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LUNCHES that come with a breathtaking view in the heart of Kuala Lumpur are more often than not pricey but a new buffet venue, in town, gives diners savings to look forward to.
AFTERNOON tea, traditionally a British tradition that came about in the 1840s, was a time to have a small meal to stem the hunger before an evening meal.
COMING up with creative ideas to jazz up the Chinese New Year delicacy of yee sang, is something chef James Ho spends a lot of time thinking about.
KEEPING to tradition is important when planning a festive menu as some diners look forward to savouring Chinese New Year delicacies with symbolic meaning attached to them.
Many chefs have gone the extra mile to inject fun into their creations for Year of the Rat.
Therefore mixes and matches elements from the West with ingredients and flavours from the region.
When we are bombarded with so many statistics, studies and data, which one should we believe? The columnist weighs in.
OFTEN times, what goes on in a child’s day is much more than we think. This is why it’s important for us to give them the support they need to take on daily challenges, especially when they are at school.