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Food & Wine in Northeast Asia

Taiwan

Taiwan food: Around a tribal table

Tatyana Leonov The secret is out: indigenous Taiwan cuisine is exceptional, writes Tatyana Leonov.

Japan

Mealtime as meditation

Mousse of lily bulb

Japan's kaiseki cuisine is influencing chefs around the world, writes Leisa Tyler.

I know this great little place ... Michelle Garnaut

Simon Thomsen Expat Australian Michelle Garnaut opened her first restaurant in China in Shanghai in 1999.

Gourmet travel

Dine-in delights: the world's best hotel restaurants

Las Balsas

Ute Junker When the food matters as much as the rooms, check our list of hot hotels, writes Ute Junker.

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Barbie Cafe opens in Taipei

Barbie Cafe, Taiwan

With hot pink sofas, high heel-shaped tables and chairs decorated with tutus, the first Barbie-themed restaurant has opened in Taiwan, catering to fans of the iconic doll.

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Gourmet travel

New wave of foodies want their caviar, too

Jane E. Fraser As appreciation for good food and wine continues to grow, Australians are pursuing gourmet pleasures in unexpected destinations.

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Travel News

Dubai: Two French base jumpers break world record with Burj Khalifa leap

Base jumpers break world record in Dubai (Thumbnail)

ANNIE DANG 3:31pm | Base jumpers break world record after spectacular leap from world's tallest building.

Brisbane petrol prices to settle for long weekend

MARISSA CALLIGEROS 2:02pm | There is likely to be some relief for motorists this long weekend following an Easter of high petrol prices.

Mount Baw Baw resort handed over to private operator

JASON DOWLING 9:50pm | Management of the troubled Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resort has been transferred from the government to a private operator after another year of losses and millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies.

Flashing, spitting and stealing knickers: strange things that can get you deported

OLIVER SMITH 10:10am | A British woman was arrested and threatened with deportation this week after Sri Lankan authorities took offence to her Buddha tattoo.

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