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iReport: My favorite Chinese meals
Ever wished you had more than one mouth while eating in Chinese restaurants? iReporters from around the world prove you’re not alone
“Food is the sky for people,” runs an ancient Chinese proverb.
Peking duck, hot pot, xiaolongbao, fried noodles … travelers in China often find themselves stuck between choices of what to eat, rather than where to visit.
In a recent iReport assignment, we asked foodies to share the stories and pictures of their favorite Chinese meals and we heard from all over the world.
“After visiting 50 countries so far, China is my favorite for food,” says Tehran-based British iReporter Adam Amir Smith, whose most memorable Chinese food is the spicy and numbing Chongqing hot pot.
"It’s dangerous and delicious,” adds Smith.
Above is a selection of the best responses to the iReport assignment. Warning: make sure you have enough tissue to hand before clicking -- the post may cause serious drooling.
Interested in submitting your own stories, photos and videos? Visit our iReport page.