Tag: an ordinary hole-in-the-wall along macleod before the railway underpass

  • LED – OPEN sign

    Was one of 2 available vertical signs at the time on Amazon. Purchased for practical reasons, as the Marion Nicoll Gallery has vertical windows. Secretly that was an excuse to justify sding more money on an orientation I think is more aesthetically pleasing, if at the exse of legibility and incurring more debt. Has “on” […]

  • cable – ethernet 50ft

    CAT 5 cable that can handle up to 1000mbps of internet at 100mhz bandwidth. Good enough for most internet activities, like emails, gaming with friends, Skype dates, print school papers, etc. 50ft is a lot, but it’s still functional when used in a space less than 50ft. Memory Express in 2013

  • shelf – wooden 5 tier

    Kinda tall. Legs are somewhat wobbly and not aligned, but is stable once things sit on it, kinda Been built and unbuilt 3 times and should no longer be unbuilt and built more than one more time. Ikea in 2017

  • paper – blue, green, grey, pink, red, yolk dark, yolk light

    Part of the pastel family, as it’s a pastel blue. Like the blue found closer to the horizon on a clear sunny day. Apparently used a lot in the legal industry and therefore somewhat unpleasant by association. The most grey that could ever grey, but on the lighter side, like the midsection of a somewhat […]

  • monitor – CRT TV

    Features a still of Kelly and Jadda trying out snacks. Has handles for ease of moving, but still kinda heavy and not recommended to be moved too much. Sony logo fell off at some point and the whole thing has fallen on concrete more than a few times. Garage sale in 2013

  • DVD – player

    A nice almost square shape to fit into square-like spaces, like milkcrates. Has an anachronistic collection of outputs, like coaxial, composite, component, and HDMI, which means it can play DVDs in your grandma’s, cousin’s, friend’s, and everyone’s house. Thriftshop in 2016

  • DVD – empty case

    Empty DVD cases for all the loose CDs and DVDs occupying endlessly stuffed and forgotten drawers. Also useful for containing and sharing hard-to-find, bootlegged movies with friends and loved ones. Donated in 2017

  • container – milk crate

    The most versatile object: can be a seat, a table, a shelf, can store and move things around, be table legs, keep plants off the ground, keep other boxes off the ground, and be stackable with other milkcrates. It’s so useful that they’ve made it a punishable criminal offence if you own one that you […]

  • canned – whole mandarin in light syrup

    It’s a world wonder how they’re able to fit a whole mandarin into a can with enough space for light syrup. It’s like when you try to eat a mandarin whole, and your saliva is the equivalent to the light syrup. Unlike fresh mandarins, you don’t have to peel these and be embarrassed at your […]

  • canned – condensed milk

    Would recommend eating a spoonful if you’re feeling a bit sweet. A superfood that sweetens and makes your tea and coffee creamier in one go. Also yummy when spread over toast. Wholesale Club Calgary in 2016 Wholesale Club Calgary in 2016

  • canned – coconut milk

    Not recommended to drink coconut milk without any kind of dilution. Sometimes comes separated when the fat is sits long enough without disturbance. Best used when poured over warm black rice with taro. Wholesale Club Calgary in 2016

  • canned – baby corn

    Baby corn is actually baby corn that haven’t yet matured into grown corn. Is an obligatory vegetable in every dinner meal because it’s the only veggie you’d eat until you became a grown human. Wholesale Club Calgary in 2016

  • basket – neon orange

    A basket that can also be a strainer. Good for keeping things from getting moldy or wet, like clothes, dishes, napa cabbages, etc. A neon that’s really fluorescent and reminds you of fish markets. Hing Wah Imports in 2016

  • USB – practical luxury 1GB

    Each USB is affixed with resin and random bits of leftovers, like plastic gems, cherry stems, stolen fake succulents, and dead plants. All USBs are formatted to FAT32 for multi OS compatability. Some might have PDFs uploaded onto it. Useful for things that need USBs, like uploading a program into a sign and playing MP3s […]

  • strainer – 1 cup tea

    Unsure where or when this was acquired. Very useful for making small quantity of tea when there’s no company to tend to or for drinks that has floaty bits, like flower petals, seeds, and spices. Not recommend for straining things like soup unless absolutely necessary. ??? in 2018

