China’s ‘office chef’ a strike with online foodies


HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s latest online star uses bland bureau apparatus to prepare pancakes, prohibited pot and even flame-grilled fish during her desk.

The 23-year-old, who goes by a name of “Ms Yeah”, began uploading her quirky cooking videos to Weibo, China’s microblogging service, in January.

She found new fans outward her home nation when she posted videos on YouTube, that is blocked in mainland China.

“I consider we spend all of my gangling time examination her videos,” Kenny Dilian, a fan from Indonesia, told Reuters Television during a YouTube FanFest in Hong Kong.

In one video, Ms Yeah uses an iron to griddle strips of beef on her desk. In another, she cooks prohibited pot inside a H2O dispenser.

Dilian pronounced his favorite video shows her dismantling a mechanism estimate section and regulating a steel bombard with a candle inside to prepare a Chinese pancake.

“She always has something new in a video. Sometimes it creates he giggle so hard,” he said.

Dilian was among a organisation of hardcore fans who lined adult to accommodate Ms. Yeah during a FanFest, where she achieved a live show.

Aside from anticipating artistic ways to prepare regulating bureau equipment, Ms Yeah also insists a videos have no narration.

“Everyone watches a video in silence, so foodies from all over a universe can know what we are doing,” she said.

Reporting by Pak Yiu in Hong Kong and Joyce Zhou in Beijing; modifying by Darren Schuettler


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