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Mansi Vithlani

Mansi Vithlani is a journalism student at City, University of London. A vegetarian her whole life and a massive foodie, she enjoys discovering more about veganism and eating vegan cuisine! She enjoys investigating social media based stories and how its influence has made a significant difference in the last few years.

The father-daughter duo behind the creativity of the’artyvegan

The father-daughter team of the’artyvegan is taking homemade vegan cuisine to the next level, bringing eco-conscious family recipes to the nation. Many vegan businesses have...

The slow rise of veganism in Singapore

Singapore is full of wealthy heritage and rich culture, from its food to its people, but does the city-state have suitable assets to promote...

Vegan food in Jain culture: how the principles are intertwined

Jainism is amongst the religions experiencing the vegan revolution, with young people believing the lifestyle fits with Jain principles. To avoid harming any living things,...

Does Goa live up to its vegan-friendly reputation?

In November, PETA named Goa as the most vegan-friendly state in India. Goans discuss whether it's worthy of that tag. Even though India is the...

Jaanvi and Paavani: The Indian sisters celebrating a zero-waste Diwali

Jaanvi and Paavani on embracing their Indian culture in a sustainable manner, advising followers to celebrate zero-waste Diwali and creating their Eco Rakhi. Diwali is...

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