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Apart from being a consummate home cook as well as an immaculate photographer, Mandy Lee’s wildly popular, chiaroscuro-rich Instagram and food blog deliver unfiltered expressions of the highs and lows of her life. From portraits of her adorable puppies to melancholic ruminations as told through food, Mandy offers an unvarnished and refreshingly honest take on life, death, and all the delicious food in between.



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A banker by day and a foodie by night, Andrew’s hearty food photos cover everything from fine dining to street food in Hong Kong and wherever his travels take him. Through his emoji-laden captions, readers are able to gauge the excitement that he gets from trying out the latest restaurants.


A through-and-through Asian food fanatic, this popular account features the best in dim sum, Cantonese eats, and sushi restaurants. Follow for dish-by-dish reviews backed by a healthy dose of technical culinary expertise.


Gloria’s life revolves around food, from food writing and food styling, to her perfectly composed posts of tastings at the best new restaurants in Hong Kong and beyond.



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Chinese-Australian food writer Janice Leung-Hayes is a central figure in Hong Kong’s food scene, simply by virtue of being the mind behind the popular Tong Chong Street Market. She has dedicated her career to unveiling the rich complexities of Cantonese cooking so that it takes the recognition it deserves as one of the world’s sophisticated cuisines.