Friday, January 18, 2008
A Russian youth movement changes tack
Nashi is a Russian fascist youth group that had a hand in the Tallinn riots in April, but changing times demand changes in strategy, and they've now taken to sponsoring the lucrative transit trade in Chinese agricultural produce.
I tried one of the Nashi Asian pears. Not bad for 21 kroons a kilo, though I expected a greater "bite" and of course a darker, bronze colour.
"Linter" lemons are expected to hit Stockmann in March, and I'll be waiting in line.
Posted by Kristopher at 5:47 AM