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Chinese food is delicious and extremely varied, but in the morning when you're looking for breakfast food to eat, there are just a handful of staple foods you can't miss out on. Here's our top five favorite breakfast foods to eat while hanging out or teaching English in China.
After moving to China, the best way to adapt to China life is by using the same apps that locals use. Of course, we all need to eat so the most important apps to first download in China (besides learning Chinese and map apps) should be related to food.Nothing is better than authentic and extremely diverse Chinese food, but sometimes you really crave food from home or some other type of Western food. Luckily, food delivery apps have a wide variety of whatever you might be craving. And there's nothing better than ordering your dinner while still at the office and having it arrive at your home the same time you do.China currently has three major food delivery apps that are completely in Chinese and two additional English apps that are primarily for non-Chinese speakers. AlthoughRead More
No matter where you were born, chances are good that you’ve had Chinese cuisine before. There are thousands of dishes that can be classified as Chinese food, but did you know Chinese food can actually be broken down into eight unique cuisines? Just like any country, food in China is different by region and province. In China, many cities even have their own special dishes! However, overall, Chinese food can be classified in the following eight categories: Lucai, Huicai, Xiangcai, Mincai, Sucai, Zhecai, Chuancai, and Yuecai. Lu Cuisine 鲁菜 LǔcàiLucai is the perfect food for a sodium junkie who loves seafood. You’ll typically find Lu Cuisine around Read More