FatBoy Zine issue 4 (Everywhere at Once) is focused on the Asian diaspora, specifically, how do we choose to represent where we’ve come from? In this issue, we interview four incredibly talented chefs and creatives on representing Asia outside of Asia on their terms.

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FatBoy Zine Issue 4 (Everywhere at Once) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. FatBoy Zine issue 4  is focused on the Asian diaspora, specifically, how do we choose to represent where we’ve come from? In this issue, we interview four incredibly talented chefs and creatives on representing Asia outside of Asia on their terms. We discuss themes around representation, process, responsibility, and creative expression.

Featuring, Rahel Stephanie aka Eat With Spoons, Erchen Chang & Shing Tat Chung of BAO and Lucas Sin of Junzi kitchen and Eat Nice Day.

Produced with Photographer Ken Lam, Emily Leonard, and Em Reid.

FatBoy Zine is a greedy attempt to document a very small part of asian food. Good food is the result of culture, family and struggle. The biggest misconception i find, is someone like me is considered to make “fusion” food. This devalues the idea people can represent multiple points of view when it comes to how they experienced culture growing up. FatBoy Zine is a diary and cook book. Mapping recipes i recorded from my time in China and the Philippines, before bringing them to England. The recipes in this book are what i learned from my family growing up. Showing just how naturally food crosses all distances. The vibrancy of colours, textures, flavours agianst the inexplicable calm of asian cooking is something i’ve spent a long time trying to learn. It’s like everything was made with you in mind, while simultaneously not giving a shit about what you’re comfortable with.

Details: FatBoy Zine – Issue 4

64 pages, 21 x 15 cm, Softcover

Article No. bffatboyzine0004 Published by FatBoy Zine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 150 g Dimensions 21 × 15 × 1 cm

FatBoy Zine Issue 4 (Everywhere at Once) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. FatBoy Zine issue 4  is focused on the Asian diaspora, specifically, how do we choose to represent where we’ve come from? In this issue, we interview four incredibly talented chefs and creatives on representing Asia outside of Asia on their terms. We discuss themes around representation, process, responsibility, and creative expression.

Featuring, Rahel Stephanie aka Eat With Spoons, Erchen Chang & Shing Tat Chung of BAO and Lucas Sin of Junzi kitchen and Eat Nice Day.

Produced with Photographer Ken Lam, Emily Leonard, and Em Reid.

FatBoy Zine is a greedy attempt to document a very small part of asian food. Good food is the result of culture, family and struggle. The biggest misconception i find, is someone like me is considered to make “fusion” food. This devalues the idea people can represent multiple points of view when it comes to how they experienced culture growing up. FatBoy Zine is a diary and cook book. Mapping recipes i recorded from my time in China and the Philippines, before bringing them to England. The recipes in this book are what i learned from my family growing up. Showing just how naturally food crosses all distances. The vibrancy of colours, textures, flavours agianst the inexplicable calm of asian cooking is something i’ve spent a long time trying to learn. It’s like everything was made with you in mind, while simultaneously not giving a shit about what you’re comfortable with.

Details: FatBoy Zine – Issue 4

64 pages, 21 x 15 cm, Softcover

Article No. bffatboyzine0004 Published by FatBoy Zine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 150 g Dimensions 21 × 15 × 1 cm
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