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Five Favourite Tales From China

Five Favourite Tales From China

  by Emily Clark

Our top five picks for books set in China. Spanning from imperialism to communist rule and into the modern day, all five illustrate the dynamism of this Asiatic culture from the view point of both fictional and non-fictional stand-points.

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Five Favourite Tales From Asia

Five Favourite Tales From Asia

  by The Glam team

From entrancing Chinese folklore to the importance of tradition in a world obsessed with western culture, these novels are our favourite tales set in Asia. 

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Kodomo’s Luxe-Family Travel Guide to Bali

Kodomo’s Luxe-Family Travel Guide to Bali

  by Cass Chapman

Kodomo.com offers authentic, well-researched information for families wanting to travel without compromising on the luxe factor. Travelling with toddlers in tow doesn’t mean one need give up fabulous spas, Michelin-starred dining and [...]

Tags: Asia, Bali, Indonesia, kodomo, luxury family holiday, luxury family travel
An Interview With Chef Sabir Karim

An Interview With Chef Sabir Karim

  by Charlotte Jones

There aren't many chefs that split their time between working as cabin crew and the kitchen, but somehow Sabir Karim, patron chef of Salaam Namaste in Bloomsbury, and Namaaste Kitchen in Camden, manages to do just that. After working in [...]

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An Interview With Chef Mickael Weiss

An Interview With Chef Mickael Weiss

  by Charlotte Jones

French chef Mickael Weiss has been head chef at the renowned London City-based restaurant, Coq d'Argent for more than a decade. Before taking up the position in 2000, Weiss worked at some of the most notable kitchens in the UK, including, [...]

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Restaurant Review: Kimchee in London’s Holborn

Restaurant Review: Kimchee in London’s Holborn

  by Charlotte Jones

While the US and European economies flounder, Asia, particularly South Korea, continues to boom. As is often the case, booming economies can transform the international food scene; the growth in the Latin American market and the opening of [...]

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