Fresh Off the Boat with Eddie Huang: Shanghai Part 3

Fresh Off the Boat with Eddie Huang: Shanghai Part 3
Fresh Off the Boat with Eddie Huang: Shanghai Part 3
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"At Chinese spots you want the belly-out chef just working the wok, belly out," says Eddie Huang.

VICE has just released part three of the Shanghai episode of Fresh Off the Boat with Eddie Huang, in which the Chinese-American chef behind Baohaus spends the last leg of his Shanghai visit eating breakfast dumplings and momentarily falling in love with the team of dumpling makers (“They don’t make shortys like they used to”).

He also goes undercover at a bootleg mall (“I look like I’m in a movie but I’m not”), and passing down knowledge on the most authentic attire of Chinese food chefs ("At Chinese spots you want the belly-out chef just working the wok, belly out").

In Season Two of the seven-episode series, Huang has also explored Mongolia with a tribe of nomadic camel herders, Detroit with Danny Brown, London with a Muslim cricket league, and China with panda exporters. 

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