The Dai Pai Dong

Museum Grade reprint on Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm mould-made paper. Limited reprint. It's noisy, grimy, and delicious: The dai pai pong is the quintessential Hong Kong culinary experience. Every night since 1956, Oi Man Sang has fired up local favorites brimming with wok hei ("breath of the wok"), surrounded by an orchestra of joyful diners and sizzling claypots. Only 25 of these outdoor food stalls have withstood government efforts to eradicate them, and this mouth-watering spot is one of them. This painting is part of the ongoing series titled "Unspoken Stories, Unsung Heroes" - watercolor sketches paying tribute to the remarkable men and women who are keeping Hong Kong's twilight industries and businesses alive. Total limited run of 150 reprints, irrespective of size
Painting / Watercolor | Limited Reprint
Current Location
Hong Kong
Represented by
70cm (W) x 50cm (H)
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