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Q: Where can I learn how to make Chinese cuisine in Shanghai?

Okay I recognize the term "Chinese cuisine" is very broad ... but in general apart from Googling recipes, are there any places in Shanghai offering cooking lessons (in English)???

8 years 27 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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This where they meet Changping road line 7 metro station, in front of the Starbucks and 800 Show main building
There is a Google map for you as well on the site and they will even give you a class in your home

If you have any problems, contact lisa - 138 1814 4341
Here is a good WEB site for you

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hi,I am a chinese teacher in Shanghai. I am good at chinese cooking. I will teach you freely,
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our professional chefs can teach you cooking traditional chinese foods, like sichuan foods, cantonese dish,  such as fried pork bun, pork bun, chinese pizza and so on..

feel free to call me 15001863947 or visit http://www.81816972.com/products.asp?class=230

 

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i am not really sure but i believe most people go to culinary school to learn how to cook but again i can be mistaken

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