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Gourmet / 15 April 2019
When they’re not entertaining guests at their private dining kitchen, makeup artist Tinoq Russell Goh and his partner, hairstylist Dylan Chan, invite friends over for a round-table feast of mee siam.
After long trips, Eve Persak recharges with a flavourful, vegetable-rich soup that can be adapted endlessly.
This week, pieces by the Poakalani quilting circle are on display during the Salone del Mobile in Milan as part of a collaboration with Loewe.
Having recreated the “Mona Lisa” in peanut butter and jelly and Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” in chocolate syrup, the Brazilian artist calls himself a low-tech illusionist.
In the current calamity of overtourism, Alex Malcolm — founder of bespoke travel company Jacada — talks on what it means to travel with a conscious.
At 58, legendary British chef Gary Rhodes is still very much preoccupied with what he calls continual education in the kitchen.
The playwright and his collaborators, including Nathan Lane and Vanessa Williams, reflect on his early works and artistic legacy.
Paul Anthony Smith discusses his intricate, time-intensive process — and his favourite forms of procrastination.
The social media phenomenon of documenting seemingly unappetizing cuisine is helping us rethink what dishes are not only worth eating — but venerating.
Travel / 3 April 2019
Once a Roman colony, Nîmes, France, has some of the most pristine monuments in Europe — and newer signs of life as well.
The word “delicate” is rarely associated with Indian food, but here, a chef spins his own garam masala spice blend and does just that.
As technology governs contemporary lives, the realm of art, despite long being known as a stickler for tradition, opens it arms.
Could playing the ringmaster in the new “Dumbo” be an allegory for our political circus?
A British family’s 11th-century, 20-bedroom castle and vineyard in southern Tuscany.
An exploration into the projects creative people pursue in their off hours. Presenting: Gbenga Akinnagbe.
Gourmet / 1 April 2019
As the private dining scene in Singapore climbs in popularity, three home chefs of diverse culinary backgrounds and cuisines discuss the in-and-outs of creating a home dining experience curated with more than just the food served.
British designer Faye Toogood — featured in our latest issue — takes the ‘Make T Something’ challenge.
Have you or haven’t you cut the financial cord with your family?
The Chinese artist and Canadian-born American architect talk about the economy of galleries, redesigning a new kind of Lego, and spending a night in jail, for marijuana.
Canadian artist Benjamin Von Wong and Singapore-based social impact strategist Laura François are fuelling the conversation on single-use plastic.
Is there more to aura reading beyond being another pretty photograph to post on Instagram?
Entertainment & Culture, Art & Design / 18 March 2019
More parents are stripping nurseries of all gender cues, to create spaces where children can develop their own identities.
This father-daughter duo proves that having a close-knitted intergenerational relationship is the perfect formula for breathing new life into nostalgic spice blends.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
With its exquisite new Les Toupies collection, Parfums Henry Jacques reinvents the wheel when it comes to luxury fragrance duos.
In Singapore’s central business district, a compact laboratory quietly serves rare buffalo milk mozzarella the way Italians do: the same day it’s stretched.
Often vilified an idle activity at best, or a dangerous pastime at worst, here’s why we should be re-examining the benefits of gossip in the age of new media.
Is it denim or marble? Algae or glass? How a new group of designers is resurrecting once-discarded materials.
Within a mere three years of breaking into the Chinese entertainment industry, multi-hyphenate singer, actor and model Timmy Xu’s career rings poignant to an entire nation in bridging the unsaid divide between the East and the West.
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