Metropolitan cities like Beijing and Shanghai are seeing a lot of wine-tasting events, organized by major wine-producing countries.
More Chinese are now familiar with Japanese food. If previously Chinese only knew sashimi or sushi, many are now also fans of teriyaki and robatayaki.
The herring season has just ended in Scheveningen, a coastal city in the Netherlands. But it's not too late to sample some of the creamy-textured fish.
China was to ban the sale of Nassariidae, a kind of small mud snail that have reportedly caused people to faint and vomit after eating them.
This summer Inagiku of Marriott Shanghai introduces a unique menu.
Hyatt on the Bund offers a special mooncake gift package, comprising mooncakes in five different flavors.
Swissotel Beijing Hong Kong Macau Center provides a selection of iced beers and cocktails paired with German delicacies.
Fountain Piazza at Metropark Lido Hotel provides one of the most relaxing atmospheres to spend time with family and friends.
Chef Tony has created some very inspiring dishes using succulent seafood.
Park Plaza opens its beer garden in the middle of the city, a hotspot to beat the summer heat.
Elements Restaurant at Hilton Beijing features Californian prune in its dishes at its dinner buffet, in collaboration with California Prune Board.
The idea of using tea leaves or tea infusions in food is so intriguing that many chefs have adopted it.