This year’s “Le French GourMay” in Hong Kong and Macau will be focusing on the wine and gastronomy of France’s Midi-Pyrénées.
Hong Kong merchant One Red Dot has named Douglas Thomson as its new business development director.
Drinking, smoking and hard work is the secret to living a long life, according to four elderly residents of a Chinese village where most live into their 90s.
Vietnam’s largest brewer, Sabeco, is selling a 53% government stake in the company to private investors.
Along with the influx of top Iberian wine, Hong Kong is welcoming an armada of Spanish eateries.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has shut down an agency that illegally hired over 100 people to work at a “wine factory” in Japan.
Wine Australia celebrated the free trade agreement with South Korea in Seoul last week and is preparing for a visit of Chinese trade on a “hands on” tasting trip this weekend.
The Macau Wine & Dine festival is the toasting the success of its 2015 edition, which saw over 20,000 people attend the five-day event.
Simon Staples, Berry Bros sales director for Asia reveals the firm’s bestsellers in Japan, discovering a wine market surprisingly close in sentiment to the UK.
Ivory tusks, gold bars, 12th century Buddhist statues and fine wine, including a bottle of US$4,000 Pétrus, have gone on sale at a most unusual auction at a military base in Thailand.
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