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  • The Bell Tower of Xi’an1 The Bell Tower of Xi’an1

    Morning Bell, Evening Drum

    Xi’an rises and rests to the ancient peal of bells and the hypnotic beat of drums.

    Words & Photography: Wang Yuanchang

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  • Asian lanterns during a religiuos festival. Asian lanterns during a religiuos festival.

    Reunion Joy

    As the Lunar New Year approaches, we sometimes forget the true meaning behind the joyous celebrations amidst the loud fireworks, chitter-chatter of relatives and noisy clanking of dinner cutleries. Ellyse Ng takes a step back to see what the night before Chinese New Year truly means.

    By: Ellyse Ng

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  • Cantonese claypot rice Cantonese claypot rice

    Fusion & Evolution

    The Singapore Heritage Cookbook series serves up tantalising whiffs of the island nation’s delicious and diverse cuisines, tracing the origins of specific dishes for a greater appreciation of cultural identity.

    Words: Leonard Jeyam       Images: Courtesy Of Marshall Cavendish

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  • Clay skeletons, calavera catrina, figurines in San Miguel de Allende. Clay skeletons, calavera catrina, figurines in San Miguel de Allende.

    Touching the Other Side

    Celebrating Halloween this month, Travel 3Sixty looks at how different cultures commune with the spirits, appease wandering ghosts and honour ancestors with special rituals that lift the veil between the realms.

    Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah

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    The Shao Must Go On

    Shaoxing Opera, also known as Shao Opera, from the northeastern Zhejiang province of China, is a lesser known form of Chinese opera that, despite the onslaught of modern forms of entertainment, continues to hold its own with the support of the working class who appreciate its robust and energetic style of presentation.

    Words & Photography: Wang Yuanchang

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  • Feature Image KL Consumed Feature Image KL Consumed

    KL Consumed

    Kuala Lumpur (aka KL), the capital city of Malaysia, is a huge melting pot of people, cultures and cuisine. From Malay, Chinese, Indian and regional cuisines to international offerings that experiment with local flavours, eating here is a national obsession, and food is cheap too! Street fare is hugely popular and eating out into the wee hours of the night is the norm. While most others stop with breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, city folks continue their love affair with food with supper and maybe even a late night bite before finally retiring for the day. It is a consuming affair but one that everyone does with great relish! Here’s a quick roundup of the city’s popular enclaves that are popular with the locals.

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    Food For Thought

    Ever wondered what umami is or how to get rid of garlic odours? Read on for yet another instalment of foodie news and trivia in this month’s issue of Travel 3Sixty°.

    Words: Wilson Ng

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