Friends of A recommend their favourite restaurants, and tell us why they’re worth the circuit breaker wait.
In opening Villepin in Hong Kong, Dominique and Arthur de Villepin are making a statement on the role and responsibility of the collector in today’s art world.
It may be a fight for survival, but for players in the food and beverage industry, unity gives each a stronger voice. Beppe de Vito and Loh Lik Peng — two restaurateurs whose text messages morphed into the #savefnb movement — reflect on the pandemic’s devastating impact and what it’ll take to emerge stronger.
Meanwhile, we revisit past female winners of the James Dyson Award.
WFH for Rhonda Wong involves back-to-back Zoom meetings, gazillions phone calls and replying e-mails by the bathtub.
Labour Arty’s ‘Dumpling Parties’ Aren’t Just About Food — They Provide Migrant Workers With A Taste Of Home
Every Chinese New Year, founder Ou Ningfei cooks up thousands of dumplings for Chinese migrants to enjoy a slice of home, and to bridge the gap between them and their adopted country.