posts by Rahel Joseph
Until I was sixteen, I ate to live. Food was a mere necessity – I approached mealtimes with the same dispassion I approached brushing my teeth. But all that changed when I was dispatched to a boarding school in England. On my first evening, our dinner consisted of stringy cabbage, a piece of something laughably described as “cold meat” and fluorescent green peas.
Join Roslisham Ismail, founder of Parking Project as he leads a tasting tour through some of the best food places in Kampung Baru.
Food & Philosophy: I taste therefore I am
by Edward Cody
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Philosopher of taste
By Edward Cody, from the Washington Post Foreign Service
Food & Film: Drink Actor Director
by Paula Marantz Cohen
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Eating and cooking are big in cinema today. What took so long?
By Paula Marantz Cohen, written for the Smart Set.
Another month, another art space opens. Another night, another art opening. But how open and accessible is Malaysian art? Can it be as appreciated as Nasi Lemak or Char Kuey Teow? Find out. Join us.
‘Buka Baju’ will have presentations, talks and open forum on performance art – what it is, what it isn’t, what people have done, what people would like to do, what is possible and what is just…like dat.