Huaiyang cuisine – a reflection of China's profound food culture

Cutting a square block of tofu into thousands of hair-like strands is the precision required to make Huaiyang cuisine. As one of the four major Chinese cuisines, Huaiyang dishes are widely seen as one of the most delicate and complicated. China's state banquets usually include it as a main dish, reflecting its prestigious reputation in culinary circles. CGTN's Wang Tianyu visited Yangzhou and Huai'an in east China's Jiangsu Province to explore the delicacies offered by the cuisine.

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