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Dietary Customs of Primi People The main Primis diet is meat such as pork, mutton, beef and chicken. They eat pork more often which include fresh pork, fat pork and bacon. No matter fresh meat or pickled pork, the Primis like eat meat lump. At the... Jun. 22, 2018
Deang People Fond of Pickled Food Rice followed by corn, wheat and potato are the Deang staple foods. They steam or stew their food and are very fond of sour, pickled and hot food . Their snacks include tofu, rice noodles, rice cake and Tangyuan (a kind of stuffed dumplings made of glutinous rice... May. 15, 2018
Best bowl foods from around the world At its heart, the bowl food is all about comfort, whether it’s a refreshing serving of poke on the sun-drenched Hawaiian coast, a hangover-busting bowl of pho in Vietnam or a reviving Welsh stew t warm the cockles. Mar. 27, 2018
Lahu People Like Spicy Food The Lahus like spicy food. They have a saying that goes "cooking without chili is the same as cooking without oil". Rice and corn are the staple grains, and Lahu eat two meals daily, but they also eat smaller amounts of... Oct. 23, 2017
Shaoxing Shaoxing has rich cultural heritage and the delicate beauty of the Jiangnan water town. Represented by the Wupeng boat, black felt hat and dried pickled mustard, the custom of Shaoxing presents unique and attractive local characteristics. Shaoxing is the birthplace of many celebrities throughout history, including the great calligrapher Wang Xizhi, the great litterateur Luxun, the great leader of China Zhou Enlai and so on. It is a place that is well worth visiting. Sep. 06, 2017
Eating Habits of Yi People In most Yi areas, corn, buckwheat, and potatoes are the staple food. Meat includes beef, pork, mutton, chicken and so on. They like cooking meat in large joints, and meats of dog, horse, snake, and frog are forbidden... Aug. 24, 2017
Daily Cuisine of Ethnic Shui People Rice is their staple food and they like eating glutinous rice, supplemented with corn, barley, wheat and sweet potatoes. A kind of liquor made of rice goes to entertain guests or is offered to dead ancestors... Jul. 31, 2017
COMFORT FOOD IN THE HEART OF CHINA The historic ancient capital of Xian in the centre of China is where the first emperor of China rose to power. Tourists from all over the globe come here to see the Terra-cotta warriors - dug up from a massive tomb that is an active archeology site. It is Jan. 31, 2017
The Traditional Manchu Cuisine As is known to all, the ancestors of the Manchu were the Jurchen and Mohe. In the past, the Mohe enjoyed eating pork, practiced pig farming extensively. However, the Jurchen people began to respect dogs around the time of the Ming Dynasty and ... May. 23, 2016
Traditional Custom of Korean Minority People There are some aspects of Korean Minority differing from other minorities in dress, food, entertainment and culture. Particularly ... Apr. 12, 2016
Traditional Cuisines of Korean Ethnic Minority Korean Chinese cuisine is derived from traditional Chinese cuisine but has it been influenced by local ingredients in Korea. Due to ... Mar. 30, 2016
Eating Habits of the Zhuang Nationality In most areas the Zhuang nationality people are used to have three meals a day, while in some places the local Zhuang people have four meals a day that means they have one more snack between lunch and supper. Nov. 10, 2015
Dai Food As with most peoples in southern China, the Dai prefer rice as their staple grain. The Dai in the Dehong region prefer a rice sort that, when cooked, produces a looser-grained finished product. Aug. 11, 2015
The Food of Blangs The food of the Blangs features special ethnic characteristics. The main food of Blang people is rice. It is usually accompanied by corn, buckwheat, beans and peas, potatoes, and red rice. Jul. 31, 2015
Bai Food Bai Food is featured as cold and spicy. Cured ham or fish eaten with rice or flour are their favorite food. Most Bai women are masters of making pickles. Bai people like to have a special tea named Sandao Tea (also Three Course Tea). Jul. 16, 2015
Dong Food Dong people live on rice and are crazy about sour dishes, which account to half of their menu. Each household has five to six earthen jars. Breakfast and dinner involve a functional drink named Oil Tea. Jul. 07, 2015
Miao Food Miao people live on rice(especially glutinous rice), and are obsessed with sour and spicy flavor. They cannot survive three days without eating a sour dish. Their cuisine menu spans a wide spectrum of choices including chicken, pork, beef and so on. Jul. 01, 2015
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