10 Best Vegetarian Chinese Recipes You’d Love To Prepare At Home

If you are a Chinese food lover, you’d know how amazing delicacies are; and no we aren’t talking about the authentic Chinese food. Here, we are referring to the Indianised version of the Chinese cuisine. The addition of extravagant flavours in schezwan rice, noodles, vegetable and paneer make the Indo-Chinese delicacies special. Interestingly, no Chinese person would be able to identify these dishes as their own, most of which appear to be made from a mix of soya sauce, chili sauce, tomato ketchup and schezwan sauce. These dishes developed right here in our…

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Shocking! This Chinese chef is selling our desi ‘Bhatura’ as ‘Scallion Bubble Pancakes’

1. Bhatura or Scallion Bubble Pancakes? How will you feel if one day you visit a restaurant in some foreign land and find your humble Khichri being served as Spiced Rice and Lentil Porridge with Sauteed Veggies or your Rajma Chawla being presented as another exotic dish with a fancy name! The same happened when this moderately famous chef from US started selling bhaturas but called them Scallion Bubble Pancake. Many of us are feeling çheated’ as the chef Peter Chan is selling this dish as his own innovation, unlike…

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15 best Chinese recipes

1. Quick and easy Chinese recipes! The most popular foreign food in India is Chinese Cuisine. All those who have grown up in the 1990s have memories around Chowmein and Chilli Potatoes that were the hot favourite of every child and teenager growing then. In fact, noodles have fast replaced several traditional food as the favourite breakfast and dinner option. India has its own version of Chinese dishes which are spicy, tangy and full of flavours. No party is complete without Spring Rolls and Chilli Paneer as snacks and restaurant…

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Chinese PhD education ‘shifted from Soviet to US model’

Chinese doctoral education has shifted from a Soviet to a US model, according to a working paper that demonstrates the growth and improvement of PhD education in the country. The paper, “From the former Soviet patterns towards the US model? Changes in Chinese doctoral education”, finds that although there is still evidence of the impact of Soviet ideas, PhD study has become increasingly influenced by the US since the mid-1990s. Futao Huang, professor at the Research Institute for Higher Education at Hiroshima University and international co-investigator for the UCL Institute…

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MOCA’s Exhibit on Chinese Food Tackles Authenticity and Identity

What is authentic Chinese food? The question may seem simple at first glance, but for many Chinese Americans, authenticity can vary widely depending on who you ask. For me, Chinese food has always been a way to connect with the history and culture of my immigrant parents. But in my search for “real” Chinese food, I’ve discovered that my identity as an American has as much to do with my idea of authenticity as does my Chinese heritage. These issues of authenticity and cultural identity are at the heart of…

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Giant inflatable moon rolls through traffic in Chinese city

– Shocked commuters in China captured video of a giant inflatable moon rolling through traffic when it was carried away by powerful winds. The moon, one of several inflatable moons designed for revelers to take photos with amid cloudy weather during the Mid-Autumn Festival, came free of its perch Wednesday in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, and ended up rolling over cars on a busy road. The moon was carried by gusts from Super Typhoon Meranti, which had yet to make landfall in China Wednesday, but was sending powerful winds ahead of…

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