Buddhi: So, Edwin, now that you're here, do you usually cook for yourself or you eat outside?
Edwin: I usually eat outside because I'm a very terrible cook. I could potentially burn salads.
Buddhi: So, back at home, how was it done? You guys cook at home. I mean your mom.
Edwin: My mom usually cooked. Because of my Chinese ethnicity, she usually cooks Chinese food, cause Australian food is pretty boring, so she cooks ... usually cooks Chinese food.
Buddhi: I remember back in my country, we also do a lot of Chinese food, and they did turn out to be quite spicy. Is it spicy as well? Or maybe, it's because in Sri Lanka, we use the spicy stuff. Or what would you say?
Edwin: Well, some Chinese food is spicy. It just depends on which part of China it comes from. My parents are from Hong Kong, and Hong Kong food usually is not spicy, so yeah, I don't really like spicy food ... too spicy food, so yeah, my mom usually cooks really just bland food.
Buddhi: So, you guys always just eat Chinese food, or do you eat Australian food as well.
Edwin: We rarely eat Australian food. My parents are pretty conservative when it comes to food, so yeah, they pretty much stick with Chinese food.