Cybil Huichen Chou

The Kinmen Islands’ Xiyuan Salt Field has emerged as an unlikely tourist hotspot, while Michelin-starred restaurants like Taipei’s Taïrroir and Logy covet Zhounan’s heritage salts

Sustainable farming practices that use natural materials, soils and composts are taking root in the Ningxia region, thanks to the arrival of European and Western-educated Chinese winemakers

Taiwan’s wineries are coming into their own, from Domaine Shu Sheng’s gold medal-winning Vino Formosa Rosso and Moscato Oro Vino Fortificato NV, to Weightstone’s Blanc de Blancs and Gris de Noirs

From ride-hailing to e-commerce to trade finance, companies from the city state are being drawn to the sheer size of the African market of 1.2 billion people.


Taiwanese breweries, like Jim & Dad’s in Yilan, are attracting international beer geeks looking for one-of-a-kind holidays promising new tastes and experiences

Every March, suit lovers, including young boys, take to the streets of Taipei clad in their best ensemble to celebrate bespoke, well-tailored menswear. The event has been called the Taiwanese version of Pitti Uomo – the men’s fashion fair in Italy.