Despite the high risks of operating business in highly competitive and saturated F&B industry in Singapore, Angela, a deaf Vietnamese lady with full of enterprising spirit, braced up her courage to open her eatery, serving a variety of vietnamese dishes in Orchard Road. Those food aspirations come from her home country, Hanoi. Let’s find out […]
Punchbowl Rashays Restaurant is excited to share the new aspiring project which can be hopefully completed by the end of 2018 – Create it into a more deaf-friendly restaurant.
Farrago organised 3-hours baking course for the deafs at Chantilly Culinary Studio in Kovan. Farrago is a club in National Technology University that empowers the deaf through the activities it organises. The deaf jumped at the opportunity of making tiramisu and macarons taught by instructor and founder named Cecilia Mardianah Hough of this baking studio. Born […]
What is special about sushi rolls at Maki-San? Let’s find out from the deaf guy, Danny who works at this Japanese restaurant. On top of it, he will share his memorable experience with us about his job.
Chai Tao Kway, known as carrot cake, is stir-fried with radish cake made from white radish and steamed rice flour. Usually most hawkers always add lard (pig fat) into Singapore carrot cake. An eye-opening news for you to find out more about a deaf hawker named Mr Peter Goh who is serving fried carrot cake […]
The cafe has built a reputation for being deaf-friendly in Alexandria, Egypt since the 50s.
Living in the world of deafness do not really deter those from running F&B business. Time has changed for those deaf business owners who have proved that they can run their own pizza restaurant, Mozzeriasf and are capable of tackling the challenges that come their way as well as baking delicious pizza.
Do you look for either healthy lunch bowl or western fusion food? Not just for your taste-buds, but also with the lively music for your entertainment, you are blessed with Pen & Inc. This is actually a blessing if you are a student of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore or working there. Located at […]
Vilivi set up the HOPE Cafe that is managed by all employees, friends & deaf co-workers who are specially-abled.
Chef Ken of Pen & Inc tells us through sign language and shares how he gets inspiration for his fusion food dishes. Be inspired by his “Ken-do” spirit. For more info about Hey Magazine Issue 34 on Ken Tan: http://www.hey.ntu.edu.sg/issue34/ken-do-spirit.html Credit: www.hey.ntu.edu.sg