So Asians eat weird things: Aiyah, what's it to ya?

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      If you're heading out to try some food at the Korean Cultural Heritage Festival this weekend, or to the Richmond Night Markets, or if you're shopping at any of the numerous Asian supermarkets in the Lower Mainland, you might want to keep this in mind.

      Weirdness is relative, and when it comes to culinary matters, it's important to remember not to be ethnocentric. What you consider normal food may actually be considered weird by many people around the world.

      But as the Fung Brothers (with AJ Rafael) point out in the following cover of Drop City Yacht Club's "Crickets", "we [just] got different cultural norms than you".

      So go chow down on some stinky durian or natto, kids, and keep the complaining to a minimum.