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JACQUELINE TANG Portfolio of Work


TABLE OF CONTENTS Retail + Hospitality Design

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Graphic + Exhibition Design

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Event Design

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Brand Identity

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JACQUELINE TANG

PORTFOLIO OF WORK

RETAIL DESIGN eko jewellery TORONTO, CANADA JANUARY 2007

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Eko, a treasure chest on Toronto’s fashionable Queen Street West area, intrigues customers by drawing them in with its sculptural wall motif only to reveal its “hidden” gems made by international jewellers behind a corridor of white columns. AWARDED BEST RETAIL PROJECT IN CANADIAN INTERIORS’ 10TH ANNUAL BEST OF CANADA DESIGN COMPETITION.

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN MAIN ENTRANCE + SIGNAGE + SURROUND CLAD Benthanh Thai and SCALE 3/32" =Restaurant 1'-0" Vietnamese MISSISSAUGA, CANADA NOVEMBER 2006

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Signage + Surround Cladding + Plan Scale: 1/8"=1'-0"

10'-7"

30'-0" 3'-6"

9'-0"

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

3'-6"

W1

9'-0"

viet-thai restaurant

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GL1

GL1 10'-2"

D1

5'-9"

10'-2"

W1

8'-1/2"

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Side Elevation A Scale: 1/8"=1'-0"

22'-1 1/2"

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Front Elevation Scale: 1/8"=1'-0"

3'-8"


SURROUND CLAD to be 3" x 1" exterior grade with stain finish

9'-0"

CHANNEL LETTER(S) to be freestanding aluminum box construction with acrylic face and translucent 3M vinyl with stainless steel returns + internally illuninted with a single stroke of White Neon + Artwork to be provided at a later date

1'-2"

Uplight to be exterior + provide sample CANOPY to be streel frame construction with stainless steel clad fininsh

5'-9"

Buddha Statue

TOP LEDGE to be wood with 1" lip + perforated top for drainage as required

3"

SURROUND CLAD to be 3" x 1" exterior grade with stain finish

3"

VERTICAL SUPPORT(S) to be 2" x 4"

Stone Base

3/4"

3'-8" Uplight to be exterior + provide sample

3/4"

3" all anchor(s) + supports to be non-corrosive material(s) Footing as required

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Structural Support Frame Section Scale: 3/8"=1'-0"

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REVISION(S) No. 1

Issue for Review

November, 10, 2006


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Benthanh DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

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TION + EXTERIOR + JAPANESE GARDEN 3/32" = 1'-0"

19'-8" 12'-4"

8'-4 1/2" 33'-9"

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PLAN VIEW Scale: 3/32"=1'-0"

8'-10"

2'-8"

D5 10'-0"

10'-0"

D3

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ELEVATION A1 Scale: 3/32"=1'-0" 34'-7"

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GRAPHIC + EXHIBITION DESIGN Heritage Room Bank of Montreal Institute for Learning TORONTO, CANADA NOVEMBER 2011

The BMO Institute for Learning (IFL) is a unique institution in both its design and purpose. Designed by Moriyama & Teshima Architects and opened in 1994, the IFL is a tangible example of BMO’s commitment to learning, for both its employees and for the wider public. The rich heritage of BMO has been integrated into the IFL design, with artefacts from the Bank of Montreal, Harris Bank and Nesbitt Burns on display throughout the Institute. With Moriyama & Teshima’s redesign of the Coffee Break space located to the west of the “Bow”, the opportunity has arisen to consolidate the heritage experience into a “Heritage Room”. It is envisioned that the Heritage Room will serve as a vibrant place where visitors to the IFL can gather, recharge and connect—with each other, and with the rich history of the Bank of Montreal.

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LOOK + FEEL

Showcasing BMO’s rich heritage, its lasting legacy of commitment to customers, employees, the environment and communities, and its innovation in banking technologies, the overall look and feel was one that was light, sleek and modern. The supporting material finishes thus included a palette of brushed aluminium, reflective surfaces and illuminated graphics created a light, sleek and refreshing environment.

