Time to do the dishes – and learn what to call them in Chinese!
For many people the art of cooking comes naturally, but no one is born with the skill. And for many, no matter how long they try, they just can't get the touch.
What's your preference, cooking or cleaning up? Chinese food or Western food? Learn how to make these choices!
Pick up some words and expressions for taking your Chinese friend out for a meal.
Different cultures have different eating habits. Learn not to make the same mistake as Rachel!
To celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival, people eat moon cakes. How do you say it in Chinese?
There are many types of moon cakes. Learn how to talk about them in Chinese and how to make them, too.
It's the direction that matters, so don't speed through things. Take them step by step and enjoy the process.
The concept of farming in China is quite different than farming in America.
Have you ever thought about spending all those years to get a PhD only to become a farmer?
Food safety is a big issue in China now. Wanchai Ferry took this approach on their newest advertisement.
Little Sheep is a popular hot pot chain in China. As the market gets more and more competitive, one must constantly come up with new ingredients.
Did you know that a bottle of champagne can actually be a lethal weapon? Only if the bottle isn't opened correctly, that is. Watch Martin teach Zorro the basics of opening champagne in this episode of "The Connoisseur."
Do you know what exactly is inside a bottle of champagne? Where do those gas bubbles come from? Find out in this video!
In order to appreciate wine, you have to start with the fundamentals. In this video, get a basic introduction to the world of fine wines.
Before you even take your first sip of a wine, there’s a lot you need to know. From pouring, to swirling, to smelling, this video has it all.
Just when you think you’re ready to sample a wine, there are a few essentials that you can’t forget. In this video, let Martin the expert fill you in on just exactly what they are.
A highlight of Chinese food markets is the large amount of fresh, delicious, and affordable fruit. Check out this video and learn how to buy fruit in China!
Ever wonder how wine is paired with Chinese food? In this episode, Martin shows us how to bring them together in perfect harmony. And don’t forget to toast at your next meal!
Which wine should you choose to go with Drunkard Chicken Shao Xing Style?
Which wine should you choose to go with sautéed shrimp?
The owner of the restaurant that serves meat dishes made from vegetables, Chen, explains his new found philosophy gained from running the restaurant.
Big brother Chen tells us how the food made in his restaurants, although it is all veggie, has the taste and texture of meat. He thinks this brings in more customers and brings people around on the idea of being vegetarian.