Around the World with Panasonic

Vol.16Eco-friendly LED Bulbs Save Energy Every Day

Oct 08, 2013

Hello. This is Kumiko reporting from the suburbs of Florence, Italy. Energy efficiency has become a ... Read More

Vol.15A Sophisticated yet Endearing Coffee Maker

Aug 14, 2013

Hello, this is Ayako in England. Although the British are world-renowned tea lovers, many also enjoy coffee on a daily basis. Coffee chains appear to be increasing their presence in England, and many people regularly drink coffee brewed at home on their coffee makers and espresso machines. Today, I... Read More

Vol.14Indonesian Style Starts with the Hair Dryer

Feb 27, 2013

Empowered by a booming economy, young women in Indonesia are becoming increasingly fashion conscious. Some are also trending away from traditional dress and embracing the styles of their counterparts in Japan and Singapore, wearing more modern styles reflecting the current fashion trends. In fact, t... Read More

Vol.13Contemporary Chinese Families Choose Panasonic

Feb 07, 2013

China has undergone dramatic economic growth since the early 1990s, when life had a more communal feel characterized by neighbors sharing meals, baths, toilets and even washing machines. Having one's own household appliances back then was a dream for most families. Fast forward 20 years and changes... Read More

Vol.12Germans Delight in Healthy Home-baked Breads and Pastries

Jan 22, 2013

A meal in Germany would hardly be complete without bread, of which there are over 600 main types along with more than 1,200 varieties of rolls and pastries. And it's not just at breakfast that Germans eat bread, but also at dinner (during which it is referred to as Abendbrot or "evening bread") acc... Read More

Vol.11Cool Air Conditioners And Home Showers: Status Symbols In Sweltering Ho Chi Minh City

Jul 19, 2012

Hi everyone! This is Ayumi in Ho Chi Minh City, located in southern Vietnam and the largest city in the country. In the north, which includes the capitol of Hanoi, there are four distinct seasons but here in the commercial center of the country, it is hot and humid year-round with temperatures cli... Read More

Vol.10Brazilians All Smiles Over Warm Microwave Meals

Jun 21, 2012

Resource-rich Brazil, South America's largest country, has been undergoing rapid economic growth. Much of this is found in urban centers, which have seen a marked increase in nuclear families and persons living alone. Accompanying this change are changes in eating habits compared to traditiona... Read More

Vol.9Cooking Quick, Tasty Traditional Indian Cuisine

May 02, 2012

Hello everyone! Or Vanakkam as they say in Tamil. This is Akemi from Chennai (formerly Madras), the capital of Tamil Nadu located on the Bay of Bengal in southeastern India. When people think of Indian food, curry and naan are the first dishes that spring to mind. But here in Chennai rice is wide... Read More

Vol. 8Indulging Costa Ricans Love For Rice

Feb 27, 2012

Hi, everyone! This is Masumi in San José, capital of Costa Rica and home to what some say are the world's happiest people. This small country, with a population of only 4.3 million, devotes a quarter of its land to national parks and reserves, making it a leading ecotourism destination. Costa Ricans... Read More

Vol. 7Dehumidifiers Indispensable in Taiwan

Jan 24, 2012

Hi everyone! This is Yuriko in Taipei. Goods from around the world abound here but recent trends show consumers basing purchasing decisions on lifestyle-friendliness or quality rather than just price. Popular products include Panasonic, referred to as "guoji pai." For this article, I visited twin s... Read More

Vol. 6Newly Wed and Wrinkle-free in Cairo

Nov 07, 2011

Hello! This is Chie reporting from Cairo, Egypt, where economic liberalization has progressed in recent years and products from foreign countries have become readily available. Televisions and refrigerators were once out of reach for many people, but now they are more affordable and shops sell a gr... Read More

Vol. 5Fresh Juices in Fruit-loving Thailand

Sep 07, 2011

Hello, everybody! This is Emi writing from Bangkok. Sometimes it seems like Thai summers last forever, but there are actually three seasons in Thailand. The dry season lasts from December to February and is comfortable with little rain. The hottest season, from March to April, is blazingly hot and ... Read More

Vol.4Less is More for Brazilian Women

Jun 10, 2011

Hello! It's Naoko here, from beautiful Rio de Janeiro. Ultra chic and bursting with vitality and beautiful people, Rio is grooming itself to take center stage as a venue for the World Cup in 2014 followed by the Summer Olympic Games in 2016. The unique and intriguing charm of Rio owes much to its m... Read More

Vol.3Keeping Clothes Clean in Large Cambodian Family Household

May 17, 2011

Hey everybody! I'm Akiko in charming Siem Reap, one of Cambodia's fastest growing cities and also home to the gateway to Angkor Wat, a favorite travel destination for people from around the world. Since I began living here I've befriended the Seders, a large family who just happen to own a Panasoni... Read More

Vol.2:Blenders are a must in spice happy India!

Apr 20, 2011

When thinking of Indian food, the first thing that comes to mind is fragrant curry. The curry culture in India is complex, owing to the many different regional differences along with distinct family recipes found in nearly every home. Because of the many kinds of spices used, there are never-ending... Read More

Vol.1:A lovely hideaway in the paradise of Bali

Apr 11, 2011

In Indonesia, the weather is always hot and humid so reliable air conditioners are a necessity. At the high-end hotels of Bali, it is especially crucial to furnish rooms with such reliable appliances and Panasonic is a brand these high-end hotels trust. Panasonic makes its products and technologie... Read More

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