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Culture meets cuisine in Hong Kong

Several new venues are putting high-quality food and art under one roof.
Read more… 08 July 2013


The Passport blog

Is crawly cuisine the future of food?

As a new UN report encourages people to eat insects to help fight world hunger, we visit parts of the planet where crunchy critters are no big deal.
Read more… 14 May 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to shopping in Hong Kong

For variety and competitive consumerism, Hong Kong wins hands down. Local edibles, souvenirs, unusual gifts, period pieces – it is all well worth your conspicuous consumption.
Read more… 15 October 2012


A speciality coffee scene brews in Hong Kong

Despite chain store dominance and skyrocketing rents, Hong Kong’s blossoming caffeine scene is testament to a newfound appreciation of quality coffee.
Read more… 27 July 2012


Localites

Hong Kong’s zany bun festival

The Cheung Chau Bun Festival is an annual springtime rite characterized by parades, performances -- and thousands of hunks of steamed dough.
Read more… 27 April 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Hunting for the world’s most expensive fungus

Italy and France may have brought fame and fortune to the truffle, but this rare mushroom can actually be found all over the world if you know where to look.
Read more… 23 March 2012


The melting pot of Chinese cuisine

Uncovering Beijing’s culinary delights in restaurants, markets, schools and tours.
Read more… 10 June 2011


Sampling Beijing’s imperial duck

When the Qing dynasty fell in 1911, former palace chefs set up restaurants around Beijing and brought the dish to the public.
Read more… 08 June 2011


Localites

Hong Kong's unsung noodle shops

As the Michelin Guide moves to acknowledge the greatness of the Hong Kong noodle shop, locals point to the ones that were overlooked.
Read more… 31 May 2011


China’s top 10 Sichuan teahouses

Nobody does tea better than the Chinese. And nowhere is China's tea culture better represented than in Sichuan province.
Read more… 04 February 2011


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