[39.4(S); 20.4(J)] Discuss: Food in Hong Kong

本文由 Nikk 在 2019-04-09 發表於 "TVNews Student Forum" 討論區

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    1. Do you agree that eating is a bridge between different cultures and people in Hong Kong? Why?
    2. If you were a chef to take part in Taste Festival. What kind of food would you serve to let visitors have a ‘taste of Hong Kong’? Why?
     
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    1. Do you agree that eating is a bridge between different cultures and people in Hong Kong? Why?
    2. If you were a chef to take part in Taste Festival. What kind of food would you serve to let visitors have a ‘taste of Hong Kong’? Why?
    I don't know!
    I will make something crispy and salty.
     
    #2 nickname-stg-255198, 2019-04-09
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    I agree. People can understand other cultures when they are trying other types of food.
    I would like to serve dim sum. I think it is the most representative food of Hong Kong.
     
    #3 nickname-lkt-374084, 2019-04-09
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    1.Yes, I do. We can recognize different cultures and people through eating.
    2.I would serve some Hong Kong special snacks to let visitors have a 'taste of Hong Kong', such as roasted goose, fish ball, hot dogs and so on. Because they are well-known snacks in Hong Kong, and it can also allow visitors to enjoy the delicacies here.
     
    #4 nickname-kcm-740157, 2019-04-09
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    1,yes!Because eating is a daily part of our life and anyone can communicate about eating.
    2,mango sago
     
    #5 nickname-kcm-223432, 2019-04-09
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    1. I agree that eating is a bridge between different cultures and people in Hong Kong because we can know more about each other through eating.
    2. If I were a chef to take part in Taste Festival, I would serve egg waffle to let visitors have a 'taste of Hong Kong' because it has local's feature.
     
    #6 nickname-lp1-897172, 2019-04-09
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    1. Yes, I do. We can know more about each other by eating.
    2. I would serve the stuffed three treasures as it is a common street food in Hong Kong.
     
    #7 Megan Cheuk, 2019-04-10
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    I'm not very sure.
    I would serve popular food in Hong Kong or Dai Pai Dong food... but will it become a Dai Pai Dong Festival then?
     
    #9 i r e t a K, 2019-04-12
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    Dorothy Fong 6B
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    1. Yes, I do. We can know more about each other by eating.
    2. I would serve the stuffed three treasures as it is a common street food in Hong Kong.
     
    #10 Dorothy Fong 6B, 2019-04-12
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    1. I agree that eating is a bridge between different cultures and people in Hong Kong because if tourists in Hong Kong went to other countries and other countries' tourists went to Hong Kong, they can eat the food that they have never eaten and maybe they like it!
    2. If I were a chef to take part in Taste Festival, I would serve dim sum like shaomai to let visitors have a ‘taste of Hong Kong’ because dim sum is the most traditional food in Hong Kong.
     
    #11 nickname-lsp-472364, 2019-04-13
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    1. If I were a chef to take part in Taste Festival, I would serve egg waffle to let visitors have a 'taste of Hong Kong' because it has local's feature.
    2. If I were a chef to take part in Taste Festival, I would serve dim sum like shaomai to let visitors have a ‘taste of Hong Kong’ because dim sum is the most traditional food in Hong Kong.
     
    #12 Venus Chung, 2019-04-13
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    Yes,
    We can recognize different cultures and people through eating
    If I were a chef to take part in Taste Festival, I would serve Dai Pai Dong food.
     
    #13 nickname-cwg-303519, 2019-04-13
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    Yes, because people would go to different places to try different foods.
    Curry fish eggs, egg puff and dimsum.
     
    #14 nickname-pbs-379396, 2019-04-13
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    Yes, I do agree that eating is a bridge between different cultures and people in Hong Kong. It is because many different flavors of many countries sort of just come to Hong Kong, and then oftentimas they get mixed up and create some new food which we call 'Hong Kong style'. Just like there are many types of food in Hong Kong, there are also many types of people here- Filipinos, Pakistans, Britains,Americans, Japanese, Chinese, and of course, Hongkongers. Eating in here is like connnecting all our different tastes and cultures.
    As for what I'd cook, I guess I'll go for some fusion food- maybe some taco and hotdog fillings inside a pineapple bun? I don't know. I'd just go for something that's capable of representing Hong Kong as a mixture of cultures- whatever clunks your cowbell there, I s'pose.
     
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    #16 nickname-w5c-328840, 2019-04-14
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    1. Yes, cuz there are different kinds of traditional food in different countries.
    2. Delicious food:tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy:
     
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    1. Yes , I do . It is because we can know more about other cultures . :relaxed:
    2. If I were a chef to take part in Taste Festival , I would choose curry fishballs to serve to let visitors have a 'taste of Hong Kong' because curry fishballs can show Hong Kong culture .:blush:
     
    #18 nickname-gps-689769, 2019-04-14
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    1. Definitely yes, cause most of the love eating, so 'food' can definitely be a kind of bridge to spread different cultures.
    2. I would choose pineapple buns with butter to serves the visitors, to let them know about a 'taste of Hong Kong', cause I think most of the HK people love it.
     
    #19 nickname-pbs-681606, 2019-04-14
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    1.yes i agree because we can know different cultures when we eat the food come from other place
    2.milk tea,because every hk people love it
     
    #20 nickname-cwg-763999, 2019-04-14