Your tour will commence with a transfer to the Chinese Cooking Workshop where you will enjoy a Chinese cooking class for approximately 2 hours. During this very interesting and unforgettable lesson, you can learn to cook a kind of Chinese traditional snack, such as boiled dumpling, steamed dumpling and a steamed bun with different stuffings. The teacher will give you a demo first, then you will be able to practice by yourself under your teacher's guidance. Finally, you will taste the Chinese snack you have cooked. • Chinese cooking class with a private chef in Shanghai • Spend 2 hours making dishes in this hands-on lesson • Discover Chinese customs while enjoying a meal • Select a morning or afternoon class
Try your hand at making three delicious stir-fried dishes using a Chinese wok. This private, 2-hour lesson at a cooking studio in Shanghai includes ingredients and step-by-step instructions that even beginners can follow. Learn from an expert chef as you prepare fresh home-style dishes and restaurant classics including kung pao chicken, Shanghai stir-fried noodles, and sweet and sour pork.
Get your hands on experience in cooking 3 Chinese delicious stir-fried dishes by using a traditional Chinese wok. This private 2-hour lesson at a cooking studio in Shanghai French Concession area includes ingredients and step-by-step instructions that even beginners can follow. There are several menus for your to choice from including classic Shanghai, Sichuan or vegetarian cuisines. Please advise your chef your favorite dishes that you wish to learn upon booking.
Learn the basic theories of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) during this private 2-hour class in Shanghai. Led by a Shanghai University-trained and licensed practitioner, this workshop shows you how to put TCM into practice using everyday foods. You’ll be introduced to a range of methods that aid and support overall health, including herbal medicines, acupuncture and reflexology
1.Non shoppinng tour2.No tourist traps3.No hidding fee4.The best use of time5.Your own Private tour6.Flexible itinerary7.Licensed guides and tour vehicles8.Unbeatable price and 5 stars serviceChinese Classs Lesson
During this private cooking class in Shanghai, learn traditional techniques and prepare classic fillings as you make ‘xiaolongbao’ (steamed soup dumplings) and fried spring rolls. Your 2-hour lesson takes place at a cooking studio under the guidance of a professional chef who offers hands-on instruction in the art of making dim sum. After you knead and roll, steam and pan-fry, you get to sink your teeth into these popular dishes.
Combine a sightseeing tour of Shanghai highlights with a more authentic city experience at the home of a local family on this full-day tour. With an informative guide, you'll enjoy personalized attention as you stroll through Yuyuan Garden in Shanghai Old Town, explore the art-laden alleyways of Tianzifang, visit a wet market, and learn how to make wontons with a local Shanghai family for lunch. Finish with a stop at a silk factory and a Huangpu River cruise.
Meet Vivie and her husband Chris at their small but welcoming apartment located in central Changning, Shanghai. Between the living room and dining table, enjoy interesting banter ranging across topics from ‘China vs the world’ and ‘The greatest music videos of all time’ to ‘The most beautiful undiscovered places in the world’ with a drink in your hand.Then join Vivie in her kitchen to learn to make famous Chinese dishes which include unique variations that have been created by her forefathers and passed down through generations in her family. Your cooking lesson will include learning to make northern dishes such as dumplings and noodles to spicy southwestern dishes such as kung pau chicken and mapo tofu. Enjoy learning about the tips and techniques involved in cooking before you sit down at the table to share the meal you helped prepare with host Vivie.
After long afternoons spent with her great-aunt Yu-i, Pang-Mei, a first-generation Chinese-American, paints this unforgettable saga of a woman, born in Shanghai at the turn of the century to a well-to-do family, who continually defied the expectations of her class and culture. 'In China, a woman is nothing,' began Yu-i over tea and dumplings. 'This is the first lesson I want to give so that you will understand.' Growing up in the perilous years between the fall of the last Emperor and the Communist Revolution, Yu-i led a life marked by a series of rebellions that changed the course of her life, including the first and most lasting: her refusal to have her feet bound. And as Yu-i confides her innermost dreams and demons to her great-niece in this dual memoir, the deeply textured portrait of a woman's life in China is blended with the very Western story of a young woman's search for identity and belonging.