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Peking roast duck is widely considered to be China's national dish. This authentic and emblematic dish originated in the Yuan Dynasty, which existed from 1206-1368 A.D., and is well-known around the world.

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The national animal of China is the giant panda. Entirely unknown in the west until 1869, giant pandas were a part of some of the first cultural exchanges between the U.S. and the People's Republic of China: so much so, ...

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Unlike some other countries, China doesn't have a national flower. Many people favor the peony, which is often said to be the unofficial national flower of the country due to its popularity with residents.

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