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Colour Palette Colour Palette

Body Text: FF Dax Regular Body Text: FF Dax Regular

PANTONE 300 C PANTONE 300 C

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Bank of Montreal CONCEPT SKETCHES

Doubling as a coffee break room, this high-traffic public space required a design that was accessible, visible yet non-instrusive. As a result, we developed a system of suspended exhibitry containing multimedia touchscreens, floating display cases and graphic panels that were anchored into back-lit acrylic panels each dressed with larger-than-life historical photos.

Backlit Aluminum Signage

“Exploring Our Origins” Artifacts

1817

Interactive Multimedia Timeline

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nine founding fathers

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250,000

1847

1822

The Montreal Bank officially became the Bank of Montreal in 1822

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ELEVATION Scale 1:50

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1923

The Bank of Montreal employs over 36,000 people worldwide.

367 billion

The first Canadian housing loan was granted by Bank of Montreal to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan in 1954

BMO operates a network of almost 2,000 ABMs in Canada, and over 600 in the U.S.

$5,000

By 1923, the Bank of Montreal had opened branches in every province and territory in Canada

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1954

From an initial capital base of £250,000, BMO now manages assets oexceeding $367 billion

The Montreal Bank opened its doors for the first time at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, November 3, 1817

“Origins” Fun Facts Graphic

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36,000 In 2017 BMO will celebrate its 200t

In 1973, BMO brought MasterCard, then called Master Charge, into Canada

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KEY PLAN

Backlit Aluminum Signage

Backlit Glass Graphic Panel 32” Flat Panel LCD Screen Artefact Display Case

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PLAN Scale 1:50

SECTION/ELEVATION Scale 1:50

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Display Case below

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40" Touch Screen TV Samsung 400TS-2 series

Bank of Montreal

Metal Connecters, DETAILED attached securelyDESIGN to wall DRAWINGS

1750 EQUAL

973

Integrated LED lighting

EQUAL

19mm (3/4") MDF EQUAL

Integrated Artefact Display Case below 12mm (1/2”) reveal for access AC-1

1000 584

AC-2 LM-2

GP-1

AC-1

Power and Data 19mm (3/4") MDF hinged door

LED Lighting Integrated LED lighting

LM-1 EQUAL

Lock AC-1

250

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GP-1

Continuous Hinge

Lockable door

200

M-2

Integrated LED lighting 12mm (1/2”) reveal for access

12mm (1/2”) reveal for access Front extension VESA mount, Samsung model WMN-427OSD or similar fully contracted

Power and Data 1130

Blocking as required to make screen flush to Plexi LED Lighting

12mm (1/2”) reveal for access

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Lock

350

Lockable door

AC-2

Integrated artefact display case Curved Laminate

R100

Continuous Hinge 19mm (3/4”) MDF 415 560

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Metal Connecters, attached securely to wall

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LM-1

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19mm (3/4") MDF

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Integrated Artefact Display Case below

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LM-1

40" Touch Screen TV Samsung 400TS-2 series Integrated LED lighting 75

1750 EQUAL

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M-2 AC-2 LM-2

1000 584

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AC-1

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19mm (3/4") MDF hinged door 12mm (1/2�) reveal for access Power and Data

LM-1

Integrated LED lighting

GP-1 LED Lighting

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Continuous Hinge 181

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Bank of Montreal OPENING DAY

The finished product was a designed environment that honours to BMO’s past while simultaneously celebrating its future in an innovative yet timeless way.

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GRAPHIC + EXHIBITION DESIGN Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre WASAGA BEACH, CANADA MAY 2012

The Welcome Centre at Wasaga Beach serves a variety of purposes. It spotlights the significant historical site of Nancy Island; it acts as a gateway to the cultural and natural heritage resources of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park; it also serves as an orientation to the tourism opportunities in Wasaga Beach, as well as provide basic visitor facilities important in a tourist location, such as public washrooms and a gift shop.

