Hongkongers can learn how to bake this chiffon cake featuring two symbols of anti-government protest in Hong Kong – the LIHKG Pig and Pepe the Frog – at Foodie Buddies in Lai Chi Kok, one of a number of bakeries that have adopted protest themes for cake decorations. Photo: Foodie Buddies. Hongkongers can learn how to bake this chiffon cake featuring two symbols of anti-government protest in Hong Kong – the LIHKG Pig and Pepe the Frog – at Foodie Buddies in Lai Chi Kok, one of a number of bakeries that have adopted protest themes for cake decorations. Photo: Foodie Buddies.
Hongkongers can learn how to bake this chiffon cake featuring two symbols of anti-government protest in Hong Kong – the LIHKG Pig and Pepe the Frog – at Foodie Buddies in Lai Chi Kok, one of a number of bakeries that have adopted protest themes for cake decorations. Photo: Foodie Buddies.

Three bakeries making Hong Kong protest cakes like the one Cake International banned from competition

  • Organisers ruled ‘offensive’ a cake whose icing had a Hong Kong protest theme at a contest in the UK, but similar cakes are flying off Hong Kong bakers’ shelves
  • We talk to the creators of cakes such as Tear Gas Cloud and Liberate Hong Kong about the challenge of decorating them and how they chose their designs

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hongkongers can learn how to bake this chiffon cake featuring two symbols of anti-government protest in Hong Kong – the LIHKG Pig and Pepe the Frog – at Foodie Buddies in Lai Chi Kok, one of a number of bakeries that have adopted protest themes for cake decorations. Photo: Foodie Buddies. Hongkongers can learn how to bake this chiffon cake featuring two symbols of anti-government protest in Hong Kong – the LIHKG Pig and Pepe the Frog – at Foodie Buddies in Lai Chi Kok, one of a number of bakeries that have adopted protest themes for cake decorations. Photo: Foodie Buddies.
Hongkongers can learn how to bake this chiffon cake featuring two symbols of anti-government protest in Hong Kong – the LIHKG Pig and Pepe the Frog – at Foodie Buddies in Lai Chi Kok, one of a number of bakeries that have adopted protest themes for cake decorations. Photo: Foodie Buddies.
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