The magnolias are magnificent. In the bright sunshine of the Shanghai spring, the soft pink and white blooms dazzled the eyes as they commanded pride of place within the central atrium garden of the new Twelve at Hengshan hotel.
As the temperature drops below zero, it gets harder for Beijing restaurants to attract diners out into the cold and wind. Special: Feasts and dreams
What do journalists do when they have an evening at leisure in Bangkok? They ferret out the best, easily accessible Thai restaurant in the city.
The Four Seasons Hotel Beijing has finally opened after much anticipation, as much for the fame of the brand as for the quality of its food and beverage outlets.
Ever since Tianzi Fang has filled with quirky retail shops and interesting restaurants, surrounding neighborhoods like Taikang Road are also getting their fair share of attention.
Afternoon tea is a relaxing ritual that reminds us to take some time off to enjoy a leisurely cup of tea and spend the time of day with a good friend or family.
A fusion of traditional ethnic culture and modern comics, the Miao Wang restaurant is a good choice to try local Guizhou cuisine and to enjoy beautiful hand drawings of Yang Zhengxiang.
Australian chef David Pooley says being a chef is 50 percent cooking and 50 percent bringing ideas together.
Unkai at the Hong Kong Sheraton was creating a lot of buzz with its chic business lunches and seasonal kaiseki dinners.
Empresses and royalty used to dine in the Summer Palace, an extravagant park built for the sole amusement of the last rulers of the Qing Dynasty.
What makes one Peking duck stand out from the next? It's all in the roasting.
At the threshold of another scorching summer, nothing can be more refreshing than a fruit feast and Sun Palace has it all.