Monday, March 16, 2009

Night Market

@ Xinyi Fang

The blue and green canopies down there are covers for a night market.
The market serve some Indian food at night, as well as other delicacies around the country.
I dont't know why they have the Indian dishes, my aunt told me the dishes are served by several Indian international students who are really good at "飞饼"。
I was watching one of them making the dish last night. The student(chef?) reminded me those Chinese acrobatics, I mean, his performance is really wonderful.

4 comments:

goooooood girl said...

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HZDP said...

Good girl,

It seems you are really 'interested' in my blog...

Peter said...

I looked for the Babelsfish translation. Could it be some kind of flying cake?

If not, I was struck by the fact that the buildings and the market place could actually be "anywhere", the typically Chinese is somehow absent? ... at least looking from far.

HZDP said...

Peter,
I dont know how to translate the dish correctly, that's why I put it in Chinese, the chef was really 'flying' a piece of flour.
I was surprised that he didn't make a hole of that thin piece of flour when he was tossing it 'all around'