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Salmon, Sashimi and Shoe-shi: A conversation with Yujia Hu

Featured, Food
Yujia Hu is a chef that combines food and art together. The sushi chef is using his talents to create tiny replicas of people, Jordans and designer gear. Starting at just the age of 18, this chef is paving a new, artistic way of eating shoe-shi. The young chef is now settled in Milan, but growing up has always been around cultures that love food,  as he was a chinese man who grew up in Italy. "I grew up on two completely different cultures, but I must say that I prefer italian cuisine and not chinese."  Now with almost 30,000 instagram followers and a large social media presence, we thought it would be interesting to see where he got his inspiration from and how long his works of art take. What inspired you to create sushi in such an artistic form?  It’s a mix of my passion fo
Five rooftop restaurants in London

Five rooftop restaurants in London

Here are the restaurants where you can overlook the view of London while enjoying meals. Reporter: Yueer Wang | Sub-editor: Ivelina Nikolova Duck and Waffle It is situated on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate, also known as the Heron Tower. Duck and Waffle opens 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers traditional British and European cuisine. Address: 40th floor, 110 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AY   Hutong   Hutong is decorated in traditional Chinese style, and serves Northern Chinese cuisines and dim sum. It takes over the 33rd floor of The Shard. Address: 33rd floor, the Shard, London, SE1 9RY   Aqua Shard Located on level 31 of The Shard, Aqua Shard is a contemporary restaurant serving innovative British cuisi...