The Yunnan-Vietnam Railway officially opened in 1910, and the whistle of the meter gauge train sounded the horn for Yunnan to move towards modern society.
For a hundred years, cities along the Yunnan-Vietnam Railway have formed their own culinary culture through the fusion of cultural features.
They are shining like stars on the land of Yunnan...
The documentary series "Food Safari in Yunnan" produced by China News Network, Yunnan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, and China News Service Yunnan Branch focuses on the Yunnan-Vietnam Railway, showcasing the unique cuisine and culinary culture of various regions along the route, promoting the natural scenic spots and cultural charms of Yunnan to the world.
Nanqiang Street was built in the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It is one of the two historical and cultural streets left in Kunming. When the night falls all types of attractive dishes appear.
The chewy taste of baguette is wrapped in a crisp crust, and the wheat aroma is mellow. The longer you chew it, the better it tastes.