Why Clay-Pot Rice Is A Signature Hong Kong Dish
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Why Clay-Pot Rice Is A Signature Hong Kong Dish

Medha Imam: What do you get when you combine ancient cooking methods with China’s most common food? A delectable Cantonese dish and a Hong Kong favorite called bo zai fan, or clay-pot rice. Medha: I wish we cooked rice like this. Ewa Huang: You can. Medha: Yeah, I know. Medha: Hey, guys! We’re here in the West Village about to…

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 17, 2019
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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 17, 2019

>>Mitchell: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17: IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY HEARINGS ENTER WEEK TWO. A LONG-AWAITED PROJECT THAT COULD HELP KEEP VENICE AFLOAT. AND, IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT: EFFORTS TO SAVE AUSTRALIA’S KOALAS. NEXT ON PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.FROM THE TISCH WNET STUDIOS ATLINCOLN CENTER IN NEW YORK,KARINA MITCHELL.>>Mitchell: GOOD EVENING AND THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. WEEK TWO OF PUBLIC…

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Hongkong Dragon’s Back Trail Hike
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Hongkong Dragon’s Back Trail Hike

this is Hong Kong it is known for its concrete jungle and urban life but in this video we will show you a different side of Hong Kong that only few people know we will be hiking on the Dragons back trail it is said to be the most scenic hikes in Hong Kong the trail finishes on a beach…

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The Lion Rock Hike – Hong Kong
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The Lion Rock Hike – Hong Kong

This is I’m hoping The Lion’s rock hike Last time I got lost on a hike I ended up getting attacked by stray dogs but there’s quite a few people around this time so hopefully I will be there soon It’s not that bad at the moment It’s just this big long road as you can see it’s quite a…

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