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Greastest Fried Fish in Soy Sauce, Shandong Chinese: CiCiLicious Vlog #59

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Greastest Fried Fish in Soy Sauce, Shandong Chinese: CiCiLicious Vlog #59

Facebook Page: www.facebook.com The Shandong cuisine, also called Lu cuisine, is the earliest and most influential Chinese cuisine and originated in today’s Shandong province. Of all the Chinese cuisines, Shandong cuisine is the largest cuisine of the original 4 Chinese cuisine: Cantonese, Szechuan, Huaiyang, and Shandong. It has the most variety of types of food and cooking methods and its food is known for its salty, savory flavor as well as tender and crispy texture. Shandong is situated on the Shandong Peninsula. It has long coastline along the Yellow sea and the Bo sea as well as rich inland plains. It has four very distinctive seasons. Seafood, freshwater produce, grains, poultry, fruits and vegetables, and wild birds and animals are abundant. This provides an excellent material foundation for the variety of food and cooking techniques in this region. Shandong chefs are well-rounded in their skills and are famous for their Bao and Ta methods of cooking. Comment on this video for a chance to win a gift card. How? In June, after commenting on my YouTube vids, email to info@foodparadisetv.com; subject: free gift card; info: name, address, contact info, how did you hear about us, did you comment on my YouTube vids yet? Happy eating and winning !! :) Subscribe, Like, Comment, and make Favorite to my YouTube Vids! Let’s also stay in touch on Twitter and Facebook. I check them daily and I’ll reply. Website: www.foodparadisetv.com Facebook Page: www.facebook.com Twitter

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Hoteloogle.com – Huaneng Hotel Jinan

www.Hoteloogle.com – The Huaneng Hotel Jinan is in the center of the business district and convenient for business travelers. The hotel is within walking distance to parks, boutiques, cafes and restaurants from every nationality. The rail station is less than a thirty minute drive from the Huaneng Hotel Jinan. The airport is close to a forty minute drive away by car. There are standard rooms, deluxe rooms, business suites and standard suites in the Huaneng Hotel Jinan. Each room has a minibar, IDD telephone, air conditioning, private bathroom, satellite TV, writing desk, hair dryer and iron and ironing board. This hotel has a three star rating with many amenities. There is a Jacuzzi, sauna, gymnasium, beauty salon, indoor swimming pool and a health club. The Huaneng Hotel Jinan has a large conference facility with state of the art AV equipment that can hold up to 300 people. An onsite restaurant serves Shandong cuisine and a lounge serves local and international drinks. A business center can copy, fax, email and translate documents by request.

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Hoteloogle.com – Tian Yu Business Hotel Jinan

www.Hoteloogle.com – Tian Yu Business Hotel is a 3 star business hotel which is located in the city center of Jinan, The hotel own convenient transportation, excellent location, considerate service. The hotel has 165 rooms, all of them provide free high speed internet access. Advanced facilities will serve guests, as Electronic safes ?Satellite TV?central air-conditioning?IDD?Mini bar. Bathroom, etc. Hotel possesses conference rooms with simultaneous interpretation system, long-rang meeting system, VCD, etc. The meeting rooms can accommodate 70-320 people at a time. There are two Chinese restaurants in hotel for your choice. professional chefs can cook Shandong cuisine , so that visitors to fully enjoy the old Confucian culture and Shandong cuisine. There are recreation facilities such as chess room and foot bath. which are perfect places for relaxation after a day’s business or sightseeing.

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Introduction to Shandong Cuisine, NTD’s International Culinary Competition

