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‘Kung Fu Kitchen’ commissioned for Channel News Asia International

Channel News Asia International has commissioned Sitting in Pictures to produce the first season of Kung Fu Kitchen, a 6 x 30-minute series shot in HD. The ob-doc series takes the idea of mastering a skill like Kung Fu and brings it into the kitchen. Every week, a novice is challenged to master tasks like tea making and teppanyaki grilling. The series, filmed in English, is in post-production and available for international distribution and as a format.
January 25, 2010

Channel News Asia International has commissioned Sitting in Pictures to produce the first season of Kung Fu Kitchen, a 6 x 30-minute series shot in HD. The ob-doc series takes the idea of mastering a skill like Kung Fu and brings it into the kitchen. Every week, a novice is challenged to master tasks like tea making and teppanyaki grilling. The series, filmed in English, is in post-production and available for international distribution and as a format.

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