What's brown, crispy and irresistible? You got it, curry puffs!A savory pastry revered for its fragrant mishmash of Malay, Indian and Chinese cultures - it's oh-so-Singapore! Here's introducing a zero calorie version brought to you by the Nom Nom Tea..
Pineapple Tarts are an all-time favourite Lunar New Year snack for Singaporeans. Aside from their delectable flavour, these new year goodies also represent "prosperity" - a widely coveted blessing! So, here we present to you, a cuddly and huggable "t..
The gem biscuit cushion is inspired by the popular all-time-favorite colored icing biscuits. Didn't you once thought that they were too small and you couldn't have enough of them? Now you can get a supersized one! ..
The Ang Ku Kueh Cushion is an XL cushion version of the Chinese pastry made of glutinous rice flour skin wrapped around a sweet filling. Its name is literally translated into "red tortoise cake". Its traditional red colour as well as the Chinese char..
The shophouse evolved from the late 18th century during the colonial era. A shophouse is a vernacular architectural building type that is commonly seen in areas such as urban Southeast Asia. Shophouses are mostly two or three stories high, with a sho..
The Iconic Architecture Memento Display presents an in-depth study of the various iconic architecture in Singapore. Looking back at the past 100 years, they identify and extract visual elements of the landscape that define Singapo..
For the times when you need to keep privacy intrusion at bay, keep privacy intrusion at bay, Singaporean style. These iconic urban signages, reﬁned into door hangers, tell of the dangers that await your unwanted guests&n..
The customary toast at Chinese Banquets, “Yum Seng” literally means to drink to your success. This melodic exclamation reflects the spirit of competition and unity, pitting celebrants in a battle of vocal prowess. Liberate your next drink with t..
The Dragon Playground is the last surviving playground built during 1960s - 80s by HDB interior designer Mr Khor Ean Ghee. These spirited wonderlands accompanied our childhoods and are inseparable from the collective Singaporean identity. Enlivened a..
Singlish - an endearing riot of languages as a result of our multiple cultures and languages. Beneath every proper English-speaking Singaporean is a reservoir of colloquialisms. Torrents of Lahs and Lehs spring forth to alter the meaning and nuances ..
Kiasu — literally the fear of losing — epitomises the need to always get the best possible deal. Tenacity and ingenuity to overcome the odds are synonymous with Kiasu-ism, so be equipped with this ultraportable stool and magically whip it out to “bea..
Not just your parents’ sister, “Auntie” is an endearing and respectful address for older women, instantly evoking an informal community bond which invites neighbourly banter. The delightfully sticky Jiu Ceng Gao - one of Aunties’ favourites desserts ..
It’s soccer season; our local coffeeshops suddenly transform into mini rowdy stadiums where fans, armed with beer and teh, congregate to watch matches on cable TV. Bring home a piece of the action and the swearing good times with this pocket-sized ko..