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Hong Kong studio creates natural colors from kitchen waste

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A view of Dyelicious, a studio that uses leftover food and plants to make natural dyes in Hong Kong. The studio has made dyes in about eight primary colors, which can be further mixed to create dozens of hues. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

Eric Cheung, founder of Dyelicious, shows how natural dyes are made from materials such as leftover food and plants in Hong Kong. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

Eric Cheung, founder of Dyelicious, shows how natural dyes are made from materials such as leftover food and plants in Hong Kong. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

Eric Cheung, founder of Dyelicious, compares the colors made from materials such as leftover food and plants in Hong Kong. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

Fabrics dyed with colors at the Dyelicious studio, in Hong Kong. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

Eric Cheung, founder of Dyelicious, shows his favourite colors, in Hong Kong. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

A view of Dyelicious, a studio that uses leftover food and plants to make natural dyes in Hong Kong. The studio has made dyes in about eight primary colors, which can be further mixed to create dozens of hues. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

Eric Cheung, founder of Dyelicious, shows a cheongsam dyed with natural ingredients, in Hong Kong. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Wei)

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