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"A Bite of China" Exposed





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Published on Jun 25, 2012

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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP)'s China Central
Television (CCTV) recently broadcasted a documentary.
This was called A Bite of China, and featured Chinese cuisine.

Hundreds of millions of viewers suffering day to day
with poisonous food are longing for good food.
The program made some restaurants famous overnight.
However, it was recently exposed that this program was fake.
A featured wonton noodle soup was not from the featured
Guangzhou's Bamboo Noodle House.
This restaurant got famous overnight
as the result of the documentary.

The documentary A Bite of China made the Bamboo
Noodle House located on Heping Road, Liwan District,
Guangzhou City famous.
Many Chinese and overseas people went there for the noodles.

The program describes how they
use bamboo to pressure the dough.
The soup is made using a method of three-hour
slow cooking of pig bone, fish and shrimp.
A bowl of delicious noodle soup
is the favorite food of local people.

Recently, the renowned gourmet and visiting host
of Hong Kong's food program Su Good questioned this on a microblog.
He went to China's Great Restaurant food street
and saw the noodle soup featured in the documentary.
He wrote: "This is not a small Noodle House,
it should be here,
I thought the unnecessary vegetable is also in the soup...
Is there a hidden hero behind the scene?"

Soon after, the Great Restaurant validated via a microblog
that A Bite of China shot the program on noodle soup there for two days last year.
The restaurant claims it has used traditional ways to make
noodle, with 28-years of experience withstanding tests.

When netizens watched A Bite of China again, they found
that it was shot from different cooking settings and places.
The Bamboo Noodle House is only one of the scenes.

Netizens criticized that the China Central TV (CCTV)'s
fraud productions, it not only violates documentary standards, but also misleads consumers.

Lawyer Li Tiantian: "CCTV makes fake news.
It has no boundaries by making fake programs.
The country is like this. It has always been like this.

The government's dictatorship and lack of morality
lead to a lack of morality in business and in people."

Internet writer Jingchu pointed out that under the CCP's
unstable and dictating regime, people worry about themselves.
There is no attention to morality.

Jingchu: "Like Deng Xiaoping said, cats that catch rats
are good cats, whether they are black or white.
People care about short-term interests, not credibility.

The whole history of the CCP is faking on everything.
The CCP cannot survive for one day without lying."

When A Bite of China was broadcast in May,
netizens listed all poisoned foods exposed in the past.
A survey was run on the site, asking if anyone
thinks that A Bite of China is an advertisement program
and gutter oil is the true documentary program.
75% out of the 1,100 responded in agreement.

Netizens said that Chinese people's taste
is damaged by poisonous food.
CCTV describes fake scenarios to pretty up a scene,
but the reality of current society in china is more like in hell.

Jingchu pointed out that the CCP will certainly not punish
crimes related to poisonous foods, as it caused the issue.



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