  • shelf – wooden portable bookcase

    Though light enough to move around, it’s still made of wood and so is annoying to haul. The back panel got ripped off and the shelf likes to sway around, but is still functional. Size is good for various things, like fermenting kimchi in an onggi, storing melons and other fruits, and transformed into a […]

  • plant – red orange fake aquarium

    Originally bought this for my first pet betta fish, Ten, who passed away in 2019. The foliage is fairly soft and malleable, ideal for fishies to hide in. Looks better under aquarium light. Is generally a good decor to have around. Petsmart in 2016

  • LED – store sign

    At 96×32 resolution, it’s barely good enough to show images. It’s best for text and large fields of flashing colours. Is programmable via a proprietary software, which comes loaded with fun effects like shining stars and falling blossom petals. Gets so bright that it’ll attract potential customers 2 blocks down and blind them as they […]

  • electronics – scientific scale

    Not sure if it’s a scientific scale, just remember someone saying it is. Probably needs to be re-calibrated often to ensure science enoughness. Has a lot of buttons but have only used the power and tare functions. Pretty accurate, probably. Good enough for resin mixing at least. Really sensitive, will measure your breath if you […]

  • cloth – yellow towel

    Came with other towels someone was trying to get rid of because they were moving to another town. The many dimples plus the thickness of the cloth makes it really nice to clean caked-on surfaces, like bits of noodles stuck to the bottom of a pot. The edges likes to scallop when not dried flat. […]

  • canister – fire extinguisher

    Unsure when it was acquired. Nice to have around to make it seem like things are safe. Has never been used, likely expired but maybe still functional? Pressure gauge is in the green, though slightly overpressurized. Comes with a falling-apart box with important information. Naturalized in 2018

  • zip tie – neon pink

    50 ties per package. Smallish in length and width. High visibility for an already high density of things in the periphary of attention. Stays locked unless you know the trick. Has the kind of glow you would never find here. Temple Street Night Market, Hong Kong in 2019

  • zip tie – green

    50 ties per package. Mediumish length and thickness. Somewhat hidden amongst all the other green things. A green that reminds one of the chipped, corrugated roof tops of street stalls with rain water slowly dripping down. Temple Street Night Market, Hong Kong in 2019

  • whetstone – 2 layer

    2-tiered for 2-tiered sharpening of your hand forged knife. The blue side is for fine grit, grey side of coarse grit. Or was it the other way around? Make sure to wet the whetstone before use. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • water dispenser – plastic jug

    A large jug that can carry a lot of Ribena or chilled roasted barley tea for sharing with others. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • water dispenser – electrical

    A fancy water heater with 3 hot water settings to suit any and all your tea temperature needs. Likes to make boop and beep sounds, not like the water heaters at your grandparents place in your memories. This heater’s dispensing mechanism needs to be fixed; still boils water well. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • utensil – yellow tip and handle tong

    Rubber head and handle makes picking things up more enjoyable. And suitable for picking up softer things that might break easily, like blocks of tofu and mounds of mochi. Feels nice when squeezing your nose. The locking mechanism has a satisfying click and lock feel. Lucky’s Supermarket in 2019

  • utensil – wooden chopsticks (cooking)

    A pair of sticks that will never lose each, forever bound by a single weaved string. Sometimes makes using the chopsticks a bit harder. Longer than your typical chopsticks. Not coated for better cooking. Lambda Oriental foods Market in 2019

  • utensil – spatula

    A spatula with a semi-soft head for clean and easy transferring of gloopy food like unset jellies. Can also be used an impromptu spoon. Is probably also used to beat children who don’t listen. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • utensil – rolling pin (noodle)

    A wooden stick that is used to roll dough into large sheets, like noodles and rice cakes. Can also be used as a stick to pound things. Is probably also used to beat children who don’t listen. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • utensil – red plastic chopsticks

    Smooth plastic for smooth noodle slurping. A red chopstick that reminds you of eating noodles in the sticky heat outside with strangers, asking you what you ordered. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • utensil – mint soup spoon

    A soft mint. Soft plastic. Soft curves. Soft like visiting your grandma overseas while lying on the floor looking at worn wallpaper. Nicely shaped and sized to fit everything: rice cakes, noodles, jellies, rice cakes in soup, human mouths, soup, other soup spoons. Hong Kong in 2019

  • utensil – metal tong (small)

    Small tongs that I don’t remember acquiring or even using. Is cute size. ??? in 2019

