1. Play: Augmented reality with the kids
2. Watch: A music legend
3. Explore: A virtual festival featuring South-east Asian creatives
Among the Singaporeans featured are award-wining designer Theseus Chan, who designed the festival’s new logo. PHOTO: PORSCHE
The newest edition of Scopes, Driven By Porsche, which debuted in Berlin in 2018, moves online and features the works of creative trendsetters from across South-east Asia.
The festival comprises documentaries, workshops, podcasts, interactive live panels and talks from personalities in the art, design, music, lifestyle and sustainability fields.
Among the Singaporeans featured are award-winning designer Theseus Chan, who designed Scopes’ new logo; and singer-songwriter Narelle Kheng, a former member of pop band The Sam Willows.
The festival by sports car manufacturer Porsche will also feature personalities such as Ms Lorin Winata, founder of Asia’s first non-alcoholic aperitif brand, Melati Drinks, crafted from Indonesian wellness tonics; and Dr Ayesha Khanna, chief executive of ADDO AI, an artificial intelligence advisory firm and incubator based in Singapore.
Info: Visit the Scopes website
4. Comfort Cooking: No-fry veggie side dishes
Chilled vegetables can be prepared ahead of time. ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO
For vegetable recipes that require minimal cooking, I regularly turn to healthier Korean-style side dishes of sigeumchi namul (seasoned spinach) and sukju namul (seasoned mung bean sprouts).
Unlike stir-fries, these chilled side dishes are easy to prepare and can be done ahead of time.
So, when dinnertime rolls around, all I have to do is take out the seasoned vegetables from the fridge and dish them up.