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The NewZeaLands Gambling History

New Zealand is not just famous for its collection of chocolates, but also has a significant contribution to the gambling world- the history of which began in the 19th century with a variety of bets and athletic competitions. Despite other casino gambling activities, horse racing is one of the best of this received in the lands. In addition to that, other activities like the lotteries also have an important place in the peoples' hearts. If you ever visit the land, don't forget to try these. However, if you cannot, you always have our back to try the games on our platform

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Horse Racing

Thoroughbred racing and galloping are the two famous modes of horse racing activity in the land


The people of the nation have plenty of chances to strike their richness with the lotteries


This gaming machine or the poker machine is an essential addition to the gambling realm in New Zealand.

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About the Author

I am the author of this page, and I take immense pleasure in creating this site and drop in the necessary information for all my gambling friends and fellow New Zealand dwellers.  Being a native of the land, I’m aware of the popularity of sports gambling and gambling in general. Hence, here I am, trying to impart my best of knowledge in this platform. Hope, you enjoy 🙂

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Food writing

Food writing is currently attracting popular and scholarly attention. This is an emergent area
of study in relation to Singapore (Brien 2014) where despite significant scholarship having
addressed local foodways (see, for instance, Hutton 1989; Huat & Rajah 2001; Duruz 2006,
2007, 2011; Bishop 2011; Leong-Salobir 2011; Tarulevicz 2013) and these studies often
mentioning Singapore cookbooks, food writing – in common with many other examples of
Singaporean popular culture – has not attracted significant or sustained notice (see, Brien
2014). The following will, therefore, profile the contemporary published book-length
Singaporean food memoir. For the purpose of this discussion, these texts are defined as
autobiographical narratives that focus on food and culinary content (Waxman 2008; Brien
2011). The investigation will identify a series of common concerns and tropes, as well as
differences and variation, across the form. It will also begin to tease out the role these texts
play in preserving and promoting Singaporean food culture, both for local consumers and
Donna Lee Brien others. Although many languages are used in Singapore, English is the national language
(Alsagoff 2010) and this study refers only to food memoir in English. In order to focus on
contemporary manifestations of this specialist literary genre, a selection of food memoirs
from the past decade will be considered. While memoir-based magazine or newspaper food-based articles (produced in print or online) and memoir-focused weblogs are an important
component of this phenomenon, the focus will be on book-length published memoirs and will
not be included in this investigation.