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Martin Yan is best-known for bringing his zeal for Chinese cooking to American audiences through his longstanding public television program "Yan Can Cook." Now, the renowned chef and cookbook author is focusing on the cuisine of another country: Vietnam. Presented by KQED, "Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam" charts Yan's culinary adventures across the country and his collaboration with Vietnamese chefs. We'll talk to him about the new series and get tips for cooking Vietnamese staples like vermicelli noodle soup and shaking beef.
Scotland has been part of the United Kingdom for more than 300 years. But that may soon change. On Thursday, Scottish citizens will hold a referendum on whether to leave the U.K. Polls show a neck-and-neck vote with single-digit margins, spurring British Prime Minister David Cameron to beg the Scots not to break up the "family of nations" and to warn them that leaving would hurt Scotland's economy and security. We discuss the pros and cons of Scottish independence.