Heading out for Chinese with your new squeeze but not sure how to manipulate these mikado looking utensils known as chopsticks?
Here is an easy to follow infographic to practice the perfect finger-to-sticks and wrist movement before hitting the restaurant. If, after this short session of trial and error, the technique still evades you, when dining at the aforementioned restaurant, go for the fork and use the chopsticks to artfully secure your bun. Explain that even though the word “Chopstick” may come from the Chinese Pidgin English “chop chop” or “quick”, using them is anything but. And anyway who said Dim Sum couldn’t be eaten with your hands?