Splicing & Dicing (2015)


This fly-on-the-wall documentary enters into the kitchens of four chefs as they each cook a noodle dish sprinkling aspects of their respective regional cultures with a dash of Chinese influence. How does food reflect migration? Influenced by the different experiences and insights of our chefs, we began to explore food as a form of cultural expression of the past and the present, changing based on time and space.

This film was created by Dominique Bautista and Christina Lee, for FIPR 469A at the University of British Columbia, part of the Asian Canadian Asian Migration Studies minor program.