  • utensil – metal ladle

    Not used usually for eating. A shallow and somewhat flat ladle that’s excellent for scooping things that needs to keep shape horizontally, like silken tofu, or if you want to scoop only a little bit of something, like ginger syrup. Ideal for gingerly actions. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • tray – tofu press

    A small tray and press to make a small block of tofu. Not suitable for anyone who is looking to make tofu for their family. Engineered to make the perfect tofu, so long as you do everything else correctly. Can be used to press other things, like red bean paste. Tray is soy coloured. Hing […]

  • tray – 15 eggs

    15 spots for your dozen eggs. Great for dishes that need a lot of eggs with quick access, like making tea eggs. Just make sure to remember the expiry date before transferring the eggs over. Tray is eggshell coloured. Lucky’s Supermarket in 2019

  • table – wooden (small)

    Used to be like the long wooden version until it was painted over with indoor, household acrylic paint. Cute and can still be used as a food table, though harder to clean and not recommended to be licked upon. Naturalized in 2019

  • table – wooden (long)

    Custom made tables so that they can be fitted with milkcrates, they’re coated with cutting board oil to ensure wood suppleness and eating on clealiness. Naturalized in 2019

  • strainer – wooden handle (noodle)

    Longer and deeper, this strainer is made to be shook really hard for quick straining, like noodles to ensure it doesn’t get too soggy. Too tall for more pots, make sure to use this with a deep pot. Comes with a small loop in the back to make sure noodles are quick and easy to […]

  • strainer – red plastic handle (hot pot)

    Less deep than noodle strainer but more than regular strainer. Good for hotpots, as they can carry many items at once, like tofu puffs, whole bok choys, beef balls, enoki mushrooms, 3 different kinds of noodles, slices of beef chuck, etc. Has a small loop at the back so you can cook your ingredients in […]

  • strainer – metal half sphere

    A very normal strainer for very normal needs, like straining chili oil spices from hot, infused oil and for making mung bean jelly not clumpy. One part of the handle is no longer attached to the top like of the strainer. Maybe too much squeezing when trying to strain something faster. Hing Wah Imports in […]

  • stool – red plastic

    Stackable and easy to clean, can also be used as a makeshift table. The holes in the centre is for you to lock the seat(s) up after hours so people can’t steal them. Also helpful if you’re wet for some reason, it helps to make you less damp. Comes with little bumps for your sitting […]

  • sticks – wooden with bead and braid

    Wooden picks with decorative painted wooden beads and colourful braids. Was used to keep mandarin peels straight, unsuccessfully. Likes to fall everywhere no matter how many times you gather them up and put them in a container. Pick is extra pokey. Amart in 2019

  • slippers – grey plastic

    Shower slippers that are ribbed all around to ensure there’s no slipping on the wet floor and between feet and slipper. Has stains as if it’s been used by multiple other people who have also rented the same AirBnB. Size 9 womens. Ladies Market, Hong Kong in 2019

  • sign – plastic transparency

    A transparent print made to be backlit, like on commercial fridges. This print is B-stock with apparently some printing mistakes, somewhere. ??? print shop in 2019

  • pot – vegetable fermentation

    A traditional fermenting pot that utilizes a tiny moat near the entrance by keeping the cup sealed and germs away. Great for any fermenting that needs a lot of liquids, like mustard greens. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • pot – ceramic resealable with wooden spoon

    An airtight ceramic container that comes with a short wooden spoon with a spoon holder. Great for ingredients that need to keep moisture away and needs a lot of scooping, like chili flakes. Glossy exterior means it better left alone once placed somewhere. Thriftshop in 2019

  • pot – onggi (small)

    Personal-sized clay pot for personal-sized needs, like kimchi, soybean paste, and rice. Great for fermenting and other things that likes breathing. Barely fits in a large suitcase. Oegosan Onggi Village, South Korea in 2019

  • pot – metal (small)

    A smaller pot with a heavy bottom, suitable for smaller cooking over a long time in heat, like chili oil and candied dates. Comes with a metal loop for storing veritcally or diagonally when not in use. Thriftshop in 2019

  • pot – metal deep and heavy bottom with handles

    A deep pot that’s suitable for cooking something in heat over a long period of time, like red beans and congee. Comes with a handy 2 handles for easy handling onto the dining table for shared soup eating. B&J Kitchen Equipment in 2019

  • pot – big (metal)

