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Report of moldy food in Chengdu school sparks investigation and protests

A private school in Chengdu has become the scene of a massive food fight after parents discovered that food…

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The ways that Chinese noodles are made will blow your mind!

Chinese people have been eating noodles for many years! The earliest written record is from a book…

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Forget Seamless: The best Chinese food in NYC is on Yunbanbao

How the Chinese in New York get their lunch delivered.   Every…

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The simple process of making traditional pastries for Chinese New Year!

No family in China can have the last meal of the year, nian ye fan

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How to show off your knife skills by cutting fruit!

Chinese New Year begins next week, so people are starting to prepare food for the holiday —…

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Flavor is more than skin deep: The many ways in which Chinese eat offal

China and the United States are among the world’s biggest meat consumers, but there’s a big difference in what…

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‘Food God’ blasted for trashing Chinese hotpot

Hong Kong-based food critic Chua Lam (蔡澜 Cài Lán) has stirred up a ruckus on the Chinese internet after…

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Five jaw-dropping street foods China keeps for itself

These unsung heroes of Chinese street cooking have yet to displace potstickers or spring rolls on…

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The new role of Chinese food in the U.S.

Zhao Yong, CEO and co-founder of Junzi Kitchen, was pursuing his Ph.D. in environmental science at Yale University when…

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Beijing Ren: The Bakeries of Sanlitun

Beijing Ren is a video series documenting local contemporary Beijing life and culture.  

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Beijing Ren: The Russian District

Beijing Ren is a video series documenting local contemporary Beijing life and culture.  

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Beijing Ren: The Old Beijing charms and traditions of Huguosi

Beijing Ren is a video series documenting local contemporary Beijing life and culture.  

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Kuora: Chinese food in America doesn’t have to be an abomination

This week’s column comes from two of Kaiser’s answers, originally posted to Quora on August 3, 2018.

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Kuora: The fascinating appeal of Mexican food in China

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on February 22, 2018: Do Chinese people…

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The Chili King of Hunan

Chairman Mao’s home province is known for its spicy cuisine and a crazy chili-eating contest.

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