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#Stayhome guide for Friday: Listen to jazz, cook crispy chewy oyster omelette and more

LISTEN: JAZZ IN JULY

PHOTO: ESPLANADE – THEATRES ON THE BAY/YOUTUBE

Take some time to destress with music as the Esplanade, which is still not open to audiences, presents live performances of its Jazz In July programme.

Artists play at the Esplanade Concourse to audiences watching at home every day until July 31.

The performances will be live-streamed on the Esplanades Facebook page and on the Esplanade Offstage page. Each performance will be available for viewing for one day.

TRY: SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS


PHOTO: DNA LEARNING LAB – SCIENCE CENTRE SINGAPORE/FACEBOOK

Enjoy the long Polling Day weekend with your children by doing kid-friendly science experiments.

The Science Centre Singapore has been uploading bite-size, educational videos, mostly of experiments that are easy to try at home, in a series titled Science OClock on Facebook every Wednesday.

The latest episode is an exercise to extract DNA from strawberries with dishwashing liquid and alcohol.

These experiments, with the hashtag #stayathomescience, are a fun, stress-free way to squeeze in some science revision.

Info: Watch it at bit.ly/2ClTiS0

WATCH: HONG KONG POLICE DRAMA


PHOTO: VIU

White War, a new Hong Kong police drama which premiered yesterday on Viu, has an A-list cast of Hong Kong television names.

Actors Bosco Wong, Ron Ng and Kenny Kwan play three buddies who join the police force together in a bid to hunt down drug lords. But when one of them turns to the dark side after going undercover, the drug war intensifies and their brotherhood is put to the test.

Info: Available on Viu with new episodes every Thursday

Crispy chewy oyster omelette


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Fry up this hawker favourite at home with as many ingredients as you like.

The joy of cooking oyster omelette, popularly known as orh luak in Teochew or orh jian in Hokkien, is that you get to decide exactly how many of those juicy plump oysters are going into the sizzling pan.

It is best to cook this dish with a flat pan, to match the large flat cast-iron pans used by hawkers.

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