Mounties are looking into a disturbing video of a confrontation this afternoon in a Richmond parking lot around No 3 Road and Williams Road.
A white woman raises her voice at a woman off-camera. She sticks her tongue out, uses a racial slur, and swears at the woman off-camera.
“Go back to China where you belong,” she says. “We hate you people.”
If you’re on the search for Sichuan or hunting for Hunanese in London, you can narrow down your expedition time considerably by hopping off the tube at Leicester Square. Set your compass to Gerrard
German company YumBau have secured the record for the most expensive jiaozi/gyoza/dim sum dumpling commercially available. Their Blue Diamond Dim Sum will set you back a huge £399 (that’s €460.32 or $517.03) and is made to order
There are few things more quintessentially Japanese than sushi. Unless you’re in a certain section of the Chinese internet of course. And for that, we have Justin Trudeau partly to blame.
Appearing at the 2019 Press Gallery Dinner (the Canadian equivalent of the White House Correspondents Dinner) this weekend, the Canadian Prime Minister joked, “I was hoping for sushi. I love Chinese food”, in reference to his gaffes last week when he twice referred to Japan as China in front of Shinzo Abe.
It was a faintly humorous attempt at self-deprecation typical of the dinner. But that didn’t stop some in China from taking it far too seriously.
Although pandas survive on bamboo, their protein-rich diets have more in common with carnivores than herbivores.
On the outside, giant pandas look like herbivores. They spend nearly all of their waking hours eating bamboo.
But on the inside, they’re built like carnivores. About half of the calories they eat come from protein, according to a new study.
Cantonese cuisine is one of the most prevalent regional Chinese styles in the US, owing in large part to significant immigrant populations. Cantonese food made …