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7th Angkor Photo Festival : 19th to 26th of November 2011

THE FIRST PHOTO PROJECT GRANT FOR ASIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS "REMINDERS PROJECT ASIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS GRANT" In recent years, more and more Asian photographers are emerging onto...

brewerkz Singapore

Nightlife in Singapore

By: Shazanah Put together an authoritarian government, repressed people, a highly competitive, capitalistic system, lots of money and what do you get? Oddly enough, a...

Singapore Sling

Mix up some Singapore Slings & Kick Back!

By: Emma Kwee The Singapore Sling, is one of those cocktails everybody has heard of, but few have actually tried. The unique recipe was invented around 1915 by Long Bar...

batagor recipe

DAPOER AISAH: Batagor Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard This is a favorite Indonesian dish from Bandung called batagor. Batagor stands for Baso Tahu Goreng, which can be translated as fried tofu meat/fish...

Chinese Snacks in Selat Panjang, By: Dalih Sembiring

Food Heaven in a Medan Alley: Jalan Selat Panjang Medan

By: Labodalih Sembiring Medan, 9:45 p.m. The city’s commonly unruly traffic has died down. But this is not the case in a narrow street tucked behind Jalan Semarang,...

udang asam manis or sweet and sour shrimp

DAPOER AISAH: Udang Asam Manis (Sweet & Sour Shrimps) Recipe

By: Aisah Wolfard This recipe for udang asam manis is quick, easy and very tasty. Sweet and sour shrimp are great accompanied with steamed rice and a quick spinach stir...

Viral in Indonesia: YouTube Videos that Rocked Indonesia!

By: Emma Kwee The term viral refers to videos that spread like wildfire. Clips that are so funny or shocking that people want to share them. 'Sharing' seems to be the...

Toxic Tattoo Yogyakarta, By: Astrid Reza

Got Ink? Yogyakarta Tattoo Guide

By: Astrid Reza Indonesia has a long history in tattoo cultures and traditions. The Mentawai tribe, who refer to tattoos as titi, are considered to have the oldest...

DAPOER AISAH: Recipe for Mie Ayam

By: Aisah Wolfard A dish you will encounter everywhere in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is mie ayam. Mie means noodles and ayam is the Indonesian word for...

Cristang Cuisine: Malaysia’s Best Kept Culinary Secret!

By: Celine Marbeck   Cristang cuisine is one of the oldest and least known of Malaysian cuisines. It is influenced by a variety of ethnic groups who conquered Malacca,...