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2020/09/21 | every little d

Cantine Marais: A Home Goods Store That Does Fine Dining Right

Good restaurants can be defined by how little they need on top of the simple act of eating. Whether you’re dining alone or celebrating a special occasion — this new spot in Taipei may be the ideal.

2019/08/06 | FORTUNE

Vietnamese Egg Coffee Is Trending, Would You Try It?

Traditional cà phê trúng (Vietnamese egg coffee) is now trending in North America, but what is it made of?

2018/08/21 | AsiaGlobal Online

ANALYSIS: Why 'Good Food' Is Fundamental to China's Future

Food safety scandals have blighted the public's confidence in society and its institutions, leaving space for a growing alternative food movement.

2017/09/03 | TNL 編輯

Best Hot Pot Places in Taipei

Hot pot comes in all kinds of flavors and price points in Taipei and here is a list of hot pot places you should try.

2017/06/05 | Wu Dongping

Reliance on Foreign Tech Puts Strain on China’s Genetics Market

Despite being a global leader in DNA sequencing, the country’s dependence on overseas knowledge leaves it struggling to replicate others’ success.

2017/05/11 | James Baron

In the Shade: Exploring Taipei's 'Little Indonesia'

Check out the mouth-watering offerings and curious bicultural idiosyncrasies in Taipei's little slice of Jakarta.

2017/04/24 | Sarah Lee Stones

Instagram Snaps of Japanese Foods You May Not Have Heard Of

While most people are familiar with sushi and Japanese sweet potato, there are a lot of more adventurous Japanese foods out there. If you're looking to try something new and exciting, Japan has plenty to offer.

2017/03/22 | Chen Yudan

What Food Tells Us About China’s Confused National Identity

Variety is the country’s culinary hallmark, but it doesn’t help the Chinese pin down exactly what it means to be Chinese.

2017/02/08 | Steven Crook

South Taiwan’s Hakka Strongholds (Part One)

Taiwan’s southern half is a stronghold of Taiwanese Holo culture, and it’s where you will find the ancient former capital, Tainan, as well as Kaohsiung. At the same time, the south has intriguing pockets of Hakka culture and tradition waiting to be explored.

2017/02/01 | Steven Crook

Guabao: Getting a Handle on the Taiwanese 'Hamburger' (Plus Recipe)

Compared to the cult-like veneration of beef noodles, hot pot, and stinky tofu in Taiwan, the guabao (割包 or 刈包) is an underappreciated snack. What English-speakers often call 'the Taiwanese hamburger' is available in every town and city, but certainly not on every street, nor even in many night markets.

2017/01/30 | Scott Weaver

Islamic Flavors Blending Well in Taipei

More Muslim tourists means more demand for halal-certified restaurants.

2017/01/30 | Jules Quartly

Two Ends of the Celebrity Chef Spectrum in Taiwan

Famous foreign personalities like Jamie Oliver bring business expertise, but in the long run it is local master chefs like André Chiang who will carry the torch.

2017/01/29 | Steven Crook and Katy Hui-wen Hung

Fungus Among Us: The History of Mushrooms in Taiwan

Taiwan has a long history of growing a wide variety of mushrooms, and was once a major exporter.

2017/01/22 | Jules Quartly

From Night Market Treats to Food Court Fine Dining

The evolution of Taiwan’s mass market eating establishments has speeded up over the past decade to meet developing tastes and higher expectations.

2017/01/19 | Hew Wai Weng

Reclaiming Halal and the Commercialization of Islam

Hew Wai Weng takes a look at what constitutes halal in contemporary Malaysia — a certification that today is less about faith and more about the commercialisation of Islam.