• By Yunus KempBEIJING, July 6 (Xinhuanet) -- Milk, sugar of cream? Grande, Vente? Those are words never uttered at a Chinese teahouse.At Starbucks, yes. Food and beverage chains all rely on add-ons to get the consumer hooked one way or the other.And of course, speed of delivery. Fast food, after all.Ethiopian colleague Zacharias reckons Starbucks sells
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  • A taste of Peking roast duck has been considered a must for any visitor to China's capital, on a par with visiting Tian'anmen Square and the Great Wall. With its history of 151 years, Quanjude is a respected place to experience the classic dish.The brand's Hepingmen restaurant, built in 1979, not only offers gourmets a chance to dig into the traditional foo
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  • China possesses many traditional holidays, of which Spring Festival is the most important and the most exciting. An extended celebration of the Lunar New Year that lasts for several weeks, Spring Festival encompasses the Laba Festival, Little New Year, Lunar New Year's Eve, Lunar New Year's Day, and the Lantern Festival. Every year, with
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  • As a country that pays great attention to courtesy, our cuisine culture is deep rooted in China's history. As a visitor or guest in either a Chinese home or restaurant you will find that table manners are essential and the distinctive courtesies displayed will invariably add to the enjoyment of your meals and keep you in high spirits!Respect FirstIt is rea
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  • Chinese medicinal cuisine is a long standing tradition. Early records show that it was in use as far back as the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220). Through continual improvement during succeeding dynasties, it has developed into a practical science of nutrition. This is not a simple combination of food and traditional medicine, but is it a distinctive cuisine made from food and
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