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Karst dinnerwear set, KRA Sanctuary

Home Style: Birds, Bees and Botanicals

Stylist Juliet Harper offers tips for finding the right globally-inspired porcelain and pottery for every dining occasion.
HC Jo Tyndall

Diplomatic Taste Buds

Raelene Tan talks to Jo Tyndall, New Zealand High Commissioner to Singapore about her favourite flavours.
Studio Moonchild painting

Discover Singapore’s Street Art

Meet Anthony Chong, aka ANTZ, one of Singapore’s leading street artists and the amazing public art of Kampong Gelam.
Job interview

Career Tips for Life Back in Australia and NZ

Are you considering a move back to Australia or New Zealand and want to supercharge your career chances before you land? Aussie repatriation expert Margot Andersen has tips for keeping your business networks alive and re-entering the workforce with plenty of options.
CÉ LA VI New Menu May 2021

Sky High Street Food

After working all over Asia, native New Yorker Joey Sergentakis landed in Singapore at CÉ LA VI, showcasing local flavours through his innovative Sky-High Hawker concept.

H2GO! Singapore’s Best Water Activities

With Singapore’s tropical climate, water activities are a no-brainer for hours of family fun. Swim, splash and have a blast with these aquatic adventures around the island.
ANZA Feature Arthur Zaaro

Arthur Zaaro – Tree Change

I was at a friend’s chic home clinking glasses and nibbling on cheese, when something on the lovely board caught my eye…and it wasn’t the gorgonzola. There was seal on the beautiful wood that...
ANZA Sports Feature

Annabelle Rehn – Riding High

Aged just fifteen, Dulwich College (Singapore) student Annabelle Rehn is already competing on the world stage in dressage. Annabelle talks about the challenges and triumphs of her sporting career.
ANZA Sports Tammie Grass

Meet swim instructor Tammie Grass

ANZA member Tammie Grass has been in Singapore for over two years, but it was the COVID-19 pandemic that ignited her passion for coaching swimming. She talks to ANZA about her new venture, Swim Squad Singapore and her background as an elite competitive swimmer.
AIS Happy Students

7 Ways to Build Mental Resilience in Kids

With constant COVID-19 cancellations, uncertainty and change, our kids and teens have done it tough over the past 18 months. How can they build mental resilience to cope with an unfolding global pandemic? Australian International School (AIS) Wellbeing Coordinators Duncan Rose (Years 9-12) and Bernadette Ward (Years 6-8) offer advice.