Annabel Jackson is best known in Asia for her food and wine writing. In addition to authoring Hong Kong, Macau and the Muddy Pearl and co-authoring with Francisco Caldeira Cabral and Leong Ka Tai Macau Gardens & Landscape Art, she has published three food/culture books, Macau on a Plate, Vietnam on a Plate and Street Cafe Vietnam. Annabel Jackson was formerly the director of public relations at the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong hotel. Currently, she is a wine expert, the owner of the The Wine Connection (Asia), consultant to establishments such as the Hong Kong Fringe Club, and lecturer in cuisine and culture at the Institute of European Studies in Macau. Robert Stone teaches design and photography at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is an award-winning photojournalist and filmmaker, and a visual artist whose work is exhibited internationally.
I have always been fascinated by culinary and cultural history. Annabel Jackson does an amazing job of telling the story of the Macanese people and their unique cuisine. -- Jean-Georges Vongerichten