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They Came, They Saw, They Slurped: Noodles and a Movie at the Freer

Posted by on Friday, February 17, 2012

Enjoying noodles in the Freer Gallery before a screening of Eat Drink Man Woman.

On Wednesday evening, more than three thousand people (yes, three thousand!) came to the Freer for Noodles and a Movie in honor of the Chinese Lunar New Year. They were treated to food prepared by one of Taiwan’s top culinary artists, chef Hou Chun-sheng, winner of the 2011 Taipei Beef Noodle Soup Competition. After, many patrons enjoyed a screening of Eat Drink Man Woman, by Taiwan-born director Ang Lee. The film, about an elderly chef and his family, made for a noodlecentric evening that was enjoyed by all.

Were you there? Let us know what you thought!


5 Responses to “They Came, They Saw, They Slurped: Noodles and a Movie at the Freer”

  1. David Rehfuss Says:

    How’d you shoehorn 3000 bodies into the F|S? That seems incredible.

  2. Howard Kaplan Says:

    Take a picture and send it in!

  3. Howard Kaplan Says:

    We like this photo a lot, too!

  4. Howard Kaplan Says:

    @David Refhuss Luckily, not everybody showed up at the same time!

  5. Howard Kaplan Says:

    It was really good! Were you able to attend the Kimchi and a Film event last week?

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