Charles Frith In China: Chasing Chip

Charles Frith In China: Chasing Chip
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 10 december 2007

On the right is one of those huge posters depicting a non existant idylic rural scene such as smoky waterfalls, that are so popular right across Asia.

There are two types of coal used in these parts and this is the lumpy stuff that gets broken down to feed the oven. Behind me is the local coal dealers stock pile.

Which is purchased by the households and then kept in dryer conditions because gas mark 5 to get the frozen pizzas nice and crispy isn’t so easy to achieve when dealing with damp fuel.

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