Yum China Gets Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Sponsorship

Backed by an impressive track record of promoting sports and healthy lifestyle in communities across the Chinese Mainland, Yum China Holdings, Inc. YUMC has been recently named the official retail food services sponsor for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 (“Beijing 2022”). The company will also become the official sponsor of the Chinese Olympic Committee through the end of 2024.

Following the announcement, shares of the company rose 1.2% during the trading session on Jul 20. Previously, it was associated with the 2019 Tennis Masters, 3×3 basketball competitions and city marathons.

Per the agreement, Yum China will be

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I Drank The Rock’s Tequila And Boozy Slushies At The New Taste Of Epcot International Food And Wine Festival

Photo credit: Megan duBois
Photo credit: Megan duBois

From Delish

One of the main reasons I go to Disney, like many of you, is for the food—and the best of it can always be found at Epcot (hello, beautiful pastries in the France pavilion!). Trust me: I’m a theme park journalist.

Fall is usually when the park comes alive with its Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, which is a must-do for a lot of people, including me. But this year’s festival got an overhaul, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic—and I reserved my spot the first day it opened to see how the

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30 Sneaky Ways Restaurants Trick You Into Spending More Money

There are a lot of ways you could describe dining out, but “psychological warfare” probably isn’t the phrase that springs to mind. In truth, it’s not a bad metaphor for the barrage of techniques restaurants use to coax a few extra dollars out of you. Restaurants have a number of ways that will have you leaving with a wallet that is more empty than your stomach is full.

Last updated: Jan. 31, 2020

Location is said to be the key to restaurant success, and that applies to the menu as well. Menu design is a whole field of study in … Read More

4 top options for low-priced Chinese food in Chicago

In search of a new favorite Chinese spot?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best affordable Chinese restaurants around Chicago, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to venture when cravings strike.

1. Chi Cafe

Topping the list is Chi Cafe. Located at 2160 S. Archer Ave., Suite A (between Cermak Road and 21st Street.), the Chinese spot is the most popular cheap Chinese restaurant in Chicago, boasting four stars out of 1,137 reviews on Yelp. The menu features items like egg rolls and noodle soup.

The

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