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The colour paleƩe is inviƟng, fresh and fun. Inspired by archival photographs and postcards, these colours are also representaƟve of summer, spring and fall - the seasons that the Centre is open to the public.

The colour paleƩe also serves as an organizaƟonal tool. Each themaƟc area has its own designated colour as idenƟed below.

ARCHITECTURAL MATERIAL PALETTE

“WASAGA AND THE WAR OF 1812”

PMS 405 C

This paleƩe is designed to take advantage of the light-lled double-height space as well as compliment the disƟncƟve ooring nishes of the exhibit area and adjacent tourist informaƟon area and shop.

The combination of colourful graphics, naturally-inspired materials and contemporary design elements creates an inviting backdrop for the exhibits With a palette inspired by historical photographs as well as the natural and built landscape of that area, together these elements will create a light and PHASEof 1 REPORT | WASAGA fresh aesthetic that is reflective the vision for the new Welcome Centre as a gateway to the Wasaga Beach Provincial Park.

“THE OTHER WASAGA BEACH”

Proposed nishes include frosted glass and acrylic, glossy and textured laminates, and brushed aluminum. The colour paleƩe will be limited to neutral colours, in a range of nishes and textures, in order to allow the brighter colours of the exhibit graphics to “pop” out from the background.

PMS 3252 C

The material paleƩe of the exhibit space will reect the overall look and feel of the design concept: light, natural and inviƟng.

“SHARING MEMORIES”

Material PaleƩe

“EXPLORING WASAGA”

4.2

PMS 1205 C

Welcome Centre SchemaƟc Design

PMS 1797 C - 85%

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LOOK + FEEL

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“SAND” FLOORING

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EXHIBITION MATERIAL PALETTE FROSTED GLASS/ACRYLIC

GLOSSY LAMINATES

TEXTURED LAMINATES

BRUSHED ALUMINUM

MYSTUS EXHIBIT

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Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre CONCEPT SKETCHES

This is the first view that visitors have of the exhibit space. It is anchored by the core message “Wasaga...more than just a beach!� The striking ceiling treatment which consists of words related to the park cut from multi-coloured acrylic, will serve as an important focal point, animating the space as it interacts with light streaming through the clerestory windows above.

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This elevation is further enhanced by a window treatment which showcases the HMS Nancy in the distance, reminding people of the historic artefact that shaped Nancy Island.

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On the other side of the exhibit space, the sights and sounds of Playland Park will be recreated in an immersive “niche� where visitors can pose for a photo in front of the large mural of the amusement park.

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Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre DETAILED DESIGN DRAWINGS

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LASE R CU T LET TERS HIG HWAY GOTHIC WI DE (240 pt)

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6mm (1 /4”) CL EAR P LEX IGLA S W/ TRA NS LU CENT COLOUR ED V INY L APPLIED TO SECOND S UR FACE

MAX. 1000

6mm (1/4”) CL EAR PLEX IGLAS W/ TRA NSLUCENT COLOURED VINYL APPLIED TO SECOND SURFACE

GR-1 AC-2

L I G H T M E TAL RO D A L I G NE D W / C E I L I NG J O I STS M O NO F I L A M E NT

GR-1 AC-2

6mm (1/4”) PLEXIGLAS WO R D S ( S E E D E TA I L )

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P L E X I G L A S WO R D S TO B E H UN G W I T H I N DA S H E D A R EA

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G O L D PA I NT E D ST E E L P O ST, A NC H O R E D TO F LO O R & C E I L I NG

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R E PRO D U C T I O N P L AY L A ND S I G N S U S P E ND E D F RO M C E I L I NG R E PRO D U C T I O N C A RO U S E L H O RS E

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Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre OPENING DAY

Coinciding with the War of 1812 Bicentennial, the Welcome Centre opened its doors on May 24, 2012. Since then, the new Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre at the Nancy Island Historic Site in Wasaga Beach Provincial Park has been an attraction for tourists and residents alike.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN Wasaga Beach Welcome Centre WASAGA BEACH, CANADA MAY 2012

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GRAPHIC DESIGN Ralph Klein Legacy Park

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Ralph Klein Park is Calgary’s newest major park featuring a man-made wetland that uses natural vegetation to treat stormwater before it is discharged into the Bow River.

