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Ex-American soldier club turned into public space for music, food
After years of being left idle, a brick compound in Yangmingshan that once served as a club for American soldiers stationed in Taiwan has recaptured some of its former glamour as a public space for music, food and nostalgia.
 
Happy hour gets smart as technology pours into drinking
The array of products featured at the CES flowed into all aspects of modern life -- even freshening up happy hour.
 
Burgundy stirred, not shaken by sale to US billionaire
He may be American and own a major football club, Arsenal, but Stanley Kroenke, the new boss of a prestigious Burgundy vineyard, says he knows his wine and won't mess with tradition -- and locals say they believe him.
 
A lavish Chinese New Year's feast
A favored dish at the Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei (台北福華大飯店) -- the Shaoxing Chicken (紹興醉雞) -- uses specially-selected chicken thighs that are first cooked...
 
A Michelin -recommended Hot pot
Taiwan gourmands won't need to travel to Hong Kong to enjoy King's Garden's acclaimed hot pot this month. The popular stew of meat and vegetables -- which has been shortlisted by the Michelin guide three years in a row and has also been declared the world's best hot pot by CNN -- is available at Regent Taipei's Mihan Honke restaurant from Jan. 11 to 14.
 
Speyside distilled: Whisky, wool and walking in Scotland
Forget the three Rs. I went to Speyside, Scotland's "single-malt capital of the world," to brush up on the three Ws: whisky, wool and walking.
 
Timeless French dining
Opening his first restaurant -- Chou Chou -- on Dec. 10, 2016, Chef Lam Ming Kin (林明健) brings true French cuisine to Taiwan by introducing a culinary culture that includes uncompromising craftsmanship. "It feels so great to make the same food that I had 15 years ago," Lam told The China Post.
 
New York's legendary Carnegie Deli says goodbye
After 79 years of serving up heaps of cured meat to tourists, theater patrons and workaday New Yorkers, the Carnegie Delicatessen will slice its last ridiculously oversized sandwich on Friday.
 
Thanks for the calories: NYC's Carnegie Deli says goodbye
After 79 years of serving up heaps of cured meat, New York City's Carnegie Delicatessen slices its last ridiculously oversized sandwich Friday.
 
China's Sichuan cannot get enough spicy marinated rabbit heads
Chinese diners greedily crack open delicate rabbit skulls and slurp down their contents, tucking into a delicacy so popular in one province that it has to import supplies from France.
 
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