舌尖上的中国英语作文范文一：A bite of China
The famous Chinese documentary television series, called “A bite of China” introduces the history and story behind food of various kinds in China. It quickly gained high ratings and widespread popularity．I speak highly of this documentary for it vividly promotes Chinese culture, which is supposed to be a successfully marketing case. Instead of simply boasting various kinds of cuisine, this one represents the production process behind food. What’s more, it matches up with the lives of local people, which triggers emotional connection. In addition, there are many beautiful natural sceneries, which attract many people’s attention. This food documentary reflects ecological civilization, showing the concept of sustainable development. For all of these aspects, it establishes a good image for our country. Therefore, it can be described as a successful food documentary.
舌尖上的中国英语作文范文二：A bite of China
There are many TV programs on Chinese cuisines, but few are like A Bite of China. The latest seven-part high-definition documentary offers insights into the geographical, historical and cultural dimensions of what Chinese eat.
Filled with mouthwatering images of food ranging from haute cuisine to local delicacies, the docu captures the beautiful and refined process of food-making. The program is sure to attract both food buffs and ordinary audiences.
The bonus is, the show is not only about dishes. Every episode will highlight different people, who will tell stories about their adventures with food.
舌尖上的中国英语作文范文三：A bite of China
A Bite of China, a mouth-watering late-night documentary television series featuring delicious Chinese food, has attracted countless viewers, and moved many to tears.
Given its subject matter and time slot, A Bite of China was initially considered a "weak player" on TV. Surprisingly, the documentary became popular immediately after airing, and has made viewers go beyond thinking about delicacies.
"Man is what he eats," said Ludwig Feuerbach. From its very beginning, A Bite of China is not just a documentary about food. "The scenes of digging for bamboo shoots, hanging hams, catching fish using a net, opening a steamer filled with white steamed buns, and pulling wheat dough into thin strands for noodles move us to tears. What a lovely China!" a viewer said.