The earliest evidence were six chopsticks, made of bronze, 26 cm (10 inches)
long and 1.1 to 1.3 cm (0.43 to 0.51 inches) wide, excavated from the Ruins of
Mar 8, 2013 ... In Japan, chopsticks were 8 inches long for men and 7 inches long for ... the now-
ubiquitous disposable set, typically made of bamboo or wood.
Dec 4, 2013 ... One distinct difference between Japanese and Chinese chopsticks was that the
former were made from a single piece of bamboo that were ...
Dec 4, 2013 ... Created roughly 4000-5000 years ago in China, the earliest versions of
something like chopsticks were used for cooking (they're perfect for ...
Oct 27, 2014 ... It's hard to believe for us Westerners who work up a sweat at the local P.F.
Chang's while trying to use chopsticks, but the spindly utensils were ...
In ancient times, chopsticks were called 'Zhu'. ... So they cleverly invented 'Zhu' to
nip food, thus it has become the most convenient tableware in their lives.
Aug 5, 2009 ... This new method of cooking made it unnecessary to have knives at the dinner ...
During the Chinese dynastic times, silver chopsticks were ...
Then, tree branches, bamboo sticks and animal bones were naturally used as
tools to eat with. Chopsticks were presumably a clever invention replacing those
Actually, the Chinese were taught to use chopsticks long before spoons and forks
were invented in Europe (the knife is older, not as an instrument for dining but ...
Other popular materials were wood and bone, and chopsticks made of precious
metals were not uncommon among the wealthy. It was believed that silver ...