Mr Dixon Chan, 30, is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Burpple, a food discovery website and smartphone application launched in 2012.
Burpple also organises Tastemaker tours, where participants go on a food tour in Singapore, led by the Burpple community's most active members.
Mr Chan lives with his wife in a four-room Housing Board flat in Buangkok.
How do you spend your weekend?
Every weekend is different, but it is centred on family, friends, food, reading and church. I also like to explore and dine at a restaurant I haven't been to.
What do you do when you have a weekend free?
I like to cook for the people I care about and have enjoyable conversations. YouTube has everything I need to be a good cook. Cooking is an easy way for me to express myself and show them that I care. Asking them "is it too salty?" or "the food isn't hot enough?" - that's caring.
Which are your favourite restaurants?
Cheek by Jowl in Boon Tat Street because the chef cares. I recently celebrated my wife's birthday there. As she was served the five-course chef's special, I was also served the same for a few courses because Chef Rishi Naleendra did not want me to wait while she was eating. That's special.
What are your hobbies?
Besides cooking, I like to read writing that pushes me to think deeply, and design-related content, such as design, business and technology blog Signal v. Noise.
I'm also a Manchester United fan.
If you could hang out with anybody for a weekend, who would it be and why?
My wife. Because if you think about the things you do and ask yourself the five whys - a set of questions people use to determine the root cause of problems, which I use to help discover the true purpose of the things I do - it'll most likely lead to your spouse or family.
If you could go somewhere for a weekend, where would it be and why?
A road trip to meet the CEOs of Tesla, Apple and Facebook and ask to read their notebooks. I'd love to read the details of what the future can be.