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CHINESE New Year is an annual celebration which symbolises new beginnings to bring in wealth, good fortune and health.
KEEPING to tradition is important when planning a festive menu as some diners look forward to savouring Chinese New Year delicacies with symbolic meaning attached to them.
THE Mandarin character for “fresh” (xian) is made up of two other characters which are fish (yu) and lamb (yang).
Hotels and restaurants in the Klang Valley have lined up wide array of meals, yee sang and dishes for Chinese New Year.
KUANTAN: Choices are aplenty when it comes to a family reunion feast for the coming Chinese New Year in welcoming the Year of the Rat.
WORKING in a restaurant with a more intimate setting at W Kuala Lumpur has given executive Chinese chef Tan Kim Weng the opportunity to focus on innovative dining experiences.
F&B experts offer their thoughts on 2020's biggest food, dining and restaurant trends.
AS the saying goes, “You are what you eat.” Consuming the same nutritional drink every day can get a bit dull. This in turn could affect your health and daily mood. Why not try out the new Marigold UHT Milk with Malt?
Local mukbang YouTuber Isaac Osman has gained nearly 250,000 subscribers in just over a year and is famed for being able to finish whatever he sets out to eat.