Blog Posts - Chinese



Nasi Lemak with Ice Genafo at Eat Scream Restaurant

Nasi lemak served in Eat Scream are originally from owner mother who is Indonesian born Chinese, she is a great chef and running Nasi Lemak business in Indonesia. They have long plan to open up restaurant in Penang and finally on September they lauch...

Try our Pork Buns Recipe for a little Piece of China :)

  Dim sum is one of my favourite Asian cuisines. The variety of dumplings, rice and noodle dishes, as well as fresh veggies, makes this an appetizing meal with an abundance of choice. With such an ample selection, one dish that ends up on my pla...
by Fill My Passport on Sep 5, 2016

Try our Easy Dumplings Recipe with a Variety of Fillings!

Dumplings are very popular dish in Chinese cuisine. When travelling through China, I enjoyed dumplings for all meals of the day and could not count the number of fillings available. Dumplings are versatile meals that can be made in a variety of ways...
by Fill My Passport on Sep 3, 2016

The Ultimate Guide to Shanghai and Why You Need to Go

China was always on my bucket list. As a child seeing pictures of the Chinese architecture, landmarks, food and culture, continuously fed my wanderlust, pushing me to make it happen. Then one day, I did it. I booked a ticket. I was on my way for thre...
by Fill My Passport on Sep 2, 2016

Index

The Index now features hypertext connections. Simply click on any title below to read it.Though this listing serves, I think, a clear purpose, not every posting falls easily into the categories. One essay might equally be placed under literary theo...
by Poetry on the Loose on Sep 1, 2016

The Vintage Chinese Checker Boards Are Checking Out

Petticoat Junktion Vintage Chinese Checker Boards Overload It’s time to declutter our den. If you’ve been here for a while you know I’ve started getting rid of a lot of stuff. The process began in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit m...
by Petticoat Junktion on Aug 31, 2016

Dragonfly and Fish

Here is “Dragonfly and Fish,” a fun painting which shows a cross-section of an underwater scene. You can see something similar in a lot of my “Tree of Life” paintings, with an underground cross-section that shows the roots of...

Pateti and Parsi New Year

The significance of the word ‘Pateti’-is derived from the Middle Persian word for repentance Patet. Papeti or Pateti is New Year’s Eve for orthodox Parsi’s who follow the Shahenshahi Calendar. The next day is considered as ‘Navroze’ whic...
by best places of interest on Aug 26, 2016

Chinese Super-Man VS Chinese Bat-Man And Chinese Wonder-Woman

  Chinese Bat-Man is sort of pushing the pounds a bit, and there’s a touch of comedy with him. Chinese Wonder-Woman is all business though. From – New Super-Man #2Filed under: DC, Versus...
by Comicnewbies on Aug 26, 2016

Chinese Super-Man VS Sunbeam

  Chinese Super-man previously lost his powers while fighting the Chinese Bat-Man and Chinese Wonder-Woman. No explanation yet is given as to why he lost his powers, and what triggered it to come… Continue reading →...
by Comicnewbies on Aug 26, 2016

Kong Kenan Reveals His Secret Identity

  Secret Identity is out in just 2 issues. Kong Kenan sure loves attention. From – New Super-Man #2Filed under: DC...
by Comicnewbies on Aug 26, 2016

Chinese Radish - an update

As I was checking on the status of my potted fruit and vegetable plants I was surprised when I saw my Chinese Radish, I sow these seeds on the 22nd of this month and two days after, it has started to germinate.. Radish seeds have started to Germi...
by A Housband's Blog on Aug 25, 2016

The Practice of QiGong in Chinese Medicine

The Practice of QiGong in Chinese Medicine - The use of meditation as a form of healing is one of the most important concepts used in Chinese medicine.  From ancient practices, it is believed that meditation links one to their energy, allowing them...
by Skipper Article on Aug 24, 2016

Koi Circles

Here is my newest addition to my Lotus series: “Koi Circles” The viewer gazes down into the water to see two orange koi fish swimming in a graceful circle around the stem of the fully opened lotus flower whose petals are spread above th...

How to Grow Asparagus or Yard Long Beans in Containers

My family loves these beans stir fried in little oil with onions, tomatoes and garlic. I highly recommend trying to grow these beans in your garden as they are very productive and resistant to pests. Asparagus beans are plants which produce slender,...
by California Gardening Blog on Aug 23, 2016

Planting Chinese Radish in a Pot

As I was checking the vegetable seeds that I was able to buy and collect months ago, it came into my attention a package that I bought in a local gardening shop in our place, this one package of Chinese Radish. Looking at the expiration date, it is...
by A Housband's Blog on Aug 22, 2016

Shanghai Sundays: Shangri-La Hotel, East Pudong

Shangri-La translates into Lost Horizons, which is fitting considering it’s easy to get lost in Shanghai, where the horizons of possibility and opportunity are endless. The city is an incredible mix of cultures, food, energy and buzz as one can see...
by JENIUS on Aug 21, 2016

Sticky pork belly with green papaya and carrot salad

This could be one of my favourite meals. I adore pork belly, especially when it is cooked slowly in spices so it’s sticky and gelatinous. This salad, which is vibrant with chilli and lime, complements the sweetness perfectly.  This looks l...
by Full as an Egg on Aug 20, 2016

Paper Lobster Restaurant with Extra Discount from ShopBack and Groupon

We always visit online voucher website for better discount when we looking for new restaurant to try out, while we browse through Groupon and saw Paper Lobster seafood package RM210 we decided to give it a try since got 24% discount for just RM159. T...

The Oriental Group Celebrates 16 Years of Chinese Culinary Excellence

Indulge in Some of the Finest Cantonese Dishes by Executive Chef Justin HorThe first Oriental Restaurant started back in 2000 in Jaya Shopping Centre in Section 14, Petaling Jaya. It’s been 16 wonderful and delicious years since then. Today, the Or...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Aug 14, 2016


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