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Street Food: China Fast Food

0 Street Food:  China Fast FoodThis street vendor sells a popular street food snack called Jian Bing. This is a popular snack in northern parts of China. I was surprised this popular snack was being sold in southern China, in the city of Guangzhou. When I had the videocam on her, people were equally as interested in my video activity as they were in ordering a Jian Bing.

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Discovering China – Chinese Food and Chinese Dance #1

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First episode of new weekly show “Rediscovering China.” The show focuses on traditional CHinese culture.

This week’s episode features a look back at NTD’s 2011 Chinese Culinary Competition on Times Square in New York, an interview with Robin Luo—winner of the culinary competition—in the studio and interviews with Shen Yun dancers about classical Chinese dance.

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13 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 27, 2012 at 4:36 pm

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Exploding Watermelons, Latest Food Scandal in China

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Chinese consumers have been hit by yet another food safety scandal. This time, it’s exploding watermelons. Farmers in eastern Jiangsu province say they used a chemical to make the watermelons grow faster, so they could make more money. Now they have to deal with huge losses because their crops have been ruined.

A farmer, Liu Mingsuo was hoping to cash in on his watermelon farm this year. But now he’s counting his losses after his watermelon crops began exploding on the ground.

Liu only started growing watermelons this year. He says a local agricultural expert advised him to spray his crops with a type of chemical. It’s supposed to make the melons grow bigger and taste sweeter. But in a bizarre twist, the watermelons began bursting open, well before they were ripe. In just one morning, Liu had to throw out more than 11,000 pounds of his crops.

Farmers nearby are also finding their watermelons exploding. Even those with crops that seem fine are having difficulty selling them, because fruit markets fear they could explode later.

This is the latest case of Chinese food producers trying to make a quick buck by artificially boosting their products. Some netizens say they’re glad the watermelons exploded on the farms because now the chemicals won’t reach their mouths.

The Chinese regime has allowed wider media coverage of food scandals recently. It comes after growing public anger over a series of toxic or dangerous foods that have made their way to consumers.

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Fast Chinese Food Cooking: Frying Fish in Kaiping, China (Hoiping)

0 Fast Chinese Food Cooking:  Frying Fish in Kaiping, China (Hoiping)I tasted some very tasty fish in Hoiping (Kaiping), China. Sometimes food should be simply cooked. This is definitely one of them.

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A Modern Chinese Restaurant in China

0 A Modern Chinese Restaurant in ChinaThis restaurant has an extensive menu, serving regional Chinese cuisine, as well as Western style dishes. Their menu ranges from steaks, sandwiches and pizza to stir fry noodles, clay pot rice dishes and other specialties. Some of the local dishes not normally served in North American Chinese restaurants include stir fry frog legs and peanuts, eel clay pot and Chinese medicine soup with crude drugs.

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Street Food China

0 Street Food ChinaStreet Food China :

I took this video during my trip to china in 2007.
This lady came very day just out side my Hostel.

The crepe was very good and I didn’t get sick.

If your looking for a place to stay in Shanghai, very clean and nice peopleI would recommend.:

Le tour Shanghai :

http://www.letourshanghai.com/

Pssst :

Please be nice when leaving a comment !

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25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - October 3, 2011 at 10:39 pm

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Sichuan Spicy Cold Noodles/四川麻辣涼面/Chinese Food, Cooking and Recipes

0 Sichuan Spicy Cold Noodles/四川麻辣涼面/Chinese Food, Cooking and RecipesRecipe found at: http://www.cookwithkelly.com/2011/02/sichuan-spicy-cold-noodles.html

Music by: Dimitri From Paris

Authentic Chinese Food, Cooking and Recipes

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PRANKSTERZ Prank call to local Chinese restaurant! VERY FUNNY!

0 PRANKSTERZ Prank call to local Chinese restaurant! VERY FUNNY!PRANKSTERZ Prank call to local Chinese restaurant! VERY FUNNY!

Australian chinese restaurant prank call

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The World’s Largest Restaurant – Thailand

0 The Worlds Largest Restaurant   ThailandNovember 2009
Ever wanted to be served by flying waiters or book that intimate dinner party for 5000 people? Welcome to the crazy daily running of Bangkoks The Royal Dragon, the worlds largest restaurant. With 80 cooks and 35,000sq m of floor space, the dining experience goes into overdrive with waiters on skates, swans and different spectacles every night.

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25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 2, 2011 at 7:28 pm

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