Dining & Cuisine
A look back at the best of Jing Daily’s Q&A series, from designer Paola Sinisterra and painter Hong Ling to rising fashion star Haizhen Wang, coffee evangelist Mike Fung, and foodie extraordinaire Janice Leung.
While China's wealthy urbanites are cutting back on conspicuous consumption this year, particularly in the run-up to this fall's decennial government changeup and amid a tougher overall economic climate, one country that stands to continue to gain from China's evolving luxury demand is Scotland.
For new restos to refresh your palate, check out these venues from some of China’s leading restaurateurs, from flavors of Americana in Beijing to fun Spanish plates in Shanghai and more.
Given the high turnover in Shanghai's F&B sector, perhaps the greatest secret for culinary success is a strong executive team, excellent management, and a more comprehensive approach.
Despite the steadily growing presence of upmarket European and North American chocolate makers, China has traditionally been a difficult market.