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Chinese Eight Cuisines

Chinese food culture refers to a set of local cuisine techniques and flavors formed through a long historical evolution in a certain region due to the differences in climate, geography, history, products and eating customs, and recognized by all parts of the country....

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Chinese Table Manners

Table manners,as the name suggests, is the common sense of etiquette on the table when having a meal. According to the literature records, at least in the Zhou Dynasty, the diet etiquette had formed a set of quite perfect system to show the appearance of a great power, the state of etiquette and the civilization....

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Chinese Chopsticks

In ancient times, Chinese ancestors liked to steam or boil food. It is difficult for them to dip vegetables in the soup with a spoon, so they skillfully invented chopsticks to catch food, which has become the most useful tableware in China. Chopsticks play the most important role in Chinese food culture. ...

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Chinese Tea

Tea culture means the cultural characteristics formed in the process of tea drinking activities, including tea ceremony, tea virtues, tea spirit, tea union, tea books, tea sets, tea paintings, tea studies, tea stories, tea art and so on. China is the hometown of tea and the birthplace of tea culture....

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Top 10 Teas in China

Chinese tea has a long history and a wide variety of varieties, including traditional and historical famous teas. In 2002, Wen Hui Neswpaper of Hong Kong listed West Lake Longjing tea, Jiangsu Biluochun tea, Anhui Maofeng and other teas as top 10 famous teas in China....

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Drinks in China

During the long history of China, Chinese people have formed its own special drinking habits. Let’s check out what’s the favorite drinks in China and you can definitely try some of them when traveling in China....

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Famous Cuisines in China

With a vast territory and a long history, China is not only rich in natural landscapes and historical sites, but also rich in food culture. Chinese food can be divided into eight major cuisines, including sweet and sour flavors and spicy flavors. Here are 10 of the most popular Chinese cuisines at home and abroad:...

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Chinese Food Culture

Chinese began to cook staple foods and dishes about 5,000 to 6,000 years ago in the Neolithic period. When it comes to food, there is a saying in China, "Eating is always taken as the first priority." This means that food is the most basic need for people....

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