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ASIA-HAWKERS/
RTR3MWI4
April 28, 2014
A man eats a meal at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore April 17, 2014. The Hong Kong Jin...
Singapore, Singapore
A man eats a meal at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore
A man eats a meal at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore April 17, 2014. The Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore has stopped selling the savoury roast duck and pork ribs that drew crowds for a generation, the latest to close down due to escalating rents and difficulty in finding workers. The eatery run by Yip Chan Yuk Ying, a Hong Kong-born Singapore citizen, shut its doors on April 28, 2014 after its landlord jacked up its monthly rent by 46 percent to S$12,000 ($9,600) from S$8,200. Picture taken April 17, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
ASIA-HAWKERS/
RTR3MWHC
April 28, 2014
Employees serve roast duck at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore April 17, 2014. The Hong...
Singapore, Singapore
Employees serve roast duck at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore
Employees serve roast duck at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore April 17, 2014. The Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore has stopped selling the savoury roast duck and pork ribs that drew crowds for a generation, the latest to close down due to escalating rents and difficulty in finding workers. The eatery run by Yip Chan Yuk Ying, a Hong Kong-born Singapore citizen, shut its doors on April 28, 2014 after its landlord jacked up its monthly rent by 46 percent to S$12,000 ($9,600) from S$8,200. Picture taken April 17, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
ASIA-HAWKERS/
RTR3MWEW
April 28, 2014
An employee chops up roast duck at Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore April 17, 2014. The Hong...
Singapore, Singapore
An employee chops up roast duck at the Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore
An employee chops up roast duck at Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore April 17, 2014. The Hong Kong Jin Tian Eating House in Singapore has stopped selling the savoury roast duck and pork ribs that drew crowds for a generation, the latest to close down due to escalating rents and difficulty in finding workers. The eatery run by Yip Chan Yuk Ying, a Hong Kong-born Singapore citizen, shut its doors on April 28, 2014 after its landlord jacked up its monthly rent by 46 percent to S$12,000 ($9,600) from S$8,200. Picture taken April 17, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
GERMANY/
RTR3E5YB
February 23, 2013
Bratwurst sausages are pictured in the kitchen of a canteen in Weisswasser, Saxony, February 12, 2013....
Weisswasser, Germany
Bratwurst sausages are pictured in the kitchen of a canteen in Weisswasser
Bratwurst sausages are pictured in the kitchen of a canteen in Weisswasser, Saxony, February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGF3
February 07, 2013
Two snakes are seen inside their compartment in wooden cupboards labelled "Poisonous Snakes", at a snake...
Hong Kong, China
Two snakes are seen inside their compartment in wooden cupboards labelled "Poisonous Snakes", at a snake...
Two snakes are seen inside their compartment in wooden cupboards labelled "Poisonous Snakes", at a snake soup store in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGF1
February 07, 2013
Snake shop owner Mak Tai-kong, 84, holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, in front of wooden...
Hong Kong, China
Snake shop owner Mak Tai-kong, 84, holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, in front of wooden...
Snake shop owner Mak Tai-kong, 84, holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, in front of wooden cabinets containing snakes, at his snake soup store in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. Mak is one of scores in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGF0
February 07, 2013
A worker holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, and had their teeth removed, at a snake soup...
Hong Kong, China
A worker holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, and had their teeth removed, at a snake soup...
A worker holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, and had their teeth removed, at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGEZ
February 07, 2013
Customers eat snake soup beside wooden cupboards containing snakes at snake soup shop in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
Customers eat snake soup beside wooden cupboards containing snakes at snake soup shop in Hong Kong
Customers eat snake soup beside wooden cupboards containing snakes at snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGEY
February 07, 2013
A worker prepares snake soup for customers in snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. There are...
Hong Kong, China
A worker prepares snake soup for customers in snake soup shop in Hong Kong
A worker prepares snake soup for customers in snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGEX
February 07, 2013
Snake soup shop owner Chow Ka-ling looks at a cobra in her shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. Chow is...
Hong Kong, China
Snake soup shop owner Chow Ka-ling looks at a cobra in her shop in Hong Kong
Snake soup shop owner Chow Ka-ling looks at a cobra in her shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. Chow is one of scores in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGEW
February 07, 2013
Snake meat is seen in a bowl of snake soup served at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 30, 2013....
Hong Kong, China
Snake meat is seen in a bowl of snake soup served at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong
Snake meat is seen in a bowl of snake soup served at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 30, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 30, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGEV
February 07, 2013
A worker washes snake meat near cages of snakes in the kitchen of a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
A worker washes snake meat near cages of snakes in the kitchen of a snake soup shop in Hong Kong
A worker washes snake meat near cages of snakes in the kitchen of a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 29, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGEU
February 07, 2013
Customers eat snake soup at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 30, 2013. There are scores of people...
Hong Kong, China
Customers eat snake soup at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong
Customers eat snake soup at a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 30, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 30, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
HONGKONG-SNAKE/SOUP
RTR3DGET
February 07, 2013
A customer walks past a portrait of the founder of a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 30, 2013. There...
Hong Kong, China
A customer walks past a portrait of the founder of a snake soup shop in Hong Kong
A customer walks past a portrait of the founder of a snake soup shop in Hong Kong January 30, 2013. There are scores of people in Hong Kong who have through generations tamed snakes to make soup out of them, a traditional cuisine believed to be good for the health. Yet the people behind providing fresh snakes for the savoury meal thought to speed up the body's blood flow and keep it strong in the cold winter months may be doomed, with young people increasingly reluctant to take on a job they see as hard and dirty. Picture taken January 30, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTXR3U6
November 25, 2009
The "Okonomiyaki Robot" demonstrates its ability to cook Japanese traditional food Okonomiyaki , a savoury...
Tokyo, Japan
"Okonomiyaki Robot" demonstrates its ability to cook Okonomiyaki during the international robot exhibition...
The "Okonomiyaki Robot" demonstrates its ability to cook Japanese traditional food Okonomiyaki , a savoury pancake, during the international robot exhibition 2009 in Tokyo November 25, 2009. The robot which has 15 joints, can take verbal orders from customers and use standard kitchen utensils. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN SCI TECH FOOD IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTXR3U4
November 25, 2009
"Okonomiyaki Robot" demonstrates its ability to cook Japanese traditional food Okonomiyaki, a savoury...
Tokyo, Japan
"Okonomiyaki Robot" demonstrates its ability to cook Okonomiyaki during the international robot exhibition...
"Okonomiyaki Robot" demonstrates its ability to cook Japanese traditional food Okonomiyaki, a savoury pancake, during the international robot exhibition 2009 in Tokyo November 25, 2009. The robot which has 15 joints, can take verbal orders from customers and use standard kitchen utensils. The banner reads,"Okonomiyaki". REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN BUSINESS FOOD SCI TECH)
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