How chefs celebrate Lunar New Year

CBC News published this video item, entitled “How chefs celebrate Lunar New Year” – below is their description.

Lunar New Year is celebrated not only in China but across Asia. Three chefs from Singapore, Vietnam and Korea share their special dishes, which range from tangy, refreshing noodles to warm sticky rice and rice cake soup.

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