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Love it or hate it. I can’t think of another fruit or dish that offers the same level of creaminess and satisfaction upon consumption. Okay, wagyu beef and foie gras are also top on the list of absolutely heavenly foods, but that’s for another story. Our love for durians and all things durian is something Singaporeans, and Malaysians grew up with. In the spirit of camaraderie, did you know fresh durians and other durian-related products (There's even a durian card game if you are interested!) are available on Shopee, Lazada and Amazon?
If you are on Team Durian like myself, here’s a list all things durian; from fresh durians, durian mochi, durian kueh lapis, durian coffee powder, durian dried fruit, durian biscuits, and durian popcorn we think you should try. As you must be aware, fresh durian supply is on a day-to-day basis and while stocks last, so cart it out right now! Heck, get more than 1 box. You don’t want to leave out any of your family members, do you?
Keeping my hands clean is obviously top of mind right now, so I took it upon myself to try several hand sanitizer brands this month. This Touchland Power Mist Hand Sanitizer ($12) is both effective and pretty to look at - an awesome combination. "The dermatologist tested formula is packed with good-for-you ingredients like hydrating Aloe Vera and a blend of essential oils to leave hands soft and healthy," Touchland states.
A week or two on a Greek island sounds like just the antidote for post-pandemic weariness. Yet the UK’s ever changing travel rules, and restrictions in Greece itself, make it tricky to plan a late summer getaway.
There was a time when 'sustainable clothing' would conjure images of unflattering and suspiciously scratchy styles. Thankfully, there are now a number of brands (and vintage shops) challenging that view. When it comes to online shopping, there are tips we can take on board when trying to make our wardrobes more planet-friendly, whether it's organising clothes swaps with friends or investing in timeless, transitional pieces.
Back in the mid-1980s, I was travelling on the Tube to go shopping in London’s Oxford Street, dressed like every other 17-year-old from Essex, in that suburban fare of bleached jeans and a yellow tanktop. Sitting opposite me was a black-clad student, wearing Doc Martens and reading James Joyce. I want to be that person, I thought.