Fung Tze-wei came to the UK in 1975. He initially worked in Chinatown restaurant kitchens before buying his own Chinese takeaway on Willesden High Road. He is one of several members of London’s Chinatown community to be featured in a new Instagram gallery. Photo: #HumansOfChinatownLondon / Ken Lam Fung Tze-wei came to the UK in 1975. He initially worked in Chinatown restaurant kitchens before buying his own Chinese takeaway on Willesden High Road. He is one of several members of London’s Chinatown community to be featured in a new Instagram gallery. Photo: #HumansOfChinatownLondon / Ken Lam
Fung Tze-wei came to the UK in 1975. He initially worked in Chinatown restaurant kitchens before buying his own Chinese takeaway on Willesden High Road. He is one of several members of London’s Chinatown community to be featured in a new Instagram gallery. Photo: #HumansOfChinatownLondon / Ken Lam

Chinatown people: from immigrant chefs to local firefighters, folk of London’s Chinatown have stories told in Instagram gallery

  • A project to celebrate the people who work, shop and live in London’s Chinatown has gone live on Instagram, #HumansOfChinatownLondon
  • Photographer Ken Lam and writer Jenny Lau say the project also gave them the opportunity to explore their own identities

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Fung Tze-wei came to the UK in 1975. He initially worked in Chinatown restaurant kitchens before buying his own Chinese takeaway on Willesden High Road. He is one of several members of London’s Chinatown community to be featured in a new Instagram gallery. Photo: #HumansOfChinatownLondon / Ken Lam Fung Tze-wei came to the UK in 1975. He initially worked in Chinatown restaurant kitchens before buying his own Chinese takeaway on Willesden High Road. He is one of several members of London’s Chinatown community to be featured in a new Instagram gallery. Photo: #HumansOfChinatownLondon / Ken Lam
Fung Tze-wei came to the UK in 1975. He initially worked in Chinatown restaurant kitchens before buying his own Chinese takeaway on Willesden High Road. He is one of several members of London’s Chinatown community to be featured in a new Instagram gallery. Photo: #HumansOfChinatownLondon / Ken Lam
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