Char Siu is a tradtional barbecue seasoning for pork in the Cantonese cuisine. It is characterized by a deep red colour and has a distinctive taste. Normally Char Siu pork is made with belly, loin or shoulder. The meat is marinated in a spice mixture and then roasted over fire. But here I to use the Char Siu seasoning with ribs which are prepared the classic low-and-slow way on the barbecue.
Based on what I learned from Fuchsia Dunlop's "Land of Plenty" here is a simple improvised stir fry that should be resonably authentic and could be part of a Szechuan family meal.