We went to explore the 400-year-old Chinatown Binondo where I got a taste of some Chinese Filipino food.➨ENTER my Food Adventure GIVEAWAY [Ends March 20]

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13:43 Shanghai Fried Sio Pao

14:28 Ongpin Manosa Restaurant

15:46 Sincerity Restaurant

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  1. My mom's family are Chinese-Filipino. Most Chinese there are from Fujian. These are food I eat at home when I was a child, but actually don't taste like crap. lol
    The Shanghai pork buns 生煎包 are not new, it's a real Shanghai cuisine but they were originally smaller 2-bite size.

  2. And Mike, that brown sticky rice is called Biko. The rice is cooked first like how we Asian cook our rice; in a wok or huge pan are the coconut milk with brown sugar and pandan leaves, the rice will be stirred in when the coconut mixture boils and the constant stirring should help it come together before laying it flat on a serving dish or tray. That brown on top is 'latik', it appears when you let the coconut milk boils on a pan in several minutes until the oil and 'meat' separate — same process when you want to have a homemade coconut oil.

  3. I thank you are funny I like your channel. What made this show so funny when you are at work you eat when you are on vacation you eat how are you so skinny is what I want to know .

  4. I stop watching TV for more than a decade now. You need to have your own TV show and I will start watching TV again, just for your show.

  5. There must be a dragon inside of your stomach. Haha. I cant believe you had all of that ( maybe of course you shared)… you make me drool… watching your videos makes me hungry and full…

    P.S. i am having a video food eating marathon ( your videos). I cant believe i watched for more than 2 hrs straight already. Haha. You're very good at explaining…

  6. New subs here….. I love your journey searching for authentic Pilipino foods mix with varieties of influences, and native style of cooking Pilipino delicacies…… Really makes me starving, my saliva is dripping like water falls.. hahahaha! 😀 love it much.. more Filipino food please from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao..

  7. Mike u really need to go to Indonesia, a lot of amazing food there especially since u love spicy food

  8. The oldest overseas Chinatown in the world actually dates back to the early 13th century A.D. in the Khmer Empire. Han people from the Song Dynasty migrated to the Khmer Empire and created their own large community. We have evidence of this in the Bayon temple wall bas-reliefs.

  9. Im sure that theres a sub culture of fans who count how many times theres someone either staring awkwardly or for the entire time mike is at a place xD

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