Interview with Jocelyn Eikenberg

I had the joy of being interviewed by Jocelyn Eikenberg last month. It was great fun and the questions allowed me some time to do a bit of reflection on translating the Suiyuan Shidan, which is always nice. You can read the interview on her blog at: http://www.speakingofchina.com/bookreviews/recipes-from-the-garden-of-contentment/

Thanks Jocelyn!

 

3 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for sharing the post with your readers, and many thanks for the interview! I’m truly in awe of how you’ve managed to translate ancient Chinese into such lovely prose, and your work will pave the way for more people to understand the essence of one of the finest culinary traditions in the world.

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    1. Hopefully the work will further public interest in the cuisine and catalyze more academic research into the subject! Thanks for the thoughtful questions Jocelyn!

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