Discover traditional Spring Festival delicacies
Spring Festival is the most important festival in China. There are lots of traditions and celebrations associated with the festival. Discover traditional Spring Festival delicacies in China!
Shanghai quenches its thirst for coffee again
Drinking coffee is a way of life in this city. Being able to enjoy a cup of fresh coffee gives people a sense of normalcy during these special times.
Shanghai restaurant nabs Guinness World Record
The Heavenly Jin restaurant, located 556.36 meters above ground, was certified by Guinness World Records as the "highest restaurant in a building" on Tuesday.
Must-try foods in Xinchang town
Zhuzhidou Jitang Douhua is a kind of soybean jelly cooked in chicken soup. The dish was created by Lu Miaoxiang in 1905, while the brand was founded by his descendants in 2013.
Ice creams featuring Shanghai landmarks sell like hotcakes
Ice creams resembling famous landmarks have become the latest craze in Shanghai as temperatures surged to above 30 C in the past week.
Must-try spring foods in Shanghai
Ma lan tou, or Kalimeris indica, is a kind of edible wild herb. It is usually blanched, chopped and mixed with chopped dried bean curd and sesame oil.
Classic delicacies of Pudong
Ben Bang Cai (Shanghai local food) refers to folk cuisine originating from the Sanlin and Gaoqiao areas of Shanghai’s Pudong New Area.
Sanlin Crackable Melon and Pickled Vegetable
Sanlin crackable melon is a strange cuisine name for its crunchy texture. It was originally planted in the Qiao’s Garden and Kwan-yin Temple areas, becoming famous in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).