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Congee for breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea

Congee is not only one of China’s most popular breakfast dishes but also a regular accompaniment to other side orders eaten throughout the day.
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Worship in the temple of a healthy diner

Nowadays, a healthy life is becoming more important than ever, so a light meal has been a trend among the whitecollared workers and youth.
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Restaurants bring back the lost flavors from home

It is no exaggeration to say that Chinese people live on their taste buds. Where ever they go, they bring their home taste with them.
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Now made in China: caviar and premium steak

Western foods like caviar and premium steaks are being produced in China and they symbolize quality and sustainability.
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New mushroom innovation creates millions of jobs

Modern technology enables edible and medicinal fungi to grow out of chopped grass or herbal plants. The herbaceous plants are called juncao.

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State banquets' wizard chef

Huang Xin, a celebrated chef at the Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel in Shanghai, has cooked at more than 100 state banquets and receptions in the city.
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Chablis, a wine that speaks for itself

There’s something uniquely old-school and deliciously formal about Chablis wines. 
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The best places to buy shengjian around Shanghai

Shengjian, a pan-fried dumpling, is a Shanghainese snack to the core. It’s a must-eat for most tourists traveling to Shanghai and a quintessential part of the city’s culture.
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Bullfrogs, pork soup, abalone challenging tradition

In Shanghai, locals always choose the classic, time-honored brands such as Guangming Village, where the longest lines are for the pan-fried pork mooncakes.
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A vino for both sweet and savory mooncakes

 Customarily enjoyed with Chinese tea, mooncakes are even more delectable when paired with the proper wines.