'Meet the Kiwi chippie. Serving Britain’s national dish in Hong Kong’. It's the story of fry guy Matt who’d never cut fish yet cut through red tape in a bid to serve ‘decent fish and chips’ in Hong Kong. Fish and chips weren’t rationed during the Second World War in the UK. And, once again, they're crisis food. Matt’s chippie stayed open throughout the Hong Kong protests and now during the pandemic, feeding Hong Kongers relying on take away. He sure can handle strife - not least from Brits who, learning this chippie is Kiwi, defend their national dish.