62 Weston Street, SE1 020 7403 4600 www.champor-champor.com Open dinner Mon-Sat Primary colours burst from the walls of this lively little restaurant, reflecting the zesty flavours on the inventive menu. The essence is Malaysian, but with pan-Asian influences. Typical dishes include steamed tilapia with turmeric leaf, crab and coconut bisque, and masala lamb fillet with aubergine mousse.
Champor-Champor Malaysian London Photo Gallery
Bronfenbrenner’s major contribution has been to describe the nested systems that make up the child’s environment: the microsystem the pattern of daily activities and interactions the child has with symbols, objects, and people who are primarily parents and siblings in the early period of life and then other caregivers, teachers, coaches, and friends. the mesosystem the pattern of relationships and interactions between two or more settings that a child participates in the interrelationships between parents at home and teachers at school, or between parents at home and caregivers at day care. The exosystem system that influences the child but with which the child does not participate in parent’s work, government agencies; for example, parents work policies can determine parents time with children after birth and later their participation in children’s school activities. the macrosystem the broad, culturally shared beliefs about how things are done; the cultural context in which microsystems, mesosystems, and exosystems exist. In addition to processes, persons, and context, Bronfenbrenner’s system includes the concept of time, to refer to the importance of regularity and stability in interactions in the child’s life, and to the timing of an event in a child’s development.