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  • West Lake Sour Fish - a famous dish of Zhejiang cuisine
    West Lake Sour Fish - a famous dish of Zhejiang cuisine West Lake Sour Fish was named after the most beautiful and well-known lake in China, West Lake. But what makes the dish famous is not its name, but the delicious taste. It will store up in your mind once you have eaten it. Since the fish is so delicious, then will it so difficult to cook­ Don’t ... Read more>>
  • Tang Yuan
    Tang yuan, Traditional Delicacy for Lantern Festival Tang yuan, is a traditional Chinese snack always eaten> Although tang yuan is considered the special snack of the Lantern Festival, it actually came into existence around a thousand years after the festival itself. Records show that it first appeared in the Southern Song Dynasty and originated in N... Read more>>
  • Peking duck
    China's duck face-off: Beijing vs. Nanjing Everyone comes to China, especially Beijing, Peking duck must be one of the meals to be eaten in a restaurant. And Nanjing, the provincial capital of Jiangsu, is also well-known for its tasty duck offerings in China. But which one is the most delicious­ We’ve put the two cities’ ducks in a beak... Read more>>
  • What Chinese love to eat in autumn
    What Chinese love to eat in autumn 1. Pumpkins Autumn is a harvest season for pumpkins which are rich in beta-carotene. Known for its immune-boosting powers, beta-carotene is essential for eye health and has also been linked to preventing coronary heart disease. Still, the real treasure is in the seeds. One ounce (about 140 seeds) i... Read more>>
  • Top 5 foods you must eat in China, Eating in China, Top Chinese Foods
    Top 5 foods you must eat in China To the Chinese people, food is life. Dinning is the cherished high point of the daily social calendar and often the one occasion to stop work and fully relax. Here are 5 foods you must try while you are traveling in China. Noodles Noodles are an essential ingredient and staple in Chinese cuisin... Read more>>
  • Four most famous dishes in Hainan Cuisine, Hainan food
    Four most famous dishes in Hainan Cuisine, Hainan food There is a huge variety of seafood dishes available in Hainan. And fresh fruits and vegetables are growing under blue sky and in red soil mostly free from industrial contamination. But don’t forget to try the four most famous dishes if you travel to Hainan. Wenchang Chicken The Wenchang Chicke... Read more>>
  • Dim sum etiquette
    Dim sum, eat like locals When you travel to Canton or Hong Kong, don’t miss a chance to taste authentic Dim Sum in a local restaurant. There's nothing too difficult about ordering and dining, here are a few tips to clear up any confusion. One aspect unique to dim sum is its method of serving. Here, dishes are pushed aro... Read more>>
  • Hong Kong Dim Sum
    Dim Sum, a morning tea in Hong Kong Dim sum refers to a style of Cantonese food prepared as small portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. A dim sum restaurant session was about tea appreciation once upon a time. Eating dim sum at a restaurant is usually known in Cantonese as going to "drink tea", as tea i... Read more>>
  • beijing Zhajiangmian
    Noodle, an essential staple in Chinese cuisine Noodles are an essential ingredient and staple in Chinese cuisine. From Sichuan Dandan Noodle to Lamian (hand-pulled noodles), and Chow Mein, there is a great variety of Chinese noodles. They vary according to their region of production, ingredients, shape or width, and manner of preparation. Chi... Read more>>
  • Chinese Alcohol
    Chinese Alcohol Do you want to take a Chinese Party­ Then knowledge about Chinese alcohol is surely an essential part of before go preparation. Bai Jiu: White Devil There are many jokes about how to know you’ve been in China too long, and perhaps the most relevant one would be: “You know you’ve been in Chin... Read more>>
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