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Chinese Food

Jiǎozi (餃子)
Jiǎozi (餃子) is dumplings consist of minced pork or another fillings like ground goat meat, diced shrimp, beef and chives or chopped vegetables wrapped in a thin dough skin. Dumplings are a traditional dish eaten on Chinese New Year’s Eve, but also a daily food in North China.
Hunan chicken
Hunan chicken is a stir-fried dish from the Hunan province of China. It consists of thinly sliced chicken breast with mixed vegetables like broccoli, carrots, peppers and mushrooms in a savory and spicy chili soy based sauce. The dish has now many varietis outside Hunan China.
Tung Po Pork
Dong Po Pork  (Dong Po  Rou東坡肉) is a traditional dish of braised pork belly of Hangzhou (杭州) and Zhejiang provinces. According to the legend, this dish is created by Su Dong Po, a Song Dynasty well known writer.
Kung Pao Chicken
Kung Pao Chicken (宮保雞丁) is a spicy, stir-fried Chinese dish made with cubes of chicken, peanuts, Welsh onion and chili peppers. While the dish originated in Sichuan province, its fame brought it to other provinces as well, each with their own regional variation.