Virtual theatre show 'Rice!' serves a delicious blend of storytelling, food and song


Amanda Ang never expected to embark on a journey of discovering her roots through food when she was cast to play Connie Cheng in a new virtual drama titled Rice!, written by Malaysian-born, London-based actor, writer and performance maker Vera Chok (who wrote the book The Good Immigrant).

But, as surprising as the journey was for the award-winning screen/theatre actor, Amanda, as she prefers to be called, shares that there is joy in “discovering just what makes us who we are.”

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