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Chinatown London on screen and in song
Discover what films, TV shows and songs have featured Chinatown London.
Faces of Chinatown: Iris Ma of Plum Valley
Meet Iris Ma of the cool and contemporary Plum Valley restaurant and discover her husband’s family’s captivating rags-to-riches story.
Chinatown London: A Student’s Guide
From tasty discounts to cool karaoke, discover the best student-friendly spots in Chinatown London.
5 Things You Never Knew You Could Do in Chinatown London
Chinatown London is full of surprises. Discover its hidden secrets here and learn how it offers far more than just fab food.
How to navigate a Chinese supermarket
Head for these items next time you stop by
A three-hour food tour of Chinatown
Let us be your tour guide to get the most out of Chinatown
The Community Lunch at the Chinese Community Centre
A cheap lunch for a good cause in the true heart of Chinatown
Chinatown London: A potted history
Join us for a whistle-stop tour down Chinatown London’s memory lane as we revisit its colourful history.
Chinatown gets Insta-ready for #MyLondonDish!
Discover what Chinatown’s best eateries recommends you snap for the Mayor of London’s #MyLondonDish social media campaign
Instagrammer KS_Ate_Here, ate here. Chinatown, that is
Check out what mouthwatering morsels super Instagrammer KS_Ate_Here found when he visited Chinatown London
Blogger extraordinaire, Food Feels, snaps some Chinatown magic moments
From bubble-waffles to bountiful dim sum, discover what culinary delights blogger Food Feels unearthed when he took a trip to Chinatown London.
Photographer Tun Shin Chang takes over Chinatown’s Instagram
Discover where acclaimed travel blogger and super-snapper Tun Shin Chang loves to visit in Chinatown London when he took over our Instagram account.
Cantonese Cuisine: A Potted History
Discover the origins of one of the world’s most cherished cuisines: Cantonese.
Ode to the Humble Chopstick
One of the oldest and simplest dining accouterments in the world, chopsticks are the Far East’s weapon of choice.
The history of tea
Britain may love its tea, but few people realise that its origins lie not in the empire and India, but that it made a much longer journey here that started much earlier in China.
The whole hog – Chinese nose-to-tail eating
Nose-to-tail eating is commonplace in China, where they believe that no part should be taken for granted.
Come KTV with me
Pick up the mic and holler out your favourite hits at one of China’s many beloved KTV karaoke rooms.
Hong Kong breakfast – where East meets West
Famous for its array of diverse dishes, from congee to wife cakes to French toast, the Hong Kong breakfast is quite the thing to behold.