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Working with Weatherston Bruer Associates, who developed the concept design of the exhibition, we created a graphic language that was cohesive with the established design language yet also injected a sense of playfulness that made the content universally accessible.

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GRAPHIC + EXHIBITION DESIGN Osgoode History and Archives Project, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University TORONTO, CANADA JANUARY 2012

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In 2009, Osgoode Hall Law School at York University an internationally renowned educational institution and leading centre for legal scholarship - broke ground on a transformative $50 million renovation of its 42-year old facility. In conjunction with the building renovation, the school launched the Osgoode History and Archives Project (OHAP). Envisioned as a “living history”, this project aims to preserve Osgoode’s past and advance research into the school’s legacy of leadership and nationbuilding through the display of artifacts, archival material and interactive exhibits. The exhibition combines bold signage and graphics, artifact displays, interactive/ multimedia elements and modular seating to create an engaging space that captures the attention of passing students and encourages them to engage with the rich history of the school.

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GRAPHIC + EXHIBITION DESIGN Africville, Seaview Baptist Church HALIFAX, CANADA FEB 2012

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Africville was originally settled by African-Nova Scotians in the 19th century. However in the 1960s, families were forced from their homes and relocated to public housing. Although considered a slum by most, Africville was a vibrant community to the many people who lived in the area. For them, the removal of residents, levelling of homes and destruction of the Seaview African United Baptist Church was a horrific event and yet, the community spirit that animated Africville still lives on in the former residents. Set in the recreated Seaview Baptist Church, this exhibition celebrates and commemorates the life and citizens of Africville. The concept of the exhibition derived from the idea of laundry lines as a symbol of the community and fellowship. Visitors experience the exhibition in a linear fashion, weaving their way through the aisles delineated by the “clothes� line and concluding at the door leading to Bedford Basin, the site of baptisms every Sunday.

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EVENT DESIGN G8/G20 Summits Media Centre, Experience Canada TORONTO, CANADA JUNE 2010

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Global leaders, their delegates and approximately 2500 members of the international media descended on Huntsville, Ontario and Toronto, Ontario between June 25-27, 2010 for the G8 and G20 Summits. This was an opportunity to showcase all that Canada has to offer from a social, cultural and economic standpoint. This space, titled “Experience Canada”, was designed to be evocative of the Canadian experience. Experience Canada was divided into three areas “Northern Ontario” that imparted a sense of the natural bounty which so many associate with Canada, “The Bridge” which was a 24-hour information bar that offered an extensive food and beverage program presented by Canada’s top culinary masters, and the “Cityscape” that incorporated displays of leading edge interactive technologies from key investment sectors.

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EVENT DESIGN Ontario Pavilion, 2010 Winter Olympics & Paralympics VANCOUVER, CANADA DEC 2009 - FEB 2010

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The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics was Ontario’s time to shine and celebrate. A breathtaking Pavilion of shimmering movement and light beckoned visitors from around the world to experience the Province in an innovative and welcoming environment. The diversity of programming from state-of-theart interactive experiences and live rocking performances mirrored the energy of the Province and Ontario’s readiness for the future. Cutting edge and immersive technological installations included state-of-the art mind control activities that allow the control of technology from Vancouver to Ontario, a 4D theatre, and a 3D Blackberry game highlighting the talents of animators for Sheridan College. AWARDED GOLD FOR INTERIOR DESIGN IN TEMPORARY/ PORTABLE CATEGORY BY THE DESIGN EXCHANGE, 2011 DESIGN EXCELLENCE BY THE ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS (OAA), AND 2011 AZURE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE - TEMPORARY DEMONSTRATION BY AZURE MAGAZINE.

