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THE OVERSEAS SCHOOL OF COLOMBO: 64 AND GOING STRONG

  The Overseas School of Colombo, Sri Lanka’s oldest internationally accredited educational institution, celebrated its 64th anniversary on the 23rd of September. “Never erase your past. It shapes who you are today and will help you to be the person...
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THE BREATHTAKING FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

Deepavali, the ‘Festival of Lights’ illuminates households and surroundings by bringing the joy of the festive mode. It is a time to share the joyous spirit with families while recalling the true essence of the festival.   The traditional celebration...
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MAGNIFICENT AND MARVELOUS MASKS OF THE ISLAND

Sri Lanka is home to many indigenous arts and crafts, and the traditional face masks are no exception. Fusing creativity, culture, and tradition, Sri Lankan masks play an important role in the mask heritage. It is also popular in the...
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“NIHONBASHI BURGERS”

“NIHONBASHI BURGERS” PRESENT A JAPANESE RANGE OF HAMBURGERS TO COLOMBO Sri Lankan-Japanese Chefrestaurateur Dharshan Munidasa introduces “Nihonbashi Burgers” to Colombo. These artisanal burgers are an homage to the Japanese ‘Wafu’ Burger; and the starting lineup consists of three varieties of...
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A BIT OF TART & TANG TO WAKE-UP YOUR TASTE BUDS!

Key lime pie is an all-time classic American dessert pie that has been a beloved Florida staple for decades and has won over millions of hearts. This pie is so deeply entrenched in the Sunshine State that in 2006, the...
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CHEF’S TABLE AT THE SEA

THE SEA OPENS SEPTEMBER 1st THE SEAFOOD SPECIALISTS SHARE NEW DETAILS ON THEIR HACKNEY FACILITY The Sea, The Sea’s latest venture set on Acton Mews in Hackney, has released September reservations for its Chef’s Table launch. Led by Executive Chef...
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REFRESHING THIRST QUENCHERS

  King Coconut or Thambili is one of the tropical isle’s abundant and favorite “thirst quenchers”. This popular Sri Lankan beverage is rich in taste and nutrients and commonly used in Ayurvedic therapy. This indigenous beverage is the best choice...
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BINARA POYA

On one such Binara Poya, the order of Buddhist nuns (Bhikkuni) was established following the request by Mahā Prajāpathi Gōthami and 500 women. It reflects how females achieved their freedom 2,500 years before.   When we talk about women’s emancipation,...
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A REAL TASTE OF SRI LANKA: THE TRADITIONAL SRI LANKAN BREAKFAST

A typical Sri Lankan breakfast includes a delicious spread of mouthwatering food from creamy kiribath to crispy hoppers, soft pittu, and pol roti. Each meal is prepared uniquely, fused with flavors of Sri Lankan touch to kick start the day....
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MANIOC: AN ALL TIME FAVORITE

     Long, tapered manioc tubers are dull brown with a hint of grey and rough on the outside. The white flesh of manioc can be composed of floury, sweet, and sour mouthwatering dishes and snacks. Sri Lankans enjoy these...
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