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Article Jazz up huai shan noodles with eggs
By: HEDY KHOO,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (LIFESTYLE)  28/11/2019
Here is a quick recipe for huai shan noodles with egg that uses economical ingredients but makes for a luxurious meal. Eggs are a low-cost protein and the ultimate convenience food. Instead of reaching out for instant noodles, amp things up with huai shan noodles, made from wheat and huai shan (Chinese wild yam) extract.   (567 words)
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Article S'pore items at expo – chilli crab, durians, massage chairs
By: DANSON CHEONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  07/11/2019
Danson Cheong   (392 words)
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Article Mango dessert specialist Hui Lau Shan back in Singapore
By: EUNICE QUEK FOOD CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE TRENDING)  17/01/2020
According to the brand's website, Hui Lau Shan was founded in Hong Kong in the 1960s. Back then, it sold herbal jelly and herbal tea. In the 1980s, the menu expanded with the addition of dishes such as red bean jelly and pan-fried radish cake. In 1992, Hui Lau Shan created the recipe for its popular mango sago.   (283 words)
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Article 'Laut' antara 'gunung' di Jalan Besar
By: FARID HAMZAH,   Berita Harian  Berita Harian  (SETEMPAT)  19/11/2018

"Maksud nama 'Da Hai Shan' sebenarnya metafora. Dalam bahasa Mandarin, 'Da Hai' bermaksud lautan dan 'Shan' bermaksud gunung.
"Ini bak simbol bagi bubur Teochew, iaitu air dalam bubur itu seakan lautan dan butiran nasinya seakan gunung," katanya.   (419 words)
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Article Ms Tay Shan Min's beauty tips
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FEATURES)  20/10/2019
Challenges Of Cancer

SKINCARE
Medical therapies have made her skin dull, dehydrated with fine lines, and prone to itch and irritation.
She steers clear of products with fragrance or alcohol, which can trigger eczema and skin flush. These include many whitening products, which have   (319 words)
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Article Pay $5 for a Mao Shan Wang
By: EUNICE QUEK FOOD CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  01/06/2019

"Especially for Mao Shan Wang durians, consumers will still wait for the price to drop further before buying. Mao Shan Wang prices will fluctuate the most like the stock market because it is the most popular in Singapore."
Durian Delivery delivers vacuum-sealed durian in 400g and 800g portions.   (884 words)
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Article Tots take on YouTube / SHAN AND SHAISTA SHOW
By: EDDINO ABDUL HADI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FAMILY)  24/02/2019

The third video shows her and Shan playing BeanBoozled, a game in which participants eat jelly beans with odd flavours such as rotten egg and lawn clippings.   (172 words)
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Article What the world is hawking to China
By: DANSON CHEONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  06/11/2019
Malaysian durians Singapore and Malaysian firms had a variety of durian products on display, from durian pizza to vacuum-packed premium Mao Shan Wang. Russian king crabs Chinese diners are acquiring a taste for expensive seafood that "makes them look wealthy" when it arrives at the dinner table, claims one importer. Danson Cheong   (294 words)
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Article Stags beat Shan United to go top of AFC Cup group
The New Paper  The New Paper  (SPORTS)  11/03/2020
football Tampines Rovers went top of the AFC Cup's Group H, after a 2-1 win over Myanmar's Shan United at the Jurong West Stadium last night. The Stags scored through Boris Kopitovic and Jordan Webb, before Hein Phyo Win pulled one back for the visitors.   (90 words)
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Article Classic contender
By: WONG AH YOKE FOOD CRITIC,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FOOD AND DRINK)  28/10/2018

The cheong fun, called Steamed Red Rice Roll Wrapped With Crispy Rice And Scallops ($7.80 a plate), was not your usual white sheets drenched in soya sauce.
Instead, the scarlet rolls were cut into chunks and served dry, looking like odd sausages. But they were really good.   (922 words)
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