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In Asia, food is a big thing. In many cultures people ask if you’ve eaten instead of greeting you with a ‘Hello’. Food is also sacred in many of these cultures and is often offered in prayer before the community partakes in the feast. Street fare is common and you’ll always find a stall offering hot food in the wee hours of the morning. Here are some of the best foods from Asia that have left an indelible mark on the ‘edible’ world!
Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah
Travelling is always fun–you get to experience different things which you never thought could possibly exist and enjoy every second of it instead of looking high and low for Muslim-friendly places. So for our Muslim fans, here’s a list of Muslim-friendly food places and mosques at some of our destinations to quell your worries while travelling and have more time for exploring!
Compiled by : Jayne Kam
The dawn of Chinese New Year 2012 also marks the start of the auspicious Year of the Dragon. With a rich history that intertwines royalty, ritual and religion, the mythical dragons of Asia have long been revered as symbols of courage, power and wisdom.
Words: Shantini Suntharajah
Irvin Hanni and family look forward to be spellbound this holiday season.
Oh jolly, I can’t wait for my family holiday in Hong Kong this December! A megalopolis with more skyscrapers than any other country, this dazzling city has the perfect harmony of the modern world and traditional Asian charms.
With carved rice terraces that climb heavenwards, the natural splendour of the Yunnan plateau in southern China is matched only by the unique cultural heritage of over 55 ethnic tribes who have made this rugged and often unforgiving landscape their home.
Words: Carol West Photography: Robert Muir