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What to do on each day of Chinese New Year

What to do on each day of Chinese New Year

According to traditional customs, there are specific foods, rituals and visits to do on each day of the Chinese New Year.

Chinese Porridge Recipe for Cold Winter Days

Chinese Porridge Recipe for Cold Winter Days

Laba Porridge (臘八粥; là bā zhōu), a mainstay of the Laba Festival, is a traditional Chinese dish that contains at least eight kinds of beans, seeds and nuts.

20 Detoxifying Foods

20 Detoxifying Foods

In China, foods have historically been considered to have medicinal qualities.

Do you still want to eat instant noodles? Watch this first.

Do you still want to eat instant noodles? Watch this first.

Do you still want to eat instant noodles? Watch this first.

Tea Art Improves One’s Character

Tea Art Improves One’s Character

Ancient Chinese ceremony changes people’s lives – With enrolments in etiquette schools booming around the world, an alternative method for teaching etiquette…

Chinese New Year’s Eve

Chinese New Year’s Eve

Chinese New Year’s Eve is the last day of the lunar calendar when the Chinese get ready to welcome the first day of the new lunar year. Following is a brief history of how the Chinese prepare for the coming year.

Stir Fry Chicken Wings with Oyster Sauce

Stir Fry Chicken Wings with Oyster Sauce

This is an easy to make traditional Southern Chinese dish, worth a try!

An Herbal Treatment for Backache

An Herbal Treatment for Backache

Eucommia bark (Du Zhong) is used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat back and leg pain. It is also one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in Chinese herbology.

Stewed Beef Brisket with Radish

Stewed Beef Brisket with Radish

Stewed beef brisket with radish is a famous traditional dish in southern China. It is a good winter recipe because the beef and star anise in it contain are warming and helps keep you comfortable in the winter season.

Seasonal Yunnan Mushroom Hotpot

Seasonal Yunnan Mushroom Hotpot

Every year, from June to September, it is mushroom season in Yunnan province. This is when the fresh wild fungi finds an eager following all over the country but especially in the hotpot restaurants in the provincial capital Kunming.

2012 Mid-Autumn Festival Gift!

2012 Mid-Autumn Festival Gift!

Win Michelin Star Restaurant Gift Certificates in San Francisco Bay Area- a $50 value!

Nutritious Basil 營養的九層塔

Nutritious Basil 營養的九層塔

Basil is a well-known ingredient in pesto, tomato sauces and complements several vegetables. Besides enhancing recipes, there are also some natural users.

Taste of Asia At Home Vegetable Slicing & Chopping Techniques

Taste of Asia At Home Vegetable Slicing & Chopping Techniques

Taste of Asia At Home Vegetable Slicing & Chopping Techniques

The Wonderful Chinese Wok

The Wonderful Chinese Wok

As the popularity of Chinese cooking continues to grow, cooks around the world are becoming more familiar with traditional Chinese cooking utensils….

Beijing Beef Recipe like Panda Express – Chinese Food

Beijing Beef Recipe like Panda Express – Chinese Food

Beijing Beef Recipe like Panda Express Copycat Recipe- Chinese Food

Fried Baozi / Fried Pork Buns /水煎包 / 包子

Fried Baozi / Fried Pork Buns /水煎包 / 包子

Baozi is a traditional Chinese food, it is very popular in China. Fried baozi is crunchy on the bottom and soft on the top.

Chef Robin Luo Talks About His Award Winning Cooking

Chef Robin Luo Talks About His Award Winning Cooking

NTDTV winning Chef Robin Luo talks about his cooking!

Chinese Hawthorn Tea

Chinese Hawthorn Tea

The medicinal efficacy of the herb, Chinese hawthorn, was first recorded in 659 AD, in the book Tang Ben Cao—the worlds’ first official pharmacopoeia.

How to make Tofu at Home!!

How to make Tofu at Home!!

Tofu, also called bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. It is a component in many East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines.

Taro Sago Dessert

Taro Sago Dessert

What better way to compliment a big summer meal than to serve up the Chinese-style dessert, Taro Sago! Unlike many overly rich and sweet Western-style desserts, Taro Sago is both mild and tasty.

The Ancient Theory Behind Chinese Food

The Ancient Theory Behind Chinese Food

Chinese cooking is one of the most varied and sophisticated in the world, due in part to the size of the country, the culture, its ancient history and its huge population.

Learn how to make Chinese Rice Wine

Learn how to make Chinese Rice Wine

Learn how to make Chinese Rice Wine

Tofu Fish Soup with Tomato

Tofu Fish Soup with Tomato

Tomatoes are the ideal partner in fish soups. There is virtually no fat in the soup and the broth is rich in flavor and nutrients.

Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork, the ubiquitous and arguably the most well-known Chinese recipe worldwide, is a classic Cantonese dish.

How To Make ToFu

How To Make ToFu

The earliest people to write about tofu were writers from the Sung Dynasty in China, about 900 AD.



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