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How to make rice rolls & how to eat history

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How to make rice rolls & how to eat history is a part cooking, part translation workshop where participants can learn how to make 腸粉 cheung fun. This is a delicious, cheap, vegan Hong Kong street food that has become hard to recreate outside of Hong Kong because of differing translations of recipes and ingredients. 

In between cooking, the book which was used to perform Nothing Happened Here, featured in Tso exhibition will be available for participants to flip through. The artist will facilitate translations of the content and discussion of the violent history while navigating between cooking. 

This workshop is a glimpse into the intricacies of translation and how it affects one’s understanding of culture and history.

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