Stinky tofu, fried worms, blue cheese and haggis, which is your favorite food?

Li Ningjing China Plus/China Daily Published: 2018-09-27 18:13:00
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Stinky tofu, a local delicacy from Changsha, Hunan province.

Stinky tofu, a local delicacy from Changsha, Hunan province.

Russian king crab has become more popular in China's markets in recent years. Every day, tons of king crabs are transported by trucks through Hunchun port in Northeast China's Jilin province. 

In the first seven months of 2018, 3,000 tons of king crabs were imported from Russia through Hunchun port and welcomed at markets in the northeast and major metropolitan areas, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.

Meanwhile, “hairy crab” is also a must-have on the Chinese dining table at this time of the year.  

Why do Chinese people love crabs so much, and can the West rival that love!?

What are common foods people have trouble eating ?

Studio+ hosts Ryan Price and Li Ningjing check out some of the most famous foods from China and the west and tell you their experience eating them. 

Click the audio bar to listen to their discussion, with a bonus reading from Ryan Price of excerpts from Scottish poet Robert Burns' poem: Address to a Haggis. 

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