We finally got round to visiting the M+ museum and absolutely loved it. The Sig Collection was a real joy to discover (more so than for my toddler). The scale and design of M+ Museum Hong Kong by Herzog & de Meuron is stunning and puts Hong Kong on the map with the global institutions […]

We checked out Art Basel over the weekend really briefly. The toddler likes looking at things – partly because I also love looking at things and we’ve been going to galleries since he was a newborn. He’s just alot more opinionated and vocal these days as a toddler. I’ve been trying to catch up with […]

I was really lucky to get VIP tickets from a friend to the preview of Digital Art Fair Asia 2021 – the debut in Hong Kong and a personal tour from James Neary himself, the co-founder of the fair. Turkish American artist Refik Anadol’s genius masterpieces headlined the show. I was first acquainted with his […]

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With Covid, no travel, a new baby and all, it is difficult not to turn Chicken Scrawlings into a Mum blog, but I’m still trying and I have lots of backdated content I never got round to posting that will hopefully inspire more cooking, crafting, and eventually travelling when this madness is over. Revisiting the […]

Being pregnant during the year of Coronavirus is a strange time and I suddenly found myself with so much time on my hands as work – let’s be honest, it’s lean times for a freelancer when the hardest-hit industry is hospitality and tourism. I’ve been fortunate enough to have trickles of projects but the volume […]

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I’ve been at sewing for a couple of years now and made a couple of dozen of toddler dresses for my baby niece and a number of friend’s little girls, but it was my first time sewing rompers. And added layer of fun picking out multi-coloured mismatched snap buttons to brighten the day! I also […]

I discovered this little print store Odd One Out tucked away off St Francis Street (up a little flight of stairs) at the junction corner of the Monocle Store and bought a whole bunch of print cards. I must have walked passed plenty of times over the years and didn’t know of their existence until […]

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I had a premium full-year membership with Skillshare and took plenty of food styling and photography short courses to improve my amateur photography for the blog and also develop better skills working with natural light and styling images for both Instagram and the blog. Full transparency, I’m a Skillshare ambassador and I get an extra […]

The Asian Civilisation Museum Singapore held a Guo Pei exhibition showcasing 29 masterpieces by the Chinese couturière. Raised in Beijing, one can see the influences of imperial art and mythology – with dragons, phoenix, the use of gold and symbolism in outfits. This was one of the best exhibitions I saw this year in July […]

The Art Macao festival runs through October and here are some highlights on Art inspired menus as well as creative cocktails to make the best out of your trip to Macao.

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