Be prepared to have people staring funnily at you if you don't mix a mountain of chili flakes into every dish you eat. In South China, spice is the way to go, especially in summer.
Twice cooked sliced pork
Sauteed shredded pork with lettuce&black fungus sweet and sour style
Braised bean curd with minced pork
Most paper cups available on the Chinese market would not meet the new national standard, which comes into effect on June 1, according to industry insiders.
Jacob's Creek enjoys both the best and the worst of Hong Kong's fickle wine market.
If you like Japanese food, and fresh foods prepared on the spot, then you will probably like eating teppanyaki at Xanadu.
Early summer is the best time for al fresco dining. Ye Jun finds one perfect location for it.
A top Tokyo chef tells Mary Katherine Smith why he brought his artisan style to Shanghai - and why he talks to his food.
It is not a strange innovation imported from abroad. It is the natural Chinese way to eat local, eat slow and eat seasonal.
Quit the queue at the Big M, forget about TV dinners, China has joined the fight against industrialized, heavily processed food.
In one of the largest nations on earth, food has always been a top concern, and now both producers and consumers are learning a whole new lexicon of terms.