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19:49 Apr 9, 2007
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English to Chinese translations [PRO] Food & Drink
English term or phrase:North Bronco
The root of sushi probably came to Japan around 500 BC. Sushi was originally a method to preserve fish. The method came from Southeast Asia or China. The mountain people in Thailand, Laos & North Bronco used river fish and rice in the pickling and fermenting process in order to preserve fish.
I did a lot of research, but still couldn't find where North Bronco here refers to. Anyone has any ideas?
Could this be a typo for North Borneo, which is now called Sabah. It is one of the 14 states in Malaysia. The hill people there eat river fish they do pickle them as we do in Thailand and Laos. They were occupied by the Japanese too during WWII.