Leading Independent Chinese Television Network Launches “Food Paradise,”
A Culinary Guide to the Big Wide World
New York, NY: Some say ‘I’ll believe it when I see it,” the founders of “Food Paradise” assert “You’ll understand it when you taste it.” A new 30-minute show broadcast on New Tang Dynasty Television (NTDTV), the leading New York City based Independent Chinese media company, “Food Paradise” aims to enlighten viewers on the amazing cultures across the globe by teaching them about the food native to the land. Delivered in Chinese with English subtitles and dubbing, “Food Paradise” is an incredible resource for learning Chinese history and for Chinese viewers to expand their palettes with an abundance of ethnic cuisines.
NTDTV host Yu Xin, a beloved host and expert on Chinese cuisine, will join forces with NTDTV’s Classical Chinese Culinary Competition award winner and current judge Chef Mike Chen to deliver exciting cooking demonstrations. While preparing traditional dishes they give the narrative of their ancestors, the various regions of China they have explored and the incredible and dynamic history of China and its dynasties. Through Yu and Mike, viewers get a sneak peak into traditional Chinese culture, which has long been wrapped in a shroud of mystery and mystique.
“I own a Chinese restaurant where I do mostly American-style Chinese food. I have
slowly forgotten the taste of home. This program has awakened my
memory. I have to thank Food Paradise for bringing back the traditional Chinese
food and culture. As a Chinese person I’m proud of you!”
– anonymous fan
Newcomer CiCi Li transports viewers to the streets of New York City as she travels the boroughs, visiting a variety of popular and hidden ethnic restaurants. Here is where viewers can discover places like Megu, a beautiful high-end modern Japanese restaurant in Tribeca that serves up dishes like crispy asparagus and buttery filet mignons, flambéed tableside or Texan style Hill Country, a Chelsea restaurant that exemplifies American barbeque.
“You are making me so hungry. There isn’t any restaurant and travel program for
Chinese out there. You are the first. My friends and I all love it. Please
introduce more restaurants in NYC. We want to try!!! Thank you, Food Paradise.”
– Janet W. Zhong, fan
“Food Paradise” is broadcast on NTDTV in the United States, China and across the world. Topics covered on the show will also be developed into original editorial content for Epoch Times, a leading newspaper distributed in New York City in English and Chinese and translated online in over 17 languages. In addition to “Food Paradise’s” website (www.foodparadisetv.com) and Epoch Times’ website (www.epochtimes.com), “Food Paradise” will also be supported across a variety of social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.