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A food documentary with bite

By Han Bingbin | China Daily | Updated: 2014-04-19 07:35

The long awaited second season of A Bite of China, a phenomenally popular documentary in 2012, is poised to further explore the relationship between people and their local food.

The eight-episode documentary journeys to more than 150 regions across the country, discovering the age-old wisdom behind artistically crafted urban banquets and simple home cooking, as well as the value of nature's raw offerings.

"We hope that by featuring China's food, the documentary will be able to show audiences at home and abroad China's traditions and social changes, as well as the unbending, frugal and tenacious character of the Chinese people," says the documentary's chief director Chen Xiaoqing.

A food documentary with bite

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