fancy neighborhoods, looking at houses that could pass for castles of American royalty. 463 more words


Encounter with the wild kind.

The house where we have been staying, is next to the banks of a tributary of Ganges. Trees grow on either banks with the ecosystem which something similar to the Sundarbans a bit further off. 491 more words


The Adorable African Civet

One of Africa’s cutest yet least understood animals are the African civets. That unfamiliarity is likely because these solitary, nocturnal creatures are difficult to spot. They spend most of the day sleeping in dense vegetation, venturing at night to snack on whatever prey they can find. 454 more words

Travel Africa

"Singapore's Masked Fruit Bandits - the common palm civet" – three talks by civetgirl Xu Weiting this year!

In the first quarter of 2017, civetgirl Xu Weiting conducted three talks for students of Catholic High School and Yishun Junior College, and staff of Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES). 248 more words


Animalic Roots

We’ve all lost touch with our humanity; or so goes the post-truth pre-Trump ‘Instabook’ millennial thesis. This proposition has even been extended to perfumery, its primal communication finding affinity for some with the notion of the ‘noble savage’. 608 more words

Cultural Production