Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnamese cuisine features a combination of the five fundamental tastes, i.e. spicy, sour, bitter, salty, and sweet (corresponding to the “five … More

Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components and a spicy edge. Traditional Thai cuisine falls into four … More

Singaporean Cuisine

Singaporean cuisine derived from a number of ethnic groups, including Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, English, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Thai. In Singapore, food is viewed as crucial to its national … More

Nepalese Cuisine

Nepalese cuisine is a type of Himalayan cuisine, which also encompasses the food traditions of Bhutan, Tibet, and Northern India (particularly … More

Lebanese Cuisine

Lebanese cuisine includes an abundance of whole grains, fruits & vegetables, fresh fish and other seafood, as well as some poultry, lamb, and goat meat. Staples include garlic, olive oil, lemon … More

Korean Cuisine

Originating from ancient agricultural and nomadic traditions, Korean cuisine has evolved through centuries of social and political change, reflecting a complex interaction of … More

Israeli Cuisine

Israeli cuisine, which is comprised of both local dishes and those brought to Israel by Jews from the Diaspora, is basically a fusion … More

Indian Cuisine

Indian cuisine consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines which vary due to the diversity in soil, climate, ethnic … More

Afghan Cuisine

Afghan cuisine is largely based on the country’s main crops, such as wheat, maize, barley, and rice. Accompanying these staple grains are native fruits, … More


Once better known as Port Arthur, Dalian is a major port city in China’s Liaoning Province, as well as the 4th-most populous city in … More


Wuhan is the capital and largest city of China’s Hubei Province. It is also considered the political, economic, financial, commercial, cultural, and … More

The Silk Road

The Silk Road was a roughly 4000-mile-long overland trading route connecting China in the Far East with Italy and Eastern … More

Huangpu River

The Huangpu River is a 70-mile-long manmade river flowing north through Shanghai that was first created by and excavated under Lord Chunshen, one of the Lords of … More