A spread from Yan-kit’s Classic Chinese Cookbook, by So Yan-kit. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong A spread from Yan-kit’s Classic Chinese Cookbook, by So Yan-kit. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
A spread from Yan-kit’s Classic Chinese Cookbook, by So Yan-kit. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
Chinese cuisine

Food writer and historian So Yan-kit took ‘good food’ for granted until she moved to Britain

  • Growing up in Hong Kong, So ate ‘delicious, well-prepared dishes, seasoned to father’s liking, rather than the bland food given to young children in the West’
  • It was only once she was living in London that she started to cook herself and discovered her passion for Chinese cuisine

Topic |   Chinese cuisine
A spread from Yan-kit’s Classic Chinese Cookbook, by So Yan-kit. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong A spread from Yan-kit’s Classic Chinese Cookbook, by So Yan-kit. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
A spread from Yan-kit’s Classic Chinese Cookbook, by So Yan-kit. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
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