Going along with their delicious annual tradition, easyMandarin held its dumpling-making party at the school on Wednesday, July 7th. Chinese language students were happy to get out of the Shanghai summer heat to learn how to make Chinese dumplings, known as “Jiaozi” in the Mandarin language. Overall, it was a great turnout and a lot of fun.
Liann Zhang, Director of easyMandarin, says that the key to tasty dumplings is in the mix. Her favorite jiaozi filling recipe is with ground beef, ginger, onion, and a bit of soy sauce. When the stuffing is ready, the combination is placed into dough wrappers and boiled. Mmmm mmm good! ???!
easyMandarin, also known as “Easy Mandarin” or “eM”, is one of China’s leading Chinese language training schools. The school was established in the year 2006 and since then has taught Mandarin to thousands of individuals from more than 60 countries, including overseas students, interns, CEOs, heads of NGOs, consulate generals, and people just visiting China to experience the language and culture. eM is based in Shanghai, China and is internationally accredited by CSN.