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2020

Learn to Cook our Heritage Food - Session 3: Samosa

Learn to Cook our Heritage Food - Session 3: Samosa

In this hands-on virtual cooking class, we will guide you through the traditional techniques of cooking up heritage Singapore snacks from soon kueh to epok-epok and samosa at the comfort of your own home! So, even in this difficult Covid-19 pandemic situation, you can still hone your cooking skills and learn more about our food heritage.

Lesser-known Stories of Maxwell Food Centre

Lesser-known Stories of Maxwell Food Centre

An icon of Chinatown, Maxwell Food Centre has been popular with tourists and locals alike, but besides the delicious dishes available there, what do you know about the history of this 92-year-old structure which opened as a market in 1928? Let food blogger Tony from Johor Kaki bring you through some of his favourite picks of Maxwell Food Centre and share the lesser-known stories behind the hawkers and history of the Maxwell Food Centre.

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Letterpress Printing and the Typesetting Process

Letterpress Printing and the Typesetting Process

Letterpress printing, the main commercial method of printing, has been in Singapore since 1823. Join Yao Yu, letterpress educator as he talks about the history and demonstrates the process of the different area of the printing method. There will be poster printing with movable wood types with selected quotes from the live stream.

Majid The Legend (15 Shorts - Stories From Our City of Good)

Majid The Legend (15 Shorts - Stories From Our City of Good)

Uncle Choo spots a young Majid practising football and is struck by the teenager’s passion. The film is inspired by legendary coach Choo Seng Quee who groomed football greats including Majid Ariff. The latter, in turn, inspired a new generation of footballers including Fandi Ahmad.

Multiphoto: What Type of Dumpling Are You?

Multiphoto: What Type of Dumpling Are You?

Rice dumplings come in a variety of shapes, sizes and fillings – much like people with our unique personalities and traits! Are you a savoury hokkien zhang, full-flavoured and packed with wholesome ingredients? Or are you a sweet and simple nonya zhang, well-loved by people of all ages? Find out more about the different types of rice dumplings and which dumpling best suits your own personality in this humorous and light-hearted series.

Nanyang Tea Challenge Finals

Nanyang Tea Challenge Finals

Watch 10 finalists express their creativity, using Nanyang tea blends with food pairings you may not have thought of before.

Old School @ Tanjong Pagar/ Chinatown

Old School @ Tanjong Pagar/ Chinatown

Tanjong Pagar and the adjacent Chinatown precinct are some of the oldest parts of Singapore. Although much of the area has been developed into bustling hubs for business and tourism, there are still little nooks that we love - areas that are like time capsules from yesteryear. Rediscover Tanjong Pagar and Chinatown with us as we show you around some of the area’s well-kept secrets, from our favourite old-school food places and long-running family-owned businesses.

Open Business @ Ji Xiang Confectionery

Open Business @ Ji Xiang Confectionery

How did this traditional food become a popular snack? Watch this sharing session and learn more.

Open Business @ Tea Chapter

Open Business @ Tea Chapter

In this sharing session, trace their journey with tea and how they have grown with time.

Ordinary Objects with Extraordinary Stories

Ordinary Objects with Extraordinary Stories

Discover the extraordinary stories of historic places of worship in Singapore through a series of ordinary everyday objects!