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During special Chinese occasions, it’s customary for us to celebrate by eating certain traditional food. mooncakes are eaten on Mid-Autumn Festival. Similarly, rice dumplings are eaten on the Dragon Boat Festival. This festival falls on the fifth day of the fifth month on the Chinese lunar calendar, hence it’s also...
Image via Shutterstock As Mid‐Autumn Festival traditions prevail, the age-old mooncakes make a return this season. Avid mooncake fans can anticipate a feast for the senses as various restaurants whip up mooncakes with new, bold flavours, elegantly packaged in beautiful boxes. If you are shopping for a nice gift for...
This Mid-Autumn Festival, visitors to Marina Bay Sands will have several mooncake options to choose from. The tantalising mooncake treasures include traditional, chocolate, cheesecake, tea-based and even unique ones made with liqueur. SweetSpot At SweetSpot, the Go Green range of mooncakes are made using sustainable Javanese chocolates. The fragrant pandan...
Dumpling Festival is just around the corner. Have you indulged in your favourite leaf-wrapped rice treat yet? Like its Chinese cousin – the mooncake, the rice dumpling makes a special appearance during this time of the year in various flavours and forms. While some of us go for the traditional...
Our friends KungFu Paradise (part of Paradise Group) have just whipped up a new all day breakfast promotion at three of its outlets: Bedok Point, JCube and Bugis+. Available all day throughout the week from 4 February to 30 April 2013, the new breakfast menu features a range of comforting...