When Food is the Only Narrative We Consume
Chinese culture can’t be made bite-sized for mass consumption.
Angie Kang is a Chinese-American illustrator and writer presently based in the Bay Area. Her work has appeared in The Believer, The Rumpus, Narrative Mag, Wildness, The Offing, Okay Donkey Mag, and elsewhere. See more of her digital footprint at www.angiekang.net or on instagram @anqiekanq.
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