The 10 August heralds the start of National Afternoon Tea week, a whole week dedicated to finger sandwiches, buttermilk scones and sweet delicacies!
- NAME Kaye Holland
- BIO British journo, Kaye Holland, was born in Watford, a town labelled by Lonely Planet as “the kind of place that makes you want to travel.” They weren’t wrong. After a stint at the BBC, Kaye made her way to the Middle East where she worked at Time Out for three years, before heading to the Caribbean to help re-launch a lifestyle magazine. China came calling in 2010 and Kaye spent 18 months based in Beijing as Time Out’s Special Project Editor, before returning to London ahead of the Olympic Games. Kaye is now Haute Living’s London curator and also freelances for numerous lifestyle and travel titles, in addition to presenting a weekly hospital radio show. When she isn’t travelling, Kaye is interested in fashion, food, socialising and (for her sins) follows the footballing fortunes of her home team, Watford.
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On Sunday 13 September, the ever-growing British Polo Day Global Series returns to Beijing’s prestigious Tang Polo Club for the fifth British Polo Day China.
Peyton Events are proud to announce a unique partnership with China Tang to celebrate the Ai Weiwei exhibition at the Royal Academy from 19 September 2015.
German Gymnasium, a new dining destination from D&D London, is set to open in King’s Cross this autumn.
On 14 September, Hotel Café Royal will unveil The London Royal Tea, a take on the English afternoon tea tradition, featuring a London theme playfully presented in the gilded splendour of the iconic Oscar Wilde Bar.