Writing Essay #1 - Guo, Yuxin Professor Lindsay 8/28/07...

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Guo, Yuxin Professor Lindsay 8/28/07 Chinese Food There is an old Chinese saying goes “Food is the first necessity of the people.” Chinese foods play an important role in our daily life. As a country with a long history of 5,000 years, China had formed eight cuisines, which are Yue, Chuan, Lu, Min, Su, Zhe, Xiang, and Hui. They got their name from their birthplaces. For example, Yue is a province in southeast of China, representing Guangdong province. Every cuisine has its typical features that are quite different from the others. Yue Cuisine is my favorite because I think it is the healthiest food among the eight cuisines. Cooks prepare the food in a natural way, without so much spice and salt, so the foods taste light and fresh. Yue Cuisine is also famous for their various cooking material. We northerners say that, Cantonese people eat everything which can flies expect airplanes, eat everything which can run except trains, and eat everything which under the water except boats. Certainly, it is not true, but Cantonese do eat lots of
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ENG 1102 taught by Professor Nurns during the Spring '11 term at Prince George's Community College, Largo.

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