What Hong Kong’s protests look like from inside China

What Hong Kong’s protests look like from inside China

If you search Hong Kong right now, this is the kind of stuff you see. But not in China. There you get results like this. State media describing protests as riots, and the result of the U.S. meddling in Chinese affairs. The rest is celebrity gossip and stock market news about Hong Kong. Millions have […]

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Small Tidbits about Bruce Lee | VIdeo Essay

Small Tidbits about Bruce Lee | VIdeo Essay

Hey, everyone So I was busy moving for the past two weeks And didn’t really have time to prepare a full video essay So, let’s do something light and fun instead While researching for our retrospective on Bruce Lee I’ve stumbled upon quite a lot of info That I can’t quite fit into the episodes […]

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Chinese new year Yau kwok, 油角

Chinese new year Yau kwok, 油角

Today I teach Chinese new year yau kwok Filling: 30 grams cooked peanuts turn to medium heat, fry the peanuts for 5 mins after frying take them out and leave to chill 3 tsp white sesame seeds fry it for 3 mins til golden yellow 3 tsp fine coconut shreds, fry it for 1 min […]

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Lau sa lai wong bao/ custard buns, dim sum, 流沙奶黄飽

Lau sa lai wong bao/ custard buns, dim sum, 流沙奶黄飽

Today I teach lau sa lai wong bao (custard buns) some water, two washed and rinsed salty egg yolks cover with lid, turn on high heat bring to boil when the water is boiling, turn to medium heat cook for 7 mins then turn off the heat, leave to chill when the salty egg yolks […]

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Ha Gao (Steamed shrimp dumplings) Dim Sum 蝦餃

Ha Gao (Steamed shrimp dumplings) Dim Sum 蝦餃

Today I show how to make Ha Gao First we prepare the filling, cut a slice of ginger into thin strips now cut them in little dices 2 tbsp striped bamboo shoots, washed and drained cut in small dices as well 10 medium shrimps, wash, drain,remove shell and the dark vein dry them with a […]

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Chinese hot and sour soup, 酸辣湯

Chinese hot and sour soup, 酸辣湯

Today I teach hot and sour soup around 100 grams pork washed, rinsed and dried up cover with pastic wrap, put in freezer until half frozen when frozen the pork will be easier to cut into thin slices carefully cut like this then cut in thin slices marinade: 1 tsp shaoxing wine, 1 tsp light […]

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Eating Dim Sum at Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong (添好運 點心)

Background music playing. We’re hungry in Hong Kong and that can only mean one thing. We’re going out for lunch and we’re going to eat dim sum. So we’re going to be eating at Tim Ho Wan it’s a Michelin Star restaurant here in Mong Kok in Hong Kong and it’s one of our favorite […]

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Dim Sum in Hong Kong at Tim Ho Wan (添好運)

Dim Sum in Hong Kong at Tim Ho Wan (添好運)

Food! We’re going for food. It is a bit of a strange entrance, I know. It is like we’re going behind the scenes in the mall but it is this way. Food Garden. Alright guys we have three words for you! Tim Ho Wan (添好運)! Tell us all about it. What is this place? This […]

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Hong Kong’s huge protests, explained

Hong Kong’s huge protests, explained

The people of Hong Kong are out in the streets. Hundreds of thousands are demonstrating against a deeply unpopular bill. But this is about a whole lot more than a bill. It’s about the status of Hong Kong and the power China has over it. It’s a fight to preserve the freedoms people have here. […]

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Sticky Rice/ Glutinous Rice, ( Dim Sum ), 生炒糯米飯

Today I teach stir-fried glutinous rice 140 gram thai glutinous rice, wash and soaked for 6 hours sieve the water out wash 2 chinese sausages with warm water cut it in middle then cut into slices cut 1 spring onion in slices, divide white and green wash and soak 3 chinese mushrooms, cut in small […]

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