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Dietrich Brüggemann – Germany 2011 – 11 min – Short Fiction

A small contribution to the debate on integration in Germany: An amusing contribution which makes us re-consider how we are rushing to assign people to certain categories and schemes. The film touches on a number of ‘big’ issues in the short time: stereotypes and racism in everyday, nonsenses of the diversity politics, the condition of youth, the correctness of speech and impossibility to speak…

 

Ein kleiner Beitrag zu der Integrationsdebatte in Deutschland: ein lustiger Beitrag, der uns dazu bring, zu überlegen, wie wir eilig Menschen den Kategorien zuordnen. Der Film beschäftigt sich in hohem Tempo mit den großen Themen: Stereotypisierung und Rassismus im Alltag, Paradoxien der Gleichstellungspolitik, dem Zustand der heutigen Jugend, der politischen Korrektheit und der Unmöglichkeit, für das wirklich Wichtige eine Sprache zu finden…

 

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Hello Brewsta,Thanks for writing a reveiw about Bohe(my)a, I’m delighted to hear you’ve been in our terrace few times and tasted and enjoyed some of our food.Of course we welcome your feedback very much as you’ve been our customer, we try to do that with every customer whom are so kind to share their opinions with us. We make mistakes, sometimes we are not aware of it and if we don’t listen and welcome those feedbacks we’d not be able to know what we have done wrong, therefore improve or fix them. Most importantly those feedbacks gives us the chance to apologise and hopefully make it up for it.I’m sharing those with you and I sincerely hope your worries about being spotted will go away. I can see that you think you’ve received a special treatment based on what you’ve experienced, and yes you have but it wasn’t because Brewsta was dining at our terrace and we knew it.As I’ve mentioned, we try to make up for our mistakes, so you’ve received a flat beer which shouldn’t have happened and of course the replacement was on us which I believe it is a normal thing to experience in any restaurant or pub; although I know (unfortunately) not so common in CZ. The free lemonade was probably the least we can do to apologise, but your waitress should of told you that and I’m sorry she didn’t let you know why you have received it.Regarding freebies, we try to send mezze or tapas to our customers especially when they order multiple items at the same time from our mezze and tapas menu, so you are not alone receiving free baba gannush and I hope it made you feel special not because you were who you are but you were our customer.So, please don’t worry, we have no idea who you are though it would be nice to meet you in person sometime. We look forward to have you on our terrace again and welcome more feedbacks from you.Cheers,Ozgur Maden

Hi Kelly, I have been to Dali Courtyard a few times, although I haven’t tried that pitaaculrr salad, as their menu always changes. From your pictures it looks like the tofu is tofu skin (doufu pi 豆腐皮), which you can probably find in most large Asian grocery stores in America. Cook the tofu according to package instructions (blanching?) and then cool it down again before mixing in with the fresh mint leaves. It’s hard for me to say exactly what dressing they used, as almost every Yunnan restaurant does their mint salad a little differently. Most seem to use some variation of vinegar, lemon/lime juice, a little sugar, grated ginger, 1-2 chili peppers or some chili oil, and salt. Then some people also add a splash of soy sauce, a little fermented bean curd (酱豆腐 or 腐乳, jiangdoufu / furu, comes in a little jar in the condiment aisle), or some preserved soybeans (豆豉 douchi) for additional richness and depth. The proportions are to your taste if you like it spicy, use more peppers, if you like it sour, use more lemon/vinegar, etc. I hope this helps! Good luck.

BoHe

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