China's longest feast table

Nov 30 is the day when the Yunnan’s Hani ethnic group celebrates its most significant festival and treats overseas and domestic visitors with a feast served on the world’s longest table.

Pineapple purplish black glutinous rice

The dish is a featured food of the Yunnan Dai ethnic group. The rice needs to be soaked in water for seven to eight hours before being steamed in a hollowed pineapple.

Crossing-bridge rice noodles

Yunnan crossing-the-bridge rice noodles, with an over 100-year history, is one of the best-known Yunnan snacks, and was listed as an intangible cultural heritage of Kunming city in 2008.

Insect dish and other snacks in Lijiang

It’s no secret among Chinese people that Lijiang is famous for its habit of eating insects. What they might not realize though is just how extensive the city’s culinary catalogue of insect dishes is.

All-tea banquet in Yunnan

If the idea of leisurely sipping tea all day while nibbling at delicious food sounds appealing, then the cucurbit flute festival in Lianghe county, Yunnan province is just for you.

Yiliang roast duck

Yiliang roast duck is a famous Yunnan snack with a history of over 600 years.