This photograph shows tins of biscuits on sale at the Victoria Street Wholesale Market. Selling by weight, the price of the biscuit per kilo is clearly written on the tin. The price ranges from $6 to $10 per kilo. Title devised by Library staff.
This photograph shows a close-up view of a cup of black coffee with some square-shaped crackers and a Chinese snack. The porcelain coffee cup and saucer with a green floral design depicted in this picture is similar to the cups used in local kopitiams. The crackers and snack are placed...
Shown in this photograph are deep fried dough snacks, with some sprinkled sesame seeds on them. A close-up of some of the snacks offered at a stall at Food Republic at the Suntec City Convention Centre. Title devised by Library staff.
Arts·Heritage and Culture·Communications·Tay, Lionel
Shown in this photograph is a close-up of an old fashioned plate, cup and saucer, placed onto some Chinese newspapers. The plate contains some Chinese traditional beanpaste biscuits, and there are also three Singpost fridge magnets. Title devised by Library staff.
This is a picture of a stall selling deep fried dough snacks. All displayed in a row, making anyone's choice ever so difficult. Stall is in the Food Republic, at the Suntec City Convention Centre. Title devised by Library staff.
This photograph shows neatly stacked tins of biscuits on sale at Victoria Street Wholesale Market. There are many varieties to choose from, and the prices per kilogram are clearly written on the tins. Title devised by Library staff.
Nostalgia is revisited in this photograph, showing a hand dipping a biscuit into a cup of coffee. Remember those flour-coated biscuits? They used to sell them for 5-10cents each in school canteen. And the old-styled cup and saucer evokes a feeling of nostalgia. Title devised by Library staff.
Shown in this photograph is a dish of Chinese snack and newspaper. Read the newspaper, followed by some bean paste Chinese biscuits. Have a sip of hot soybean milk and reminisce of years gone by! Title devised by Library staff.
Nostalgia is evoked in this photograph, depicting a pair of hands, right hand stirring a metal teaspoon in an old-styled cup on a saucer, the left hand holding a Chinese newspaper. A partially coffee soaked cream cracker is on the saucer. Title devised by Library staff.