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Eating on the Streets of China Episode 2: Rou Jia Mo Sorry Lord Sandwich, but rou jia mo, also known as the Chinese hamburger, is the oldest snack on record that puts meat between two bits of bread. Originating in Shaanxi Province, it has many variants, such as the mutton version popular in Xi'an's Muslim quarter. William Wang focuses on the Chinese specialties that you do or don't want to miss.
Bronze is Gold at Baoji Museum Just by merit of being old, things gain value. But frankly, not everyone bubbles with enthusiasm to examine fragments of pottery and arrowheads.
Douzhi is a traditional Beijing drink made from mung beans. Like blue cheese, douzhi has a reputation for being stinky. William Wang checks out an old store on Ox Street that is famous for its douzhi. But can he handle the smelly drink? Click on the vid to find out.
JUE Music and Arts Festival: Big in Beijing The JUE Music and Arts Festival has just completed it's seventh year. The festival focuses on an eclectic mix of art, music and community events in Beijing and Shanghai.
15 Artworks Stolen from Chinese Museum in France 15 pieces of art have been stolen from a Chinese museum south of Paris, including a cloisonn¨¦ vase from Emperor Qianlong's reign during China's Qing Dynasty. There was also a replica crown of the King of Siam given to France's emperor in the mid-19th century.
Chopsticks & Beyond: On Track in Tianjin Chopsticks & Beyond took to Tianjin last Friday, where the cooking show invited a number of food industry professionals to take part in the Tianjin Snack Attack contest.