Food for Thought: The Female Frontier

Start: 15 Apr 2018 | 12:30 - 13:30
Category: / Venue: Joglo. Festival Hub @Taman Kuliner (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

“In the kitchen a woman has to always show that she is twice as good as a man,” said Malaysian-born Michelin-starred chef Kwen Liew in the Agence France-Presse article ‘Why do women chefs keep missing out on Michelin stars?’ Indonesia’s next generation of female chefs reveal how they overcome the obstacles of their male-dominated industry.

“Di dapur, para wanita harus menunjukkan bahwa mereka lebih baik dari pria,” ujar chef pemenang penghargaan Michelin asal Malaysia, Kwen Liew di sebuah artikel Agence France-Presse ‘Why do women chefs keep missing out on Michelin stars?’ Para chef wanita Indonesia membeberkan bagaimana mereka menghadapi tantangan di industri yang didominasi oleh pria ini.


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