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Here’s what it’s like inside Facebook’s first Singapore cafe, where the adorable emoji pancakes and coffee are completely free

Facebook is giving out free pancakes and coffee in Singapore for 3 days only, and everything will look good on your Instagram feed.

Asia will have 250 million more people by 2030, and it’ll need S$1 trillion more investments to feed itself sustainably

By 2030, food spending in Asia is expected to double to US$8 trillion, and there will be 250 million more mouths to feed.

After catastrophic loungewear launch, McDonald’s surprises with smooth global launch of Hello Kitty carriers

According to people who prepared to queue, the sale was easy and there's plenty of stock.

McDonald’s Singapore introduces new Choco Banana Pie, available from Oct 31

The pie has two fillings - warm chocolate and smooth banana.

‘I am much indebted to you’: Lee Kuan Yew thanked Malaysia’s current Queen for years of ‘supplying’ sambal belacan

"Can my family have a few more?"Lee Kuan Yew wrote to Malaysia's Queen after she sent some of her delicious sambal belacan.

House of Seafood apologises over ‘crab claw’ machine, says wanted to encourage children to release crabs into ocean

"We have ‘gloves’ put onto the claws in the machine... to make sure that the claws will not injure or be painful to the crabs," House of Seafood said.

Malaysians triggered after being left out of top 50 street foods ranking – which put Singapore at #1

Malaysians are saying that there is "something very wrong" with the list, which is based on a survey of 92,000 business travellers.

M1 is working on a S$24 million testbed to improve road safety – and a 5G network for hot pot restaurant Haidilao customers

Customers at Haidilao's new Marina Square restaurant will get to play virtual and augmented reality games in a special "5G experience corner".

Competition regulator gives BreadTalk’s S$80 million Food Junction deal the green light

Combined market share of the companies post-merger will remain below 20%, CCCS said.