Squid Game ang ku kueh? Hokkien, Cantonese, and Teochew classics get a modern makeover

In the works is a collaboration with heritage researcher Lynn Wong that may see Tong Heng producing Toi Shan-style marriage ceremony pastries as a part of the Toi Shan Festival in December. There will even be a brief discuss how conventional Chinese marriage ceremony customs have been simplified immediately.

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“In the last 10 to 20 years, people would just settle for things like traditional decor… they just sign the wedding papers (without many of the traditional rites),” she defined. “With COVID-19, even the wedding banquet has been cancelled… Even if (participants) don’t do it, at least they are aware of what happens (at a traditional Chinese wedding).”


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For 40-year-old chef Ivan Yeo, the impetus to protect his Teochew roots got here when he opened his second 1925 Brewing Company outlet in Joo Chiat Road in 2017. He arrived to search out greater than a few conventional Chinese eating places within the neighbourhood shuttering resulting from manpower or succession points.

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