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Joanna Dong and the Future of Chinese Jazz
1 November

The Sing! China finalist chats jazz, Jay Chou, and her dream of becoming the female Chinese equivalent of Michael Bublé.

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Our Asian Staple: Better Brown or Better White?
29 August
Rice gets tastier and sweeter. It even has an umami flavour. By ShuQi Liu Rice is a staple in many cuisines.
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Why Chinese Chamber Music in Singapore Matters
23 August

Ding Yi Music Company founding member and assisting conductor Dedric Wong sheds light on traditional Chinese chamber music and its relevance in Singapore today.

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Porcelain The Face Spa: The Science of Beauty
20 July

Pauline Ng is a self-professed dreamer. A risk averse entrepreneur, the Founder and Managing Director of Porcelain The Face Spa plunged head first into the skincare business at the age of 23.

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Popspoken Consultant Siqi Chung: The Inquisitive Intellect
2 June

Committed to staying true to her passions, Popspoken Editor and Zouk’s Legal Manager Siqi Chung melds her flair for words with her love for the arts scene.

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I Never Wanted To Become An Entrepreneur
1 May

Entrepreneurship was a practical solution to the daily stresses encountered in the corporate world. With technology revolutionising every industry, what does it take to become an entrepreneur?

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A Chef and Customer’s Journeys to Discovery
23 January

There is more behind Labyrinth’s food preparation than meets the eye. Doyenne.sg digs deeper into Chef-Owner Han Liguang’s process of deconstructing local cuisine and elevating it to the next level.

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Peranakan Kueh – Traditional, Handmade Goodness
5 December

Located in the Jalan Besar area, Peranakan Khek is a purveyor of traditional, handmade Peranakan kueh by chef-owner Sharon Low. Doyenne.sg speaks to the feisty young lady and finds out how she’s running a small business with a big mission.

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Advocating For A Connection With Nature
15 September

Olivia Choong is dreamy yet down-to-earth. A tree hugger, environmental advocate and eco-junkie, the girl-next-door muses about her quest to lead a green life in a city state.

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A Lady And Her Sharks
15 September

Shark conservation through ecotourism is not a typical career choice for ex-teachers, but Kathy Xu, founder of The Dorsal Effect, is different from most. The avid diver shares her story and struggles, anchored by a bold dream for the future.

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