Fine wine and gourmet dishes will come together in a rare marriage with celebrity chefs and an extraordinary sommelier in attendance.
Tourists flock to this teahouse, attracted by the sing-song orders of the waiters, the old-world ambience and a simple serving of tea.
A big bowl of tea offered to the thirsty is priceless, according to Yin Zhijun, general manager of the Lao She Teahouse.
Zachary Yu is the epitome of grace under pressure. The self-taught sommelier is Langham Place Mongkok's dedicated wine guy and he is responsible for ensuring all the dishes prepared by guest chefs jetting in for Langham Hotels' first ever Food & Wine Festival are perfectly matched with the wine being showcased.
There are some dishes that capture the heart with a first taste.
When Web-surfer "Lachesis" found there were no anorexia support websites in China, she decided to set up an online group on Douban.com, a well-known social website in China.
The causes of anorexia nervosa are not clear, but experts believe biological and environmental factors and the current culture of being slim and popularity of dieting contribute to the illness.
Obsessing about body weight can be a debilitating, even fatal, condition, and it is affecting more and more of China's young.
China World Hotel Beijing welcomed the Mid-Autumn Festival with their unique mousse mooncake.
Get in a car and head to the Golden Castle in the depths of Yuen Long's countryside. The restaurant is a throwback to the early days of Hong Kong fusion food.
We all love sashimi, but sometimes the cost can get to be pretty pricey. That's why the all-you-can-eat Japanese buffets are so popular in Shanghai.
Cakes and dim sum always taste best when freshly made, and moon cakes are no exception.