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#1

If you’re in any American Chinatown neighborhood, you’ll easily find a hot pot restaurant. But would a person from China today actually eat there?

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  • Of course! The Chinese enjoy hot pot on cold winter days.

  • No way. It’s an American invention.

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#2

Crab rangoons are fried wontons filled with crab and cream cheese. Are these an Americanized appetizer?

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  • Yes! People in China don’t eat cream cheese.

  • No. It’s a Shanghai lunar new year staple.

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#3

Shrimp dumpling soup is a simple recipe that can be served on a cold winter day. Where is it from?

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  • Hong Kong

  • San Francisco

  • Beijing

  • Seattle

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#4

Oink! Which of these pork dishes is actually a Chinese invention?

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    Mu shu pork
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    Sweet and sour pork

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#5

Eating deep-fried egg rolls can be messy but fun! Which country can take credit for this crispy treat?

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  • China

  • United States of America

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#6

What separates lo mein from other noodle dishes is the heavy wheat flour used to make the noodle and the stir-fry method of preparation. Is this American or Chinese?

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  • American. Real Chinese noodles are thin and light.

  • Chinese. The wheat flour recipe is native to the Guangxi province.

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