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How a trip to Hong Kong taught British-Chinese chef Andrew Wong that not all Chinese food was the same

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

"It is one of the dishes that has made our cuisine so famous,” chef Andrew Wong says

Kricket has announced its 2020 Chef Series, with Andrew Wong, Vivek Singh and Nuno Mendes all taking part in collaboration dinners with Kricket’s Will Bowlby in September.  @KricketBrixton  @awongSW1  @chefviveksingh  @NunoMendes 

An MIT @opendoclab  _docubase project, Andrew Wong and James Thompson’s circles the globe an algorithm randomly selecting an endless stream of clips of people, nature and animals beamed from earth to find a new home. #ICADaily 

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"There are things in this world which are more important than profit and money" 🌟👨‍🍳 Michelin-starred chef Andrew Wong could be worrying about how his restaurant will survive the #coronavirus  crisis. Instead, he is preparing food boxes for the needy. All, free of charge

Michelin star-winning chef Andrew Wong and the staff at his restaurant A.Wong are making free meal boxes for those in need during the #coronavirus  crisis. "If we can help one person and make them temporarily happy, give them one meal, then that's enough for the moment."

Michelin star-winning chef Andrew Wong is used to serving sophisticated interpretations of classic Chinese dishes in London, but now he's turned his attention to cooking for those in need during the coronavirus lockdown

Michelin star chef Andrew Wong and his staff have started producing cook-at-home boxes which they give free of charge to people who are struggling as radical measures to curb the spread of coronavirus take effect

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