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How to Cook With a Wok

Find out how to choose the wok that's right for you, then learn how to season it to create optimally flavored dishes.

Protein with Chinese Origins

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Chinese Cooking Terms and Techniques

Here are some useful Chinese cooking terms and techniques that will help you master your Chinese cookery.

Dumplings Recipe for Chinese New Year

It is common knowledge that dumplings are considered to be lucky and are eaten for the Chinese New Year (lunar calendar), usually celebrated in February. But have you ever wondered why?

You Can Finally Get Americanized Chinese Food in China

Shanghai's Fortune Cookie restaurant serves up authentic, inauthentic Americanized Chinese food.

Happy Chinese New Year! and Congrats on Not Being Eaten Alive

Get Cooking Channel's mouthwatering Chinese feast from Ching's Chinese New Year that’s sure to bring you good luck in the year of the snake.

Ching-He Huang Bio

Learn more about Cooking Channels Ching-He Huang host of Chinese Food Made Easy and Easy Chinese: San Francisco and see how she makes simple fresh recipes at home.

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