Paper Sticks

Re-paper Chopstick is a relevant design to those who use disposable chopsticks on a daily basis. This D-I-Y pack of paper sticks is easy to assemble and use. If manufactured with paper quality (designer suggests renewable paper) that is good enough to sustain dunking into gravy and soups, I think we may have a winner in our hands! Just be careful not to chomp off the stick!

Re-paper Chopstick is a red dot design concept entry.

Designer: Ran Hee Chung

17 Comments

  • sikişme says:

    Interesting invention, need to try.

  • nicolulu says:

    Good idea, but paper don’t like noodle soop.

  • anon says:

    Interesting concept I guess, but not necessary. Disposable chopsticks are mostly made of bamboo today. Bamboo is an incredibly green resource. It grows faster than any other plant on earth, and it produces more oxygen than trees. It would be worse for the environment to recycle paper into chopsticks than to continue using bamboo.

  • porno says:

    Good idea, but paper don’t like noodle soop.

  • Grey says:

    Anon says it best – It would be worse for the environment to recycle paper into chopsticks than to continue using bamboo.

    And also – Good idea, but paper don’t like noodle soop.

  • Ran says:

    This chopstick made by using the specific recycled paper. I actually tested its duability by eating noodle soop and others.
    Thank you for your comments.

  • Hiromi says:

    Can I buy this chopsthick somewhere?

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