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The future of Singapore’s food security
Apart from the broadening of fields of research, its applicability to those actually growing the food is another area to be looked into. “No farmers, no food,” says Kenny Eng simply. “Technology alone won’t grow food.” The director of horticultural company Nyee Phoe Group and the immediate past president of Kranji Countryside Association has been working closely with farmers for the past 15 years, and has observed the impact agri-tech has made in the industry.
STORY BY KOH YUEN LIN . The Peak Magazine
Ties That Bind In The Family Business
Building a castle is difficult; defending and maintaining it is harder still, so goes an Asian proverb. How do Singapore’s leading entrepreneurial families keep it going while getting ahead of the curve — by diversifying, digitalising or devising a solid succession strategy?
STORY BY Marie Wee & Hillary Kang . A-Mag
14 Hor Fun Dishes So Hor Jiak You Will Not Hor-der Anything Else
Calida Soh . SETHLUI.com
“I was glad I got it. The portion justified itself, with a huge slab of steak layered on top of the hor fun. While the flavours were atypical of a usual hor fun dish, it actually worked really well together. Sweet, salty and peppery all at once plus the tender and juicy meat, this was worth the S$20.”