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Where there is food, there is a camera - II

Jun 06, 2012
A Bite of China, a seven-episode food documentary broadcast on China Central Television from May 14 to 22, attracted enthusiastic foodies to their television at 10:30 pm and whetted appetites in China's blogosphere. The show uncovers the origin of dishes - how they are made, and where the ingredients come from. By showcasing the entire food-making process, it presents a holistic symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and people, elaborating on the cultural and societal changes that make Chinese dishes what they are today. This group of pictures shows a slideshow of how food was traced by the production team.
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A Bite of China, a seven-episode food documentary broadcast on China Central Television from May 14 to 22, attracted enthusiastic foodies to their television at 10:30 pm and whetted appetites in China's blogosphere. The show uncovers the origin of dishes - how they are made, and where the ingredients come from. By showcasing the entire food-making process, it presents a holistic symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and people, elaborating on the cultural and societal changes that make Chinese dishes what they are today. This group of pictures shows a slideshow of how food was traced by the production team.
A Bite of China, a seven-episode food documentary broadcast on China Central Television from May 14 to 22, attracted enthusiastic foodies to their television at 10:30 pm and whetted appetites in China's blogosphere. The show uncovers the origin of dishes - how they are made, and where the ingredients come from. By showcasing the entire food-making process, it presents a holistic symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and people, elaborating on the cultural and societal changes that make Chinese dishes what they are today. This group of pictures shows a slideshow of how food was traced by the production team.




















A Bite of China, a seven-episode food documentary broadcast on China Central Television from May 14 to 22, attracted enthusiastic foodies to their television at 10:30 pm and whetted appetites in China's blogosphere. The show uncovers the origin of dishes - how they are made, and where the ingredients come from. By showcasing the entire food-making process, it presents a holistic symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and people, elaborating on the cultural and societal changes that make Chinese dishes what they are today. This group of pictures shows a slideshow of how food was traced by the production team.
A Bite of China, a seven-episode food documentary broadcast on China Central Television from May 14 to 22, attracted enthusiastic foodies to their television at 10:30 pm and whetted appetites in China's blogosphere. The show uncovers the origin of dishes - how they are made, and where the ingredients come from. By showcasing the entire food-making process, it presents a holistic symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and people, elaborating on the cultural and societal changes that make Chinese dishes what they are today. This group of pictures shows a slideshow of how food was traced by the production team.




















A Bite of China, a seven-episode food documentary broadcast on China Central Television from May 14 to 22, attracted enthusiastic foodies to their television at 10:30 pm and whetted appetites in China's blogosphere. The show uncovers the origin of dishes - how they are made, and where the ingredients come from. By showcasing the entire food-making process, it presents a holistic symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and people, elaborating on the cultural and societal changes that make Chinese dishes what they are today. This group of pictures shows a slideshow of how food was traced by the production team.







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