chicken scrawlings juliana loh

Photo by Lilian Yeung. Art direction by Alex Chen of Cakeshop. 

Hello!

Chicken Scrawlings is a blog that chronicles food and travel adventures (and everything else in between) as a trailing spouse.

For work enquiries,

📩 : <jloh>:please:remove:this:at:chickenscrawlings:dot:com

Juliana also contributes to the South China Morning Post, the South East Asia edition of Travel + Leisure , Forbes Travel Guide and is the AFAR local expert in Macao.

Apart from food and wanderlust, Juliana loves reading (fiction & autobiographies), art, films, photography, culture and history. She has lived and worked in Treviso, Beijing, Macao and Hong Kong. But at heart, she will always be a laksaslurping, kueh pie tee -making Singapore girl.

**All posts on restaurants and travel are paid for. And for those few invitations, there’s always a disclaimer.

Photos shot with both iphone 6 and DSLR Canon 1200D

With her other hats on, Juliana is an ex-hotelier turned freelance Marketing and Digital Strategist helping both MNCs, startups and creative entrepreneurs build on their brand positioning and chart a path of strategic growth in the Asia Pacific region, particularly China.

She was also an adjunct lecturer at the Institute for Tourism Macao (IFT) and currently also lectures at General Assembly Singapore. 

Head over here to check out her portfolio and services.

5 Comments

  1. Javed Ali
    Mar 18, 2016 @ 15:44:01

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    • bilbaobab
      Mar 21, 2016 @ 10:37:45

      Hi Javed,

      Thanks for stopping by. Will drop you a note to learn more!

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  2. james carstairs
    Oct 29, 2016 @ 18:51:10

    Can u tell me your email. I tried to send you but bounched back

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  3. Eve Turow Paul
    Feb 23, 2017 @ 05:33:09

    Juliana,

    I am a fellow food writer and for the last several years my focus has been on youth food culture. My aim has been to answer the simple question: Why are young people today so obsessed with food? For the last many years my research has focused on the U.S. About 16 months ago I released a book on this topic and I immediately received interest abroad, where people told me the “foodie” trend was also taking hold. Since then, I’ve been continuing my research and looking at these trends more broadly.

    Now, I’m focusing in on three key areas: Food as safety, food as belonging and food as purpose. Examples of each would be: looking for items with simple, transparent ingredients (safety), going vegan and joining and online vegan community (belonging), or giving up your traditional job to become an organic farmer (purpose).

    I’d love to speak with you about this topic and learn whether you do or do not see people using food as safety/belonging/purpose. The interview would be used for a new book.

    Let me know if this interests you.

    Best,

    Eve

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    • bilbaobab
      Feb 23, 2017 @ 11:15:15

      Hi Eve!

      Thanks for stopping by my blog. Checked out your site and really interesting research and work. I’d love to help. I’ve dropped you an email. :)

      Reply

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