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Article Up close with ink treasures
By: ONG SOR FERN SENIOR CULTURE CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  09/11/2019
Mr Cheong adds: "You can't see this exhibition anywhere else. It's not the usual take on Chinese art."   (965 words)
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Article 5 TCM herbs to boost your immunity
By: HEDY KHOO STFOOD ONLINE EDITOR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FEATURES)  22/09/2019
HAZY DAYS

Chinese physician Cheong Chin Siong recommends these five traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) herbs with recipes

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BEI QI (ASTRAGALUS ROOT)
Astragalus root is said to be beneficial to the immune system.   (705 words)
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Article Detox teas to boost your immunity
By: HEDY KHOO STFOOD ONLINE EDITOR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FOOD & DRINK)  16/02/2020
The recipe also has bei qi (astragalus root), believed to have properties which include tonifying the lung and boosting immunity; as well as dried Mandarin orange peel, believed to help strengthen the stomach. Mr Cheong says: "Nutrition is part of boosting your immunity.   (516 words)
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Article Qi could stand to turn up the heat
By: YEOH WEE TECK,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (LIFESTYLE)  17/05/2018

While there were a couple of dishes I liked at Qi, I have certainly had more pleasurable – but certainly less refined – meals at Sichuan restaurants in the heartlands.

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Article Hot Bods
By: MARK CHEONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (SPORT)  22/07/2018
Fitness

Text and pictures by Mark Cheong

Yeo Ming Qi, 27
Senior wealth planning manager
Height: 1.66m Weight: 50kg
Exercise regimen: I usually hit the gym once or twice a week, where I do HIIT (high intensity interval training) and body weight exercises. I participate in perhaps two dragon boat races per year.   (275 words)
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Online 'Once in a decade' chance to see Chinese masterpieces at ACM's new show, Living With Ink: The Collection of Dr Tan Tsze Chor
By: ONG SOR FERN,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (LIFESTYLE)  08/11/2019
Shrimps by Chinese artist Qi Baishi (1949) Prawns by Chen Wen Hsi (mid-20th century) Shrimps by Chinese artist Qi Baishi (1949, left) and Prawns by Chen Wen Hsi (mid-20th century, right). ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN Chinese artist Qi Baishi was born into a peasant family and was a carpenter before he found fame later as a painter.   (1027 words)
Article Having fun with chee cheong fun
By: EUNICE QUEK FOOD CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FOOD AND DRINK)  27/10/2019

For the past 11/2 years, Ms Yong Yean Hui, 39, has been putting the fun in chee cheong fun (abbreviated to CCF on the menu) at her stall in Maxwell Food Centre, aptly named Chee Cheong Fun Club.
A supplier makes the steamed rice rolls according to her recipe.   (443 words)
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Article Cheong Soo Pieng's late ink works go on show
By: TOH WEN LI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE ARTS)  10/09/2019

Cheong made two trips to China in the 1970s, after which his ink works started to reflect the influence of Song-dynasty painting. He completed around 50 such pieces.   (513 words)
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Article People never let me forget, says Amy Cheong
By: CARA WONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  07/04/2019

Even after she left Singapore shortly after, people tracked her down and harassed her at her home and online, said Ms Cheong, who was a permanent resident here.
Ms Cheong said she regrets making the post and added that she never meant it in a racist way.   (927 words)
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Online Recipes for detox teas to help boost your immunity
By: HEDY KHOO,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (LIFESTYLE)  15/02/2020
The recipe also has bei qi (astragalus root), believed to have properties which include tonifying the lung and boosting immunity; as well as dried Mandarin orange peel, believed to help strengthen the stomach. Mr Cheong says: "Nutrition is part of boosting your immunity.   (549 words)
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