Their knowledge about poon-choi is restricted to their recent exposure to the food as a menu item in a commercial outlet. To them, poon-choi is first and foremost a food item while they are aware of the role it played in the Hong Kong identity project leading up to 1997, they do not identify closely with it as a symbol of their heritage or Hong Kong identity.
- unicellularLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Poon Choi (Hakka: Phn-tshoi), also known as pun choi or Big Bowl Feast, is a traditional type of food originated from Hakka cuisine. It may also be found in different parts of Hong Kong. It is served in wooden, porcelain or metalbasin.see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poon_choiSource(s): my brain+internet+dictionary