I’ve never been a fan of sharing food, which is why the thought of going out in a crowd for tapas or meze fills me with terror. It’s not the food itself – I love it and am happy to indulge when there are no more than four of us – Continue Reading
“Seeing this steady stream of alleged putridity emanating from Weinstein’s past comes as no surprise to me at all.” Silence, they say, is the most powerful noise in cinema. We know now that there has been an awful lot of silence behind the cameras when it comes to Harvey Weinstein. Today, Continue Reading
Whenever I hear the word Christmas I think of three things, pepperpot, garlic pork and black cake. Not gold, frankincense and myrrh.
The name Macao has always intrigued me, but it was not a destination that I ever expected to visit. I knew little about it, other than it was a former Portuguese colony, that is close to Hong Kong and my father liked to go gambling there in the 1970’s. However, with Continue Reading
Words and photos by Jonathan Phang
It never occurs to me to take holidays within the UK. For me, travel is synonymous with the word foreign, thus I confess that I am ignorant of the many beauty spots that are on my doorstep.
Located on the northern shoulder of South America, Guyana is bordered by Venezuela to the west, Brazil to the south, Suriname to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the north.
I left Athens with a heavy heart, but excited to continue my odyssey into the cradle of civilization and keen to discover the ancient land that inspired Greece’s most famous legends and myths.
They say that good things come to those who wait, but I never believed it until I finally visited Greece.
Introducing chef and TV personality Jonathan Phang…