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The more you do something, the more you want to do it.

I’ve been more inspired to go out and shoot.
After taking a friend on a photowalk to show him (& photograph) the shophouses, I decided to go to the one street, all the way to the east coast (of Singapore!) which has preserved Peranakan houses to complete my shophouses photo collections. 58 more words

Life In Singapore

Food Review: National Kitchen by Violet Oon at National Gallery Singapore | Is the restaurant Michelin-worthy?

The Place Mention Peranakan cuisine in Singapore and Violet Oon is undoubtedly one of the forefront figures of the cuisine. I visited Violet Oon Kitchen at Bukit Timah few years back but only had the chance to finally check out… 638 more words


Here’s a a little information about George Town heritage site.

Previously, Penang was a fishing village, but it became one of the port in Straights Settlements…

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Grandma's Basic Chap Chye (Peranakan Braised Mixed Vegetables)

My grandmother is, hands down, the greatest chef in my life. And she makes THE BEST Chap Chye (Peranakan Braised Mixed Vegetables) every Lunar New Year or special occasion. 1,227 more words

Tradisi A’cu’kuru’ Peranakan Tionghoa Makassar

Agar tidak penasaran, A’cu’kuru’ itu, adalah bahasa Makassar yang berarti memotong rambut atau bercukur.

Pada keluarga peranakan Tionghoa ada tradisi upacara memotong rambut bayi yang biasanya dilakukan ketika bayi berusia sebulan.  713 more words


Gopek Restaurant Grand Indonesia

This humble restaurant might be overlooked by many but this is one little gem at Grand Indonesia mall. Gopek is still relatively new in the Jakarta food scene and with its Indonesian peranakan cuisines, Gopek gives another option for us if we are looking for Indonesian comfort food. 415 more words