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Chinese cuisine is explored.
Season 1, Episode 25
March 5, 2017
James visits Guiyang.
Season 1, Episode 26
October 2, 2015
James in is Xijiang and stops at the Miao Village Markets for local produce and finds out what's in sour fish soup.
Season 1, Episode 24
October 1, 2015
James is in Yangzhou where he samples Lions Head, which consists of large, fragrant meatballs surrounded by cabbage, and visits the historic courtroom, Xiao Pang Gu.
Season 1, Episode 23
September 30, 2015
James samples soup dumplings at De Fa Change and searches for sesame noodles in the night market.
Season 1, Episode 22
September 29, 2015
James is in Xian where visits a culinary school and stops by the city's most famous restaurant, Lao Sun Jia.
Season 1, Episode 21
James stays in Harbin where visits the Shan Palace and a restaurant with a Mao Revolutionary theme, complete with singing and dancing soldiers.
Season 1, Episode 20
September 26, 2015
James stops in Harbin to travel the Silk Road and sample the famous Manchu restaurant.
Season 1, Episode 19
James visits Chongqing, birthplace of the hot pot, to sample classic bold and fiery cuisine.
Season 1, Episode 18
September 25, 2015
James is in Chengdu to visit a chili market and samples the most authentic cuisine at a "fly restaurant."
Season 1, Episode 17
September 24, 2015
Conclusion. James visits Inner Mongolia where he samples mutton dumplings and Mongolian BBQ and demonstrates his singing ability.
Season 1, Episode 16
Part 1 of 2. James is in Hohhot, the capital of Inner Mongolia, where he joins a Mongolian wedding celebration, which includes a meal of a roast sheep.
Season 1, Episode 15
September 23, 2015
James visits a famous Zhu Jia Jiao restaurant that's known for its fresh river foods.
Season 1, Episode 14
James is in Shanghai for authentic xiao long bao and then visits Yuyuan Gardens, where he tries preparing a classic dish.
Season 1, Episode 13
September 19, 2015
James stops in Dali to try minty mutton noodles and Yunnanese mountain cuisine.
Season 1, Episode 12
James gets a musical welcome in XiShuangBanna, a region famous for rice dishes, bamboo and South East Asia flavors.
Season 1, Episode 11
September 18, 2015
James heads to Kunming to sample several typs of mushrooms.
Season 1, Episode 10
James stays in Guangzhou to search for Hakka salt baked chickens and stops by the "Peaceful" Market to learn about medicinal herbs.
Season 1, Episode 9
September 17, 2015
James visits Guangzhou where he haggles at one of China's largest seafood markets and tries some authentic dim sum.
Season 1, Episode 8
James is in the province of Changsha to sample its hot and fiery cuisine.
Season 1, Episode 7
September 16, 2015
James stops in Hunan to create classic dishes, including spicy bullfrog, and visits a restaurant known for hosting celebrities.
Season 1, Episode 6
James visits a mall packed with restaurants and samples an oyster omelet and squid sticks while also taking a trip back in time.
Season 1, Episode 5
September 15, 2015
James prepares artisanal rice noodles and takes in coffee culture as he continues his journey to Hainan.
Season 1, Episode 4
September 12, 2015
James visits Haikou, Hainan for some dried seafood and exotic meats. Later, he cooks his own meal at a roadside seafood restaurant.
Season 1, Episode 3
James samples breakfast in Hebei and country-style cuisine.
Season 1, Episode 2
September 11, 2015
James pays respects to the famous "Peking Duck" and examines double-skinned milk custard and Sichuan pepper corn beer.
Season 1, Episode 1
James Cheah visits Beijing to explore noodles, the city's most famous food, and the Wang Fu Jing night market.
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