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Netizens are up in arms after Netflix featured Singapore and Indonesia in a show on Asian street food, but left out Malaysia

Netflix's new series will feature hawkers from nine countries: Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, India, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. But not Malaysia.

The chef behind Crystal Jade’s wonton mee has died, and the internet is helping to bring his ashes back from Hong Kong

His widow is still raising funds to pay for a space at a private columbarium "after drying up her savings for the five-figure deposit fees", KF Seetoh revealed.

You can pair sake with bak chor mee, or even bathe in it for good skin – here’s what else you didn’t know about the Japanese rice wine, ac...

Also, expensive sake doesn't equate to good quality sake, according to one of only two Sake Service Institute Official Lecturers in Singapore.

Singapore officially submitted its hawker culture nomination to Unesco with celebratory photos and videos – but some Malaysians aren’t too happy...

Many Malaysian netizens aren't too happy about it. Jimmy Lee's comment read: "Somebody is trying to steal the show."

The CEO of Cedele avoids bee hoon for breakfast at all costs – here’s what else she does to maintain a healthy lifestyle

Cedele's founder says that to stay healthy, the total amount of food a person should eat per meal must not exceed the size of both palms placed together.

CNN just claimed chendol is a top Singapore dessert – and Malaysians got absolutely triggered

Some Singaporeans - including prominent food blogger Leslie Tay - even admitted Malaysian cendol tasted better.

Lime juice at Adam Road and a visit to an ancestor’s memorial: How Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is spending time in Singapore

From visiting his great-great-great-great-grandmother's memorial plaque at Fort Canning Park, to dropping by Adam Road for lime juice.

Deliveroo will offer cheap food from 2,000 hawkers by the end of next year – and you can order from more than one stall

Cheap prices, free delivery, and customers can choose dishes from multiple stalls.