舌尖上的中国 A Bite of China

舌尖上的中国 A Bite of China

Postby laoshi » Tue May 13, 2014 7:17 am



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A Bite of China (Chinese: 舌尖上的中国; pinyin: Shéjiān shàng de Zhōngguó) is a 2012 Chinese documentary television series on the history of food, eating, and cooking in China directed by Chen Xiaoqing (陈晓卿), narrated by Li Lihong (李立宏) with original music composed by Roc Chen (阿鲲). It first aired May 14, 2012 on China Central Television and quickly gained high ratings and widespread popularity. The seven-episode documentary series, which began filming in March 2011, introduces the history and story behind foods of various kinds in more than 60 locations in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. The documentary has also been actively encouraged as a means of introducing Chinese food culture to those unfamiliar with local cuisine. Various notable chefs such as Shen Hongfei and Chua Lam were consultants on the project.

A second season of A Bite of China, also consist of seven episodes (plus trailer), is set to air from April 18 to June 6, 2014.
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Re: 舌尖上的中国 A Bite of China

Postby laoshi » Tue May 13, 2014 8:01 am

A gift for foodies all around the world!!!
全世界的吃货们,发福利了!!!
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Re: 舌尖上的中国 A Bite of China

Postby SunflowerJessica » Wed May 14, 2014 9:01 am

I strongly recommend this documentary programme.
我强烈推荐这个纪录片
wǒ qiáng liè tuī jiàn zhè ge jì lù piàn

In Season One, it is the first time for us to see some of Chinese tranditional food.
The most interesting part is that, a man, who missed the rural life, planted many vegetables on the top of their tall building.
He works like a farmer to irrigate them every day, trim the branches and even help the plant to be fertilized.
Luckily, even there is limited soil, the plants are growing very well. In the Autumn, the harvest season, he is very pleased to invite his neighbours to his gardon to make dumplings together, and all the materials are from his own gardon!
Pay will return. 付出就有回报。

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Re: 舌尖上的中国 A Bite of China

Postby williamchen » Wed Jun 11, 2014 2:11 pm

哈哈,对于吃货来说,这个节目真是很有指导意义。
This program is really a good guide for the foodies.

SunflowerJessica wrote:I strongly recommend this documentary programme.
我强烈推荐这个纪录片
wǒ qiáng liè tuī jiàn zhè ge jì lù piàn

In Season One, it is the first time for us to see some of Chinese tranditional food.
The most interesting part is that, a man, who missed the rural life, planted many vegetables on the top of their tall building.
He works like a farmer to irrigate them every day, trim the branches and even help the plant to be fertilized.
Luckily, even there is limited soil, the plants are growing very well. In the Autumn, the harvest season, he is very pleased to invite his neighbours to his gardon to make dumplings together, and all the materials are from his own gardon!
Pay will return. 付出就有回报。

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