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  • Welcome The Lunar New Year-preview

    Welcome The Lunar New Year

    Chinese New Year is a time for great feasting but did you know that some countries claim sole right to certain festive dishes? Read on to see how food too can become a hotly contested topic! This and other interesting foodie titbits in this issue. 

    Words: Wilson Ng

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    Foodies’ Delight

    You don’t really need to be a ‘foodie’ to appreciate food. Be adventurous and go with an open mind to enjoy some of the most delicious and delightful offerings that can be equally satisfying whether in humble or luxurious settings.

    Words: Wilson Ng

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    Season’s Feasting

    ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Roll out the red carpet for year-end feasting ideas and updates on where and how to make merry.

    Words: Alice Yong

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    Spice of Life

    Life may be no picnic but it’s definitely one big moveable feast. From the tried-and-tested to the downright weird, variety is truly the spice of life. When it comes to food, the whole world’s your oyster.

    Words: Alice Yong

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    October Feast

    Eat, drink and be merry with our irresistible cocktail of news nuggets and fascinating food trivia, compiled to satisfy your cravings for all things culinary. 

    Words: Alice Yong

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    Life’s A Feast

    Most of us no longer eat merely for survival but for a variety of reasons: To boost our mood, flaunt social status, connect with others, heal whatever ails us or simply enjoy new experiences. Life’s definitely one big feast!

    Words: Alice Yong

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    Best Food Forward

    There’s more to food than meets the eye. Not only does it nourish, food also has the power to bring together kith and kin together, changing strangers into friends and bridging cultural differences. Now go forth and travel, explore and eat to your heart’s content!

    Words: Alice Yong

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