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BRAND IDENTITY

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Asia Republik TORONTO, CANADA DECEMBER 2007

Asia Republik served an eclectic mix of traditional Asian cuisines with a contemporary twist. As such, the restaurant graphics demonstrated this variety by creating a textural background using the various Asian countries in a traditional Chinese typeface paired with bold and fresh colours.

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PA N E L 1 D F R O N T Menu cover


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mango salad 6.50

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fusion chicken 7.95

pho beef 5.95

P2

pho chicken 5.95

thinly sliced lean beef & house special beef stock tender chicken & fragrant chicken broth

two skewers of satay chicken & mango salad S3

fusion beef 8.50

P3

pho shrimp 7.50

P4

pho veggie 5.50

tiger shrimp & fragrant chicken broth

two skewers of satay beef tenderloin & mango salad S4

atlantic spring 7.50

garden fresh veggies & fragrant chicken broth

smoked atlantic salmon, baby spring mix & lime basil vinaigrette S5

beef tartar salad 7.50 rare beef tenderloin, shallots, carrots, asian herbs & baby spring mix

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pho curry chicken 6.50

P6

pho curry shrimp 7.95 tiger shrimp, broccoli, tofu & house special curry broth

P7

pho curry veggie 5.95

P8

pho tom yam chicken 6.50

P9

pho tom yam shrimp 7.95 tender chicken, mushroom, tomatoes, carrots & tom yam broth

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pho tom yam seafood 8.95

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pho tom yam veggie 5.95 garden fresh veggies & tom yam broth

tender chicken, broccoli, tofu& house special curry broth

SOUPS S6

szechuan hot & sour** 3.50 tofu, fungus, bamboo shoots, mushroom & egg

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thai tom yam chicken* 3.95 mushroom, tomatoes, carrots, green bean & lemongrass

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thai tom yam shrimp* 4.95 mushroom, tomatoes, carrots, green bean & lemongrass

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thai tom yam vegetables* 3.50 brocolli, mushroom, tomatoes, carrots, green bean & lemongrass

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silky coconut chicken soup* 3.95

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vietnamese wonton 3.50

garden fresh veggies, tofu & house special curry broth tender chicken, mushroom, tomatoes, carrots & tom yam broth

tiger shrimp, fish, mussels, squid & tom yam broth

mushroom, tomatoes, carrots, green bean, lemongrass & coconut cream chicken filled wonton & fragrant chicken stock

{rice noodles soup}

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red onions, red peppers, carrots & ground cashews S2

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Menu spread

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CROP LINE

VIETNAMESE BUN

{steamed vermicelli, beansprouts, lettuce, cucumber, carrots, asian herbs & lime seafood vinaigrette}

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lemongrass chicken bun 6.50 lemongrass beef bun 6.50 shrimp on sugar cane bun 7.50 veggie spring roll bun 6.50 combo 2 {combine any of the above TWO items} 7.50 combo 3 {combine any of the above THREE items} 8.50 combo 4 {combine any of the above FOUR items} 9.50

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National Archaeological Museum Aruba Arminda Franken-Ruiz Director Schelpstraat 42, Oranjestad, Aruba t: 297 582 8979

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Schelpstraat 42, Oranjestad, Aruba t: 297 582 8979

ORANJESTAND, ARUBA JULY 2009

As an archaeological museum celebrating over 1000 years of history, the identity of the National Archaeological Museum Aruba stemmed from ancient artifacts such as pottery shards and ceramic paintings which were predominant in archaeological excavations of this region.

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BRAND IDENTITY Fune TORONTO, ONTARIO SEPTEMBER 2007

As home to Toronto’s authentic Japanese cuisine, Fune’s restaurant graphics were inspired by the palette of the traditional Japanese icons and colours.

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