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Review: Hairy Crab Oolong from Mainland China

In Chinese, “wu” or “oo” means black. “Long” means dragon. So it is elementary deduction (my dear Watson) that “wulong ” or “oolong” will mean black dragon. 560 more words

Tea

New beauty gadget

got a new hair dryer…

highly recommend to those with fizzy hair

After I used it for 2 days, my hubby is already asking me if I have a hair treatment… 102 more words

Sat Kitchen

Hairy Crab Season, the Chinese Mitten Crab.

Hairy Crab is currently in season.  You will find them inside large glass display cases from most seafood vendors.  It’s the perfect time to eat it as the China government officials dare not ingest because of the current anti-corruption graft campaign.   178 more words

Hong Kong

Hairy crabs are everywhere...

… no, they won’t be taking over the city themselves. They are actually all tied up and sitting a fridge, waiting to be bought and eaten. 138 more words

Hong Kong

Food Review: Peony Jade @ Keppel Club

The Place Peony Jade restaurant has been specialising in Cantonese Szechuan cuisine for a long while, and to all fans of hairy crab, it has recently launched its Hairy Crab Menu for a limited time from now till the end of November, while the hairy crab season lasts! 590 more words

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