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With the second series of Chinese hit cuisine documentary series, A Bite of China landing again, diners definitely drool all over in the middle of the night. Such a program does help a great deal in promoting Chinese food culture. But such publicity actually dates back far to Mao's times.


So how did our predecessors promote our food and values? Let's explore!



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Women working in the farmland

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At least at that time we could rest assure about food safety from the farmland to our dining tables.

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Food cultivation

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"How large our vegetables are in our commune!"

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"Vigorously develop pig-breeding industry"

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