Swing, Splash, Shoot and Sail

Suit up, shape up. If you’re looking to give some new sports a go – from teams to one-offs – there’s a heap of places to hit up, Gerard Ward finds. Archery Archery Club of Singapore542...

Eating gong gong and la la at Chomp Chomp

Get a taste for Singaporean flavour at this lively hawker centre, Carolyn Beasley says. Many expats in Singapore love their local hawker food. But there’s one hawker centre that’s famous among Singaporeans and frequented by...

How to Host a Stress-Free Christmas Party

There’s nothing better than a simple, stress-free Christmas catch up with your crew. Stylist Juliet Harper throws a festive party with some ANZA friends, with minimal prep and cooking time. Here’s her simple recipe for a cracking good time…

Being an Ar’tisane’

Australia’s boutique tea brand is trying to introduce the concept of mixing loose leaf teas together to create something new, Gerard Ward finds. It’s difficult enough to get the right amount of milk measurement for...

How to Grow Your Own Balcony Veggie Garden

Expats Thorben Linneberg and Nadine Keller created the Aerospring gardening system, so they could grow vegetables on their balcony. Their urban gardening hobby has become a booming business. Nadine talks to ANZA about how gardening helps condo dwellers relax, relieve stress and grow their own produce.

Expat Mental Health

World Mental Health Day is on Wednesday 10 October, with depression as this year’s focus. Dr Méli Noël at IMC Jelita talks to ANZA about expat mental health, including spotting the signs and finding support.
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10 minutes with: Jon Cooper

Having given many ANZA tours around Adam Park, we hear about author Jon Cooper’s recent book ‘Tigers in the Park: The Wartime Heritage of Adam Park’ – surrounding his extensive research into the area’s...

Singapore Sports History

Karola Clark delves back into the history books to reveal Singapore’s sporting history.

Bali Sabbatical

Former Singapore expat Karien van Ditzhuijzen writes about moving from big city Singapore to a small rural community in Indonesia. Her three children now attend The Green School, and the family live in a peaceful villa, surrounded by rice fields. “Tumbak Bayuh is a village on the west coast of Bali, about ten minutes from the sea and the hustle and bustle of touristy Canggu. It’s a different world.”