Chopsticks

Author: Q. Edward Wang
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107023963
Size: 10.29 MB
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Offers a pioneering account of the history of chopsticks, charting their evolution in Asian food culture to the present day.

Chopsticks

Author: Jessica Anthony
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781595144355
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In a love story told in photographs and drawings, Glory--a brilliant but lonely piano prodigy--is drawn to Frank, an artistic new boy, and the farther she falls, the deeper she spirals into madness until the only song she is able to play is ...

Chopsticks

Author: Jon Berkeley
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780192724564
Size: 42.11 MB
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This enchanting story tells of his adventures when, one New Year's night, he magics a carved wooden dragon into life and together they fly through midnight skies, over lands you and I only dream of.

Maggie S Chopsticks

Author: Alan Woo
Publisher: Kids Can Press Ltd
ISBN: 1554536197
Size: 18.81 MB
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When Maggie gets chopsticks, she has difficulty using them and everyone at the table seems to have a different advice on holding them.

Dancing With Dragons

Author: Moni Lai Storz
Publisher: Global Business Strategies
ISBN: 0957763107
Size: 12.54 MB
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This is a book every executive should read and keep in their briefcase for reference when flying to their next global appointment.

The Story Of Chopsticks

Author: Ying Chang Compestine
Publisher: Immedium
ISBN: 1597021202
Size: 20.47 MB
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I got the idea for The Story of Chopsticks by watching my young son eat with his
chopsticks. Chopsticks originated in China, perhaps as early as the 11th century
BCE. They are called “Kùai zi” (pronounced KHWY-zzuh) in Mandarin, which
translates to “quick ones.” In the pidgin English used by Chinese and European
traders of old, “chop” meant “quick.” Thus “quick sticks” became “chopsticks,”
which are frequently made of unadorned wood, bamboo, and plastic. Some are
even ...