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When reports came out several years ago linking red wine and good health, wine sales soared in China. Western vintners descended on the country to... Read More

It is midnight in Shanghai, and on the stage of a small, stylish club in the quaintly neoned French Concession neighborhood, a spiky-haired, 20-year-old... Read More

What does a Chinese movie star do as a follow-up to a film career?Reprise a relationship with a famous director and learn the ancient art of liuli ... Read More

In the center of Kashgar, China's westernmost city, stands a seven-story statue of Chairman Mao. It's practically the only Chinese thing about this... Read More

Bathed in light, the snowy outlines of Mount Everest take on a serene appearance at dawn. My airplane seatmate, Nick, and I stare at the gilded... Read More

Shanghai is a city on steroids, growing more dramatically than any other place in Asia. Almost overnight a forest of 150 office towers has sprouted in... Read More

Strolling through Shanghai's French Concession, a faded grid of leafy boulevards flanked by colonial mansions, I stumbled on an old Russian Orthodox... Read More

About 150 dolphins are believed to live in the brackish waters off Hong Kong, especially around Lan Tau Island. Born gray or black like most dolphins,... Read More

When you're chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the world revolves around your next meal. His new Richard Meier-designed Chinese restaurant, 66 (241 Church... Read More

(27) Beirut Lebanon's capital lights up ... Read More

(46) China The year of the bunny slope You've tied up the yak, claimed a spot near the yurt's potbellied stove, and are happily slurping a bowl of... Read More

It defended dynasties for more than 19 centuries, but in recent years, China's Great Wall has become vulnerable to time, weather, and human encroachment... Read More

In France the creatures would have been dead and safely buried in a sauce, but in Hong Kong they're taken alive, squirting and wriggling. I'd come with... Read More

For her new book (The Greatest Dishes! Around the World in 80 Recipes, Harper Collins), T+L contributing editor Anya von Bremzen scoured the globe for... Read More

Thanks to a burgeoning currency and a growing middle class, Chinese travelers are poised to transform the landscape of tourism, just as Americans did... Read More

Openings listed by launch date: ... Read More

How can you be nostalgic about a place that you’ve only just gotten to know?This is the question I keep asking myself during a New Year’s Day lunch in... Read More

It turns 44 this fall, if we’re really counting, but in Hong Kong, where one year packs the turbocharge of 10, it might as well be four centuries old.... Read More

For wellness-seekers, the goal isn't just the outward journey, but the inward one as well: travel as one part recreation, one part re-creation. Higher... Read More

TOWER OF PISA FINDS ITS FOOTING Officials Plan a Dubious Debut ... Read More

In 1992 I left Delhi and began living in a small village in the Indian Himalayas. It was spring when I arrived. I got up every cloudless morning and... Read More

Before my first trip to China, in 1983, I was warned that the food would be terrible, and ... Read More

Shanghai, China's largest city, has a population of more than 13 million; countless shops, stores, malls, and street markets sprawl over the city's... Read More

Named for the Central district complex it's built above, the glass-sheathed, 113-room Landmark ... Read More

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