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Famous Guangzhou Snacks Apply For UNESCO Recognition
Famous Guangzhou Snacks Apply For UNESCO Recognition

On Feb 2nd, 2010, the local chamber of commerce for the catering industry announced that rice noodles and ten more typical snacks from Guangzhou will apply to be listed as a "world intangible heritage".
72-year History Quxiang Bakery Reopens
72-year History Quxiang Bakery Reopens

With its 72-year history, Quxiang Bakery is a traditional Cantonese brand which sells Mooncakes, chicken cakes and many other traditional snacks.
The Miele Guide 2010/2011 Fetes Asia's Top 20 Restaurants

The much-vaunted list of Asia's Top 20 restaurants for 2010/2011 was revealed to a starry audience of some of Asia's most celebrated chefs and restaurateurs as well as regional and international food critics and journalists.
Ancient Cantonese Culinary Taboos
Ancient Cantonese Culinary Taboos

Some taboos related to what people eat have been passed on from generation to generation, and which effect we can still see sometimes in modern China.
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Modern Guangzhou Souvenirs picks some of the best Cantonese-style souvenirs for you – including those famous pieces as well as lighter and and comparatively cheap items but still with that defining Cantonese character.

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