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Food, Cuisine, Drink

Chinese cuisine originated in China and has become widespread in many other parts of the world - from Asia to the Americas, Australia, Western Europe and Southern Africa. In recent years, connoisseurs of Chinese cuisine have also sprouted in Eastern Europe and South Asia. American Chinese cuisine and Indian Chinese cuisine are prominent examples of Chinese cuisine that has been adapted to suit local palates.
  • Huaiyang Cuisine

    Huaiyang specialties are lightly flavored, whether they combine sweet-and-sour or sweet-and-salty tastes. Soy sauce and spices are mild and used sparingly, although the use of rich-flavored broth is extensive.

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  • Guangdong Cuisine

    Guangzhou food is a representative of Guangdong foods, including all the delicacies of Guangdong, Chaozhou, Dongjiang, and Hainan Island.

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  • Shandong Cuisine

    Shandong food consisits of Jinan and Fushan food. Jinan food makes good use of soup seasoning, frying in deep oil and steaming. Shandong roast chicken is guaranteed to make the diner believe.

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  • Imperial Chinese Cuisine

    The Chinese imperial dishes were not only meticulously prepared, but also included rare and expensive foodstuffs.

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  • Tan Cuisine

    Tan Cuisine originated in the household of Tan Zongjun, a bureaucrat of the late Qing dynasty (1644 - 1911).

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  • Suiyuan Cuisine

    Suiyuan Cuisine, the Confucian Cuisine and the Tan Cuisine have been reputed as the three imperial offical foods in feudal China.

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  • Chinese Tea

    Chinese tea is a beverage, Chinese tea is a pass time, Chinese tea is a culture. Whatever you think Chinese tea is, Chinese tea is a life time of enjoyment. If you are new to Chinese tea, this page contains interesting Chinese tea knowledge

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  • Chinese Hot Pot

    Hot pot (huoguo) or chafing dish is a traditional Chinese way of enjoying food. In winter, when chilly temperatures and frigid winds prevail over the land, Chinese people like to eat food that instantly warms their bodies and lifts their spirits.

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