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How ancient Chinese cook?

2015-11-12 17:13:02

Ancient Chinese often steamed and boiled food. Sautéing remarkably began to appear in the Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern dynasties(220-589).

Chinese doctor behind a world cardiac summit in Beijing

2015-10-09 08:29:33

The famous Chinese cardiologist Zhang Shu, 56, was the main official at this year's World Congress of Arrhythmias, which was held in Beijing from Sept 17-19.

Yunnan Steam Pot Chicken

2015-10-13 15:42:09

Steam Pot Chicken first became popular in southern Yunnan Province during a visit to the region by Emperor Qianlong (1711-1799).

Braised Ham in Honey Sauce

2015-10-13 15:42:09

This enchanting delicacy made from world-renowned Jinhua Ham is a traditional dish in southeastern Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces.

Longjing Shrimp

2015-10-13 15:42:09

In China, Longjing tea, made with leaves freshly picked before Qingming, or Tomb Sweeping Day, when the shoots are most tender, is a luxury for tea lovers. Cooked with luminescent river shrimps, it is an essential ingredient of the fragrant Hangzhou signature dish Longjing Shrimp.

Sliced Boiled Chicken

2015-10-13 15:42:09

Grouped in the same niche as Beijing’s popular roast duck, sliced boiled chicken enjoys a good reputation on the Shanghai Bund.

Steamed Perch with Scallions and Black Beans

2015-10-10 15:42:09

Perch usually live in coastal waters but in early spring they venture into freshwater estuary areas to forage for food and lay eggs.

Fried Chinese Leek Dumplings

2015-10-10 15:42:09

The Chinese leek is the traditionally prized food during the second month of the lunar calendar, the time of early spring. Leeks sprout at this time of year, having been nourished by nutrients in the earth over the long winter, amid light rain.

Shaolin Temple shares harvest with tourists

2015-10-08 10:20:40

Monks boil corn to distribute to tourists at the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng, Henan province, Oct 7, 2015.

Sportsman finds magic in traditional medicine

2015-10-06 09:54:28

French sportsman Julien Vandelli didn't foresee that he would spend five years reading the abstruse ancient Chinese medical text Huangdi Neijing in a Chinese university.

TCM gaining recognition with Western institutes

2015-10-06 09:32:08

TCM has won more international recognition, but the ancient texts still need a modern interpretation to break into the mainstream Western market.

Taking the first steps for a marathon

2015-10-05 08:33:13

Running is simple. If you can walk, you can run. Running is inclusive. It is a sport for anyone, at any age and from any profession. It does not require a lot of monetary inputs. All you need is a pair of running shoes, and a willingness to find a little more meaning in your life to make it colorful.

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