Sichuan Brothers Restaurant, food and identity

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Sichuan Brothers Restaurant, food and identity

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interview soundbites, sichuan brothers restaurant, food and identity

Description

A clip of Ms Kou, manager of Sichuan Brothers Restaurant being interviewed Chunghui Wang and Xiaofan He.

Transcript:
"MK: Chinese traditional food and hot pot. And Chinese Cantonese food
CW: Any British food you provide?
XH: Yeah
CW: Also British food?
MK: Chinese-British.
CW: Chinese-British?
MK: So Cantonese.
CW: Oh… I see, I see. So you define Cantonese as British Chinese, British-Chinese?
MK: Yeah."

Creator

Fayola Francis

Source

Interview recorded 12 March 2015

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Citation

Fayola Francis, “Sichuan Brothers Restaurant, food and identity,” Cross Cultural Cuisine: multicultural restaurants on Leicester's London Road, accessed February 6, 2023, https://crossculturalcuisine.omeka.net/items/show/111.