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Stir-fried Crispy Yam Stick

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Double-boiled Chicken with Bird's Nest Soup

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Fish Head with Yam Soup

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Stir-fried Leeks with Pig's Intestines

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Stuffed Pig's Intestine with Custard Egg

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Chicken Rice with Roux Sauce

Taste of Tradition

The all-important Chinese New Year reunion dinner isn't only about family gatherings but a celebration of one's cultural heritage. David Yip finds out what the various Chinese dialect groups bring to the table
Jan 21, 2017 5:50 AM

'Melting pot' doesn't come close to describing the rich cornucopia that is Singapore's food scene. But cliched though it may be, it's probably the best way to describe how the Chinese cook today. Walk into a Teochew restaurant, for example, and you'll probably find Cantonese dimsum as well.

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