There are different kind of hotpot dishes based on the country and region.
History of one type of hotpot in China:
"Archeological evidence shows that the earliest hot pots appeared around the Han dynasty. Diners among the nobility each had a personal pot. The pot was made of bronze, and named "Ran Lu" (Chinese: 染炉). The main part of "Ran Lu" was a stove for carbon burning, with a plate for carbon dust under and a small pot above. Later, during the Qing dynasty, hot pot became popular among the emperors."
This is a recently opened, casual Chinese place serving hot pot and other dishes.
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