Chengdu, an ingeniously designed and built city, has kept its original name and location unchanged for over 2,300 years.
With the largest number of restaurants among all cities in China, Chengdu showcases great inclusiveness and diversity in its food culture.
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Chengdu is known as the UNESCO City of Gastronomy. It's not hard to find there are restaurants and street vendors serving mouth-wateringly delicious dishes and snacks on pretty much every street. Channel “Delicacies” presents the popular dishes & snacks in Chengdu.
The main character in the footage is a giant panda called Xilai, who is known for his laziness ― he doesn’t like exercises and even shows no active attitude during the afternoon tea. His keeper has to find a way to lure the panda to stand up by hanging food on the bamboo pole in order to help the pet do some exercise while eating.
The channel offers an all-round guide to touring around Chengdu, one of China’s famous historic and cultural cities and best tourist destinations. You can get all information on where to go and how to spend your time from it.
The channel enables you not to miss all the events which will take place during the Chengdu Panda Asian Food Festival.
Exhibition: Winning Photos of the Chengdu Panda Asian Food Festival—Global Photo Contest
Pictures: Black Pearl Chef Club Launching Ceremony & Forum
“TASTE OF SIAM” Thai Food & Culture Festival