• Culinary Culture
    2021 • Issue 1
    On the Cover
    Follow the swarm of sharply suited office workers in Singapore’s bustling Central Business District during lunch time and you’ll most likely end up at the iconic hawker centre, Lau Pa Sat (above). Such island-wide community dining spaces – where people from all walks of life gather to eat and mingle – have earned the Lion City’s hawker culture a place on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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    2021 • Issue 1
    Good Business
    A new central kitchen helps food and beverage businesses affected by the pandemic, as well as provide employment opportunities for vulnerable groups.
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    2021 • Issue 1
    Cultural Exchange
    Singapore’s Asian Civilisations Museum weaves a cultural narrative through diverse communities spread across the largest continent on the Earth.
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    2021 • Issue 1
    Hidden Gems
    Sensitively restored to reflect cultural nuances in a domestic setting, the NUS Baba House pays homage to the richly layered Peranakan heritage.