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#7

The spicy chicken dish known as kung pao has peanuts, vegetables, and chili peppers. Where is the recipe from?

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  • Boston

  • Canton

  • Los Angeles

  • Sichuan

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#8

Potstickers are dumplings that are usually prepared by lightly frying, steaming, and frying again until slightly crispy. Are they American or Chinese?

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  • Chinese — They’re known as “jiaozi” among residents in northern China.

  • American — Chinese people have no idea what these are.

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#9

Scallion pancakes are savory treats made with dough, oil, and green onion. Would you be able to find this at a restaurant in China?

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  • Absolutely. It will be on the menu as “cong you bing.”

  • Not at all. Another Americanized meal!

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#10

The sweet, deep-fried poultry dish known as General Tso’s chicken is popular all over North America. But where was the recipe as it’s known today actually invented?

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  • Chicago

  • Hunan

  • New York City

  • Taichung

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#11

Pu pu platters are full of egg rolls, ribs, chicken wings, teriyaki beef, wontons, and other meaty foods. Where does this dish come from?

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  • China — it’s from the landlocked Gansu province.

  • USA — It’s also of Hawaiian and Polynesian influence.

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#12

Time for dessert. Which of these would you actually enjoy after a meal in China?

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    Fried sugar doughnuts
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    Oranges
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    Coconut iced cream
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    Fortune cookies

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