The third season of the documentary "A Bite of China," produced by the China Central Television (CCTV), will air daily starting Feb. 19.
The documentary, which follows the successful "A Bite of China I" in 2012 and "A Bite of China II" in 2014, will continue to depict Chinese culture via food and explore the relationship between people and food.
This season has eight episodes with each lasting 50 minutes.
Wei Dichun, vice head of CCTV, said Friday that the documentary "A Bite of China" has cheered up Chinese documentary industry.
"The third season will resonate the feelings of people at home and abroad and become a window for the world to learn more about China," Wei said.