Dongguan Gets Extreme

  Set in the foothills of Shuilian Mountain is Cross Country Carting. On a fairly large, custom-built dirt track, take a wild ride on dune buggies, Jeeps and ATVs (a

Dim Sum Reimagined

If you are in central Dongguan and are in the mood to try China’s perhaps best and most famous cuisine, you can’t miss Hollyii’s (pronounced “are,” or two in Chinese)

Cocktails In A Box

A few years ago, I lived with a pair of childhood friends in a raucous bachelor pad where we always kept one tradition. While cringing in hangover each Sunday, we

Reading Mi Mind

Squeezed upstairs at the still fairly fresh One City Mall on Hongfu Road waits an upscale bookstore, featuring a decent café, overpriced & trendy houseware, toys and one of the

Rustic Thai in DG: Thai Pai Dong (泰排挡)

Named after Dai Pai Dong—the large snack booths you’ll find littered across Hong Hong since World War II, but now are scattered throughout Guangdong—where people scarf down steaming bowls of

Chic Drinks & Photos: Victor Bar

A line of flower baskets decorating the newly opened Victor is just the first detail that’s building a sense of prestige and I was here for the spoils. A waitress

Hidden in BlancC

Hidden up on the second floor of Lingnan Cultural & Creative Center is BlancC. With a quaint French styling and menu, this could be a nice place to sip a

Going Non-Traditional: Buddy Hotpot

If you’ve lived awhile in China, you’re already familiar with the ceremony of gathering around a big, boiling pot of spiced-water and throwing in anything you can imagine with a

Let It Be: The Beatles bar (Humen)

I had been searching for a decent Western-style bar ever since I first stepped foot in Humen over four years ago. From my experience, Kansas City in the Grand Noble

Juice Planet

If you care about your health and are concerned about what you are putting in your body every day, this pop-up shop could be your new joint. Opened by 28-year-old