La Carmina is a young travel TV host / production coordinator ("Taboo", "Bizarre Foods", "World's Weirdest Restaurants", "Oddities"), author of 3 books (Penguin USA and Random House), journalist, and professional blogger at lacarmina.com

Her "La Carmina blog" about alt culture/travel/fashion has a passionate following, and has been featured in major publications (The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, LA Times). She contributes articles on art, travel, culture and fashion to CNN, Business Insider and AOL / Huffington Post.

La Carmina is the author of three books, including Cute Yummy Time (Penguin Books USA: about character bentos and food decoration) and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo (Random House: stories of Japanese theme cafes, like maids, vampires, cats and ninjas). Speeches and appearances include: New York Fashion Week, Hong Kong Social Media Week, Luisaviaroma Italy.

La Carmina has appeared on CBS The Doctors and The Today Show, and co-hosted the Japan episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for Travel Channel, which airs in 75 countries. NHK Japan filmed two documentaries about her work, including “Kawaii TV.” Recent TV hosting and fixing credits include Food Network, National Geographic, Pro Sieben, Fuel, Discovery Channel, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal Plus France, Norway TV (NRK), Mexico Tourism Board, and CNN. La Carmina hosts, writes, arranges and field produces her own travel TV show for Huffington Post / AOL.

She runs a TV arranging/consulting company, La Carmina & The Pirates (http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates) that specializes in shows about travel, subcultures and Asia. The Pirates also provides coolhunting and consulting on Japanese street style, underground culture, and more.

Summary of my travel work: http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php
(TV clips include Bizarre Foods on Travel Channel, CNN)
All my CNN Travel articles are here: http://www.cnngo.com/node/43620
All my Huffington Post works are here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/la-carmina/ (plus my travel video series)
La Carmina on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Carmina
Website: http://www.lacarmina.com (image by La Carmina)
La Carmina is a young travel TV host / production coordinator ("Taboo", "Bizarre Foods", "World's Weirdest Restaurants", "Oddities"), author of 3 books (Penguin USA and Random House), journalist, and professional blogger at lacarmina.com Her "La Carmina blog" about alt culture/travel/fashion has a passionate following, and has been featured in major publications (The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, LA Times). She contributes articles on art, travel, culture and fashion to CNN, Business Insider and AOL / Huffington Post. La Carmina is the author of three books, including Cute Yummy Time (Penguin Books USA: about character bentos and food decoration) and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo (Random House: stories of Japanese theme cafes, like maids, vampires, cats and ninjas). Speeches and appearances include: New York Fashion Week, Hong Kong Social Media Week, Luisaviaroma Italy. La Carmina has appeared on CBS The Doctors and The Today Show, and co-hosted the Japan episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for Travel Channel, which airs in 75 countries. NHK Japan filmed two documentaries about her work, including “Kawaii TV.” Recent TV hosting and fixing credits include Food Network, National Geographic, Pro Sieben, Fuel, Discovery Channel, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal Plus France, Norway TV (NRK), Mexico Tourism Board, and CNN. La Carmina hosts, writes, arranges and field produces her own travel TV show for Huffington Post / AOL. She runs a TV arranging/consulting company, La Carmina & The Pirates (http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates) that specializes in shows about travel, subcultures and Asia. The Pirates also provides coolhunting and consulting on Japanese street style, underground culture, and more. Summary of my travel work: http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php (TV clips include Bizarre Foods on Travel Channel, CNN) All my CNN Travel articles are here: http://www.cnngo.com/node/43620 All my Huffington Post works are here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/la-carmina/ (plus my travel video series) La Carmina on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Carmina Website: http://www.lacarmina.com
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