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TV show embarks on a mouth-watering journey

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Ambassador's Kitchen, a TV program aiming to embark on an "exotic" journey through mouth-watering foods, recently began shooting in Beijing.

The show features four celebrity hosts: actors Li Chen; Wu Chun; Laurinda Ho, the daughter of late Casino King Stanley Ho; and singer Liu Wei, as well as two guest stars, actress Sun Yi and singer Liu Wei. They will take Chinese and foreign cuisine as a "bridge" to exchange cultures.

Before the launch ceremony held in Sanlitun area in Chaoyang district, the six celebrities were divided into two teams and sent to the embassies of Argentina, New Zealand, Turkiye and Thailand in Beijing, to shoot some footage.

Propelled by the stardom, the show’s hashtags have generated around 36 million "clicks" and drawn 119,000 netizens to discuss the related topics on Sina Weibo, an indicator for popularity in the showbiz industry.

Coproduced by Global Times Online and Beijing WiaoE Technology Co Ltd, the TV show is scheduled to air on Jiangsu Satellite TV and Mango TV.

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