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Green and fresh: Vegetarians in China

By Li Hongrui | | Updated: 2017-11-24 06:06

Green and fresh: Vegetarians in China

Vegetables and fruits. [Photo/VCG]

Editor's Note:

"Do you eat fish?"

"Do you have eggs or milk?"

"Do you believe in Buddhism?"

These are three questions I often need to answer when I dine with people in a restaurant, as if being a vegetarian is something very rare.

In fact, vegetarianism has had a long history in China whose cuisine is based on large use of vegetables.

As Nov 25 marks the World Vegetarian Day, here's a look at history of vegetarianism in China and a recommendation of some nice vegetarian restaurants.

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