Food Category

Spending is up, even with growth slowing and stocks slumping: China's consumers increased spending on travel and entertainment as hundreds of millions of people traveled during the holiday last week.Read More
As more and more Chinese travelers pack their bags and set out to explore the world, it’s more important than ever to understand this segment.Read More
It’s always interesting to see what products a foreign country offers that you can’t find back home. Read More
The United States topped the list of "most satisfying" foreign destinations for Chinese tourists in the second quarter, according to a report released Friday.Read More
When you think of wine, France, Italy and California come to mind, but in China, the world's fifth-largest consumer and producer, winemakers are determined: The desert in Ningxia is being transformed.Read More
Don't point with your finger, avoid physical contact and never give them room number four...Read More
New travel scheme promises fast-tracked entry permits for mainland Chinese tourists, but with one caveat: they must spend more money on hotels and food.Read More
Forget pies and sandwiches, Asian visitors are more interested in dumplings and rice paper rolls for lunch, and a dozen South Canterbury cafes will soon be able to oblige.Read More
For 160 years, Chinese food in the United States was molded by local Chinatowns and Chinese-American communities...Read More
China is a key foreign market for many U.S. businesses, one that seems likely to grow even more important over the coming years. But ...Read More