Multi-ethnic Xinjiang boasts a rich and unique food culture.
Guangzhou cuisine, a branch of Guangdong cuisine, is fresh, a bit sweet and tries to retain high nutrition.
Pozi Street, a traditional food street, shows the taste of Changsha.
Nanjing cuisine, also known as Jinling cuisine, originates from the ancient Qin Dynasty. Its delicate taste and exquisite cooking methods have attracted people in this nation obsessed with food for thousands of years.
Xiamen cuisine is fresh, a bit spicy, and tries to retain the original flavor of its ingredients.
Rice like you’ve never seen it before.
In China, where sticky rice has been grown for more than 2000 years, there are hundreds of ways to make the staple food. Here are just ten dishes we recommend.
Hangzhou food, also called Hangbang Cai in Chinese, is the most famous branch of Zhejiang cuisine.
Tainjin is just a half-hour train ride from Beijing, but its food shouldn’t be confused with that of its capital neighbor. Of course, you can’t miss the famous seafood in this coastal city, but that’s only the start of the local cuisine.
Rice noodles are one of the favorite foods for people from south China.