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A British Chinese love affair: London Edition

Chinese cuisine as we know today has gone through substantial changes in tastes and methods over the past few decades. With the introduction of Chinese cuisine in Britain as early as the 1600s as a result of the Anglo-China trade, understandably, the tastes and varieties of Chinese cuisine in a British context has been refined to suit the Western palate, but nonetheless, it is the … Continue reading A British Chinese love affair: London Edition

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AllEat Weekly: Malaysian

Malaysian cuisine is a true reflection of the country’s multi-ethnic makeup, with three major ethnic groups, namely Malays, Chinese and Indians forming the majority parts of ethnic groups in Malaysia. With historical migrations and previous colonial presence from foreign powers, Malaysia’s culinary history can be traced back to traditions of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian and Bornean roots, with influences ranging from Thai, Portuguese, English, Chinese, … Continue reading AllEat Weekly: Malaysian