ESL jobs in China|Find a teaching english job(TEFL jobs) in China.

Spring rolls

Spring Rolls is a unique pan-Asian dining experience that offers sophisticated style and high quality at value prices.

Nian gao

During Chinese New Year, there’s a very popular and a must-have food to celebrate with. It is said to bring luck to everybody in terms of finance, career and family. This is a cake that has been traditionally passed down from many generations thousands of years ago, it is call ‘Nian Gao’ or some people call it Chinese New Year cake.

Jiaozi

Jiaozi(Chinese Dumpling) is a traditional Chinese Food, which is essential during holidays in Northern China. Chinese dumpling becomes one of the most widely loved foods in China.

Chinese dumpling is one of the most important foods in Chinese New Year. Since the shape of Chinese dumplings is similar to ancient Chinese gold or silver ingots, they symbolize wealth. Traditionally, the members of a family get together to make dumplings during the New Year’s Eve. They may hide a coin in one of the dumplings. The person who finds the coin will likely have a good fortune in the New Year. Chinese dumpling is also popular in other Chinese holidays or festivals, so it is part of the Chinese culture or tradition.

Chinese dumpling is a delicious food. You can make a variety of Chinese dumplings using different fillings based on your taste and how various ingredients mixed together by you.

Usually when you have Chinese dumpling for dinner, you will not have to cook anything else except for some big occasions. The dumpling itself is good enough for dinner. This is one of the advantages of Chinese dumpling over other foods, though it may take longer to make them.
Making dumplings is really teamwork. Usually all family members will join the work. Some people started to make dumplings when they were kids in the family, so most Chinese know how to make dumplings.

Fish

Is usually eaten or merely displayed on the eve of Chinese New Year. The pronunciation of fish  makes it a homophone for “surpluses”.

Guangdong candy

Guangdong candy, a sticky treat made out of glutinous millet and sprouted wheat, is thought to seal the Kitchen God’s mouth and encourage him to only say good things about the family when he ascends to Heaven to make his report.

Tangyuan

Tangyuan is special treats for southerners. Made of sticky rice flour filled with sweet or savory stuffing and round in shape, Tangyuan symbolizes family unity, completeness and happiness.

Tangerines and oranges

Tangerines and oranges are the “lucky” fruits and the best presents during the Spring Festival season as the words for tangerines and oranges sound like luck and wealth.

Dried persimmon cake

Dried persimmon cake is a popular treat for the Chinese New Year.

Bing Tang Hu Lu

Bing Tang Hu Lu or Candied haws on a stick, taste sour and sweet, and not only are delicious but look nice. The red haws arranged in order of size on the bamboo stick and covered with crystal thin malt sugar are so pretty.

Find ESL jobs in China,live in China.