Audrey Kang

  • What is the fuss over Louis Vuitton x Supreme all about?

    Streetwear fans around the world and in Singapore have been queuing up to get their hands on the coveted Louis Vuitton x Supreme collection released this month – but what exactly is the collection about?

  • Get your nasi lemak fix with McDonald's Nasi Lemak Burger

    Singaporeans are known for their love of food, and what better way to celebrate National Day next month than by eating local food?

  • Photo of Miss Singapore Beauty Pageant 2017 finalists draws flak online

    Miss Singapore 2017 finalists in action as they perform their unique talents and take the catwalk in gorgeous bikinis and outfits in their very first public appearance this year. Beauty pageant contestants in Singapore can’t catch a break. First there was Ris Low, who won the Miss Singapore World title and made waves online for her poor English and credit card fraud.

  • Lonely Planet names Singapore's Keong Saik Road among best travel destinations in Asia

    Here’s another reason to visit Keong Saik Road – the area in Singapore’s Chinatown has been ranked fourth in Lonely Planet’s Best in Asia travel destination guide.

  • Unofficial NDP song featuring Singaporeans wants to bring One Nation Together

    One Nation Together is a ground-up effort featuring contributions from Singaporeans around the world. It’s that time of the year again – Singapore’s National Day looms and a new official NDP song is released, to the amusement and chagrin of Singaporeans. While official NDP songs from previous years have sparked discussion online, it is an unofficial National Day song that’s gaining attention this year.

  • Changi Airport welcomes Singaporeans to preview newly-built T4

    Changi Airport’s Terminal Four is holding an Open House from 7 to 20 August 2017. Singaporeans have something new to look forward to at Changi Airport, as locals are being invited to a sneak peek at the newly-built Terminal 4 before operations begins in the latter half of 2017. A specially-created T4 Open House app is also available to guide visitors along the tour route, during which participants can play location-based in-app games to win e-vouchers to spend at Changi Airport’s retail and food outlets.

  • Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle: From hawker to global brand

    Chef Chan Hon Meng captured attention worldwide when his hawker stall won a Michelin star in 2016. One year ago, it was just a nondescript stall among the thousands of hawker stalls spread across Singapore. Today, Singaporean chef Chan Hon Meng’s Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodles is a two-time Michelin star winner with six outlets around the world, with another outlet set to open in Melbourne.

  • More Singapore eateries awarded the prestigious Michelin star-ratings

    38 Singapore eateries were awarded Michelin star-ratings at the second MICHELIN guide Singapore star event that took place on Thursday evening (29 June) at The Fullerton Hotel.

  • Universal Studios Singapore ranked top amusement park in Asia

    Universal Studios Singapore has been ranked by travel site TripAdvisor as the top Asian amusement park for the fourth year running, with Hong Kong’s Disneyland and Ocean Park coming in at second and third place respectively. USS was also ranked number 17 in TripAdvisor’s world ranking.

  • Singaporean newlyweds share ups and downs of getting hitched young

    For many Singaporeans, their early 20s are a new chapter in their lives, be it resuming their ordinary lives after completing national service or entering the workforce after graduation. However, for some young Singaporeans, this new chapter also involves marriage. Despite the majority of Singaporeans now marrying much later in their lives, Abigail Lee and Luke Yan are among the newlyweds who have bucked the trend.

  • Where to eat: Hipster and romantic eateries near stations along Tuas West MRT extension

    When someone mentions Tuas, you probably think factories and, of course, the Tuas Checkpoint. But that doesn’t mean the industrial district is as godforsaken as you think.

  • Weekend guide (23-25 June): G-Dragon, Carouselland, Dreamworks Day

    It’s going to be an exciting weekend ahead, as some of the most recognisable names in music, retail and animation arrive in Singapore.

  • Sibling rivalry: Singapore experts share tips on how to minimise damage

    Experts that Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spoke to said the most common symptoms of rivalry between siblings include talking badly about each other, but more severe symptoms may also manifest. Parents – or anyone with a brother or sister – will know how frustrating it is when children squabble, and even more so when the children in question are siblings trying to one-up each other. Competition can sometimes be a good thing, especially in spurring one to do better, but can also easily lead to more serious consequences such as sibling abuse or bullying.

  • Popular shoe brand Melissa opens 'world's largest flagship store' in Singapore

    Shoppers have another reason to celebrate, because shoe brand Melissa is opening a flagship store in Singapore at Raffles City Shopping Centre.

  • Naked and proud: Why some Singaporean women are still posing for 'nude' photos

    While photos of #OOTD, #FoodPorn and makeup transformations continue to flood our Instagram feeds. Enter #nudeart and you'll discover another side to Instagram where you’ll find public photos of young women, some of which are Singaporean, posing partially nude or implied nude.

  • Weekend guide (16-18 June): Downton Abbey exhibition, Bii With You

    It’s going to be a star-studded weekend ahead, as celebrities from all fields arrive in Singapore. From the hit TV series Downton Abbey to UFC stars Holly Holm and Bethe Correia, there’s something for everyone to look forward to.

  • From KOI to woobbee, here are Singapore's most popular bubble tea flavours

    Bubble tea has been making news lately, with announcements about Gong Cha being replaced by home-grown brand LiHo, before news broke that Gong Cha will be returning to Singapore after all. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore asked staff at some of Singapore’s popular bubble tea chains about the drinks they sell to find out which are the favourites. KOI The’s most popular drink is its Bubble Milk Tea.

  • Gong Cha will return to Singapore

    Fans of bubble tea chain Gong Cha were left reeling - and rushing to get their final drinks - last week, when it was announced that all 80 existing Gong Cha outlets in Singapore would be replaced by homegrown brand LiHo, but their shock might have been premature.

  • Actor Julian Hee hurt in alleged road rage incident

    Actor Julian Hee was allegedly hurt in a road rage incident, after a man “starting hammering” on him following a conflict. UPDATE 2: Julian has confirmed that he is suffering from a skull fracture after the assault, and has just undergone a CT angiography to monitor the bleeding. UPDATE: Julian Hee confirmed that he is still hospitalised, and will be filing a police report once he is discharged.