British Chinese Food Culture

British Chinese Food Culture
British Chinese Food Culture
"British Chinese Food Culture", an oral history produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute in 2011, is to track the changes of Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by environment changes and use of different ingredients, to how it got back to original ingredients and recipes with the import of more oriental foods.
The Memories of Ken Lo
The Memories of Ken Lo
Ming-Ai (London) Institute's British Chinese Food Culture Project: The Memories of Ken Lo
Chop Suey - Cooking Demonstration
Chop Suey - Cooking Demonstration
Ming-Ai (London) Institute - Cooking Demonstration of Chop Suey for the British Chinese Food Culture Project. Demonstrated by Mr Ben Cheng.
Bill Stevens: British Chinese Food Culture
Bill Stevens: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Ching-He Huang: British Chinese Food Culture
Ching-He Huang: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Deh-Ta Hsiung: British Chinese Food Culture
Deh-Ta Hsiung: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Kam Lou: British Chinese Food Culture
Kam Lou: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Ken Hom: British Chinese Food Culture
Ken Hom: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Maria Chong: British Chinese Food Culture
Maria Chong: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Norman Han: British Chinese Food Culture
Norman Han: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Vivienne Lo: British Chinese Food Culture
Vivienne Lo: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
William Poon: British Chinese Food Culture
William Poon: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Holland Kwok: British Chinese Food Culture
Holland Kwok: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Kam Po But: British Chinese Food Culture
Kam Po But: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Lawrence Lou: British Chinese Food Culture
Lawrence Lou: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Michael Tan: British Chinese Food Culture
Michael Tan: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Ruth Chan: British Chinese Food Culture
Ruth Chan: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Shun Kee Sze: British Chinese Food Culture
Shun Kee Sze: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Shunyau Wong: British Chinese Food Culture
Shunyau Wong: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Simon Cheung: British Chinese Food Culture
Simon Cheung: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...
Woonwing Yip: British Chinese Food Culture
Woonwing Yip: British Chinese Food Culture
This oral history project is produced by Ming-Ai (London) Institute and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011. The heritage focus for this project is to track the changes of the Chinese food in the UK, from how the original recipes were adapted by the environment changes and different ingredients, to how it gets back to the original ingredie...