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Culture told through food

Iconic dishes speak of Nonya traditions in M'sian east coast state of Terengganu

TYPICAL MEAL: (Above) Kay bacok, kerabu sotong, kicap telur and kay hong with rice.Kicap telur.
TYPICAL MEAL: Kay bacok, kerabu sotong, kicap telur and kay hong with rice. (Above) Kicap telur. descendant:
DESCENDANT: Madam Teo Choon Bee and her husband Teo Ken Bin.
Madam Bee’s Kitchen.
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TENNIS

Fabulous Federer

Swiss ends Djokovic's incredible winning streak in China to enter Shanghai final

"It was a great match; I moved well, I served well, returned well, volleyed well and moved up to the net well so everything clicked." - Roger federer (above)
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MELISSA PINE goes 10 for 10

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Pine vows a tennis show like no other in S'pore

Canadians are cool and I’m not being cheeky here.

They are relaxed and friendly and engaging, and their famous flag with the famous maple leaf share the colours of Singapore.
Melissa Pine is cool.

She’s charming and engaging and she adores Bruce Springsteen.

And I guess she’s also become an “adopted” Singaporean, if you like.

The Canadian is tournament director of the season-ending Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Finals, which will be on show here for the next five years.

She is charged to turn the tournament with the richest prize purse into the same kind of roaring success she managed at its previous home in Istanbul.

I pointed out that it will be tough to do, considering the conservative nature of Singapore’s fans.

But after experiencing the atmosphere at the Asian netball championships here, Pine believes they will turn the Singapore Indoor Stadium into a raucous hothouse for women's tennis' fifth slam.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 12.

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FAS vice-president Tan wants to revolutionise primary school football

"The Suzuki Cup will be tough. We are drawn in a group where the opponents are not easy. Being the defending champions, there is some pressure. We’ve got home ground advantage, that’s got to count for something. When the fans turn up and roar the team on, we hope there will be an advantage. I think (the national team) should go into the tournament without fear. We go in to win." - FAS vice-president Bernard Tan (above).

Like so many Singaporeans, Bernard Tan is a football fan.

He wants a pack of Lions he can be proud of.

One of four vice-presidents at the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), Tan is plotting for the future, and is putting together a blueprint to create a “great national team” 10 years from now.

Tan and fellow FAS vice-president Edwin Tong have been charged to put together a bid for Singapore to host the Under-17 World Cup in 2019 or 2021, and the mission is to build a team that are good enough to qualify for the
tournament on merit, even if the Republic does get the nod from Fifa to stage the tournament here.

To do that, Tan’s biggest priority is to expand the base by getting more primary school kids to play more football.

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Li still ahead despite a 72

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Red-hot Thai

Thailand’s in-form Pornanong Phatlum.
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F1 to make key changes after Bianchi smash

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Amid sadness, Hamilton sparkles

World championship leader in stunning form for inaugural Russian Grand Prix

RIVALS AT THE TOP: Lewis Hamilton (above, right) shaking hands with teammate Nico Rosberg after the qualifying session of the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi yesterday.
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