Find Us on Facebook
- ▼2013 (36)
- ▶2012 (126)
- ▶2011 (94)
- ▶2010 (68)
- ▶2009 (35)
Powerful strikes upon the drum. Thunderous roars battling the stubborn waves of the sea. Blood pumping adrenaline. These are just about the sights and sounds of Singapore’s Dragon Boat Festival, also known More »
By Jay Tan There is one universal truth: no one escapes the clutches of the Weary Wednesday Monster. Midweek blues are painful for that stranded feeling – you’re tired from Monday and More »
We’ve assessed our thrill rides for all you adrenaline junkies. But not everyone pursues the path of thrills and highs; sometimes, you just want to relax and melt into a puddle of More »
You see them in stir-frys. In your soup. As snacks. But this seemingly inocuous vegetable root has some amazing properties. And they’re not all orange. We sniffed out some interesting carrot More »
Powerful strikes upon the drum. Thunderous roars battling the stubborn waves of the sea. Blood pumping adrenaline. These are just about the sights and sounds of Singapore’s Dragon Boat Festival, also known as the Dumpling Festival. And while most of us don’t have the physique and ability to steer these boats, we most certainly have the superhuman ability to stomach these Ba Zhang – many of them, if we can.
Feng Shui Inn has heeded the call of our tummies and created savoury, aromatic dumplings for this festive season, only from 28 May to 12 June.
We bite into three and give you a sneak preview.
By Jay Tan
There is one universal truth: no one escapes the clutches of the Weary Wednesday Monster. Midweek blues are painful for that stranded feeling – you’re tired from Monday and Tuesday, but the weekend is Thursday and Friday away. I decided that I needed a perk-me-up comfort meal, one that will keep my spirits uplifted for the rest of the week.
I popped by good ol’ Palio and gave myself a little treat.
It’s Wednesday, 5pm, and the week seemed to have stretched impossibly long. We reckon a good way to break the seemingly unending marathon of work commitments would be to indulge in a good ol’ Tuscan dinner. Better yet, if you eat at Palio on 29 May at the RWS Carrot Cause, your money doesn’t even go to the restaurant – EVERYTHING will be donated to the charity of your choosing.
Here’re 3 ways to make the night even more enjoyable.
They’ve been tickling our funny bones since 1938, but this may be mom Morticia’s biggest challenge yet: daughter Wednesday has fallen in love, but has yet to confide in her mother.
Come 9-28 July, you’ll get your chance to meet the Addams family and share in their hilarious dramas. The 2010-2011 Broadway hit musical is moving into Singapore’s Festive Grand Theatre, with a bit of something for every member of your own family.
Yes, we know that every day should be Mother’s Day. But let’s be honest, we probably don’t show as much appreciation as we should. And some of us are just bad at expressing ourselves with words. This Mother’s Day, seize the opportunity to shower her with some love. We’ve amassed gifts from around RWS that do all the talking for you.
Whip up a culinary storm with a bowl of homemade noodles with clams, pork belly (or chicken) and Tientsin cabbage – guaranteed to whet her appetite and warm the cockles of her heart.
Watch the third episode of ‘Who’s the chef’ for more detailed instructions from chef Mike. Read on for the recipe.
When bad glasses happen to good wines, the result can be underwhelming to say the least. Some would say it’s akin to pouring money down the drain. But why does an inferior wine vessel make a choice vintage taste like two-buck chuck? Singapore-based wine writer Curtis Marsh pours out the answers.