S.Low, Marston, Low and Searle,
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FROM MAULMAIN AND PENANG 89
everything, all the ' odds and ends,' well mixed, were made. A Chinaman eats from many little bowls, holding one of rice in his hand, and selecting bits from the others in turn to mix and eat with the rice ; in
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eating, they hold the bowl to the lips, and then poke the food into their mouths with the chop-sticks. They ate but twice a day, and at the conclusion of a meal most amusing was it to see all the dishes washed in about half a pint of water.