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What do Chinese People eat at their Festivals? What is on Chinese Table? Difference between Chinese Dishes and Western Food. . Chinese Food. Click me to START. Chinese Culture Introduction. Let’s Study the Chines Culture Through introducing the Chinese Food. Hope you have a good trip.

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    1. What do Chinese People eat at their Festivals? • What is on Chinese Table? • Difference between Chinese Dishes • and Western Food. Chinese Food Click me to START Chinese Culture Introduction Let’s Study the Chines Culture Through introducing the Chinese Food. Hope you have a good trip. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food By: Fazhi Zeng

    2. Main Menu Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back

    3. How • How to use this Activity • Function introduction to help user better use this activity There are five toolbar buttons to help you through this program. Back Go back to the last slide Main Menu Go to the Main Menu Go to the learning Content to choose the section you want to lean Learning Content When you think you are ready for the quiz, Click this one. Go to Quiz Next Go to the next slide Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Activity Instruction Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Next

    4. Objective • Given students the word of Chinese ingredient, students will select the picture of ingredient I give with 100% accuracy. • Given students the pic of Festival, students will select the name of festival with 100 % accuracy. • Given two types of Chinese food , students need to select the tastes of them 100% accuracy. • Given a picture of table in Chinese food, students will select the name of a tool I choose and the function of it with 100& accuracy. • What • What am I going to learn • This is the objective and students information of this course Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Course Object and Purpose Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    5. Class goal and learning condition information • What • What am I going to learn • This is the objective and students information of this course • Students in middle school attend Chinese language class who are interested in Chinese culture and Chinese food. • computer lab has enough computer for students to use. Application should have Microsoft and internet, also head phones sh9uld be available as there are videos for them to learn. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Course Object and Purpose Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back

    6. Types of Chinese Food • On the Table • Chinese Festival and Food • Chinese Ingredients Learning Content Reminder : click here if you are ready for Quiz! Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Learning Content Main Menu Go to Quiz

    7. You will be given a from Chinese restaurant, in small group, choose one of dish all your group members like from that menu. ? Do you know the dish you just chose belongs to what type of Chinese food? Small Group Discussion Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Types of Chinese Food Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Next

    8. In a country as immense as China, the diversity of its food is vast, but there are five major styles which can be attributed to the different regions from which they come from: Clickon the Region ( the circle Part) to see the feature of food in that area. Types of Chinese Food Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Types of Chinese Food Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back

    9. 川菜 West Chinese food is shaped by geography as well as history. In stereotype, and indeed in reality, the cuisine is distinguished by two things: its use of mountain products, and its hot spicing. China's wettest and most biologically diverse areas occur in this mountainous region. Chili paste or dried chilies, garlic and ginger are some of the most common ingredients. Our favorite Sichuan dishes are Ma Po Tofu, Kong Pao Chickenand so on. Main Character: Hot & spicy Sichuan and the West Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Sichuan and the West Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    10. 火锅 Chinese Hot Pot Cooking is a fun way to enjoy a meal together where everyone cooks his or her own food right at the table. Chinese Hot Pot, also known as Chinese Steamboat or Chinese Fondue because of its similarity to the French counterpart, is prepared in a metal pot which is placed in the center of the table. The pot is filled with simmering stock and all the ingredients are added and cooked in the broth. Traditionally, steamboats were heated with coal, but nowadays in most modern homes electric or gas hot pots have replaced the coal hot pot. We use an electric wok pot, some friends use a couple of fondue pots, others their Japanese Shabu Shabu pot, they all serve the purpose. Hot-Pot Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Sichuan and the West Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Other Types

    11. 北京菜 Beijing food, people also call it the Capital food. Beijing is the capital city of China and the food there are most related to meat. This is because famous Beijing food today usually was served for emperor in the ancient times. Also , most official and literati people today still live in Beijing. Beijing food cooks in ways of stewing, roasting, and boiling. Therefore food there emphasis light and subtle flavors. The most famous dish is Beijing Duck which is the no. 1 wanted taste Chinese food for foreigners. Others such noodles and steamed dumplings are also your good choice. Main Character: Light &subtle Beijing and the North Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Beijing and the North Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    12. 北京烤鸭 Peking Duck, or Peking Roast Duck is a famous duck dish from Beijing[1] that has been prepared since the imperial era, and is now considered one of China's national foods. The dish is prized for the thin, crisp skin, with authentic versions of the dish serving mostly the skin and little meat, sliced in front of the diners by the cook. Ducks bred specially for the dish are slaughtered after 65 days and seasoned before being roasted in a closed or hung oven. The meat is eaten with pancakes, spring onions, and hoisin sauce or sweet bean sauce. Beijing Duck Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Beijing and the North Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Other Types

