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“Belgian cuisine is French finesse served in German portions.” I was being introduced to the cuisine of the country that I had just moved to, and a decade on, I can attest that there isn’t a more apt description.
 
 
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In the time it takes to read this piece, 30 Chinese men and women will die from heart disease.
 
 
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It’s the fourth Thursday of November – which in America means it’s Thanksgiving Day.
 
 
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Parents have a key role in shaping their children's attitudes towards the learning of Mother Tongue languages, particularly during their early years.
 
 
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As a father to triplets under 3 years old, you can be anything BUT frozen. With the energy and irrepressible curiosity of children that age, you’ll have to either be totally nimble and thawed to keep up with them or play Thor.
 
 
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“The train to Brussels Airport will now leave from Platform 21…” echoed the stationmaster’s voice over the announcement system in the Brussel-Noord/Bruxelles-Nord train station.
 
 
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Even among Singapore’s planned and compact landscape, pockets of abandoned buildings and places remain. Paranormal investigators give their take on why they still exist.
 
 
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In 2008, I was given this incredible opportunity to be a part of Asian Film Archive’s Symposium on Singapore Cinema. As a jury member of The Asian Film Archive Young Jury Awards, I had to watch almost 30 Singapore films as part of the judging.
 
 
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What are Singaporeans abroad up to when they get together? We shine the spotlight on Singapore Student Associations (SSAs) and Overseas Singaporean Organisations (OSOs) who fly the Singapore flag high and engage fellow Singaporeans in meaningful activities.
 
 
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“But I cannot sell you that! It’s not fit for human consumption!” I stared goggle-eyed and mouth agape at the woman behind the counter in the bakery like the silly immigrant that I was. What was she talking about?
 
 

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