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1/2 / detachable chopsticks

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More than 90 percent of the world's infectious diseases can be transmitted through saliva, such as the new coronavirus that has recently ravaged the world.And people in poor areas often do not use cutlery or share one cutlery due to limited funds and supplies, which greatly increases the spread of infectious diseases.Chopsticks are the most time-saving, labor-saving and money-saving tableware, so I designed chopsticks that can be divided into two.Not only does it reduce the likelihood of infectious disease spreading in poor areas, it also reduces the waste of timber and funds.

University

Hohai University

Hohai University
changzhou, China

Jiawei Tang,
Hohai University