The Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year in Chinese culture, and family reunions - often held at classy restaurants - are an important part of the festival. Take a look at what eateries in Hong Kong and other Asian cities have on the menu.
Dishes made with duck meat from free range ducks raised on an environmentally friendly farm in Ireland will be served at Vida Ricaat the Mandarin Oriental, Macau, from fromn 21 November to 22 December 2017.
Hot pot is a Chinese soup starting with a pot of simmering broth that is set up on a portable burner at the middle of a table. Diners cook meats, seafood, and other ingredients in the broth and then dip them in a dipping sauce before eating them
While Macau continues its cleanup efforts following a devastating typhoon that left several people dead and numerous others injured, the question on everyone’s mind is this: should travelers planning to visit the enclave should postpone their trips?
Pasteis de nata, or Portuguese egg tarts, are a popular Portuguese pastry that have given rise to a liqueur reminiscent of Bailey’s Irish Cream, only richer, lighter, silkier, and more nuanced. How will the market react?
Friday 27 January 2017 is Chinese New Year's Eve, the beginning of a festival that traditionally lasted more than two weeks. Celebrations in Hong Kong will include fireworks, a night parade, horse-racing, and soccer.
Top 10 Chinese New Year banquets: chefs at Chinese restaurants in Singapore, Macau, Bangkok, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Jakartan are trying to outdo each other to come with yummy dishes to dazzle your taste buds.
The Manor at the St Regis Macao, Cotai Central, is an all-day dining restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in five bespoke spaces - each with its own personality. The grilled meats, fresh seafood,and Italian dishes are all recommended.
How did someone who never wanted to try bungy jumping get talked into doing it, how did she become an addict, and why was jumping from the world's tallest bungy platform in Macau something she wanted to do when visiting Hong Kong?
The Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated on th 5th day of the 5th month on the Lunar Calendar throughout Greater China. It is especially popular in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and other places with large Chinese populations such as Malaysia and Singapore.