CAUSES

Family shares food, fun at home with the less privileged

Home chef Chris Choo, his TV producer wife Rose Sivam and their daughter Aleia invite people who may not get to enjoy good food and professional entertainment to their Serangoon North flat every other month. From left: In July, guests tried their han
Home chef Chris Choo, his TV producer wife Rose Sivam and their daughter Aleia invite people who may not get to enjoy good food and professional entertainment to their Serangoon North flat every other month.ST PHOTO: JEREMY KWAN
Home chef Chris Choo, his TV producer wife Rose Sivam and their daughter Aleia invite people who may not get to enjoy good food and professional entertainment to their Serangoon North flat every other month. From left: In July, guests tried their han
In July, guests tried their hand at making pineapple tarts, learnt from Mr Chris Choo how to make bread, and were entertained by flamenco dancer Daphne Vargas (above). PHOTOS: COURTESY OF KISHI A. TEIXEIRA
Home chef Chris Choo, his TV producer wife Rose Sivam and their daughter Aleia invite people who may not get to enjoy good food and professional entertainment to their Serangoon North flat every other month. From left: In July, guests tried their han
In July, guests tried their hand at making pineapple tarts (above), learnt from Mr Chris Choo how to make bread, and were entertained by flamenco dancer Daphne Vargas.PHOTOS: COURTESY OF KISHI A. TEIXEIRA
Home chef Chris Choo, his TV producer wife Rose Sivam and their daughter Aleia invite people who may not get to enjoy good food and professional entertainment to their Serangoon North flat every other month. From left: In July, guests tried their han
In July, guests tried their hand at making pineapple tarts, learnt from Mr Chris Choo how to make bread (above), and were entertained by flamenco dancer Daphne Vargas.PHOTOS: COURTESY OF KISHI A. TEIXEIRA

In fast-paced Singapore, there are those in need - and those who go out of their way to meet these needs. This is part of a series on noteworthy causes The Straits Times is spotlighting.

Food brings people together.

Over a meal, one family hopes to bring people closer, spark conversations and promote inclusivity among people from all walks of life.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 17, 2018, with the headline 'Family shares food, fun at home with the less privileged'. Print Edition | Subscribe