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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chopsticks

Chopsticks are shaped pairs of equal-length sticks that have been used as kitchen and eating ... Chopsticks were invented in ancient China before the Shang dynasty (1766–1122 BCE) and most likely much earlier prior to establishment of the ...

www.history.com/news/hungry-history/a-brief-history-of-chopsticks

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.

gizmodo.com/how-chopsticks-were-invented-1476244067

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 ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/the-history-of-chopsticks-64935342

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 ...

www.cambridgeblog.org/2015/03/surprising-facts-about-the-history-of-chopsticks

Mar 12, 2015 ... In sum, though invented in antiquity about 7,000 years ago, chopsticks were not always as essential as one tends to think. A rich story indeed is ...

www.eatingutensils.net/history-of-other-eating-utensils/chopsticks-history

The oldest pair of chopsticks , made from bronze, was excavated from the ... early chopsticks suggest that they were not initially used as an eating utensil, but ...

www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/history-of-chopsticks-forks-spoons-and-sporks-who-invented-the-spoon-who-invented-the-fork

Jan 8, 2016 ... The oldest chopsticks ever found were unearthed in the storied ruins of ... Korean chop sticks are medium in length, and usually made of metal ...

mentalfloss.com/article/55287/why-were-chopsticks-invented

Oct 27, 2014 ... Most dishes of that era involved some type of sauce, so using one's fingers was impractical, not to mention pretty disgusting. Chopsticks were ...

www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/cuisine_drink/cuisine/chopsticks.htm

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.