Chinese food culture is shifting in a post-pandemic society. Photo: Shutterstock Chinese food culture is shifting in a post-pandemic society. Photo: Shutterstock
Chinese food culture is shifting in a post-pandemic society. Photo: Shutterstock

As Covid-19 changes chopstick habits, China’s diners ponder how to keep family love and intimacy alive

  • Adding chopsticks to the table for the sole purpose of serving is seen by many as interrupting Chinese family values
  • Fear of disease, the need to reassure customers and new local laws mean restaurants may be forced to change how they set the table

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese food culture is shifting in a post-pandemic society. Photo: Shutterstock Chinese food culture is shifting in a post-pandemic society. Photo: Shutterstock
Chinese food culture is shifting in a post-pandemic society. Photo: Shutterstock
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