Quarantine Home Bakers - 3

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The coronavirus and the two-month lockdown haven’t been great for a lot of business – especially restaurants and cafés relying on hungry customers and diners to make a profit. But turning adversity into opportunity is a special skill we Sri Lankans seemed to have mastered over the years and that is exactly what we’ve successfully done in times like these.

The Clock is Ticking for the Environment

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With more trees being cut, more waterways dried up, wildlife hunted and poached, we humans will soon complain about an imbalance in nature. But whether we will be late, is the question at hand. As much as it is important to bring about development, integrating sustainability in development has become an immediate need of the hour.

Ruth Weerasinghe

Fashion

Flying the flag for Sri Lankan design, Ruth Weerasinghe has earned a place in the finals of the Redress Design Award based in Hong Kong. Formerly known as the EcoChic Design Award, this is the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition.

Rebooting Sri Lanka

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Entire country lockdowns, border closures, travel restrictions suspensions of almost all passenger flights, closed hotels, and restaurants have resulted in an unprecedented crisis in the travel and leisure sector as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic that has engulfed the world. In the wake of the virus that demands we shelter in one place, it is unarguably tourism which is the hardest hit!

Sweating It Out At Home

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Online fitness is thriving. Catering to regular gym addicts and first-timers who finally found the time and motivation to get fit – it has never been easier to stay active. From workout apps to Instagram live sessions to training with local instructors, the online world offers a cornucopia of virtual workout options – many of which are free or discounted.

WTF - Buns Replaced

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Today on WTF I wanted to see what’s new after the COVID lockdown and I got to know that dear Fouzul Hameed is now busy in the kitchen making some healthy dishes for us to enjoy. This also has a Lankan twist to it, making it very original and authentic.

Quarantine Home Bakers

Home Bakers

The Coronavirus and the two-month lockdown haven’t been great for a lot of businesses – especially restaurants and cafés relying on hungry customers and diners to make a profit. But turning adversity into opportunity is a special skill we Sri Lankans seemed to have mastered over the years and that is exactly what we’ve successfully done in times like these.

Buzz with Danu - A chat with Imran Saibo

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We are living in uncertain times where everything looks new and uncertain. Colombo has always enjoyed the gatherings, cocktails, shows, and events and many have made this their full-time job, and it’s given many talented people a chance to perform and show their talents, but what’s going on now? How are we to work around it?

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