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Enjoy a sensory experience filled with ginger, soy, and chili flavors. Some of our highlighted recipes include “Sichuan Style” Mapo Tofu, “Lion’s Head” Chicken Meatballs with Bok Choy, and Char Siu Pork.

Did you know? There are 8 regions of China and each has a unique culinary style.

Meet Chef Jet Tila

From the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Normandie Avenue in the heart of Los Angeles to the Las Vegas Strip; from backyard cooking classes to battling legends on “Iron Chef America”—Jet Tila has carved a singular niche as a culinary storyteller. Thanks to his diverse background and education, Tila is as comfortable as a chef and consultant as he is a teacher and student in the art of food. 

I love introducing my kids to new flavors and foods, but even more, I love talking with them about what they like and want to keep trying more of. With Global Eats, we’re using the power of food to connect kids with different ethnic heritages and flavors, make their relationship with food more purposeful, and take the cafeteria experience to the next level.

Check out these videos featuring Chef Jet!

China: Char Siu
China: Beef and Pepper

Cantonese or Yue cuisine originates from Guangdong Province (SE China around Hong Kong), and it is the most widely served style of Chinese cuisine in the world.

Featured Recipes

Follow along and make these Chinese dishes at home!

Sichuan cuisine originated from the Southwestern region of China and is the most widely served cuisine in China itself.


Explore China with games and coloring sheets!

In earlier times, it was considered inappropriate to use forks and knives for eating as these instruments were used as weapons.  Therefore, most dishes in Chinese cooking is prepared in soft bite-sized pieces, ready for direct picking up and eating using chopsticks.

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