A piece I put together for Australia’s Holidays for Couples April 2016 issue, featuring some of my regular haunts and favourite places. To read more, download the PDF here.
An Art Deco journey through Shanghai’s belle époque for Lonely Planet Shanghai is home to one of the richest collections of Art Deco architectures in the world. Unlike Miami and New York, some buildings of the Art Deco era in Shanghai combine elements of both Art Deco and “Chinese Deco”, fusing elements of Chinese […]
48H in Macau for the South China Morning Post July 2015 I contributed to this Macau issue on several stories: 1. Interviewed the President of the Macanese gastronomy association Luis Machado and his favourite spots to eat here 2. Where locals shop in Macau here 3. Macau’s latest trend Hello Kitty Obrigado that does good Hokkaido […]
Here’s the original piece I wrote for the SCMP Life section. The long version here: Hot on the heels of Hong Kong’s trendy cafés and speciality brews, Macau has an underground coffee culture scene that started taking shape the last two years. While there was never a coffee appreciation culture to speak of, the cha […]
Here’s the longer and original piece I wrote for the SCMP 25+ column that they have recently retired. It was about places that are over 25 years old, and in Macau, it’s very easy to find. Chu Kei has been around over 50 years, has pretty much the same menu and recipes and generations of the […]