Articles tagged with: chinese food
Folk traditions and customs of the New Year meal vary across China: Northerners eat dumplings, Southerners eat rice dumpling, Nian-Gao; In Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, Guangdong and other places, people eat Tangyuan, either deep-fried or broiled. In one word, “Customs are different from area to area even if they are located only more than 50 kilometers away from one another.”
Here, I will show you some examples how Chinese people in different regions start their New Year with the first meal.
Welcome to the January 21, 2010 edition of china carnival.
We have four posts today. Zhu continues to tell us her Beijing stories and this time it is about the well known Tian’An Men. Devin presents one of his days traveling in China. Matt talked about the interesting habit of Chinese to ask other people’s income. In the end, “Watch me eat” shares some good Chinese food somewhere in NY state.
Welcome to the 8th (November 19, 2009) edition of china carnival. This is also the 100th post at ChinaBlog.cc. I’d like to thank everyone for supporting me along the way. We have four posts today: one about Chinese food, one interview with a Chinese chess prodigy, and two posts about philosophy and spirituality. Enjoy~
Last Christmas, my friends Mike and Nicole went for a honeymoon trip to Belize. In the poor remote countryside of this Central America nation, they cannot find any familiar fast food restaurant such as McDonald or KFC. However, they are able to find a few Chinese restaurants. They were so amazed by their existence. Just like a proverb has told: There are Chinese people where sun rises; there is Chinese restaurant where Chinese people live.