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Celebrity Chef Martin Yan Endorses International Chinese Culinary Competition

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Celebrity Chef Martin Yan Endorses International Chinese Culinary Competition

For more news visit ☛ english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Add us on Facebook ☛ facebook.com In September, NTD will be hosting the 4th International Chinese Culinary Competition in New York City’s Time Square. Over the weekend, celebrity Chef Martin Yan—host of the popular “You Can Cook” television program—endorsed the competition, saying it’s a great away to rediscover tradition, and to introduce Chinese culinary culture to the west. [Martin Yan]: “Yan can cook, so can you.” American Master Chef Martin Yan and host of the hit cooking program “Yan Can Cook, So Can You” has been an ambassador of Chinese cuisine since the 1980s. As a Chinese-born American chef who has popularized Chinese cuisine in the West, Yan appreciates the role that food plays in discovering a culture. [Martin Yan, Celebrity Chef]: “It’s not just about learning a dish. From cooking and cuisine you can understand a country and nationality. You can understand the traditions, history and culture of a country.” Yan has hosted several television programs dedicated to Asian cuisine. The founder of the Yan Can International Cooking School has also published a number of cook books and runs a restaurant chain in California. In Hong Kong over the weekend, Yan endorsed NTD’s 4th International Chinese Culinary Competition. [Martin Yan, Celebrity Chef]: “I feel that your competition every year is promoting China’s culinary culture to the world, to the United State’s main stream society. It’s a great

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Mission Delicious Metroasianfood MAF April at Eatao,

Eatao, the best Szechuan cuisine in Brooklyn. Authentic and great value! Great ambience. Grade A for sanitary evaluation by New York State. Great service and friendly staff

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“Things That Skitter” Iolair’s photos around Sai Kung, China

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Sai Kung, China by TravelPod blogger Iolair titled “Things That Skitter”. TravelPod is a company of TripAdvisor™. Iolair’s travel blog entry: “As expected, the champagne the night before really did turn out to be a dumb idea. Nonetheless, we rallied in time to shower, eat, and caffeinate ourselves before meeting Petra and David out on Mody Road. The idea was to go to Sai Kung, which was apparently off the beaten track, had sea, mountains and greenery, with yummy seafood. We dithered for a bit, wondering if we had enough time to get there and then set off. Once we got to Sha Tin, we were confronted with a huge mall and an incomprehensible bus station. We dithered some more, asked for help from an information booth, then didn’t really follow the (extremely vague) instructions correctly, ended up out on the street, wandered about aimlessly for a bit and then found another bus station and our bus. The bus to Sai Kung was leaving without us when we saw it. We all pouted for a bit and then found the Sai Kung bus stop (complete with double decker bus) and got in the line. Less than an hour later, we were in Sai Kung. Some of the parts on the way there were wilderness-y, but we ended up in the town, so we didn’t see much in the way of mountains, or trees. Seafood, on the other hand, we saw plenty of, including a couple of things I had no idea even existed. Coming from an ex-vegetarian, this perhaps is not so strange. However

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Cassia de Shanghai Necklace – SZECHUAN – Deep reds inspired by spicy Szechuan cuisine!

Cassia de Shanghai Necklace – SZECHUAN – Deep reds inspired by spicy Szechuan cuisine!

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