Gao Ceng

Feature Reporter

Multinational companies to play a part in China's further opening-up

This year marks the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up, and China has taken a raft of measures and policies to open its doors wider.

European luxury hotel group thinks Chinese

Kempinski Hotels, Europe's oldest luxury hotel group founded 121 years ago, in conjunction with Beijing Tourism Group developed and launched NUO brand.

Diners develop a taste for farm-fresh ingredients

More restaurants are establishing links with local growers as the "farm-to-table" concept gains in popularity with chefs and consumers alike

Xiamen, a favorite destination for hipsters

The coastal city in southeast China's Fujian Province has been a favorite destination of Chinese hipsters for years.

A year of change as hospitality redefines itself

The Chinese hospitality market in 2017 has been one of changes, uncertainties and opportunities as the global industry reinvents itself for increasingly demanding consumers.

Taking on the men in kitchen

Yan Huiqin broke the century-long male dominance in Chinese kitchen to create signature dishes that charmed some of the world leaders during their visit to China. 

New resort era for Zheng Village

Many people consider a visit to a historic site as being incomplete without an overnight stay. 
Art & Culture

Restorer's craft nurtures ancient parchments back to life

Ningbo resident Wang Jinyu devotes herself to ancient and invaluable Chinese scripts and publications.

Vanke brings senior-care into local communities

Hangzhou Vanke, signed contracts with 12 local Ningbo communities last month to bring government-supported home-based senior care services to local senior citizens. 
Art & Culture

Lacquerware artisan helps preserve ancient tradition

HuangCailiang is a nationally recognized expert in the traditional craft of red lacquerware. Nowadays, this tradition is preserved in Ninghai County, Ningbo.