How to hold chopsticks beautifully

One of the criteria for judging whether a person can be trusted in a relationship is the way he/she holds chopsticks when eating. If a person holds chopsticks correctly and even beautifully, he/she has received proper education so far from his/her parents and is likely to be trustworthy.

How to hold chopsticks for easy way and beautiful eating
Hold about two-thirds of the way from the chopstick tip.
The upper chopstick is held like a pencil, while the lower chopstick is held in place between the middle and ring fingers.
When picking up an object, move the top chopstick with the middle finger, index finger and thumb, and do not move the bottom chopstick.
By opening and squeezing the chopstick tips, you can pick up any size of the object, whether it is tiny or big.

According to Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, “Holding chopsticks correctly is linked to eating comfortably with family members and others around you”.

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