Different cultures have different eating habits. Learn not to make the same mistake as Rachel!
Pick up some words and expressions for taking your Chinese friend out for a meal.
What's your preference, cooking or cleaning up? Chinese food or Western food? Learn how to make these choices!
Time to do the dishes – and learn what to call them in Chinese!
For many people the art of cooking comes naturally, but no one is born with the skill. And for many, no matter how long they try, they just can't get the touch.
To celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival, people eat moon cakes. How do you say it in Chinese?
There are many types of moon cakes. Learn how to talk about them in Chinese and how to make them, too.
Qi Yue Er is from Pujiang but is currently working in Hangzhou. She regularly makes the traditional Pujiang snack, Mi Shai Pa.
Qi Yue Er explains why making Mi Shai Pa holds such special meaning for her.
Ye Ru from Inner Mongolia will attempt to make lamb stew for the first time, the very dish her mom used to make.
Ye Ru from Inner Mongolia shows you how to make lamb stew from her hometown.
Xu Qing from Anhui recently changed jobs in order to spend holidays with his mother.
Here you'll find the recipe and instructions for making stewed chicken.
Chinese New Year is almost here. It's time for family and great food.
Zhu Haoran from Hubei speaks about the preparation of traditional food from his hometown.
Zhu Haoran shows you how to make traditional Hubei stew.
Hubei stew is perfect for winters- and homesickness.
For Zhu Luwei, glutinous rice balls in fermented rice wine are one of his fondest memories of his days in his hometown, Ningbo.
Each New Year, Zhu Luwei visits his family, giving them the taste of an authentic Ningbonese Chinese New Year.
Hu Jianming from Ninghai, Ningbo introduces a hometown dish: pork belly stew with dried pufferfish.
The lesson on to make pork belly stew with dried pufferfish continues.
Hu Jianming from Ningbo believes food from one's hometown is like a memory of his or her childhood.
Have you ever thought about spending all those years to get a PhD only to become a farmer?
The concept of farming in China is quite different than farming in America.