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It's the bombe - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Food

It's the bombe

Singaporeans can’t get enough of the stuffed Italian doughnuts, or bombolonis, by MasterChef Singapore runner-up Genevieve Lee.

Bittersweet symphony - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Books

Bittersweet symphony

It is the end of a year that has upended the world and changed life as we know it. There has been loss, there has been grief, yet love thrives through it all.

Female power - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Interview

Female power

Harpreet Bedi, CEO of luxury boutique hotel group, Garcha Group, knows full well the challenges faced by today’s modern woman.

Festive reads for the soul - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Books

Festive reads for the soul

Some books simply beg to be read by a cosy nook, with hot chocolate or mulled wine.

A Utopia reimagined - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Art

A Utopia reimagined

Founder and director of the Foundation for The Arts and Social Enterprise, Michael Tay, has loved music since he was a child.

Pushing boundaries - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Interview

Pushing boundaries

Jaelle Ang, co-founder and CEO of The Great Room, is used to people telling her “it’ll never work”. That was what they said when she started the co-working space in 2016.

How to dress like a BOSS - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Style

How to dress like a BOSS

Burning questions on modern Asian style and dressing dilemmas of the day

BY STEVEN LAM

 

Powerful writing indeed - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Books

Powerful writing indeed

Marieke Lucas Rijneveld’s movingly laconic The Discomfort of Evening marks the return of the novel of the interior

Books

Unsung heroes

The Shadow King by Maaza Mengiste is a tale of war but the story is not about men

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