The batter for the fried chicken is firm and crunchy, even when cold.
The country may not seem an obvious holiday destination, writes Chris Taylor, but from frenetic Tehran to the calm of Shiraz and historic Esfahan, there is plenty to see and do.
From the 1960s on, residents of Singapore's idyllic southern islands were forced out of fishing villages and into high rises. A documentary finds many still grieving for their old way of life,...
For his owners, Thomas has been a 'really useful engine' for 70 years. Paul Kendall finds out why such an old-fashioned character continues to thrive in the online age.
Physician-phobe Cecilie Gamst Berg casts her fears aside and books in for a "super-intrusive" check-up at Bangkok's Bumrungrad International Hospital.
Architecture graduate stamped her mark on contemporary-style 2,100 square foot space to create an integrated family home.
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The former chief secretary, who will be speaking at TEDx Wan Chai Women on May 31, tells Gloria Chan that she admired her artist mother for pursuing her career despite being widowed young with...
Zhu talks about being a Woolmark Prize finalist and the challenges of producing fashion in China.
The co-founder of Pont des Arts - a collection of exclusive wines - says he is amazed by the Hong Kong wine scene, and also talks about growing up on a top wine estate.
Celebration of Queen of Heaven's 'birthday' began with boat dwellers and spread from Fujian, but is now considered a fully local affair.
Tommy Dunne, weapons master for HBO series Game of Thrones and films such as Gladiator, The Mask of Zorro and V for Vendetta, talks about the challenges of arming all th
New book tells the army of people working outside their birth country the right questions to ask about where they're heading.