“2015 is so different from how it was in 1980. As an upcoming artist today, you have to build your own fan base. You have to have all the chops because [record labels] don’t just want potential anymore, they want an already finished product.”
It’s your last chance to show you’ve got what it takes to be Malaysia’s next food celebrity.
Barista Guild Asia is giving away workshops to five R.AGE Food Fight finalists. We speak to its founder, Daniel Liew, to find out what makes a good cup of coffee.
R.AGE Food Fight mentor Chef Darren Chin believes age isn’t an issue when it comes to opening your own restaurant.
Chef Wan takes his mittens off to discuss R.AGE Food Fight, and his thoughts on young F&B entrepreneurs.
R.AGE followed three cheerleaders back into their classrooms to see how they’re doing with their return to school, post-CHEER
Famous blogger and R.AGE Food Fight judge, KY Speaks, tells us the reason most blogs flop.
Le Cordon Bleu master chef Rodolphe Onno talks about being a Food Fight judge.
Our contributor-turned-realtor Clarissa Say gives her perspective on racial discrimination on the rental market.
Some of South-East Asia’s brightest young filmmakers found a place to call home at Tropfest SEA 2015, the region’s largest short film festival.
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