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Consulate in Guangzhou

Here is about the consulates in guangzhou ,they are form differnet countries.and most of counulates is convenient for you to go ,becasue they are near the metro station . like in the zhujiang new town,Tianhe CITIC Plaza,or in Huanshi Donglu Commercial Circle Argentina Consulate in Guangzhou Australian Consulate in Guangzhou Austria consulate in Guangzhou Belgian consulate in Guangzhou Brazil Consulate …

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Guangzhou Jade Carving

Cantonese thinks that jade like ivory is auspicious and lucky and could guard against evil and avoid disasters, so they love jade very much and consider jade a dear to their heart. Most men and women of Guangzhou are wearing jade carving pendants round their neck, with jade rings on their fingers or jade bangles round their arms. Jade Carving …

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Recipes for water chestnuts

Recipes for water chestnuts Ingredients: 250g water chestnut flour (馬碲粉) 500ml water 1 5oz (141g) canned of diced water chestnuts 750ml water 350g Gula Melaka Method: 1. Open the canned of diced water chestnuts, drain, lightly rinse and chop into desired pieces. 2. Mix water chestnut flour with 500ml water and whisk to mix well. Set aside. 3. Boil Gula …

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Pantang Water Chestnut Cake

Pantang is near to the Panxi Restaurant, that is, the location of Old Lizhiwan. Pantang five excellent products (water chestnut cake, an arrowhead, water bamboo shoot, the lotus root, a water chestnut,water chestnut dessert) are produced in this district. Pantang Water Chestnut Cake chooses local special product– water chestnut flour as ingredients. The color of gold is yellow and transparent, …

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Guangzhou Nanxin Milk & Dessert–Double-Skin Milk

Nanxin's Milk Jelly was found by Huang Jingyun in 1939. "Milk jelly" is also called "Double-skin milk" by the locals. Nanxin's milk jelly was praised as the best in the city during last 80's. Nanxin's special milk jelly is made of milk from water buffalo. Only the buffalo milk can coagulate when cooled. Nanxin's ginger-milk is also popular especially during …

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Ji Zai Biscuits

Ji Zai Biscuits, Guangzhou’s leading kind of biscuits, was originally known as “Xiao Feng Biscuits”. Legend has it that Ji Zai Biscuits were created by a female domestic helper of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). But, the biscuits didn’t become famous until half a century later when, frustrated by the sluggish sales of mid-autumn festival moon cakes, biscuit makers at Guangzhou’s …

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Guangzhou-style Roast Suckling Pig

It is a valuable and rare dish of a banquet. The skill of roasted whole suckling pig has a long history of more than 1400 years. Use big fire and smear oil continuously. The oil explodes and form bubbles to expand the pig’s skin. This kind of roasted whole suckling pig leaves no residues when putting into mouth. The color …

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Glutinous Rice Chicken (Lo mai gai)

Lo mai gai, pronounced in Cantonese speaking regions or Nuo mi ji pronounced in Mandarin speaking regions, is a classic dim sum dish served during yum cha hours.The dish is also called steamed chicken in lotus leaf wrap or steamed glutinous rice in lotus leaf wrap Lo mai gai is mostly a southern Chinese food. It contains glutinous rice filled …

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Fo Tiao Qiang

Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, or fo tiao qiang, is a variety of shark fin soup in Cantonese and Fujian cuisine. This is a kind of superior dish, whose original name is “Fu Shou Quan”. It was first created by eminent Juchunyuan Restaurant of Fuzhou during the region of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty. Fo Tiaoqiang is made of 28 …

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Lingnan Impression Park

Guangzhou Lingnan Impressive Park If you have an interest in Guangzhou and its culture beyond food and shopping, you will find this a worthwhile attraction. Despite being out of the way, the subway and a walk/motorbike ride will get you there. The park resembles an old town, with beautiful traditional buildings, a lake with a shadow puppet pavilion and a …

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Huaisheng Mosque

That Huaisheng Mosque Located on Guangta Lu ,Guangzhou, It is one of the oldest mosques in China is not surprising, given that Guangzhou was where Islam was introduced to China in the 7th Century. It currently boasts over 40 prayer mats in Chinese and Arabic dating from the Tang Dynasty to the fall of the feudal empires. The mosque is …

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Guangzhou Baomo Garden

Guangzhou Baomo Garden built at the end of the Qing Dynasty, Baomo Garden is situated in Zini village near Shawan town ,Panyu District of Guangzhou and it's a fine example of Lingnan architecture. Once inside, you'll find buildings, gardens, hills, lakes and bridges – a place where manmade art sits among nature's art in the form of sculptures and edifices which …

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