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 KINO Live Heritage Kitchen 
Hands-up or Hands-On

Something's cooking at our new KINO premises...

KINO Live Heritage Kitchen (KLHK) was planned to be launched simultaneously at the start of the magazine in 2013 but that was easier said than done. At the launch, we did however have a "how tuak is made" station, fresh and unusual jungle produce displayed and explained, nyonya cakes served and a door gift made from handcrafted bamboo mugs filled with jungle herbs.

Abacus seeds, Hakka suan pan zi, the Confinement series of Foochow red wine mee sua and Hakka kachangma, the Cook-in-the-Jungle experience for bamboo chicken, sambal making and midin salads, the Flour-Power series on how to make celorot, non-bake mooncakes, senape buned, tupik banuak and noodle making are just some of the heritage demonstrations and workshops offered by KINO Live Heritage Kitchen.

The first of our KINO Live Heritage Kitchen on the Abacus Seeds Suan Pan Zi (Cover #17, 2015)

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KINO's new office is on a heritage street! Look out the window and Kuching's most popular white
cat statue is in sight. The 'welcome gate' of Padungan street invites all who are interested to attend our KINO Heritage Live Kitchen. Demonstrations and workshops will continue in May 2018 at our new premises.

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KUCHING IN & OUT magazine has been birthed out of the desire of Kuching residents to explore and discover more about all the unique places, activities and resources in this region that make Kuching such a special place to live.

We are the people of Kuching, and we are proud of our diversity of cultures! We are embarking on a journey of rediscovering the charm of our cultures, traditions and flavours, revealing Kuching’s refreshing vibrancy. We are excited about creating a voice for the local individual. As a connector between all our rich and different communities, More About Us


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