Reunion dinner is a long standing Chinese New Year tradition, and while some among us might not be able to dine out this year due to movement restrictions, we can still keep the spirit of the celebration alive in our homes. MAGGI® Professional, in collaboration with Malaysia Selangor And Federal Territory Ku Su Shin Chong Hung Restaurant Association, has released a mini recipe book – … Continue reading Make Your Own Restaurant-Level Reunion Dishes At Home This CNY with Recipes by Professional Chefs
I’ve been a long time user of Digi, ever since I got my first mobile phone. Back then (this was in the mid- 2000s) not many phones had internet connectivity – people bought prepaid reload cards that cost RM30 per month, and sent SMSes and MMSes (remember those?) for between 0.20 to RM1 each. When I entered college and needed Internet on-the-go, I switched to … Continue reading Why I’m Switching From Digi…After 15 Years.
I rarely buy games when they first come out. Previously, it was because I didn’t have a gaming device powerful enough to run them. But even after buying a new gaming laptop last year, I’ve only gotten older titles, because: they’re much cheaper, and if you haven’t played them before, what does it matter if they’re ‘old’ or new? Assassin’s Creed: Origins was one of … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: What Could Have Been A Great Game
Chinese New Year is just around the corner (the first day falls on 12 February), but with the pandemic still raging in many parts of Southeast Asia, celebrations will definitely be more subdued. In Singapore, for example, gatherings will be limited to eight people, no CNY company dinners are allowed, and shouting during lo hei (the act of tossing yusheng, a ‘fish salad’ often served … Continue reading This “App” Calls Out Auspicious Sayings For Chinese New Year – So You Don’t Have To
Growing up, my favourite part about weekend mornings was when my parents brought me out for a dimsum breakfast. I loved the hustle and bustle of the dining floor, filled with the chatter of patrons and the clink of plates and chopsticks. I loved the towering baskets of bamboo steamers piled up high on carts that were wheeled to each table, where diners got to … Continue reading Your Guide To Different Types of Dimsum
I did it again. After promising that I’d stop buying body care products after going crazy over Christmas sales … I saw an ad for a Bath & Body Works sale (items going for 60%!) . Well. We all know what happened next. Now I have three tubs of body butter to finish, hand creams that will probably sit on the shelf looking pretty, and … Continue reading Bath & Body Works Haul/My Lack of Self Control
Gordon Ramsay may be known for his fiery persona on shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares – but with 16 Michelin stars and dozens of restaurants around the globe, you can’t say the man doesn’t have the chops. Come June 2021, Malaysian foodies will be in for a memorable dining experience, as Sunway City Kuala Lumpur has announced a groundbreaking partnership with Gordon Ramsay … Continue reading Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay To Open First Restaurant in Malaysia in June 2021
Bakkwa (also known as rougan) is the Chinese version of jerky, consisting of flattened pieces of dried meat seasoned with sugar, salt and spices. It is very popular among the Chinese community in Malaysia and Singapore, and although you can get it all year round, it is most commonly eaten during the Lunar New Year. We also prepare it differently here; ie cooking the meat … Continue reading Easy 4-Step Bakkwa Puffs