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We Talk: China-Vietnam cuisine builds a bite-sized bridge

Global Stringer

 , Updated 14:32, 15-Dec-2023

On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between China and Vietnam, the cultural exchanges between the two countries are deepening, and cuisine is a great example.

Pho is a Vietnamese soup dish consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs and beef. It's a popular food in Vietnam, served in households, street stalls, and restaurants countrywide. Meanwhile, Lanzhou beef noodles are not only a food tradition in northwest China's Gansu Province but a lifestyle necessity for residents as they start the day with a bowl of beef noodles. Thanh Thanh, a Vietnamese student who studies in Beijing, is set to try Vietnamese pho and Lanzhou beef noodles to check out their similarities and differences.

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