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Today, 4 billion jars of Lao Gan Ma, packaged with a picture of a rather grumpy-looking Tao Huabi, are sold per year across 80 countries, one of which is the US. To most mainland Chinese, Lao Gan Ma is a household name and a widely used condiment—yet its humble beginnings in China fail to explain its rising popularity in America.

By:Cynphnie Hsu  Updated: 2018-07-11 15:50
The time has come to enjoy qingtuan
As China’s Qingming Festival (also known as Tomb Sweeping Day) is one month away, residents in Shanghai began to queue up in front of food stores and restaurants to buy their favorite snack: qingtuan (green rice balls).
By:Wu Qiong  Updated: 2018-03-08 19:07
How to eat watermelon in summer unconventionally
Now here comes the summer heat! The best thing to do must be sitting in an air-conditioned room and eating watermelon just like in the childhood.
By:Ding Yulan  Updated: 2016-07-25 18:10
Food in Shanghai Disneyland within RMB 100
Shanghai Disneyland Resort was officially open on June 16th. Many people said that food in the dream park was too expensive for ordinary people. Is that true? Let’s take a look at what can we eat at Disneyland within RMB 100?
Updated: 2016-06-30 12:44
Qingtuan with salted egg yolk and dried meat floss becomes hot sale item during Qingming Festival
Xing Hua Lou's new launched Qingtuan (sweet green rice dumpling) with salted egg yolk and dried meat floss becomes a popular item on a variety of SNS recently.
Updated: 2016-04-15 17:23