At last count, hungry Hong Kong tipped the scales at around 13,000 restaurants.
Younger children can be put off by the cold, the spills and the layers of clothing, but kids seem to enjoy skiiing more the older they get.
If there is one thing they can't disguise in China, it's this.
It's like Singapore got drunk partying with the Portuguese Tourist Board in Las Vegas and this is the result.
Cat cafes have spread across the world, but dog cafes are very, very different.
The 47-storey Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku is a standout.
Max Anderson tries out a new luxury resort in China and finds it affords him rare privileges.
Is it really worth paying several thousand dollars more for premium economy?