Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Eating insects in Changsha, China

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Eating insects as we know has always been popular in Thailand. But fried insects are also proving popular in China recently.

Citizens in Changsha, central China's Hunan Province, now have a chance to taste an "insect feast" at a new restaurant. The insect restaurant opened on Tuesday and is the one and only in the city, the local newspaper Sanxiang Metropolitan News reported.

Among the recommended dishes are fried yellow mealworms, ants, locusts, scorpions, bees and cicadas. Each costs 40 yuan, or around five U.S. dollars. Fried grasshoppers, locusts and wasps have become favourite dishes among tourists who visit the resort cities in the province. Link

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