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MAKAN WARS: Bengawan Solo vs Don’s Pie Kueh Lapis

In this episode of MAKAN WARS, we put the Kueh Lapis from Bengawan Solo and Don’s Pie to the test to see which one is our Chinese New Year favourite. As the festive season approaches, this mouthwatering cake is one of the season’s most popular desserts. Both chains are close to the hearts of many locals,…
31 Jan 2022 1 min read

The DJI Action 2, a refreshing change to existing action cam lineups

More commonly known as DJI, Da-Jiang Innovations is the world’s largest commercial drone manufacturer with a global market share of between 70 and 80 per cent.  With growing interest in the production of cameras and camera accessories such as gimbals, stabilizers and action cameras, DJI recently jumped on the bandwagon to launch their latest action…
17 Dec 2021 4 mins read

Discover the evolution of Singapore’s passports with Gil Schneider

Gil Schneider is an avid collector of passports and has amassed hundreds of them internationally in his trusty vintage suitcases. We get a sneak peek into his collection of Singapore passports, from the end of World War Two in 1945 until today. From flimsy slips of handwritten papers to state-of-the-art biometric passports, watch how our…
15 Jun 2021 1 min read

It’s soy good! Interview with Ken Koh, third-generation soy sauce maker

A third-generation soy sauce maker, Ken Koh shares the origin story of the business, which his grandfather Tan Tiong How started in 1959. The late Mr Tan first arrived in Singapore in 1942, from Fujian province in China. Mr Koh describes Nanyang Sauce Brewery’s preference for the traditional method of slow fermentation, rather than the…
9 Jun 2021 1 min read

Opinion: In a pandemic, can PAP and 4G leaders break from old political playbook?

TheHomeGround Asia’s Editor-in-Chief takes a look at the People’s Action Party’s (PAP) playbook and what he hopes to see from the 4G (fourth generation) leadership, as some of them step into new portfolios in government. With mounting challenges such as a resurgence in the number of Covid-19 community cases, economic and social issues and growing…
17 May 2021 6 mins read

Ramadan break fast experience at Dahrul Ihsan Orphanage

Ramadan is often a time for understanding, patience, tolerance and sacrifice. For many in the home, it is a special occasion as they are able to celebrate and break fast together with one another as a community. Through donors- and staff-led activities, residents receive the care and guidance in their faith and remember those less…
10 May 2021 1 min read

Interview with Aaron Olivera, Singapore-based maritime entrepreneur for Earth 300

Earth 300 is a Singapore based start-up conceived as an extreme technological platform for science, innovation and exploration at sea, to combat climate change. Earth 300 brings together a team of scientists working in a range of cutting-edge disciplines to collaborate on new solutions to tackle climate change, through the use of state-of-the-art technologies. Earth…
2 May 2021 1 min read

Opinion: Can the 4G leadership step up to meet Singapore’s needs?

TheHomeGround Asia Editor-in-Chief, Kevin Wong, reflects on the recent cabinet reshuffle and how Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has repositioned the 4G (fourth generation) leadership to take over the mantle of governing and leading Singapore. And argues that despite the lack of experience these ministers have, it does not mean they cannot be good…
30 Apr 2021 4 mins read
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