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Gourmet25 May 2018
In Conversation: A Spanish and Japanese Chef on Tuna

A Spanish and Japanese chef on their culinary cultures' tuna cutting techniques.

Entertainment & Culture22 May 2018
Royal Wedding Merchandise: the Strangest & Most Collectible

From colouring books, breakfast cereal to printed socks — some of the most enthusiastic royal wedding merchandise.

Art & Design17 May 2018
In the Studio With an Artist Who Paints in a ‘Colour Trance’

The most uncommon colour combinations do the strangest things.

Art & Design15 May 2018
Maker to Know: A Ceramist Creating Insect-Adorned Plates

Some ceramics inspired by 17th-century paintings of flowers and food that often had nasty slugs in them.

Gourmet10 May 2018
The Spirit of Korean Food — A Korean Chef Explains

It is about time that we understand the cuisine that has come to be an indelible part of our diet.

Art & Design9 May 2018
Andy Warhol’s Never-Before-Seen Photo Portraits

Recently, writer Pat Hackett opened a three-ring binder in her apartment and discovered 83 unpublished photographs by Andy Warhol.

Art & Design4 May 2018
13 Great Things We Saw at Milan’s Design Fair

There was no shortage of memorable projects on view during last month’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile fair in Milan.

Art & Design4 May 2018
In Singapore, How To Design an Autism-Friendly World

With proper design, can an environment be hacked to raise the functioning levels of the autistic individual?

Entertainment & Culture / 30 April 2018

6 Female-Led Businesses Addressing Societal Issues

Diabetes, epilepsy, education, and hospitals' emergency communication systems. Here, six burgeoning and defining businesses led by females around the globe.

Art & Design1 May 2018
An Artist’s Modern Slides, Inside a 15th-Century Palazzo

Belgian-born artist Carston Höller's new installation in Florence, Italy, is a 60-foot coiling slide.

Travel25 April 2018
A Singaporean Photographer's Pursuit of Happiness in Bhutan

"Before I went, I couldn't visualise what happiness is."

Art & Design24 April 2018
An Artist’s Spiritual Ephemera, Illustrated

The artist Tony Oursler was born to a deep-seated obsession with the occult and paranormal. Here, a glimpse into his collection.

Art & Design18 April 2018
Exhibiting Art in Singaporean Homes

Exhibiting art in homes may not be a new concept, but it offers a fertile context for the public to take in art.

Art & Design12 April 2018
Art Through Adversity

Working against the tide, three artists take the curveballs that they were handed to in life along in their strides.

Travel / 11 April 2018

A Hotel Concierge's Secret Guide to Bangkok

In Bangkok, the Songkran festival will soon begin. Here, some unexpected places from a concierge's travel guidebook.

Entertainment & Culture10 April 2018
Gentle Strengths

Meet three women — Sonya D. Sanchez, Bella Koh, and Lynn Yeow-De Vito — who epitomise the modern woman: someone who has successfully juggled family and career, all the while managing to stay fashionable and stylish.

Art & Design6 April 2018
Three Venerated Design Companies Look Back to Move Forward

Beginning again with the textile giant Maharam, the fabric line Fermoie and the furniture designer and interior architect Christian Liaigre.

Entertainment & Culture6 April 2018
Choosing The Freelance Life

As more are opting to leave traditional full-time work in favour of more flexible arrangements, freelancing is no longer the refuge of the unemployed trying to make ends meet between jobs.

Art & Design, Entertainment & Culture5 April 2018
The Emerging Photographer Inspired by Classical Portraiture

Michael Bailey-Gates references early motion-study photographs — but applies a very current perspective, without the gender norms traditional to classical portraiture.

Art & Design4 April 2018
The History of Vietnam, Reimagined

A Vietnamese artist puts her spin on her country’s storied past on a global stage.

Travel / 4 April 2018

In Singapore, Japanese Sakuras In Full Bloom

Hanami season has descended upon Japan. Yet here in Singapore, cherry blossom trees were imported and made to bloom.

Art & Design3 April 2018
In Art, Digital Projection Mapping Finds Its Place

Will new media art in the likes of digital projection mapping soon find its place in the art institution — or not?

Entertainment & Culture3 April 2018
How a Rising Rock Band Shops for Vintage

Ahead of the release of their sophomore album, “Twentytwo in Blue,” the rock band Sunflower Bean went vintage shopping.

Art & Design2 April 2018
Lessons in the Humble Art of Broom-Making

There are some traditions that are universal. Here, we highlight a single craft — and how it’s being adapted, rethought and remade for the 21st century.

Trending, Entertainment & Culture29 March 2018
Actress-Activist Yara Shahidi on Her Ambition for Teenage Voters & Social Unity

The very definition of the suffix “-ish”, multicultural multi- hyphenate Yara Shahidi seeks to lead her generation of diversity in unity.

Art & Design27 March 2018
6 Spherical, Sculptural Objects

A vase, case, decanter and container. Here, a list of decorative objects that are borderline functional.

Art & Design27 March 2018
How Should Furniture Respond to the World Around It?

Artists have long been interested in the domestic space, but as the distinction between art and design becomes ever more blurred, more artists are making objects that function, and more designers are making sculpture.

Gourmet21 March 2018
What To Do With Red Chillies — A Vietnamese-American Chef Tells

Prepare it the true-blue Vietnamese way: stuff it with prawn mousse.

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