As delicious food enthusiasts, the Chinese are not only fond of food but also good at preparing it. China boasts countless varieties of food. Appetizing snacks are available throughout China, from north to south and from west to east.
For example, it is common to eat noodles, especially soup-noodles between regular meals or in the evening, and many types of street foods, which vary from region to region. Prawn crackers are an often-consumed snack in Southeast China and Vietnam.
In contrast to their popularity in the US, fortune cookies are almost completely absent from Chinese cuisine within China.
This book is presented with the original Chinese texts and English translations, as well as high-definition phones and images, making it an excellent way for learn Chinese food culture.
This book includes:
Rice and Other Foods
Rich Snacks with Local Characteristics