Weddings can be a fascinating (and fun) window into different ways of life, whether the traditions have their roots in culture or religion and are recent or age-old. Here’s what a traditional wedding would like in Asia.
Any traveller hoping to visit Japan knows that the country’s incredible cuisine is unlike any other.
One of the greatest travelling adventures is throwing yourself into a new culture by experiencing the local cuisine, however unusual it may seem.
People are always telling us that one of the main reasons for travelling to China is to taste authentic Asian food; having enjoyed a taste of China at home, the next step is to travel abroad and discover the roots of these tastes.
Sake is often the spirit that comes to mind when we think of Japan, but this country has developed an impressive range of spirits and liqueurs over centuries which are totally unique to the nation.
Every year, the 16th January is International Hot and Spicy Food Day! Perhaps you’re wondering why there is such a thing as International Hot and Spicy Food Day?
Ah breakfast, oft lauded as the most important meal of the day, the food that wakes us up and fuels us through those first few crucial hours of the day.
Bright lights on the Bund, mazes of backstreets and buzzing markets make up Shanghai, China’s biggest city.