Eddie re-discovers that Taiwan has a complex cultural blend, embedded in its history that has given it a character unlike any other place in the world.
Eddie goes to Los Angeles to shop for Persian rugs, links up with Roy Choi, and spends an afternoon with the Techniques loriders club.
Eddie heads back to Taiwan to get heavy into the heavy metal scene, eats Taiwanese breakfast, and explores cupping therapy.
Eddie jumps on board the Bangbus, links up with 2 Live Crew rapper Uncle Luke at Club Rolexx in Opa-Locka, and follows Chef Creole to the heart of Little Haiti.
Eddie heads to Mongolia to take part in the Naadam festival and checks out some questionable meat at a market in Ulan Bator.
Eddie chows down on some "communist dogs" with one of the few black Muscovites and shares tea with Kyrgyz immigrants.
Eddie heads to Brick Lane, where he chows down on some tikka masala with a British twist and takes us around the East End to have breakfast with Dave Courtney.
Eddie Huang shows us a day in his life around downtown Manhattan.
Eddie—The Human Panda—discovers that pandas watch panda porn and samples baby pig dick at China's Dead Sea Resort.
After a fresh cut from his barber of six years, Eddie Huang prepares Chinese New Year dinner for a few dozen people with his brother's help.
The trials and tribulations of capturing the world of Huang, from PA's barfing to missing the cue to drone problems.
While shooting in Sicily, the Huang's World crew almost lose a GoPro, then celebrate with the guy who saved it by eating salted fish parts...and salted fish sperm.
Eddie Huang is back going from D.C. to Dubai and everywhere in between to explore the cultures behind the foods we love.
This scene was deleted from the episode because Eddie decided to get high as fuck after he completed the introduction.
Eddie heads to Jamaica to learn about the country's economic struggles after its independence in 1962, and what it means to be free in a developing country.
Eddie travels to Sicily to discover the ancient Arabic and African influence on Sicilian culture and cuisine.
In Sicily, not only can you eat horse, but you can do it in a pretty wide variety of styles. Thankfully, Eddie Huang is there to taste it so you don't have to.
Eddie travels along the border of Mexico to learn about the dynamic between a developing country and a first world super power.
Eddie explores Mexican-Chinese cuisine in Mexicali, then takes a tour of the city's hidden tunnels. Note the homemade soy sauce michelada.
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.
Eddie masters the art of wine barrel making in France.
Eddie goes to Chef Musa's restaurant Ciya Kebap in Istanbul and learns how to make kofta.
Eddie travels to Istanbul to eat the diverse food of the region, and ends up experiencing firsthand the changing religious landscape of a once cosmopolitan society.
Eddie is at Matt's Latin BBQ in Orlando where he learns the secret to a perfect mofongo is a perfect pork belly.
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.
Eddie eats his way through a massive food court in Taiwan sampling everything from beef noodle soup to fresh pineapple cakes.
Eddie heads to his parent's homeland and explores the complex history of the Taiwanese people to try and understand his own cultural identity.
Eddie travels to China with his parents to explore his heritage as a Taiwanese-Chinese-American, and to discover the most important dish of his life: Red Cooked Pork.
Eddie shadows a chef during the long and intricate preparation of Eight Immortals Soup, a classic Chinese delicacy.
Eddie Huang speaks to attendees across the political spectrum at the Women's March on Washington.
Eddie is in D.C. for food and a pottery lesson with the NFL's Vernon David and Chris Cooley.
Eddie heads to our nation's capitol during the Inauguration of Donald Trump.
Eddie explores Toronto’s diverse food scene and multiculturalism.
Eddie explores Japanese individualism and singularity.
Eddie checks out of one of the best Polo clothing collections in Japan and discusses the influence of the brand and American fashion in general on the country.
In this scene from HUANG'S WORLD, Nick "Kickstand" Masciangelo shows Eddie around the big island.