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Chopsticks. Chopsticks 筷子. a pair of small even-length tapered sticks, are the traditional eating utensils of East Asia ( China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, the four "chopstick countries")

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Chopsticks筷子

  • a pair of small even-length tapered sticks, are the traditional eating utensils of East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, the four "chopstick countries")

  • Chopsticks are commonly made of wood, bamboo, metal, bone, ivory, & in modern times, plastic as well.


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筷子 Kuàizi箸 zhù

  • Chopsticks play an important role in Chinese food culture. Chopsticks are called "Kuaizi" in Chinese and were called "Zhu" in ancient times.

  • Chinese people have been using kuaizi as one of the main tableware for more than 3,000 years.


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  • It was mentioned in Shiji 史記 (the Chinese history book) that Zhou 紂王, the last king of the Shang Dynasty 商代 (1600 BC - 1100 BC), used ivory chopsticks.

  • Experts believe the history of wood or bamboo chopsticks can be dated to about 1,000 years earlier than ivory chopsticks.


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  • Bronze chopsticks were invented in the Western Zhou 西周 Dynasty (1100 BC - 771 BC).

  • Lacquer chopsticks from the Western Han 西漢 (206 BC-24 AD) were discovered in馬王堆Mawangdui, China


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  • Gold and silver chopsticks became popular in the Tang Dynasty 唐代(618 - 907). It was believed that silver chopsticks could detect poisons in food.

  • if poison was present, the chopsticks would become blackened owing to displacement reactions on the silver.


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Chopsticks at market

Chopsticks shop in Shanghai


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  • The characteristic use of chopsticks intraditional Chinese society stems essentiallyfrom philosophical reasons.

  • Mealtimes are considered as eventswhichpromotesocial harmony through the gathering of family and friends.


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How to use chopsticks designed to stab and cut (such as a knife) to be used at the dining table, as such implements are associated with violence.

1.Put one chopstick between the palm and the base of the thumb, using the ring finger (the fourth finger) to support the lower part of the stick. With the thumb, squeeze the stick down while the ring finger pushes it up. The stick should be stationary and very stable.


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2. designed to stab and cut (such as a knife) to be used at the dining table, as such implements are associated with violence. Use the tips of the thumb, index and middle fingers to hold the other stick like a pen. Make sure the tips of the two sticks line up.

3. Pivot the upper stick up and down towards the stationary lower stick. With this motion one can pick up food of surprising size.

4.With enough practice, the two sticks function like a pair of pincers.


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General designed to stab and cut (such as a knife) to be used at the dining table, as such implements are associated with violence. etiquette

  • Chopstick etiquette is similar to general Western etiquette regarding eating utensils.

  • Never wave your chopsticks around as if it was an extension of your hand gestures, bang them like drumsticks, or use them to move bowls or plates.


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National banquet chopsticks to poke through the food as if you were using a fork.

Chopsticks & spoon

Noodles soap


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  • chopstick to keep them off the table entirely. s stand


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  • In Chinese culture to keep them off the table entirely. it is normal to have your lips touching the edge of the rice bowl and using chopsticks to push rice directly into the mouth.

  • In Korean culture, it is rude to pick the rice bowl off of the table and eat from it.


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Chinese Wedding Banquet sometimes used to transfer food from a common dish to your own plate or bowl (never your mouth).


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Chinese etiquette sometimes used to transfer food from a common dish to your own plate or bowl (never your mouth).

  • While using chopsticks to pick up food, the palm of your hand should face down at all times.

  • Twisting your chopsticks — holding the wrist in such a way that everyone can see your palm — is considered unrefined in Chinese culture.


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  • Chinese traditionally eat rice from a sometimes used to transfer food from a common dish to your own plate or bowl (never your mouth). bowl. The rice bowl is raised to the mouth and the rice pushed into the mouth using the chopsticks.

  • If rice is served on a plate, as is more common in the West, it is acceptable and more practical to eat it with a fork or spoon.


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Chinese Wedding Banquet food, it is considered impolite to use your own chopsticks to pick up the food from the shared plate or eat using the communal chopsticks.


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Chopsticks Dance food, it is considered impolite to use your own chopsticks to pick up the food from the shared plate or eat using the communal chopsticks. 筷子舞

  • Chopsticks Dance was originally a single man’s dance at marriage or festival ceremonies, under the accompaniment of a stringed instrument. 


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Chopsticks customs and hand-made ornaments on her head,Dance 筷子舞