Celebrating Small Victories: Using Chopsticks

  1. 2e0mca says:

    It takes practice – and my son is going through the same skill gaining exercise as you (as we all did when Asian food moved in to our western lives 🙂 The good news is – you’re unlikely to over eat because your arms get tired first 😉

  2. claire says:

    There’s a hard way and easy way to use them. Fast chopsticks for beginners! – Much easier to show you but I’ll try to describe the method. Wedge one chopstick between your second finger and thumb tips letting the back end rest against your hand (in a triangle shape). This chop stick doesn’t move. Insert the other chopstick parallel resting between your thumb tip and index finger, by simply moving your index finger up and down you get easy control – take all of two minutes to learn. (Chinese people always want to teach you the “proper way” but I had a good friend! ha!)

  3. leggypeggy says:

    Thanks so much for visiting and following my travel blog. Thrilled for you and your move to China. I’ll enjoy following how it goes.

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