If that’s the kind of your reaction, this article is for you.
Although I always say in my profile and lectures that I lived on 5 continents, I didn’t know much about cassava until I came to Mozambique. The movement I had over the past year (Denmark to Brazil, Mozambique, Japan, Indonesia then back Mozambique) I could feel the world through cassava.
In this article, I will introduce why cassava is actually important for everyday life and the world (WHY), how I felt the world through cassava (HOW), and what cassava is in the first place (WHAT). I hope this could be some learning to you.
Did you know today is a special day? Well I had no idea until I saw one YouTube video.
The answer lies literally in the date and year. Yes, today 3/14/(20)15 is “The Pi Day”, not the one you eat (pie) but the one (π) you used in math class to calculate circles, and it seems that some math geeks get excited every 100 year (3.1415).
When I thought about 100 years from now, however, what came to mind were, “Will the mother earth still exist?” “Will human beings still be there?” and “What will it look like?”