This article is part of our series «Eight Great Cuisines of China». Read more about the other cuisines we already covered: «Shandong Cuisine (鲁菜)», «Guangdong Cuisine (粤菜)», «Anhui Cuisine (徽菜)» or «Jiangsu Cuisine (苏菜)». What comes to mind if one mentions
This past December and January I had the chance to travel through China with an organized travel group as part of my NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) trainer training. I had been to Hong Kong before, but never to China and so was curious.
On 19 February 2019, the Chinese Visa Application Centre in Zurich has officially opened its doors. This means: new address, new requirements and new prices (188.50 Swiss francs instead of the 70 Fr. from before). Chinese Visa Application CentreGiessenhuebelstrasse 458045 Zurichhttps://bio.visaforchina.orgApplication
Zhang Zhijun is a tie-dye master. He practices a traditional craft for modern fashion.Tie-dye is to TIE small portions of cloth with a tread in a regulated manner which will make a pattern later. To DYE, after dyeing the fabric,
Before I went to China, I had indulged in a far-fetched fantasy in which I would find a wise Chinese doctor - perhaps down a little side street - who would welcome me, gently take my pulse, nod gravely, prepare
On my sourcing trip to Guangzhou this fall, I had the opportunity to explore two creative spaces within the city: T.I.T. Creative Industry Zone (T.I.T. 创意园) and Redtory Art + Design Factory (紅專廠/藝術與設計工廠). In addition to fashion, ICT and cultural
Guangdong or Cantonese cuisine is often seen as particularly high-end and requiring the most skills from a chef. Luckily, for this interview, I had the honour of talking with a very experienced Hong Kong trained chef. Originally from Guangdong province