Five-star hotel offers Singapore Nurses Day treat to boost spirits of staff at two hotels as the Lion City celebrates Nurses' Day. But why does Singapore celebrate Nurses' Day in August when most other countries - such as the United States - celebrate it in May?
Vive Cake Boutique serves a decadent selection of indulgent sweets. And word has it, they are oh, so popular with some of Hong Kong top pop stars. Included are cakes, mini cakes, cupcakes, macaroons, cookies, and other sweet confectioneries.
Sydneysiders not wanting to dine in crowded bars, pubs, or restaurants no longer have to pick up take out or have food delivered. A Sydney hotel has launched a restaurant in room promotion. And it is proving so popular with hesitant foodies that it might be expanded!
With apologies to Rupert Brooke, there's a Hong Kong British pub that is forever England. The Better Ole in the Northern New Territories has been in the Yuen family for three generations, one of a dwindling number of family-run eateries in a city awash in chain restaurants.
Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts celebrates its first anniversary with a historic exhibition showcasing the police, judiciary, prison, and immigration systems of Hong Kong. It coincides with the 175th anniversary of the foundation of the Hong Kong Police Force in 1844.
I hadn't been home to Oakland, California, in 15 years. To celebrate a milestone birthday, I decided give myself the trip of a lifetime - a 70 trip across the United States, which I was dubbing "70 Days Across America".
Trade ties between the United States and China are strained at the moment, which makes an exhibition on the origins of Sino-American trade all the more timely and relevant.
Cooking class in Phuket, Thailand: how to make Tom Yam Goong (hot and sour prawn soup) recipe adapted for home cooks
Thai styled Grilled Beef Salad, or Yam Nuea Yang, popular salad in a sweet and sour sauce. There are only a few ingredients, it is easy to prepare, and there is little cleanup. Makes a perfect starter.
TamJai SamGor Mixian is one of Hong Kong's most popular restaurant chains,, serving Yunnan-style rice noodles, which come with a choice of five kinds of broth and several mouth-watering "condiments".