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World Chefs: Justin Quek keeps tradition in French-Asian fusion

04 Mar 2014

SINGAPORE Modern fusion is the hallmark of Singaporean chef Justin Quek but tradition and technique are his unshakable foundation as he reinvents Asian favourites with French flavours and flair.

World Chefs: Justin Quek keeps tradition in French-Asian fusion

04 Mar 2014

SINGAPORE Modern fusion is the hallmark of Singaporean chef Justin Quek but tradition and technique are his unshakable foundation as he reinvents Asian favorites with French flavors and flair.

World Chefs: Justin Quek keeps tradition in French-Asian fusion

04 Mar 2014

SINGAPORE, March 4 Modern fusion is the hallmark of Singaporean chef Justin Quek but tradition and technique are his unshakable foundation as he reinvents Asian favourites with French flavours and flair.

Singapore's new Sports Hub unveils rugby, tennis and music events

27 Feb 2014

SINGAPORE Sports fans can look forward to international rugby and women's tennis - along with Asian soccer, swimming and badminton events - once the new Singapore Sports Hub has its soft launch in April and opens fully in June.

Singapore's new Sports Hub unveils rugby, tennis and music events

27 Feb 2014

SINGAPORE, Feb 27 Sports fans can look forward to international rugby and women's tennis - along with Asian soccer, swimming and badminton events - once the new Singapore Sports Hub has its soft launch in April and opens fully in June.

Sailing-Ainslie sets British course for America's Cup

20 Feb 2014

SINGAPORE Sailing legend Ben Ainslie has his sights on a British victory at the next America's Cup but is keeping his skills sharp and putting some new crew members to the test at the start of this year's Extreme Sailing Series in Singapore.

Pentagon weapons buyer sees tough choices from tight budgets

11 Feb 2014

SINGAPORE Tighter budgets risk hurting the combat readiness of some U.S. military units and will force tough decisions about research and procurement, but key weapons such as the F-35 fighter jet remain a priority, a senior Pentagon official said on Tuesday.

Pentagon weapons buyer sees tough choices from tight budgets

11 Feb 2014

SINGAPORE Tighter budgets risk hurting the combat readiness of some U.S. military units and will force tough decisions about research and procurement, but key weapons such as the F-35 fighter jet remain a priority, a senior Pentagon official said on Tuesday.

Pussy Riot duo 'pay tribute' to Russia government for award nomination

17 Jan 2014

SINGAPORE Pussy Riot's nomination for an arts award in Singapore should be extended to the Russian government for giving prominence to the protest collective by jailing members over their "Punk Prayer" video, two of the women said with heavy sarcasm. | Video

Pussy Riot duo "pay tribute" to Russia gov't for award nomination

17 Jan 2014

SINGAPORE Pussy Riot's nomination for an arts award in Singapore should be extended to the Russian government for giving prominence to the protest collective by jailing members over their "Punk Prayer" video, two of the women said with heavy sarcasm.

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