Topics Results for: Food  Found: 26 Results

Streets of Jinan – Introduction Jinan City, Shandong Province Posted Jan 23, 2013 by Chinavine

Experience life in a traditional hutong neighborhood in Jinan City. Jinan is in the Shandong Province in the People’s Republic of China. This film was created by ChinaVine research partners at the Shandong University of Art & Design. The film ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Niko de la Faye – Interview Posted Oct 31, 2012 by CrystalRuth

1. Why and how did you choose to move your creative practice to China? I participated in the Shanghai eArts Festival in 2008 with the digital art collective Visual System. That was also my first visit to China. During our ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Crystal Ruth Bell – Interview Posted Oct 19, 2012 by CrystalRuth

1. Why and how did you choose to move your creative practice to China? I was fascinated by this idea that the contemporary creative movement in China stemmed from such a deep history but that the arts experienced such a ...

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Featured Expat Artist: Crystal Ruth Bell – Introduction Posted Oct 19, 2012 by CrystalRuth

Crystal Ruth Bell is a curator, artist, designer, and arts administrator who graduated in Florida with a Bachelor’s in Fine Art. From 2009 – 2011 she served as the program director of Red Gate Gallery’s artist in residency program in ...

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Beijing Hutongs – A Neighborhood Noodle & Bun Shop Beijing Province Posted Jun 19, 2012 by Chinavine

There are many small restaurants and food businesses in the hutongs.  One popular establishment sells fresh noodles and buns.  Get a glimpse of how they are made in this video:

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Confucius – Confucius on Dining Etiquette Qufu City, Shandong Province Posted Feb 14, 2011 by Falisha Finke Sachon

According to Confucius, eating a meal involved much more than the act of eating. While “the foremost function of eating was physical and mental cultivation,” it also served various social purposes, one such purpose being the “strengthening of kinship and ...

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Traditional Foods – Introduction Shandong Province Posted Feb 9, 2011 by Chinavine

In China, food is believed to be central not just to health, but to bodily harmony. While rice is the staple food, meals contain a wide variety of food types, and only a few, such as dairy products, are avoided. ...

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Markets – Introduction Shandong Province Posted Feb 9, 2011 by Chinavine

Since the 1990s, the food products available in Chinese markets are more diverse than ever. Some of this diversity is due to rural truck farming industries, better transportation, and better information flow concerning new agricultural techniques. The markets are now ...

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Sister Meal Festival – Silver Craft & Embroidery Guizhou Province Posted Dec 20, 2010 by Chinavine

Chinese Folk Art by Yang Xianrang and Yang Yang Women who use colors and symbolism to express sentiments such as love, hope, protection of children, and happiness traditionally create Chinese folk embroidery. Among the Miao, who use embroidery to record ...

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Sister Meal Festival – Juizhou Landscape Guizhou Province Posted Sep 21, 2010 by Chinavine

The landscape of Juizhou is made up of pastures of roaming cattle, cultivated farm land, and small hills and river near-by.

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