The Chengdezhen western food event is the Chinese equivalent of the Golden Globes, and the competition will feature food from the world’s top restaurants.
The event kicks off on March 23 in the central Chinese city of Chengdu, where a team of chefs and chefs from around the world will compete in a series of culinary challenges.
It will be the first time the world has hosted a western food competition, but the idea for the contest is inspired by the United States, where many Americans are obsessed with their local cuisine.
“We hope the Cheng dezhen western festival will make us feel like we can take the whole world’s cuisine to the next level,” Cheng Dezhen chef Yang Hong said in a statement.
The winning dishes will be featured on ChengDezhen’s website, including dishes from Chengshen (Chinese cabbage), Shanghai-based Shanghai Changsha (rice with sesame seeds), and New York-based Crematorium (beef with soy sauce).
The Cheungdezhen event will feature cooking competitions from all over China, including restaurants in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shanghai’s central business district, and other areas.
The international judges will also be selected by the judges.
The competition will take place on March 24, and participants will get to taste a variety of dishes from the event, including seafood, noodle dishes, traditional Chinese cooking, and a range of local foods.
The winner will receive a prize of $2,000, and attendees will get a chance to meet some of the competitors and learn about their dishes.
The Chengdao western food is a celebration of the culinary traditions of Chengdezhen and its surrounding region.
The city is home to a wide range of traditional cuisines, including Chinese, Cantonese, and South Korean.
Many of the local cuisins have become popular in the U.S., and the event is expected to draw many international chefs, including culinary stars like Anthony Bourdain, who will be at the event.
The Cheongdezhen festival will also feature cooking demonstrations by local chefs, as well as live music.
Chengdezean is a Chinese town near the Chinese border, but locals don’t think of themselves as Chinese.
“I think they call us Chinese because of our history and culture, but we are just Cheng-dong,” Yang Hong, a local who runs the Cheungdao Western Food Association told CNN.