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All the Ways to Enjoy a Taste of Autumn With Lotus Root

Autumn in China is the season for lotus roots, and people all over the country enjoy them in different ways

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Bean Curd Without Beans

An imperial dessert helps foodies beat the summer heat

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Caught Red-Handed: The Taste of Yangmei in Summer

How an ancient fruit has had mouths watering for millennia, and even inspired soldiers in war

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How to Breakfast Like a Zhejiang Local

Breakfast in southeastern Zhejiang province is heaven for seafood lovers

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Bitter Sweets: Have Chinese Consumers Lost Their Taste for Sugar?

Sugar consumption has boomed in China in recent decades, but health-conscious youngsters and sugar-free products are hoping to reverse the trend

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The Taste of Summer: Learn to Make Delicious Watermelon Soup

An unlikley but refreshing marriage of watermelon and clams in Hainan’s must-try soup

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How “Sour Stuff” Helps Guangxi Locals Beat the Summer Heat

Guangxi’s pickled “sour stuff (酸野)” is the perfect summer snack that comes in almost any flavor

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Discover China’s Many Forms of Barbecue

From fresh oysters in Guangdong to lamb skewers in Xinjiang, China’s barbecues come in countless sumptuous varieties

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Spring in Yunnan Means Rice in Every Color

The Dai people of Yunnan enjoy rice in every color as part of their peacock feast

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