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MOHINGA

Yangon Street Food Narratives

This interdisciplinary project explored the relationship between oral history, food, and teashops. The project participants were exposed to use food as as part of the intangible heritage.

Art, Food and Traditions


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Myanmar Food History

Interviewer: Frankie Fathers

Recorded by: Frankie Fathers

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

Translated by: San Lin Tun

 
 

 
 
 
 
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Ma Aye Street Coconut Juice

Interview by: Khin Zaw Latt

Recorded by: Frankie Fathers

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

In cooperation with: Frankie Fathers

Translated by: San Lin Tun


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Wuthering Heights Teashop

Interview by: San Lin Tun

Recorded by: Frankie Fathers

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

Translated by: San Lin Tun

In cooperation with: Frankie Fathers

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Mohinga Soup

Interview by: Ye Naung

Recorded by: Ye Naung

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

Translated by: San Lin Tun

In cooperation with: Frankie Fathers


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Home Cooking by Daw Yee

Interview by: Ko Htein Lin

Recorded by: Ko Htein Lin

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

In cooperation with: Frankie Fathers

Translated by: San Lin Tun


 
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My Grandfather’s Favorite Soup

Interview by: Ye Naung

Recorded by: Ye Naung

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

Translated by: San Lin Tun

In cooperation with: Frankie Fathers


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Cooking Jack Fruit Curry

Interview by: Ko Latt

Recorded by: Frankie Fathers

Edited by: Pe Maung Same

In cooperation with: Frankie Fathers

Translated by: San Lin TunCurated by: Abadi Art Space


 

Intangible Heritage | Cooking Jack Fruit Curry | by Ko Latt | edited by Pe Maung Same