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Chinese Fevervine


This tasty Hainan dessert soup has the funny name of "chicken dropping soup". But don't worry - the "chicken droppings" are actually made from a mixture of ground fevervine leaves, flour and sugar.

Ching Bo Leung


Ching Bo Leung is a cool refreshing sweet dessert soup commonly sold from small carts on blisteringly hot Hainan evenings. It is popular not only in Hainan, but also in Guangdong, Guangxi, Hong Kong and Macao.

Lingshui Pickled Noodles


Lingshui Pickled Noodles are the special snacks of Hainan's Lingshui Li autonomous county.

Hainan Rice Noodles


Hainan Rice Noodles are the most characteristic cuisine of Hainan province.

Wenchang Chicken


This ranks among China's top chicken dishes and is also an island specialty.

Dongshan Lamb


Due to its unique characteristics, Dongshan lamb does not have the muttony smell of its northern counterparts.

Baoluo Rice Noodles


Baoluo Rice Noodles are named after Baoluo town in Wenchang city, and are similar to Hainan Rice Noodles.

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