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Find out who are the winners of Asia's 50 best restaurants 2014

Although diners in China are fascinated by fusion food, traditional recipes dating back to the Qing dynasty have kept the Family Li Imperial Cuisine restaurant chain alive. The family business is run by fourth-generation co-owner Ivan Li, 51, who opened the first Family Li Imperial Cuisine in Beijing in 1985. He runs the business with his Hong Kong-born wife and three older sisters. "I've been training my whole life and the recipes are engraved in my mind," says the Beijing-born chef. "It's about the feeling and taste." Chefs who work for his establishments are trained for at least three years to ensure consistency in the food. Now, the family has restaurants in Shanghai, Tokyo and Melbourne. Two more are opening this year - in Taipei and Paris. The Shanghai branch, a new entry on the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list, debuted at No. 46. Chef Li also received the Diners Club...

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