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The Ice and the Kacang By SylK in Savour this

“You’d be the ice and I’d be the kacang!  We’re always be good friends”,  she said while offering me a wide smile and her share of ice kacang. I struggled to fight the tears back.  Never in my life had I thought someone would befriend me and treat me this    …

June 20, 2017


Double Kway Chap Chuckle By Xiang Yeow in Competitions, Poetry, Savour this

Bubble bubble, churn and chuckle, Kway chap better than apple crumble. Chopstick innards from a soy sauce piglet, neighbour to three ducky winglets. Pile on the belly skin of its mother, squishier than that of its grandmother. Add stick-feet which no longer paddle above a bowl of veggie pickles. And    …

July 2, 2016


A Graduate’s Fulfilment By tanyenxi in Competitions, Discuss, Discussions, Savour this This story tells a tale of the cultural difference between a recent graduate's dreams and that of his single parent father. This piece explores the generation gaps, their aspirations and their ideals.
July 1, 2016


The life and times of Tan ‘Jason’ hui wei By Admin in Savour this Entry by: rrenu253@hotmail.com
July 1, 2016


Assault By jayasp72 in Competitions, Poetry, Savour this My reactions to kway chap, a delicacy that should not be investigated as one must be prepared for the reality - a reality that has been masked by taste, history and common sense. :)
July 1, 2016


Love: Best Before By Schen in Savour this

This is how I knew Ah Ma loved me: every Friday night, there was a plate piled with deep fried goodness. I would tear into it, demolishing wings and drumlets alike, and she would look at the small graveyard beside my plate and call me a hao hai zi. Unlike    …

June 30, 2016


For all the World’s a Stage By escapist in Competitions, Savour this based on recent news which encouraged Singaporeans to cut down on white rice as it may lead to a higher risk of diabetes
June 30, 2016


Connection By Zim in Competitions, Savour this For Singaporeans, food is more than mere sustenance. Food is something around which Singaporeans form bonds and strengthen relationships. It has become a part of our identity.
June 30, 2016


Die, Die, Must Try! By Sradam in Savour this No reviewers were hurt in the making of this poem.
June 30, 2016


A Roti John Fan By passengersg in Competitions, Savour this A savour this story inspired by the Geylang Serai Ramadan Festival.
June 30, 2016