Learn about the beautiful food culture of Southeast Asia and look behind the scenes of running a successful YouTube food channel.
Matcha, a special type of green tea which is grounded into a fine powder is synonymous with the Japanese culture and everything zen. There is something about Matcha that brings calmness upon drinking it.
Ever wondered how the Lunar New Year is celebrated in countries where the festivity is almost unknown? These stories shared from Denmark, Russia and Australia will give you an insight into how the tradition is kept alive while abroad.
The best guide to preparing reunion dinner with auspicious food for celebrating Chinese New Year just like in Malaysia and Singapore. Here is a step-by-step guide along with helpful tips to ensure that the dishes are served warm.
Food that has us salivating in the movie ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ such as the hawker fare, the traditional and colourful sweets at Tyersall Park and the lunch at Peik Lin’s home. The array of food was featured to highlight the wonderful food culture of Singapore.
Two sessions of meetup with our community in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. We had the chance to meet and speak to wonderful people who have been supporting our work throughout our journey and had a great discussion. This is truly memorable and meaningful to us.
Penang, also known as the Pearl of the Orient, attracts tourists from far and near for its food. It offers good food with great flavours that has generations of history.
Without a doubt, Malaysian cuisine is beyond delicious. If you are travelling to Kuala Lumpur or any other city in Malaysia for that matter, try a few of the extremely awesome dishes available before leaving the country. You will never regret doing so.
Pasar Malam or the ‘night market’ is a street market that happens at night. A culture widely available in Malaysia and Singapore, this market offers a variety of items such as food, clothes, electronics, fruits, toys and so much more.
Glutton Street is literally translated as 'Wai Sik Kai' in Cantonese. There is not much of a history with regards to this street. It is just a concentration of food stalls mainly manned by the Chinese community.
'Mamak', managed by the Indian community who migrated from Southern India is popular with the locals. A famous hang-out, they gained popularity by offering food like 'roti canai', fried noodles, 'nasi lemak', 'nasi briyani', curries and of course, the signature 'teh tarik'.
The tradition of having banana leaf rice comes from Southern India where rice is more commonly consumed compared to 'roti' or naans. Due to the large South Indian ethnic community in Malaysia and Singapore, banana leaf rice restaurants are widely available in both countries.