    A pretty big pot that probably needs one more handle to safely carry when filled to the brim with liquids. A kinda pain in the butt to use. Good to use if you never move the pot from the stove or the counter next to the stove, like for stews and soups that sit out […]

  • plate – plastic floral

    Oblong shape is other oblong things, like subs, rice cakes, chopsticks, and carrots. Hint of floral around the edges to accelarate your journey to auntie-hood, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and sibling status. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • pen – red (warm sunshine)

    This pen is no longer being sold at Hing Wah Imports because I bought out their entire stock. The red is like a warm setting sun. A ball point pen with blue ink. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • pen – pink (warm sunshine)

    This is actually a replacement after the other one was stolen at a dinner night. The pink is like the warm pinks under clouds during sunset. A ball point pen with blue ink. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • mortar & pestle – red plastic and wood

    A large, deep mortar with many tiny teeth on the bottom half, making it ideal for mashing things like veggies and fish into paste without worrying about getting the paste all over you. The wooden pestle is nicely shaped to nicely fit into your hands as you pound and mash violent without worry of it […]

  • mat – green plastic anti-slip

    Looks like grass. Feels not like grass, but nice to rub your bare feet, face, and hands over. Can be used for anti-slip purposes, like in showers, kitchen shelves, and claw machine interiors. Can attach to other squares of green rubber mat to make infinite lines of anti-slipperiness. Smells like warm plastic and dusty incense. […]

  • light bulb – CFL warm white

    A fluorescent tube that glows a warm white. Makes a nice, soft glow that gently but uncompromisingly filters its surroundings. These bulbs acutally need to be run from a 220v circuit. So make sure you use this with a converter if you live in place that doesn’t have 220v! An A19 bulb. Hong Kong in […]

  • light bulb – CFL pink

    A fluorescent tude that glows a warm pink. Used to be used in meat shops to indicate that it’s a meat shop and to make the meat look nicer. Now people use LED lamps. A good bulb to use when you want to feel like romantic meat. An A19 bulb. Jeonju, South Korea in 2019

  • light bulb – CFL blue

    A fluorescent tube that glows a warm blue. Good for spaces where you can still see what you’re doing, but less harsh to your eyes and still do things safely. An A19 bulb. Jeonju, South Korea in 2019

  • LED – menu sign

    A sign that’s suited to be written on by neon wet erase markers to make your shop glow or as a space to write down your schedule of the day. Comes with many colour options and in fading and flashing modes, to suit whatever mood and people you’re looking for. Uncle Weiners in 2019

  • LED – digital counter

    A digital counter that comes with fun buttons to press, like make numbers go up and down, or to start and stop and countdown. Can also tell the time if you want, but less fun as there’s no button pressing. Only comes in red lights. Amazon in 2019

  • ladle – blue plastic

    Commonly used in shower rooms to transfer large quantities of water into buckets or to pour over yourself. Also good for carrying large quanities of soup into other buckets and your goldfish into other aquariums. Arirang in 2019

  • label – fire extinguisher

    A simple sign to tell you where the fire extinguisher is. Please put it away if there’s no fire extinguisher where the arrow is pointing, otherwise you might make a bad situation even more bad. Canadian Tire in 2019

  • knife – meat cleaver

    A soild metal to help solidly cut through meat and bones. It’s kinda heavy, so please handle with care and keep your fingers away, as they’re also made out of meat. B&J Kitchen Equipment in 2019

  • knife – korean handforged

    An appropriate object for when Seollal and your birthday lines up. Forged by hand for those looking for authenticity and tradition. Rusts easily and cuts rather poorly. Or maybe, it just needs someone who understands what’s needed to bring out its potential. Korean Folk Village, South Korea in 2019

  • gloves – red plastic (long)

    These gloves are great for any tasks that you need to put your elbow into, like cleaning large pots, making kimchi, and washing your dog. These gloves are the back up gloves in case they broke. The original gloves were left behind and location is currently unknown. Amart in 2019

  • food – soybeans

    Soybeans to make soymilk and then to make tofu. You can find these beans in Superstore, but the quality isn’t good enough to make tofu. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • food – sichuan peppers

    These peppers make any place it touches numbing and tingly. Very good in chili oils when paired with other not-tingly chili peppers and flakes. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • food – MSG

    Is used to make everything tastier. And don’t let others tell you otherwise! Was created to help people eat less salt by increasing savouriness in dishes that salt helps in extracting from other food ingredients, like mushrooms, beef, and tomatoes. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • food – mochiko

