The TASA Annual Night Market is a tradition surpassing a decade on our campus that provides a place to experience cultural cuisine. The flavors are big and the food is abundant. If you missed the event here are some mouth-watering photos to get you through another year.
Photos by Pei Chiao Lin and Jenny Luo
A sweet treat to start the event, Mango with purple sticky rice. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
They’re almost to good to be true. Straight out of a fairytale: Tanghulu (candied fruit) Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
Try something other than boba this time. Green jelly milk drink. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
We don’t want none unless you got buns hun. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
Ooodles of Noodles. Yakisoba. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
A friendly member serving up deliciousness. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
“Bap, Bap” straight to the top. Kimbap. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
Comfort food turned it up a notch. Curry with rice. Pei Chiao Lin/Daily Nexus
Are you man enough? Fish balls with siracha. Pei Chiao Lin/Daily Nexus
The crowds were abundant at the market. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
A skill not everyone can possess. The making of popcorn chicken. Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus
Siavash Ghadiri is a senior biopsychology student at UCSB, and the current Photo Editor of The Daily Nexus.
His love for the art began with enrollment in a 35mm darkroom photography class at Fairfax High School in Los Angeles, California. His experience crosses many niches, including street photography, landscape photography, portrait photography, music photography, and photojournalism.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.