Let's Think Beyond: Breaking Stereotypes through Cuisine and Culture by Chef Devagi

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults, 50 and above
  • Category: 50plus, Heritage, Other Happenings
Availability: 53
Sat, 30 Nov, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (GMT+8)

library@harbourfront

Programme 2

1 Harbourfront Walk #03-05 Singapore 098585


  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults, 50 and above

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Let's Think Beyond is a series of programmes curated for the "Black & Gold" theme at library@harbourfront for this November and December. During this period, we wish to engage the community in diverse areas and think about the discrimination and stereotypes that govern us. We invite you to think beyond: be open, embrace differences and act for harmony.

Chef Devagi Sanmugam, known at home and abroad as Singapore’s Spice Queen, a reputation well deserved from her experience and expertise as an accomplished authority and master chef in Asian cuisine and spice blending. Chef Devagi will discuss how her own experiences and heritage have influenced stereotyping, discrimination, leading to how they exist in food. She will augment her talk with anecdotes and examples from her visits and work abroad.

This session is suitable for adults and seniors.
Admission is free but registration is required.

Please kindly cancel your registration if you're unable to attend, so that those who are interested may have a seat. Thank you.



More about the speaker:

Chef Devagi has written and co-authored 22 cookbooks. Her latest I Am A Rice Cooker! won third place in the Gourmand World Cookbook Award 2017, in the World’s Best in the cooking schools’ category. You can also find her books on our bookshelves or borrow through our digital library.

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