    13. 湖南菜 Hunan people are addicted to pepper. That flavors from Sichuan people’s favor also spicy and hot cuisine, while Hunan people favor sour and hot cuisine. Sour, which differs from vinegar, while combined with hot, forms a distinguished flavor. Chili, pepper and shallot are usually necessaries in Hunan dishes. However, Chili, peppers, garlic (suan) and an unusual sauce, called “strange-flavor” sauce (guaiweijiang) on some menus, enliven many dishes, with a somewhat drier intensity than that of their Sichuan counterparts. Sweetness, too, is a Hunan culinary passion, and honey sauces are favored in desserts such as water chestnut or cassia flower cakes. Main Character: Spic zest sweet & sour Hunan Food in Central China Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Hunan Food in Central China Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    14. 甜酸鸡 Sweet and sour is a generic term that encompasses many styles of sauce, cuisine and cooking methods. It has long been popular in North America and Europe, where it is stereotypically considered a component of standard Chinese cuisine. Sweet and sour chicken is an entree frequently served in Chinese restaurants in various Western countries. It is common in Australia, Europe, and North America, and is available at some restaurants in East and Southeast Asia in an essentially identical version. Hunan Sweet & Sour Chicken Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Hunan Food in Central China Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Other Types

    15. 福建菜 Fujian cuisine was a latecomer in southeast China along the coast. The cuisine emphasizes seafood, river fish, and shrimp. It also produces edible bird's nest, cuttlefish, and sturgeon. These special products are all used in Fujian cuisine. The most characteristic aspect of Fujian cuisine is that its dishes are served in soup. Its cooking methods are stewing, boiling, braising, quick-boiling, and steaming, The most famous dish is Buddha Jumps Over the Wall. The name implies the dish is so delicious that even the Buddha would jump over a wall to eat it once he smelled it. Main Character: Umami taste Fujian Cooking in the East Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Fujian Cooking in the East Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Next

    16. 蛋卷 “Anegg roll is an appetizer and dinner, a variant of spring roll that has spread throughout the world as a staple of Asian cuisine.” Egg roll is predominantly referred to as the egg-based, flute-shaped pastry, with typically yellowish, flaky crust often eaten as a sweet snack or dessert commonly eaten by Asians. Egg Rolls Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Fujian Cooking in the East Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Other Types

    17. 广东菜 Cantonese is the style best known abroad as it was from this region that most immigrants to America, Europe and Southeast Asia came from, bringing with them their cooking style. Soy and ginger are the main seasonings, and their cooking relies on a great variety of fresh ingredients for flavor. Cantonese food specializes in stir frying, steaming and roasting. Main Character: Light & Fresh Cantonese Food in the South Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Cantonese Food in the South Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Other Types

    18. On the Table Chinese Culture- Chinese Food In the Table Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz

    19. Click to learn more about chopsticks! A typical place setting : a rice bowl chopsticks Chinese porcelain soup spoon plate which is placed under the bowl and serves as a bone/discard plate smaller sauce dish for a dipping sauce tea cup 1 5 2 3 4 A Typical Place Setting Chinese Culture- Chinese Food A typical place setting Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz On The Table

    20. A typical Chinese meal is normally contain some “main dishes” as opposed to one main dish. Normally, all dishes are set on the table at once and everybody helps him/herself to the selection. There is typically a couple meat dishes, chicken, beef or pork, a vegetable, fish or seafood, and a soup. The fan element made up of starches and grains, normally white rice in the southern provinces, and noodles or dumplings in the north where wheat is common. The tsai element containing the meat and vegetable element, all cooked in a variety of ingredients and methods producing a large range of flavors. Two Elements in Table Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Two elements in table Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz On the Table

    21. Chinese Festival and Food Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Chinese Festival and Food Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz

