F&B | Venezuelan migrants take arepas to new lands amid crisis

Venezuelans like to jest that their beloved arepas are so widely consumed that babies come out of the womb with the corn flatbreads already in hand.

F&B | Flavors of Penang showcased at the Feast

While every state in Malaysia has their own style of curry, the buffet promises authentic curry dishes from Penang specifically in a bid to allow visitors

Artisan presents art of edomae sushi

MGM is presenting traditional sushi crafted by renowned Michelin-starred sushi master Hiroyuki Sato, now the chef-owner of sushi restaurant Hakkoku in Tokyo. Previously the chef of sushi

Travelog | It’s time for a new approach to travel

When I overcame a flying phobia, I resolved to make up for lost time by visiting as much of the world as I could. So

Sensational Wagyu by Chef Hisato

MGM COTAI’s Grill 58 is known to offer only the best of premium cuts. This summer, Wagyumafia, the world-renowned premium Wagyu brand is making a stop at

F&B | Robot baristas are latest front in S. Korea automation push

Are robot baristas the future of South Korea’s vibrant coffee culture? Dal.komm Coffee thinks so. The company now has 45 robot-equipped outlets in shopping

Travelog | 4 ways to be a good traveler in the age of overtourism

In Paris, the Louvre Museum closed for a day this week because workers said the crowds were too big to handle. In the Himalayas, climbers at Mount Everest are

Food and beverage | Israeli scientists brew beer with revived ancient yeasts

Israeli researchers raised a glass this week to celebrate a long-brewing project of making beer and mead using yeasts extracted from ancient clay vessels —some over 5,000

Food & Beverage | Meatsplainer: How new plant-based burgers compare to beef

If you want to skip meat, a new era of options is here. Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods are among the companies racing to tap into

Breakfast in Style

For most of us, we do not think of breakfast as the most important meal of the day. Some even skip it because time is limited in

Travelog | Greece opens shipwreck sites to divers as underwater museums

Near the northern Greek island of Alonissos lies a remarkable ancient shipwreck: the remains of a massive cargo ship that changed archaeologists’ understanding of shipbuilding in antiquity.

Taste of Edesia | A Touch of Zen

On a side street just steps away from the Regency Art Hotel in Taipa, Zen by Maquette is a beautiful small cafe located among colorful buildings. Those

Lifestyle | When people downsize to tiny houses, they adopt more environmentally friendly lifestyles

Interest is surging in tiny homes – livable dwelling units that typically measure under 400 square feet. Much of this interest is driven by media coverage that

Travelog | Yabba dabba don’t: California town rejects Flintstones house

Towering dinosaurs stand among fanciful mushrooms in the sloping backyard. A life-sized Fred Flintstone welcomes visitors near the front door. And by the driveway on the lawn

Travelog | Dutch farmers to tourists: Don’t trample our tulips

Dutch farmers have a message for tourists: Please don’t trample upon our tulips. Bulb fields close to the Netherlands’ North Sea coast are a major tourist

Food | Delicious Endeavors

Slightly away from the hustle and bustle of the Cotai Strip, Altira Macau is known among tourists and locals alike as one of the most luxurious hotels

Travelog | Across Baghdad, a moment of respite and guarded hope

Baghdad’s main commercial district has seen more bombings than its residents can count. Death visited almost daily during times of war — most horrifically, a 2015 suicide

Lifestyle | 11 things you can do to adjust to losing that one hour of sleep this weekend

As clocks march ahead of time on March 10, 2019 and daylight saving time begins, there is a lot of anxiety around losing the hour of sleep

Fashion | Chloe shows floral prints, ethnic motifs

High-collared, fluid silhouettes teeming with detail: That’s the recipe at Chloe, which showcased its latest winter collection at Paris Fashion Week yesterday. Some highlights of the

Travelog | Weird Paris debut of immersive Stalinist reality show DAU

Imagine setting aside two years of your life to work, sleep and procreate in a fake Stalinist physics lab. A place where secret police or hidden microphones

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