How-to China: German vlogger enchanted with Chinese culture

Updated: Feb 9, 2022 chinadaily.com.cn Print
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Robert Adolf, second from right, a German vlogger commonly known as "德国的包子" (Germany's steamed stuffed bun), poses for pictures with Buyi people in Anshun, Guizhou province. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

A young man from Munich, Germany has attracted nearly two million followers on a major video-sharing platform in China by sharing his personal experiences of Chinese food and ethnic culture.

The 24-year-old Robert Adolf is a vlogger commonly known as "德国的包子" (Germany's steamed stuffed bun) on Kuaishou.

His interest in China's history and culture started when he was a child. After adulthood, he came to live and work in China starting from 2017. Since then, he has left his footprints in many places in China, including some remote rural areas.

During his trips around China, Adolf is impressed most by China's various ethnic cultures and is now shooting documentaries about China's 56 ethnic groups that he hopes will capture the traditional customs and culture of the country's various ethnic groups.

In an interview with China Daily, Adolf shared his experiences and thoughts on Chinese culture.

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