    22. Introduction of Lantern Festival Lantern Festival is the first month 15th of Lunar calendar. There are two theories as to spread wider. 1. The people celebrated the Lantern Festival is the first full moon night in the year also called the “Shang Yuan Festival”; 2. The Lantern Festival originated from the “Torch Festival”, the Han people in the countryside who hold torches to drive worm beast, they hope that can reduce pests and have a good harvest. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Lantern Festival Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    23. Food Introduction Tangyuan The Tang Yuan's way of making is pretey similar with that way of making Jiaozi. They use wet flour wrappers to fold around a filling. Most southerners like briny taste food, so that the  filling usually use meat filling. Most Northerners eat and make Yuanxiao, which I think is another name of Tnagyuan, its make way is contrary.  Northerners always make filling first,  and use the filling roll on the flour. Most northerners like sweet taste food, so that the  filling usually use bean paste filling. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Tangyuan Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Festival and Food

    24. Mid Autumn Festival Introduction of “The Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, usually in October in Gregorian calendar. The festival has a long history. In ancient China, emperors followed the rite of offering sacrifices to the sun in spring and to the moon in autumn. Historical books of the Zhou Dynasty had had the word "Mid-Autumn". Later aristocrats and literary figures helped expand the ceremony to common people. They enjoyed the full, bright moon on that day, worshipped it and expressed their thoughts and feelings under it. By the Tang Dynasty (618-907), the Mid-Autumn Festival had been fixed, which became even grander in the Song Dynasty (960-1279).” Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Mid Autumn Festival Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    25. Food Introduction MoonCakes MoonCakes are to Mid-Autumn Festival what mince pies are to Christmas. The seasonal round cakes traditionally have a sweet filling of lotus seed paste or red bean paste and often have one or more salted duck eggs in the center to represent the moon. Story About MoonCakes: One day all 10 suns appeared at once, scorching the planet with their heat. A man named HouYi shot down all but one of the suns. He saved the earth and his reward from Heavenly Queen Mother was the Elixir of Immortality, but she warned him that he must use it wisely. Hou Yi ignored her advice and, corrupted by fame and fortune, became a tyrannical leader. Chang-Er, his beautiful wife, could no longer stand by him abuse his power so she stole his Elixir and fled to the moon to escape his angry wrath. And thus began the legend of the beautiful woman in the moon, the Moon Fairy. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Moonquakes Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Festival and Food

    26. Introduction of Spring Festival Spring Festival is the largest and most important Festival in China. It is the first day of the Lunar Calendar and usually occurs somewhere between January 30 and February 20, heralding the beginning of spring, thus it is known as Spring Festival. This traditional festival is also a festival of reunion; no matter how far away people are from their homes, they will try their best to get back to have the Reunion Dinner. The Chinese meaning of this festival is GuoNian. Guo means "pass over" and Nian means "year." The origin of the Chinese New Year Festival can be traced back thousands of years through a continually evolving series of colorful legends and traditions. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Spring Festival Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    27. Jiaozi Since the Spring Festival marks the first day of a brand new year, the first meal is rather important. In Northern China, people usually eat Jiao Zi (or dumpling) which is shaped like a crescent moon. It is said that dumplings were first known in China some 1,600 years ago. The shape of Jiao Zi resembles that of ancient gold and silver ingots or a crescent moon, and symbolizes the hope for a year of plenty. In some places, people stuff Jiao Zi with sugar to wish for a sweet life; others put one or two clean coins in Jiao Zi — the person who finds the coin would make a lot of money in the coming year. Food Introduction Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Jiaozi Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Festival and Food

    28. Dragon Boat Festival Introduction of The Chinese Dragon Boat Festival is a significant holiday celebrated in China, and the one with the longest history. The Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated by boat races in the shape of dragons. Competing teams row their boats forward to a drumbeat racing to reach the finish end first. The boat races during the Dragon Boat Festival are traditional customs to attempts to rescue the patriotic poet Chu Yuan. Chu Yuan drowned on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month in 277 B.C. Chinese citizens now throw bamboo leaves filled with cooked rice into the water. Therefore the fish could eat the rice rather than the hero poet. This later on turned into the custom of eating zongziand rice dumplings. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Dragon Boat Festival Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    29. Zongzi The story of Qu Yuan shows us the legend of a tasy glutinous rice dumpling called Zongzi, a popular specialty consumed during the Dragon Boat Festival. According to the tale, the spirit of Qu Yuan appeared before a group of fisherman, crying out to them that he was starving because a dragon was eating his rice offerings. The offerings consisted of bamboo tubes filled with gluttinous rice. In order to prevent the dragon from stealing them, Qu Yuan ordered the tubes to be closed with lily leaves adn tied with multi-colored threads. Today's Zongzi is made similarly, with a serving of rice wrapped in leaves and tied together with string. The way the string is wound and kontted tells waht ingredients are inside. Food Introduction Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Zongzi Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Back Festival and Food

