AMAZING Street Food in CHINA | RARELY SEEN Street Food ADVENTURE TRAVEL VLOG 2017

AMAZING Street Food  in CHINA | RARELY SEEN Street Food ADVENTURE TRAVEL VLOG 2017


100 thoughts on “AMAZING Street Food in CHINA | RARELY SEEN Street Food ADVENTURE TRAVEL VLOG 2017

  1. As a Chinese living in US, I love your videos and your appreciation of the authentic Chinese food! Can’t wait to travel back and try out the street food in different parts of China! Trevor, you’re the best food vlogger!

  2. I want to thank you for many videos you made. My mom and I went to China last year and it was wonderful.
    Trevor, I challenge you to go to a small city in Central Java, Indonesia called Pati. There are sego gandul, soto kemiri, sate, gethuk runting, and many more…. They are locally priced and delicious. Different from Jakarta's price for sure 😉

  3. 视频里没有介绍地名,应该是大理的剑川或洱源。本地都是白族人,大多人的汉语还没有Trevor好。

  4. I was on this day in XAXI with my girlfriend. I saw you filming this video.. We even took a van together to Dali.. What a coincidence .. Your videos helped us a lot specially in Chengdu. Thank you

  5. Very nice food vlog! You really capture the culture and the food looks great! Can't wait to follow in your footsteps 😋

  6. I don't know how people can dislike these videos. You are awesome man especially your gratitude for the food it cheers me up.

  7. when i see the price of the food, the western world is truly the milking cow of the agro-food industry.

  8. I live Chongqing and the food is phenomenal! Nothing like Western Chinese food. Come visit!!

  9. I've become a huge fan of your series. Not loud and great music in the background. thank you for showing the rural part of China which is so interesting to see. Cheers!

  10. HOW CAN HE RATE FOOD THAT HE MAKES UP, THE VENDOR MAY SERVE IT IN A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT MANNER AND IT MAY BE FANTASTIC AND THE REAL DEAL

  11. Nobody should vote their travel or consumer dollars in favor of China or Vietnam.

    The YULIN DOG MEAT "FESTIVAL" in China is an outrageous example of state sanctioned cruelty.

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/06/17/rescue-groups-go-into-overdrive-in-days-ahead-chinas-yulin-dog-meat-festival.html?cmpid=prn_nypost

    The concentration camps and slave labor endured by the Uigher population is a human rights outrage.

    The Chinese-Vietnamese markets for rare animal parts are the #1 contributor to poaching of endangered species.

    https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/wild-laws-china-and-its-role-illicit-wildlife-trade

    No nation is perfect. Stray cats and dogs suffer a brutal life everywhere. But few nations sanction animal cruelty and violations of human rights like China and Vietnam. There's many beautiful destinations in the world with decent govts that make an effort to respect animal and human rights. Let's reward those nations with our tourist and consumer dollars. And by boycotting dictatorships like China and Vietnam we can effect change and go on vacation at the same time. They will hear you $$$ loud and clear. And they will change policy to bring you back because they need that revenue. The sooner we all jump on board that boycott the sooner it will result in change and the sooner we can all visit China and Vietnam in good conscience.

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  13. Trevor.
    Bro.
    I appreciate your Canadian politeness a lot but…
    It's just kinda weird and what no one does in China to ask if you are ALLOWED to have something in a dinning area when you literally see food just lying around.

    Just say may I please have a blah blah blah 请给我来一份 XXX
    Love from Berlin.

  14. It is 8.00 am and I am waiting for my food. Here I am watching your video for the last 22.53 mins. What do you think is happening to me?

  15. I wouldn't have any pork in China if I was you, Chinese put a lot of chili on these porks to make them taste good, most of them are not fresh and with African swine fever that will not kill you but your body might bring the viral of African swine fever to other healthy pigs, that's the reason why there are more and more sick pigs in China.

  16. How come everything looks so tasty and delicious ! Do you really enjoy it ?! Do you really eat it all ? But I love the way you are introducing Chinese food across the nation.

  17. hay food ranger,
    you are a lucky man to have this type of opportunities . I like foods and traveling but i don't have enough money.

  18. I love mozzarella chhese.. yummy, how lucky we are to be just watching other peoples experiences, I take it all in, because I know myself I cannot be able to afford to travel..

  19. u have a lots of advantage to travel the world. knowing chinese is quite amazing, china is big country and hving big possiblity to trade and make a benefit. u are potential of it . there are a lots of good sightseeing. i want to travel china and enjoy many foods llike u. anybody want it but not easy with lack of information so we need u haha

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