    Glutinous rice flour that’s more grainy, gooey, and less chewy than other glutinous rice flours, making it a bit harder to work with. Still great for daifukus. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • food – honeysuckle flowers

    Dried honeysuckle flowers that can often be found in teas, made as a tea, and in desserts. Has a cooling effect that clears up the upper respiratory tract. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • food – fennel seeds

    Only came in a large bag when really I only needed 2 pinches for chili oil. Has a licorice taste. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • food – dried shiitake

    Needs to be rehydrated for 6 hours before consuming, or else you’ll get a stomach ache. Has a strong aroma when soaking in water on a counter, signalling a revival and promise of flavour. Also used for making veggie stock. Lambda Oriental Foods Market in 2019

  • fan – cyan portable with clip

    USB micro charged with a colour-matched clip. Has 3 speeds: gentle, medium, desparate. Only good for one person or small number of persons huddled really close together. Can be used clipped onto a surface or standing on a desk. Hong Kong in 2019

  • electronics – electric fly swatter

    Shaped like a toy tennis racket. Wires crisscross the face of the swatter, meant to be sligtly shocking. Electricals are broken but can still be used to swat flies or at people who are being annoying. Probably not good for tennis or other racket sports. Hang Fung Foods in 2019

  • electronics – blue blue planet digital watch

    A semi-flexible, semi-water resistant cheap digital watch. Not sure why it’s called Blue Planet, but the blue on this watch reminds me of looking at the ocean from the sky. Daiso in 2016

  • cup – teal stackable

    Stackable drinking cups that are suitable for street food stalls. Sized similarly to a large fountain soda cup, but without the lid and straw. Matches nicely with the teal water jug, for a nice Ribena sharing session. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • cup – teal plastic funnel

    A large funnel that is nicely shaped to handle large quantities of liquids, or if you’re unable to control the speed of the pouring. A little light in weight, which can cause stability problems. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • cups – red plastic measuring (1 cup to 1/2 tsp)

    Comes in a set of 6 to meet all 6 of your measuring needs. The rough-ish texutre of the cups makes measuring easier, especially when trying to measure things that like to roll around, like mustard seeds and sichuan peppers. The red colours also helps to avoid red stains from things like chili oil. Hong […]

  • container – red plastic thermos

    They say you can tell it’s a geniune product by listening to the inner cavern of the thermos. Can be found next to fishermen or with groups of older men playing mahjong or Chinese chess during early hours of the day. Hang Fung Foods in 2019

  • container – red plastic tub with sesame seeds

    The plastic container used to house packets of assorted fruit jelly cups before being filled with sesame seeds, which might be a bit stale. There’s enough sesame seeds in the container to make sesame sauce, another container filled with roasted sesame seeds, make more sesame sauce, make more roasted sesame seeds… Hong Kong Supermarket in […]

  • container – metal beaker

    Commonly found in cafes with Italian espresso makers to make foamy milk into art and concentrated coffee in something more drinkable. Has a convenient spout for pouring. Can be used to heat and pour other things, like, sweet soup. Naturalized in 2018

  • container – 100% pure lye

    Also known as sodium hydroxide, please handle the contents of the container with extra care, as the beads like to stick everywhere and when mixed with water, can eat away at exposed flesh. Also used to unclog drains of long strands of hair, and make soap and century eggs. Soap n’ More in 2019

  • container – compost bin

    This bin can only be used as a compost bin, as it’s the colour of the compost bin that the city gave each household: dark beige with white cover. A fairly deep container, it can hold more compost waste before emptying. Might smell like stale coffee grounds, like a lot of other compost bins. Naturalized […]

  • cloth – cheese

    A versatile cloth that can do a lot of things, except clean surfaces efficiently. Is large enough that it can be double folded for double cheese cloth needs, like squeezing out soymilk from soybeans and getting rid of all moisture from red beans to make red bean paste. Slightly stained from the red beans. Might […]

  • cloth – blue face mask

    Has rating of PSM2.5, good for protecting your breathing from particulates in the air. Has inner pockets for more protecting and adjustable straps for various head and ear sizes. Comes in a medical blue to denote medical intentions. Medical store in Zhongshan, China in 2015

  • cap – docker

    Malleable and can fit into somewhat large pockets and bags. Looks like a guāpímào but less watermelon-y. Keeps the top of your head warm but your ears open for good listening and good for with little-to-no sun blocking needs, like in a kitchen. Hasn’t been washed since purchase. Seoul, South Korea in 2019

