Photographing the Longji Rice Terraces

Photographing the Longji Rice Terraces

Alright so this is the entry gate to get into the little villages. We’re gonna go visit some locals who live in this village. In the olden days farmers used to farm these terraces to make rice to make their living and around 15-20 years ago tourism started booming this area and people wanted to […]

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La MUERTE y el “MÁS ALLÁ” en CHINA

La MUERTE y el “MÁS ALLÁ” en CHINA

Hello everybody, friends. What you see here is a traditional Chinese tomb and today we are going to talk about precisely that, about how the Chinese understand death, the beyond, and also the here because, as we shall see later, in this case the border between both it is not as clear as in countries […]

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Salmon head Tofu soup, 三文魚頭豆腐湯

Salmon head Tofu soup, 三文魚頭豆腐湯

Today I teach salmon head tofu soup around 325 grams, half of the fish head around 200 grams, 2 pieces of fish belly remove the scales, wash well dry up with a kitchen paper, I did it already 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp shaoxing wine, rub the fish head and the bellies after rubbing well, […]

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Food Forward: Chinese Wine

Food Forward: Chinese Wine

When I drink wines I try to know about them Sometimes there’s a glass of wine that gives you goosebumps. It’s so exciting The altitude is 1200 meters here The temperature difference between day and night is huge. The sunlight is very strong during the day time It is very cool and comfortable at night […]

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Triad King of Shanghai – Du Yuesheng | China History

Triad King of Shanghai – Du Yuesheng | China History

In the last video we explored the originators of the Triads, the tiandihui. Today, we are taking a step back into the early 20th Century to look at the man who became the definition of what a modern Triad leaders strive to be. Introducing the Chinese Al Capone of Shanghai, Du YueSheng! Before Du YueSheng’s […]

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Probando DULCES TRADICIONALES de CHINA

Probando DULCES TRADICIONALES de CHINA

Hello everyone, friends!!! Today we are going to taste some typical sweets from China, and from Shaoxing, the city in which we live, which also has some famous specialties. That’s! This time I think our blood sugar level will go up, but not as much as you would think, because in China many traditional sweets […]

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How Pandas Are Cute Friends and Diplomatic Agents

How Pandas Are Cute Friends and Diplomatic Agents

Super cute and playful, but nearly impossible to breed. The giant panda has come to symbolize China and its culture, but this bear is more than just a national treasure, it’s a strategic tool of diplomacy. We’re here at the panda research center of Chengdu and China’s pretty much the only place in the world […]

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Dragon Boat Festival Origins: Qu Yuan | Wookong

Dragon Boat Festival Origins: Qu Yuan | Wookong

It’s that time of year again! The Lunar Calendar’s fifth day of the fifth month! Yup, its dragon boat festival time! Eating Zongzi, drinking pesticide and best of all, taking a four day weekend! Most people Eastern and Western kind of know the basics of the story, a dude died, people make rice cakes and […]

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Sleeping With the Emperor’s Mother | Chinese History

Sleeping With the Emperor’s Mother | Chinese History

There have been a lot of massive d..ks throughout history but most are just called that figuratively for their crimes against humanity very few people are remembered for solely having a giant set of genitalia. Today’s story is one of lust, betrayal, MILFs and how one man’s pocket rocket attempted to take down a kingdom. […]

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