Lana Cake Shop’s Legacy Will Live On With The Founder’s Son Taking Over

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When the founder of Lana Cake Shop, Violet Kwan, announced back in 2016 that she was ready to call it quits, and was offering to handover her pride and joy (her shop) to potential buyers, many Singaporeans were called to attention. Many of whom had grown up eating her iconic Chocolate Fudge Cake, either for birthdays or just because.

In an interview with Straits Times, Mr Jason Kwan (the founder’s son) shared his decision to continue his mother’s legacy. Having left his previous job as a banker, he has been working on revitalising Lana Cake Shop over the past 18 months, breathing new life and improving it slowly from branding to work processes.

Of course, not forgetting perfecting his mother’s timeless Chocolate Fudge Cake recipe.
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White Rabbit Ice Cream Is A Hit And White Rabbit Is Not Happy About It

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When the news broke that a popular LA-based ice cream parlour was selling ice cream a unique white rabbit-flavoured ice cream, the internet went mad. Pictures of these creamy white ice creams encased in packaging that distinctively resembles the signature White Rabbit wrapping have been circulating on social media platforms and everyone has been trying to get their hands on it.

One man on Weibo even went as far as to say that “for this reason alone, [he] decided that [he was] going to LA again”. But now, all of that hype might be all for nothing because the original manufacturers of said White Rabbit Sweet, Guan Sheng Yuan, is not happy with it and may potentially sue the ice cream parlour.

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8 Photography Spots In Singapore That We hardly See On Instagram

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We now live in an era where social media is king, where your online presence is more important than anything else. When spending hours taking #OOTDs of your significant other, for him or her to boost their own public appeal via Instagram is more important than quality time. It’s sad, for the most part, pathetic, but it is what it is—the future.

Singapore, despite being a tiny island, has its own fair share of places where you can nail that perfect shot. With its combination of high-rise buildings, beautiful greenery and sleek architecture, our sunny little island is the perfect canvas for you to play around with to achieve captivating Insta-worthy photos be it edgy, street-style photography or beautiful natural landscapes.

If you are, however, running out of ideas on where to take your next #OOTD or bring your overseas friends, fret not because here is a list of 8 photography spots in Singapore to explore with your squad. READ ON

Red Star Restaurant – One Of The Last Surviving Push Cart Dim Sum Restaurants In Singapore

Red Star Restaurant

A highly celebrated stalwart in the Chinese dim sum scene here in Singapore, Red Star Restaurant is one that needs no introduction.

Red Star Dim Sum Trolley

Here is where one can relish in a large selection of dim sum goodies be it steamed or fried and have them served to you table-side via food trolleys—the traditional way. Standing as one of the few Chinese restaurants left in Singapore (or at least the only one we know about) that still serves dim sum this way, Red Star Restaurant is a gem that many loyal patrons, new and old, hold dear.

If you’d like to experience proper Cantonese dim sum dining the traditional way, then Red Star Restaurant is where it’s at.
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29 Dog-Friendly Cafes And Restaurants In Singapore To Bring Your Furkids To

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There’s nothing we’d love more than to travel the world and see the views with our furry companion at our sides, even if it means just taking a couple of steps outside of our house or to lounge on the couch watching Discovery Channel with them. Still, whether it’s for a breath of fresh air or to mingle with other furry friends, there has to be more than just the regular dog park.

To save your time and effort in searching, here’s our comprehensive list of dog-friendly cafes and restaurants in Singapore.

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18 High Ses Afternoon Tea Places In Hong Kong To Pamper Yourself Like A Royal

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At the mere mention of Hong Kong, one would immediately think of a beautiful, bustling city filled with lots of people, exciting places to shop at as well as delicious dim sum. Besides that, Hong Kong is a renowned food paradise with a plethora of mouthwatering eats at your local dim sum joint, hipster cafe or cha chaan teng.

But if you’re looking for something a notch higher, Hong Kong is also home to numerous places that provide excellent afternoon tea. Locals love their afternoon tea. Period. And what better way than to experience tea time—the high ses way—than at one of these 15  afternoon tea places in Hong Kong?
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14 Restaurants & Cafes In Singapore Great For Your Little Ones – No iPads Required

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Having kids is pure joy, right up until the point they start to whine, cry and cause a scene in public. That’s right, nothing sucks the living joy out of a family outing quite like a tantrum-throwing child.

Dining out is inherently difficult if you have a kid that’s easily restless but it doesn’t always have to be a problem. All you need is something that’ll keep them occupied, for instance, an iPad with cartoons playing on loop (as per the norm nowadays), or better yet, a kid-centric menu with attractive yummies or even space for them to run wild and free.

Don’t own an iPad? Well, fret not mommies and daddies because here is our list of 14 restaurants and cafes in Singapore that are great for your little ones, ensuring that you’ll be able to enjoy family time through proper bonding.
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