Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important dates in Chinese culture, falling on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar, and is a time of gathering and thanksgiving.
Post war Hong Kong, a bustling city teaming with hundreds of thousands of newly arrived immigrants from the Chinese Mainland;; alongside a renewed and revitalised British ex pat presence form the beginnings of a newly invigorated and flourishing cosmopolitan city.
Nee Hao Magazine have asked the tea experts at Royal China Group to provide their top tips on which teas to order with dim sum.
China: The Cookbook celebrates popular staples as well as lesser-known regional classics—some dating back centuries to the earliest Chinese dynasties.
At China Exchange, they know how to pick their battles – see Team Italy Vs Team China as they go head-to-head on whose version of the noodle is superior.