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 How are shrimp& eggs related to Chinese culture?

Answer Food is an important part of Chinese culture. Egg and shrimp are reoccurring ingredients in many regions of China due to their availability. To understand Chinese cooking, it is important to have s... Read More »
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Recipe for Har Gow - Chinese Shrimp Dumplings. (Similar to the ones at Dim Sum in chinese restaurants?

HAR GOW filling: shrimp dumplingsIngredients:1 lb fresh shrimp, peeled and deveined (cut in smaller pieces)1 Tablespoon Xiao sing wine, (or dry sherry)1 small can water chestnuts, drained and fine... Read More »
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Chinese Art & Culture?

The history of the arts in the region that, in 2010, comprises the People's Republic of China and Taiwan dates back thousands of years and includes some the earliest known works of painting, sculpt... Read More »
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How old is the Chinese culture?

Chinese culture as documented through written records is at least 3,300 years old, and prehistorical cultural artifacts date back about 4,500 years. The earliest Chinese dynasty appears to be the X... Read More »
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How to Raise Brine Shrimp Eggs?

Brine shrimp are small crustaceans that have lived in lakes for millions of years. These tiny creatures feed off bacteria and serve as an important food source for larger animals. These creatures a... Read More »
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