National Geographic : 1936 Feb
NOODLES OF MANY COLORS ARE SPECIALTIES OF THIS C The inquisitive crowd seems to have been drawn by the photographer rather than by the heaps of in the small bowls on the counter (see text, page 288). The cook, in his none-too-white apron, seems He and all the bystanders, mostly coolies, have on their warmest clothes, for Peiping's winter weather is rnotograpn oy w.KoDert Moore OPEN-AIRCAFE food. Noodles are dexterously made byhand and served a trifle annoyed atbeing interrupted during business hours. bitter cold.