Paxi is a word coinage which comes from joining 'pax' and 'i' together, and is pronounced as pak-chee. 'Pax' means 'peace' in Latin, and 'i' symbolises 'people' by its figure.
The paxi project is an interesting and significant one in that we try to achieve peace by using worldwide spreading herb paxi.
Paxi (Phakchi in Thai, Coriander in English, Dhanya in Hindi, Cilantro in Spanish...) is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae, and is popular in Southeast Asian cooking nowadays. Its distinctive taste is well known as, for some, an unpleasant 'soapy' taste or a rank smell, and for others, as fascinating flavour. It slowly begins to acquire a following among travelers and those who want to appreciate different cultures. Many people encounter phakchi through traveling and international exchanges, and for them phakchi is a symbol of exotic atomosphere.
The paxi project promotes cross-cultural understanding and the first step in achieving peace on Earth.
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