Kylie Kwong: My China

March 2018

Season 1 Episode 4 - Hangzhou

4.0 5 x
This Eastern city is the doorway to the Grand Canal and well-known for its scenic beauty. Amidst the lusciously green surrounds of a tea planation, Kylie is busy arm wrestling a 60 year old woman. Just to prove a point. The lyrical scenery accompanies her journey to a small town, home to a literary giant and the source of her favourite ingredient: Shaoxing wine.

Season 1 Episode 3 - Fujian Province

3.0 5 x
Kylie works her way to the Fujian province and the south coast of China. The region is the ancestral homeland of millions of overseas chinese of Southeast Asia. The region is home to oysters, Ketchup and China's gyspies, the Hakka.

Season 1 Episode 2 - Hong Kong

4.0 4 x
Kylie continues her search for culinary traditions in the familiar surroundings of Hong Kong. As she works her way through flying fish and urinating shrimps, Kylie wonders if there is such a thing as typical Hong Kong food. She finds the answer in a speakeasy.
February 2018

Season 1 Episode 1 - Home-Coming

4.0 3 x
Kylie returns to her great grandfather's ancestral home in Toishan village, Guangdong province. This is the south of China, the region of plenty, and roots for many of the Chinese of Australia, Canada and USA. As she helps to prepare a typical family meal, Kylie begins to wonder how much of her culinary traditions really spring from this small Cantonese village.