  • canned – sardine tins

    An empty sardine tin that still has the faint smell of sardines in tomato sauce, which go really nicely with instant noodles and blanched broccoli. Perfect size for holding soup spoons while stacked sideways. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • canned – powdered custard

    Unsealed container of custard powder, should still be edible? A popular powder to make egg tarts, custard cakes, egg waffles, and creamy jellies. Primarily made with corn starch. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • canned – coffee

    Doesn’t come with coffee grounds, as they were all used up. However the container is the perfect shape to hold things, like chopsticks. Coffee found in these tins are often used for Vietnamese coffee and Hong Kong coffee milk tea and milk coffee. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • canister – sesame oil

    Still sealed, sesame oil should still be edible? Was purchased for the aesthetics of the container, unsure if this is considered good sesame oil. Hard to stack but the provided spout makes pouring out sesame oil into smaller containers a lot easier. Amart in 2019

  • canister – butane 4 pack

    Purpose made for portable butane stoves. Handle with care: risk of explosion and highly flammable. Though explosions are less likely due to a Korean patent. Should last about 1 hour at full, rice frying heat or 3 hours of soymilk cooking heat. Amart in 2019

  • bucket – gold plated metal

    Comes with a dent, which allowed me to buy the bucket at a discount with the help of a Korean friend. Don’t put anything inside that might react to metal, such as fresh soymilk. Usually contains makgeoli, but is currently not. Arirang Mart in 2019

  • bucket – blue plastic

    Periwinkle blue, though doesn’t speak the language of flowers. The perfect colour for an object that exists at the edges. The perfect height to dry mandarin peels by a window. Smells a bit like handsoap, bleach, and incense. Most importantly, the perfect size to carry all your paper burning needs, just be sure that nothing […]

  • brush – wooden bristles

    Was bought for the purpose of cleaning tables and pots stuck with hardended noodle and rice bits, but this just sat on a shelf. Lucky’s Supermarket in 2019

  • bowl – yellow plastic stackable

    Used in the same way as the small metal bowls, but cuter and more stacking efficiency. Can also be used as a serving bowl. Lucky’s Supermarket in 2019

  • bowl – small metal

    Bowls not really meant to be served to people, though it can if it needs to. Usually found in cooking shows where the cook preps ingredients ahead of time so they don’t have to potentially embarrass themselves in front of the camera. Also used as dirty utensil holder, like tongs and ladles. Amart in 2019

  • bowl – pink plastic personal

    Is lightly speckled to lightly imitate stone textures. The kind of bowl you would trust to survive street food stall life while providing street food stall portions. Matches the blue bowl. Amart in 2019

  • bowl – mint plastic personal

    A soft V shaped bowl (or a sharp U shape?) that’s suitable for carrying noodles, soups, stews, or enitre tables worth of side dishes. Is slightly ribbed, makes holding the bowl easier, or is it so it can contain more soup? Matches the pink bowl. Amart in 2019

  • bowl – green plastic

    Has a nice bluish green colour. There’s a slight cracker on the lip but still very functional. Great for quick and aggressive work where you don’t need to think about possibly breaking something. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • bowl – ceramic serving

    A generic bowl for generic meals around generic tables. Bigger than a rice bowl but smaller than a noodle bowl, but can contain both things; big enough without sacrificing one-handed-holding-ness. Can be stacked, but only by 3 before the tower becomes unstable. Hong Kong Supermarket in 2019

  • bottle – yellow plastic

    A little short, this bottle is great for things that are high in concentration and need only little drops, like sesame oil. Comes with a convenient cap holder when cap isn’t holding the contents of the bottle inside. Yellow body is slightly transluscent, ideal for gauging whether you need to refill the bottle soon. Hing […]

  • bottle – red plastic

    The perfect bottle to house all your red sauces, like ketchup and for gochujang cold noodles. The slightly blubous tip cap makes this bottle a nice addition to the dining table; to make your space look like a hole-in-the-wall you might encounter while travelling abroad. Hing Wah Imports in 2019

  • bottle – plastic spray

    A tri-coloured spray bottle, this bottle is a great size for many needs, like sanitizing tables, moisturize eye bean bags, and keep your noodles moist. Comes with a convenienent clip in the back so it can be hung in various places. Hing Wah Imports in 2019