ACF | An encounter with Asian cultures and cuisines in Guangzhou
Over the next seven nights, special cultural and artistic shows under the theme of food and cultures in Asia will be staged at Haixinsha Island.
Fresh seafood up for talks, trade, and also taste at fair
Six state-level celebrity chefs and their apprentices will vie in public to win a fresh-ingredient cooking contest on the last two days of the May 17-19 Asia-Pacific Aquaculture Expo 2019 & Zhuhai International Aquaculture Trade Fair.
24 signature Asian dishes for you to try in Guangzhou
A list of the 24 signature dishes was unveiled on the afternoon of May 14th, below is guide to let you eat your way around Asia while never leaving the city.
Chinese scientists identify rare amber encasing ancient sea animal
An international group led by Chinese scientists identified the first known amber encasing an ancient sea animal called ammonite about 100 million years ago.
Asian Cuisine Festival · Guangzhou: When, where and what to enjoy?
The launch ceremony of the Asian Cuisine Festival · Guangzhou was held at the Guangzhou International Media Harbor on the afternoon of April 28th.
Koyama opens new restaurant in Guangzhou K11
This year, a new Koyama restaurant has opened in K11, the only high-end retail project in heart of Zhujiang New Town, offering you a taste of Japanese traditional delicacies.
Tokyo’s Toritama starts serving grilled chicken in Guangzhou this April
Toritama, an authentic “neighborhood Yakitori joint” from Tokyo, is now serving over 20 parts of the chicken perfectly grilled to diners in Guangzhou.
China's catering industry exceeds 4 trln yuan in 2018
China's food and beverage (F&B) industry posted a record high of 4.27 trillion yuan (636 billion U.S. dollars) in revenue in 2018, the China Cuisine Association said Sunday.
Young women tend to lose sleep before menstrual period: study
A study showed that young women are more likely to experience sleep disruption in days leading up to their menstrual period.
Catch-up sleep on weekends cannot make up for sleep debt: study
American scientists found that catch-up sleep on the weekend couldn't repay the weekday sleep debt and such an inconsistent schedule might make things worse.