Introduction to Shandong Cuisine, NTD International Culinary Competition NTD’s International Culinary Competition descends upon the heart of New York in September 2011 Follow NTD’s International Culinary Competition for more info and updates Facebook ☛www.facebook.com Twitter ☛www.twitter.com Website☛www.bestchinesechefs.com Shandong Cuisine The Shandong cuisine, also called Lu cuisine, is the earliest and most influential Chinese cuisine and originated in today’s Shandong province. Of all the Chinese cuisines, Shandong cuisine is the largest cuisine of the original 4 Chinese cuisine: Cantonese, Szechuan, Huaiyang, and Shandong. It has the most variety of types of food and cooking methods and its food is known for its salty, savory flavor as well as tender andcrispy texture. Shandong is situated on the Shandong Peninsula. It has long coastline along the Yellow sea and the Bo sea as well as rich inland plains. It has four very distinctive seasons. Seafood, freshwater produce, grains, poultry, fruits and vegetables, and wild birds and animals are abundant. This provides an excellent material foundation for the variety of food and cooking techniques in this region. Shandong chefs are well-rounded in their skills and are famous for their Bao and Ta methods of cooking. Bao is a quick stir-fry in high heat. Like the scholar Yuan Mu from Qing Dynasty said, “Quick stir-fry the food in boiling oil, add in the spices and it’s done. If it’s extremely crispy then its done right

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An Umbrella Business Turnover Of 1.5 Million U.s. Dollars In Two Days

   Surviving the global economic chill, but the Canton Fair opened in the third phase of a three-day there are some sectors contrarian up, the first rebound. Shangyu, Zhejiang

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Slow Food In China

Whether it’s the fiery heat of a Sichuan dish, the subtle flavors of Shandong or the hearty simplicity of the northeast – China is famed the world over for its cuisine. And for thousands of years, food has been at the very heart of Chinese culture and traditions. But in today’s fast moving China, that food culture – particularly in the big cities is often reduced to filling the table, and stomach, as cheaply and quickly as possible. And that means little emphasis on how, where, and by whom food is produced. But now two Americans with Chinese roots -are hoping to change all that with a concept developed in Italy.

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Shandong Cuisine Champion: Tranquility for Best Cooking

ZHANG: Chen Yongming from Flushing, New York was the victor of NTD’s International Chinese Culinary Competion in the category of Shandong Cuisine. Of all the experienced and talented chefs present, only he came away with a gold award. NTD asked him for his views on traditional cuisine. STORY: Chen Yongming explained that his winning dish, the “Red Lotus” originated in an imperial court dish of the Song Dynasty. In the unique process of creating the dish, the lotus is first baked, then fried. [Chen Yongming, Culinary Competition Winner]: “The feeling is as though the lotus has been brushed with a layer of cream.” The Fried Skate Pieces dish was also traditionally prepared first with river water, then afterwards with cooking oil. Ancient cooking styles used less oil than today. Chen says that ancient Chinese attitudes towards food and cooking were based on the four seasons and the life cycle of the human being, as well the natural environment. [Chen Yongming, Culinary Competition Winner]: “Keeping pace with society is wonderful, of course, but the roots must be maintained. So whether it’s food, or any other work or artform, the roots, the foundation, must be kept in place, just as in trying to build a sturdy building. Then whatever might be added on top of that, it will still forever be the most beautiful, forever the most solid and unbreakable.” Chen says to create the finest end-product, preserving the foundation of the dish is the most important. When he first became a

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Learn Chinese – Living China: Journey to Shaanxi part 4

www.chineseclass101.com Join us as we take a journey with Anthony to Shaanxi! In Episode 4, we learn that what goes up a mountain must come down. Anthony heads down Hua Shan, which he previously climbed in episode 3. Did he make it down safely or was the trip down more dangerous than the trip up? Watch this video to find out, and learn a few Chinese words while you’re at it. If you Enjoyed this video, stop by our Chinese language learning website and get other language learning content including other great videos like this one, audio podcasts, review materials, blogs, iPhone applications, and more. Join the friendly community of learners at http and start mastering Chinese today!

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News Update: Jiangbo Pharma announces commercial launch of Felodipine SR tablets August 16, 2010

Jiangbo Pharmaceuticals announced that the Company received approval from the Shandong Food and Drug Administration to start the sales of Felodipine sustained release, or SR, tablets. After the company received approval from the Chinese State Food and Drug Administration, or SFDA, to start producing Felodipine SR tablets in early June this year, Shandong FDA reviewed the Company’s manufacturing equipment and capacity to produce Felodipine SR tablets, examined the final products from its pilot production and approved the sale of Felodipine SR tablets. Felodipine SR is a well recognized generic drug to treat hypertension and is listed in China’s Basic Medical Insurance Catalog for medical coverage.

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