    30. Chinese Ingredients Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Chinese Ingredients Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz

    31. Ingredients Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Ingredients Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Chinese Ingredient

    32. Test Yourself!! How Well you learned?? Are you ready?! Yes, I am READY Continue Study Quiz Time Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Quiz Time

    33. What is the picture of Ginger used in China, Sichuan? B A C D “?-1” Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Quiz 1 Main Menu Learning Content

    34. Food with Ginger Congratulation Next Question Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Congratulation Q1 Learning Content

    35. Oops! Your answer is wrong! Try Again Continue Study This question is the knowledge about types of Chinese food. you might go back and learn it again. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food OOPS Q1 Main Menu

    36. A. Spring Festival B. Dragon Boart Festival C. Lantern Festival D. Mid-Autumn Festival • Match the pic of Food to the name of Festival. a. 1-A, 2-C, 3-D, 4-B c. 1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D b. 1-B, 2-D, 3-A, 4-C d. 1-D, 2-B, 3-C, 4-A “?-2” Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Quiz 2 Main Menu Learning Content

    37. Congratulation Next Question Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Congratulation Q2 Learning Content

    38. Oops! Your answer is wrong! Try Again Continue Study This question is the knowledge about Festival and Food . you might go back and learn it again. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food OOPS Q2 Main Menu

    39. What is the Taste of Sichuan food and the taste of Beijing food? A. Hot & Spicy; Spic zest B. Hot & Spicy; Light & Fresh C. Hot & Spicy; Light &subtle D. Spic zest; Light & Fresh “?-3” Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Quiz 3 Main Menu Learning Content Back

    40. The famous Sichuan snacks – Three guns( San Da Pao) DAN HONG GAO- “Baked egg cakes” Congratulation Next Question Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Congratulation Q3 Learning Content

    41. Oops! Your answer is wrong! Try Again Continue Study This question is the knowledge about Types in Chinese Food. you might go back and learn it again. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food OOPS Q3 Main Menu

    42. Look at the picture at the right corner of your screen, according to your study of “ In the Table”, what is the name of element 4, and what is the name of tool 5. A. Tsai; Rice Bowl B. Tsai; Chopsticks C. Tsai; Plate D. Fan; Chopsticks 1 2 5 4 “?-4” 3 Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Quiz 4 Main Menu

    43. 1. Fan 2. Rice Bowl 5. Chopsticks 3. Tsai 3. Plate Congratulation Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Congratulation Q4 Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Next

    44. Oops! Your answer is wrong! Try Again Continue Study This question is the knowledge about In the Table. you might go back and learn it again. Chinese Culture- Chinese Food OOPS Q4 Main Menu

    45. Reference List for Words • Rhonda Parkinson. Teaching Culture through Cooking-Using Chinese culture cuisine to teach children about the culture of china. Retrieved from: http://chinesefood.about.com/od/resourceschinesecooking/a/teachingcooking.htm • The work of Harmony-China Through the Art of Cooking. Retrieved from: http://chinesefood.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/XJ&zTi=1&sdn=chinesefood&cdn=food&tm=653&f=11&su=p284.12.336.ip_p830.6.336.ip_&tt=2&bt=1&bts=1&zu=http%3A//www.csupomona.edu/~inch/group1/cuisine.pdf • Chinese Food for Kids. Retrieved from: • http://www.china-family-adventure.com/chinese-food.html • Chinese Food Ingredients and Staples. Retrieved from: http://www.china-family-adventure.com/chinese- foodingredients.html Click the picture to get reference list for all the pictures in this project: Pictures reference list Reference List Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Thanks! Main Menu Learning Content Go to Quiz Done

    46. Congratulation that you complete all the lesson! ^^ Now, what you should have to understand: • Given students the word of Chinese ingredient, students will select the picture of ingredient I give with 100% accuracy. • Given students the pic of Festival, students will select the name of festival with 100 % accuracy. • Given two types of Chinese food , students need to select the tastes of them 100% accuracy. • Given a picture of table in Chinese food, students will select the name of a tool I choose and the function of it with 100& accuracy. Thank You! Chinese Culture- Chinese Food Thanks! Main Menu Back