On Lunar New Year, families open their doors to loved ones from near and far.
The Lunar New Year is around the corner, and so is the tradition of spring-cleaning for those who celebrate the festival. (Also a great excuse for those who need a nudge to purge!)
Planning to make your own egg rolls and pineapple tarts for family and friends this year? How do you keep yourself from being steamrolled by the amount of work required? Home baker extraordinaire May Foo has some tips to help.
When the weather turns warm, it’s the perfect time for a pool party. That doesn’t have to mean a backyard full of shrieking kids. If you’d like to unwind by throwing an adult-only party, it’s a great way to cool off with friends in a fun, relaxed environment.
Learning the finer points of cacao can only enhance our love and enjoyment of our favourite year-round treat — and knowing how to choose the right bar can really take your baked goods to the next level.
Dressing your newborn right goes beyond matching colours and styles. The right laundering practices can make wearing their clothing more comfortable while still looking their best.
The confinement period after pregnancy is a tradition that has deep roots in many Asian cultures. The first 30 to 40 days after giving birth is when new mothers are “confined” to a daily regimen that helps their bodies to recover from the strain of childbirth.
You spend a lot of time assembling the perfect mix of people for a dinner party, but somehow the conversation just doesn’t quite get where you’d like it to. Why?
Just purchased a new home? Congratulations on becoming a homeowner, but now it’s time to fill it up with all the living essentials you’ll need. This includes appliances, which can cost a pretty penny, so think carefully about which ones you should get.
Play dates are a great way for kids to meet new friends and learn to socialise with other children their age. They’re also great for stay-at-home parents to get some much-needed social interaction in.