This is Yong Tau Foo, a Hakka Chinese dish. Singapore’s Yong Tau Foo stalls usually let the customers choose what kind of items and soup that they want. Available items include, but not limited to, tofu, egg, prawn, sausage, fishcake, cucumber, cabbage, eggplant and carrot. Commonly found types of soup include…well, regular soup, pork rib soup, and tom yam soup (at least those are what I find in Canteen B NTU). People usually eat it with either rice or noodle.
Now, I’m wondering whether we can have similar paradigm in doing research. We pick several distinct theories and combine them to solve our problem. I have ever seen evolution theory-based motion planning, spectral-based formation keeping and particle system-based crowd simulation, so maybe we can take this approach to a more extreme level and have, as I suggested to a friend of mine, a Marxist electrical power distribution.