CULTURAL diversity makes the islands richer by making them a more interesting place to live in. It would be boring, for example, without Chinese, Mexican, Japanese, Italian, German, French, Indian or other cuisines from other countries.
Rochelle Siena Mungwaath and her family own Omais Fish Market in China Town. They sell a variety of local food, including local fish, taro, tapioca and many more, as well as handicrafts and traditional skirts from the Federated States of Micronesia.
She said they sell a variety of products from all over Micronesia.
She believes that cultural diversity makes the region stronger and able to compete in the new global economy.
Moreover, people from diverse cultures bring new skills, new ways of thinking and creative solutions to difficult problems. Cultural diversity benefits all of the island’s inhabitants.
To experience the essence of island cultural diversity, stop by at Omais. Call 233-0486 for more information.
Source: Google News : http://www.mvariety.com/regional-news/99481-cultural-diversity-in-the-pacific