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Photographer: Winston Chuang

Styling and art direction: CK

Make up: Rie Miura

Hair: Grego Oh

Location: Shaggy Hangout

2 Tai Thong Cres, #01-13 The Venue Shoppes, Singapore 347836

you have seen her hosting food and lifestyle television programmess and glamorous events — impeccably coiffured, effortlessly elegant, and always with a megawatt smile on. The graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu in Sydney and accredited sports performance nutritionist is also the longstanding Master of Ceremony for the prestigious Bocuse d’Or international and Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie (World Pastry Cup) international culinary competition. Beyond her identity as a globe-trotting celebrity host, Angela May is also the intense director of culinary and events of F&B group Déliciae Hospitality Management, tirelessly experimenting with fresh new recipes to add to Ange Café’s repertoire of nourishing dishes, and designing exquisite morsels for clients of the group’s brand-new catering arm. As if doing all that doesn’t take nothing short of superhuman effort, she is also the guardian angel, mother and best friend of two senior dogs-12 year-old white husky Kayla and nine

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