Young Pastry Cook Creates Dough Sculptures in Central China

August 30, 2016
Editor: Gretchen Zhou
Qi Hongning works on a dough sculpture in Anyang, Central China's Henan province. In 2011, he resigned from a restaurant in Zhengzhou as a pastry cook and went to Shenzhen to learn dough sculpting. A year later, he returned to Anyang and started to receive orders of dough sculpture. [Xinhua]
Qi Hongning works on a dough sculpture in Anyang, Central China's Henan province. In 2011, he resigned from a restaurant in Zhengzhou as a pastry cook and went to Shenzhen to learn dough sculpting. A year later, he returned to Anyang and started to receive orders of dough sculpture. [Xinhua]
Qi Hongning works on a dough sculpture in Anyang, Central China's Henan province. In 2011, he resigned from a restaurant in Zhengzhou as a pastry cook and went to Shenzhen to learn dough sculpting. A year later, he returned to Anyang and started to receive orders of dough sculpture. [Xinhua]
Qi Hongning works on a dough sculpture in Anyang, Central China's Henan province. In 2011, he resigned from a restaurant in Zhengzhou as a pastry cook and went to Shenzhen to learn dough sculpting. A year later, he returned to Anyang and started to receive orders of dough sculpture. [Xinhua]

 

(Source: Ecns.cn and Xinhua)

Please understand that womenofchina.cn,a non-profit, information-communication website, cannot reach every writer before using articles and images. For copyright issues, please contact us by emailing: website@womenofchina.cn. The articles published and opinions expressed on this website represent the opinions of writers and are not necessarily shared by womenofchina.cn.


32.3K
Comments