23:17 GMT14 August 2020
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    New Delhi (Sputnik): Following more than a month-long border face-off between India and China in Ladakh, the Asian neighbours have started up a war of words with each other on social networking platforms. Citizens of both countries often get mouthy over “who's better” at random skills like driving, shooting, and parking.

    Chinese YouTuber Jennifer Zeng took to Twitter on Monday to share the quick food chopping skills of Chinese soldiers, asking, "My dear #Indian friends, what do you say about this?"

    The video showed Chinese military chopping carrots and spring onions at rapid speeds. It also showed them quickly lighting up a fire to cook food on large utensils. Take a look.

    ​Commenting on Zeng’s video, Indians not only posted videos of their own countrymen working in the kitchen, but also added a fun spin to the situation saying, “We’re good at eating”.

    Indian style cooking brings along a variety of ingredients, spices and utensils that need precise managing in the kitchen. Professional Indian cooks also pull off lots of neat throwing and catching stunts, especially while making famous Indian breads like Naan and Rumali rotis.


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