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WUHAN, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- Wuhan's catering industry has seen a better-than-expected recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, boosted by new dining trends and thrifty rules such as the introduction of smaller-portion dishes.
TOKYO (Reuters) - An explosion at a hotpot restaurant in Japan killed one person and injured more than a dozen, media reported on Thursday.
‘Heat resistant’ plastic spatula melts in boiling oil within minute during Hong Kong Consumer Council tests
Model from JMJ became deformed and melted, failing to withstand heat of 220 degrees Celsius as claimedWhen 17 spatulas tested were immersed in a boiling sour liquid or alcohol, five failed to meet European requirements
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand on Wednesday reported no new coronavirus cases for the first time since March 9.
BANGKOK: Thailand reported four new Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases and one more death on Saturday (May 9), bringing the total to 3,004 cases and 56 deaths since the outbreak started in January.
CANBERRA: In Canberra, when you place an order, you could have hotpot, noodles, milk tea and pancake of different brands all served to your home at the same time.
The food delivery boom has been a lifesaver for many restaurants in China as they flock to online channels amid social distancing.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Demand for plant-based protein foods is surging in Asia, suppliers say, as suspicion over possible links between wild animal meat and the new coronavirus drives some consumers, particularly in Hong Kong and Chinese mainland, to rethink diets.
FRIED chicken, hotpot, ice tea, fruits platter, braised duck, an assortment of grill meat and vegetables – these are among the food ordered by a woman just for lunch recently.
Qing Ming may well be observed very differently this year no thanks to the Covid-19 outbreak, but its traditions stay the same.