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Peranakan cooking is often thought to be complicated, elaborated, time-consuming and difficult to learn. Well, this is what many people think and some, expound or expect others to think. 906 more words
If you have school going kids or little ones in childcare then you will understand that mad scramble to find suitable outfits for them when a festival or special day is celebrated at school. 682 more words
You haven’t tasted Peranakan cuisine if you haven’t eaten at Straits Chinese restaurant.
Most Baba, Bibiks or Nyonyas in Singapore avoid Peranakan restaurants. And for good reason. 564 more words
Tucked away in this row of shophouses in the Binjai Park residential area, Ivin’s has been here since as far back as I can remember. Other than the signboard, the rest of the restaurant seems to have remained the same over the past 20 years. 241 more words
The Malay term “Peranakan” means “locally born”. However, today “Peranakan” in Singapore generally refers to people of mixed heritage descended from the 15th century immigrant Chinese traders who married local Malay/Indonesian women. 437 more words