Chinese and Indian dumplings become pop culture icons for artists far and wide

//Chinese and Indian dumplings become pop culture icons for artists far and wide

Chinese and Indian dumplings become pop culture icons for artists far and wide

Dumplings are Elizabeth Fry’s ultimate comfort food. The designer, entrepreneur and founder of the Hong Kong-based Liz Fry Design company says the steamed variety are her favourite. Fry, 38, has lived in Hong Kong for the past six years; her mother was born in the city and moved to Britain as a child. “Dumplings are such an integral part of Hong Kong’s identity and culinary heritage,” she says. “I have friends who are obsessed with them.” In 2019, Fry created a range of Hong Kong-themed…

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