Eat in China..
IF you’re looking for a nice brew, a cuppa, a chai or any kind of hot water infused with tea, Asia has you covered. Not only were there enough British colonies in this part of the world to have brought their national drink with them long enough to make it stick, but other Asian nations have a long, long history with the beverage as well, and their own variations. Let’s take a look.
YOU won’t travel far in Asia without bumping into a crumbling ruin, temple, city or landmark built by a civilization that no longer exists. While many of these have been abandoned and are in want of some repair, with nature at times already taking over, some have been restored to something of their former glory.…>
IF you’re from anywhere in the Western world, you were probably raised at least in part on Chinese take-out. Sweet and sour or General Tso’s chicken, pork fried rice, fortune cookies. The offerings at most quick and dirty Chinese take-away places are typically delicious, but limited. When you arrive in China, however, you’ll find that…>
ONE of the greatest things about visiting Asia is, hands down, the food. This isn’t Wok n’ Roll slop from your local food cart or rubbery overpriced pad Thai delivery – it’s the real deal. The cuisine varies widely, and deliciously, across the region but these five cities are great jumping off points for getting…>
Brunch has been a Sunday institution for more than a century, since the term was first coined in England in 1896. A hybrid of breakfast and lunch, brunch has come to symbolize an indulgent, lazy Sunday afternoon of good eats, perhaps a few cocktails to put out the fire from the night before, and for…>
AS any working stiff knows, the best hour of any weekday is happy hour, that magical window of time during which friends and colleagues gather to imbibe and forget the office for a while. Here are some of the best spots in Beijing to pop into for an affordable after work drink. 1. Brussels Bar,…>
Find accommodation in Beijing to suit your budget on Agoda.com TO see Beijing today, the city appears to be in a perpetual state of growth. New shops, bars, restaurants, businesses and social events spring up all the time. It’s hard to believe that only a few decades ago, Beijing was closed off to most of…>
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