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Originally published on SmartBeijing.com, Jan 21st, 2013 | In Dining Huguosi Jie is an ancient street named after the no-longer-existing Huguosi Temple in Xicheng District. During the Qing dynasty, the Huguosi Temple Fair was held on the eighth day of every month of the lunar [...]

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Salt brings out the flavours in our creations, but now there is a line of flavoured salts available at THE drive-thru, a shop specializing in imported beers (they deliver!), herbs and spices, and customized fixed gear bikes – special stuff! Here’s a list of the salts available [...]

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Beijing, China – A couple months back, I posted several several images during my hunt for Beijing’s street food. The feature Snacks appeal ran in Time Out Beijing‘s [...]

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Some sights from my explorations of the day. These were taken using my iPhone. I’ll post better quality shots in the few weeks.

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Beijing, China — As I was featured Playdate for February’s issue of The Beijinger, Tiffany Wang (style and living editor) tagged along with me one crisp morning, to my neighborhood market.

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Beijing, China — Always something new, same place, same time. Another walk to the market brings in new experiences…

I ordered a kilo of lamb leg meat and asked for him to cube the pieces for me. The [...]

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — I try to follow my strict rule to discover a new eat with each outing. After a 15-minute cab ride from the ‘Golden Triangle’ I find myself in

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马来西亚,吉隆坡 — 一个同事曾告诉我去马来西亚必须尝尝那里的肉骨茶。根据百科全书的解释,肉骨茶是19世纪由广东或者香港的苦力带入马来地区的。做苦力的人需要吃肉骨茶获得能量。

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