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  • Xi’an Snacks
    Xi’an Snacks, You Got to Have a Taste Xi’an, capital of Shaanxi Province in North China, is legendary as “the northern capital of table delicacies” and its food culture is rich in the northwest flavor. Please do not miss Xi’an snacks when you are in Xi'an City. You would not know how delicious Xi'an featured snacks are unless you t... Read more>>
  • Jiaozi, Chinese Dumpling
    Chinese Dumpling, One of the Most Traditional Dishes in China Chinese dumpling, also called Jiaozi, typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is one of the most important and traditional dishes in China. In northern China, making dumplings is an important activity for most families on New ... Read more>>
  • Laba Rice Porridge
    Laba Rice Porridge Laba Rice Porridge Festival falls on the eighth day of the 12th lunar month, referring to offer sacrifice to ancestors and god and hope a good harvest in the coming year. ‘La’ in Chinese means the 12th lunar month and ‘Ba’ means eight. People cook and eat Laba Rice Porridge on that day which ha... Read more>>
  • Four Major Cuisines in China
    Four Major Cuisines in China Chinese Cuisine may be categorized as the "Eight Regional Cuisines in China", which are as follows:Lu(Shandong), Chuan(Sichuan), Hui (Anhui), Yue (Guangdong), Min (Fujian), Xiang (Hunan), Su (Jiangsu), Zhe (Zhejiang). These styles are distinctive from target="_blank" title="China">China and even i... Read more>>
  • Chengdu Snacks
    Chengdu Snacks, Memorable Delicacies Chengdu, capital of Sichuan Province in southwest China, has the fame of “leisure city”. As the saying goes, “once you have been there, you will be reluctant to leave.” It is an ideal place to fulfill your appetite for food. Chengdu snacks enjoyed a great reputation both at home and abroad wi... Read more>>
  • Crossing-the-Bridge Rice Noodles
    Crossing-the-Bridge Rice Noodle, the Most Famous Dish of Yunnan Cuisine Having originated in Mengzi County of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Crossing-the-Bridge Rice Noodle is the most famous dish in Yunnan Cuisine. Crossing-the-Bridge Rice Noodle boasts a history of more than 100 years. With continuous renovation by chefs, the dish has enjoyed growing fame both a... Read more>>
  • Chinese Alcohol
    Traditional Chinese Alcohol In the past, the Chinese character “jiu” has often been mistakenly translated as “white wine”. This lazy translation ignored the fact that China produced almost no wine. Actually, “jiu” refers to all alcoholic beverages. The two main varieties of traditional Chinese alcohol are yellow rice wi... Read more>>
  • Chinese Traditional Food
    Chinese Traditional Food for the Spring Festival Just like Christmas in West, the New Year in the lunar calendar, or the Spring Festival, is the most important festival to all the people who trace their roots back to China. The New Year season extends officially about two weeks, with many days preparing in advance. “Lucky” foods play a vital pa... Read more>>
  • Longjing Tea
    Longjing Tea, Imperial Tea in China Longjing Tea, a famous kind of green tea in China, grows in the West Lake scenery mountain areas covered with abundant trees. Longjing Tea is amongst the finest and most representative of green teas. It has been described as the “ideal” beverage for “quiet, contemplative times”. The name Long... Read more>>
  • Huaiyang Cuisine
    Huaiyang Cuisine, One of China's Four Major Styles of Cooking Huaiyang cuisine, also called Jiangsu cuisine, is one of China’s four major cooking styles that enjoy a great reputation at home and abroad. It originates from the dishes and cooking styles of Hua'an, Yangzhou, and Zhenjiang, cites surrounding the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. History a... Read more>>
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