• "For us the show begins on a plate and then goes to all kinds of places." (VICELAND)
Eddie Huang went to law school, got hired, got fired, told jokes, sold weed, did molly, opened a restaurant, wrote a New York Times bestseller, and now he’s here.
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21 Mar 2017 - 9:33 AM  UPDATED 23 Apr 2017 - 11:11 PM

For Eddie Huang, food is a way to grab hold of the world and see what happens. In Huang's World (starting 8.30pm March 26 on SBS VICELAND), the former lawyer turned restaurant owner, cook and author travels the globe eating, discovering what life's really like for the locals - and saying what he thinks. 

Real deal
“We show everything”: Why Eddie Huang is keeping it real
In Huang's World, Eddie Huang dives past the stereotypes and tourist traps to sink his teeth into life around the globe.

Here's what you can expect in Season 1:

Orlando

Aired Sunday March 26 at 8.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand

Eddie Huang heads home to spend Chinese New Year with his family and reflect on how the bizarre culture in Orlando, Florida has influenced his life and career.

Burgundy

Aired Sunday April 2 at 8.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand

Eddie spends a weekend drinking wine and embracing the culture in Burgundy, France and learns about the history of the region that makes some of the best wine in the world.

Borderlands

Aired Sunday April 9 at 8.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand

This week, he's travelling along the border of Mexico to learn about the dynamic between a developing country and a first world super power, and the cultural exchange between the two.

Sicily

Aired Sunday April 16 at 8.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand

Eddie travels to Sicily to discover the ancient Arabic and African influence on Sicilian culture and cuisine; and finds a new wave of immigrants changing Sicily once again.

Istanbul

Aired Sunday April 23 at 8.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand

This week, he goes to Istanbul to eat the diverse food of the region, and ends up experiencing first hand the changing religious landscape of a once cosmopolitan society.

Taiwan

Airs Sunday April 23 at 9.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand (Double episode, following Istanbul at 8.30pm)

Eddie heads to his parents homeland and explores the complex history of the Taiwanese people to try and understand his own cultural identity as a Chinese-Taiwanese-American.

China

Airs Sunday April 30 at 8.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand

Eddie Huang travels to China with his parents and discovers the most important dish of his life: Red cooked pork. He also does kung fu training with monks, eats at a 100-year-old restaurant known for squid-juice dumplings, and ponders what it means to be a child of immigrant parents.

Jamaica

Airs Sunday April 30 at 9.30pm on SBS Viceland, then on SBS On Demand (Double episode, following China at 8.30pm)

In Jamaica, Eddie to learn about the country’s economic struggles after its independence from Britain in 1962, and what it means to be free in a developing country.

Huang's World  starts 8.30pm Sunday March 26 on SBS VICELAND, then watch it on SBS On Demand.

Meet the man
Who is Eddie Huang?
Aside from a self-described “human panda” and host of Huang’s World, that is.