Chengdu-China's one of the top 10 foodie cities
Chengdu is no doubt the most popular place for gourmet aficionados. It is the birthplace of Sichuan cuisine, one of China's four major styles of cooking. In 2010, Chengdu was designated the "Capital of the World's Gourmet Food" by UNESCO, the first city in Asia to receive the honor. It is best represented by its hot pot cooking, spicy bean curd and Kung Pao chicken.
Jun 26, 2014
Why Hip Chengdu Has Become the San Francisco of China
Chengdu: The "San Francisco of China" Often called the gateway to the country’s wild west, Chengdu is something like the San Francisco of China, a comparatively lush and relaxed city of 14 million that prides itself on its cuisine (super-spicy) and its proximity to nature (pandas are a big deal here).
Jul 01, 2014
List of the Most Famous Chinese Dishes
There are many styles of cooking in China and eight major cuisines have developed in the country, with each of these regional cuisines having distinct styles and flavors. Read and find the eight most popular cuisines and the most famous dishes.
Nov 28, 2017
Chengdu Eyes Becoming World-leading Tourism Destination
Thanks to its famous hot-pot cuisine, historical relics and proximity to giant pandas, southwest China's Chengdu is becoming increasingly well-known as a destination among savvy tourists around the world.
Aug 30, 2018
Chengdu Food Wins Foreigners’ Favor
The 14th Food & Tour Festival of Chengdu and the 7th Slow Food International Congress wrapped up in the city October 8.