Restaurants in China have Hilarious English Dish Translations

Restaurants in China have Hilarious English Dish Translations

The Chinese and English languages are so completely different that restaurants in China have great difficulty translating the Chinese terms for their dishes into English – Some examples are Sauce on My Grandma, The Hand that Grasps the Cowboy Bone, Fried Swarm, Smell of Urine Dry Noodles, and Gollum Shrimp. In Beijing, some wheelchair accessible […]

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Best of 2018 with Goldthread: Favorite Foods

Best of 2018 with Goldthread: Favorite Foods

Hey guys, it’s Dolly here with Goldthread. A lot has happened over the course of 2018. We launched our publication back in June, just half a year ago. Since then, we’ve published over 100 videos, taken more than a dozen reporting trips in greater China and beyond, and filmed almost 1,000 hours worth of footage. […]

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5 Street Food Dishes You Must Try in Chengdu

5 Street Food Dishes You Must Try in Chengdu

Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, is home to a vibrant street food culture. Located in southwestern China’s spice belt, you’ll find dishes that are hard to find anywhere else. The secret is the numbingly spicy kick that comes from chili and Sichuan peppercorn. Get ready because these dishes will set your mouth on fire. […]

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INSANE Chinese Street Food Tour Of Chengdu, China | CRAZY Chinese Street Foods in Sichuan, China!

INSANE Chinese Street Food Tour Of Chengdu, China | CRAZY Chinese Street Foods in Sichuan, China!

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How Louisiana Crayfish Became China’s National Dish

How Louisiana Crayfish Became China’s National Dish

You might know them as crayfish, crawfish, or crawdads. But whatever you call them, these little lobsters have become a sort of national dish in China. Chinese people consume 90% of all the world’s crayfish every year. They’re so big here that in July, more than 10,000 people got together in Henan Province to eat […]

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5 Street Food Dishes You Must Try in Tianjin

5 Street Food Dishes You Must Try in Tianjin

Tianjin is often called the street food capital of northern China, and it’s easy to see why. Located just an hour outside Beijing, this port city has a long history of trade. And with booming business came vendors and their street food. Tianjin is known for its carb-heavy comfort foods like pancakes and buns. They’re […]

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Shrimp and Broccoli in Garlic Sauce, one sauce for many dishes 蒜香西兰花炒虾,一调料多用

Shrimp and Broccoli in Garlic Sauce, one sauce for many dishes 蒜香西兰花炒虾,一调料多用

hi everyone today we’re gonna make very easy and delicious shrimp and broccoli the key to this dish is the sauce I’m gonna show you how to make it I call it garlic sauce if you are (vegetarian) you can use this sauce to make just broccoli or any other vegetables you like now let’s […]

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Muslim Chinese Street Food Tour in Islamic China | BEST Halal Food and Islam Food in China

Muslim Chinese Street Food Tour in Islamic China | BEST Halal Food and Islam Food in China

Alright so check it out It’s Trevor James I’m in Lanzhou, China The land of hand pulled noodles And we’re going for a full on Chinese street food experience I’m so pumped When you think of China You probably don’t think of Islam and halal food But that’s exactly what you’ll find here in the […]

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5 Street Food Dishes You Must Try in Beijing

5 Street Food Dishes You Must Try in Beijing

Beijing, the capital of China, has been around for more than 3,000 years, and its food is as rich as its history. Located in northeastern China, the region is arid, so the food is rich in wheat-based carbs and is heavy on the meat. Here, street food used to actually be sold on the street, […]

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