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  • Eight things you (probably) didn't know about the year of the horse

    Eight things you (probably) didn't know about the year of the horse

    As the Chinese say goodbye to the year of the snake, we look at eight things you really should know about the year of the horseThe 15-day celebration of Chinese new year starts on Friday, with the first new moon of the calendar year. The day marks the end of the year of the water snake and welcomes...

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  • Forget crispy duck: regional Chinese food is taking over Britain

    Forget crispy duck: regional Chinese food is taking over Britain

    After decades of Cantonese food adapted to sweet western tastes, British diners can now try bold, spicy specialities from Sichuan, Hunan, Shanghai and GuizhouKai Wang and her friends like to sniff out the latest regional Chinese restaurants: a tiny cafe in east London specialising in food from Chin...

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  • A life of noodles comes full circle

    A life of noodles comes full circle

    At 50, Ivan Orkin appears to have pulled off a chain of unprecedented feats.He is the first American brave (or foolish) enough to open his own ramen shop in Tokyo. (He now has two.)He is the first chef to publish a cookbook/memoir, "Ivan Ramen," in the United States before even opening a restaurant ...

  • 'Don't eat cat and dog meat' - activists to Chinese diners

    'Don't eat cat and dog meat' - activists to Chinese diners

    Animal rights campaigners have launched a poster campaign urging Chinese diners to turn down cat and dog dishes, with the group calling for the creatures to be considered "friends not food".The 279 adverts were put up in 14 cities including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, Hong Kong-based campaign g...

    Read More: Meat, restaurant
  • Now, New York style eat-outs in Islamabad

    Now, New York style eat-outs in Islamabad

    The search for good food in Pakistan's federal capital ends right here.Secret restaurants peppered across Islamabad are what everyone is clamouring for.These New York-style clandestine haunts are a force to reckon with, especially when you know that it takes almost two weeks to get a table.Based out...

  • Starbucks overcharging Chinese consumers?

    Starbucks overcharging Chinese consumers?

    Starbucks has become the latest foreign firm to be roasted by China's state-run media, with a series of accusations that the world's largest coffee shop chain is overcharging Chinese consumers.State broadcaster CCTV aired a seven-minute report criticising the firm's pricing in China, arguing that a ...

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  • How to make perfect Singapore noodles

    How to make perfect Singapore noodles

    Forget your memories of takeaway stodge - when done well, this Cantonese creation is colourful, light and nutritiousI spent some enjoyable minutes flicking through a book on Singaporean cuisine, pausing at recipes for prawn laksa, and egg roti, fish head curry and hainanese chicken rice, before disc...

  • Philadelphia tries less salt in Chinese take-out food

    Philadelphia tries less salt in Chinese take-out food

    Fast food in Philadelphia is getting a little bit healthier.More than 200 take-out Chinese restaurants have been working to reduce the amount of salt in their food. Preliminary results show a 20 percent sodium reduction in some dishes.Researchers hope the Healthy Chinese Take-Out Initiative will les...

    Read More: Salt, fast food, healthy, take out
  • Kitchen secrets of Confucius, the great Chinese philosopher

    Kitchen secrets of Confucius, the great Chinese philosopher

    The descendants of ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius are endeavouring to preserve and popularise the family's cuisine, as they believe his culinary thinking is largely ignored."Confucius was a great thinker and educator, but he was also undoubtedly a gourmet," said Kong Deban, a 77th-generation ...

  • Welcome to this Chinese tea party

    Welcome to this Chinese tea party

    1. Why are dim sums inextricably associated with tea?In China, home of the first three millennia of tea history, tea was first used as a medicine; then, as an upper-class indulgence being the favourite beverage in the imperial courts. Today, it is a household staple. Teas are paired with sweet or sa...

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