If you’ve ever eaten Chinese food outside of China, chances are you had Cantonese cuisine. However, Canto food is much more than just chow mein and wonton soup, as Travelogue host Tianran discovers in Guangzhou, a 14 million strong megacity of foodies.

‘Guangzhou’ is the third episode of Travelogue’s 10-part series, ‘The Pearl River: Mouth to Source’. Travelogue is a 30-minute features programme on CGTN that takes viewers on unforgettable adventures across China. It airs on Sundays at 7:30am and 4:30pm BJT (00:30 & 09:30 GMT), with rebroadcasts on Mondays at 2:00am (Sunday 19:00 GMT) and Thursdays at 1:30pm (06:30 GMT). For more episodes of Travelogue, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt-M8o1W_GdSfYVP8tLXhaYWEG4oU_J-y

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31 thoughts on “Guangzhou: The REAL home of Cantonese Food”

  1. This kind of videos on foods make people hungry. Yeah ! They look tasty, and also is about civilization of an culture ? …ok ! Thank you for posting it out of blue politics. Yes ! This earth that you know house many different – beautiful cultures, my friends

  2. 央视难得能出这么好的片子。主持人/记者厉害,显然受过国外良好教育,语言流畅自然,非央视那些老物可比。导游有点像新疆人?英语很棒。

  3. It's amazing to see this is how Canton is. It reminded me of how Italy was.. The Southern part is the more luxurious part, and the Northern part was very industrious… and they were tall buildings like these. Very cool… to survive hot heat during the summer months. And very dusty as well… Interesting…

  4. This is a video about CANTONESE FOOD – WHICH IS INSEPARABLE FROM THE LANGUAGE.
    More of Guang Zhou's residents WOULD BE SPEAKING CANTONESE, IF THERE WASN'T AN ACTIVE
    POLICY FROM BEIJING TO SUPPRESS IT.

  5. I wanna go to Guangzhou because of numerous eye-catching tourist attractions and world-famously-known foods especially Siopao was originally known in Cantonese as Siu Bao meaning Hot Bun!

    Love from PH!

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