Chinese Food

Chinese Food

Dimsum, chopsui, shiomai, toufu, charsiu, dumplings¡­are today very popular in many foreign countries, however, they are only some little thing on the rich and dazzled menus of Chinese food.

 

A story has it that, a Chinese visitor once walked into a Chinese restaurant in New York. While seated, he doubted to his companion whether the food was of Chinese since he surprisingly found the eaters were mostly ¡°foreigners¡±. ¡° This is in the states, so YOU are the foreigner. But believe me, the Chinese food here is truly excellent¡± , answered a stranger sitting by next table.

 

Chinese food is one of the three main food in the world. It is developed from thousands of years¡¯ life experience and cooking experience of the people with diverse culture background. It focuses the taste of the food and aims at the health building. It features in the enjoyment of color, aroma, taste and appearance.

 

In China, a number of different styles of cuisine contribute to Chinese food, but perhaps the best known and most influential are Sichuan cuisine, Shandong cuisine, Jiangsu cuisine and Guangdong (Cantonese) cuisine. These styles are distinctive from one another due to factors such as available resources, climate, geography, history, cooking techniques and lifestyle.

 

So, come visit China to experience the authentic Chinese food.

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