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Chris Chan discusses how techniques like amalgamation, layering and combination result in different flavours, tastes, textures and styles.
How a feast, at any time of the year, affects us.
EL COBRE, Cuba (Reuters) - The long awaited generational shift in Cuban politics is about to happen: none of the leaders of the Communist-ruled island's next government are likely to be elderly former fighters from the 1959 leftist revolution.
Those tiny pieces of paper known as postage stamps have inspired Singaporean collector Johnny Lowis to grow his collection over the decades.
MY Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration this year was no different from previous years. Same family reunion dinner on the eve of CNY, visits to the elders on the first day and for the following seven days, continuous lunch and dinner dates with families and friends.
Although the Chinese love dogs but many Chinese idioms paint a different picture - well, the dog mostly get a bad rap.
The Chinese like to include vegetables and ingredients with symbolic meanings for auspiciousness and good fortune.
The Grup exhibition revisited at Ilham Gallery reflects on a turning point in the Malaysian art scene.