Surely few staple foods are as versatile as nian'gao, or rice cake, a must-have during Spring Festival in East China.
Sharing a meal with family on Lunar New Year's Eve is the best way for Chinese people to get into the festive spirit, a survey has found.
Noble Court Cantonese restaurant at Grand Hyatt Beijing offers a special set menu for coming Spring Festival.
Xiang E Qing, a high-end Chinese restaurant group, has recruited two robots for its fast food catering opened on Wednesday in Beijing.
Celebrate the spirit of love, and enjoy a peaceful and romantic candle light dinner right in Beijing.
February 4 marked the Beginning of Spring this year, the first of the 24 solar terms, according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar. It is a tradition in China to eat a flour pancake, which usually contains rolled up vegetables, fried egg and deli food dipped into thick broad-bean sauce. Chinese people refer to eating this stuffed-pancake roll as "Yaochun", which literally means "biting the spring".
Most Chinese go home for dinner on the eve of the Spring Festival, but engaging an in-house chef is becoming a trend.
No matter northerners or southerners, all Chinese believe you are what you eat - and that is why the naming of the dishes for the all-important Spring Festival dinner is so important.
When you first fall in love, every day is Valentine's Day.
Children learn to make the "sugar-coated haws on a stick", a traditional Chinese snack, at a children centre in Tianjin, north China, Jan 30, 2013.
Well-known Chinese baijiu brands including Moutai and Wuliangye have lowered their prices just before Spring Festival.