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The Warrior of Singapore’s Kranji Countryside: Ivy Singh-Lim

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Ivy Singh-Lim founded Bollywood Veggies Organic Farm with her husband in Kranji, a northwestern suburb about 22 kilometres from the towering skyline of Singapore, showing an alternative, greener side to the country. 

 

Visitors can explore the village-like tropical farm, eat a mouth-watering, farm-to-table Nasi Lemak served on a banana leaf, and learn about the history of food and its influence on civilisation.

 

In our Season 2 finale, hosts Vanessa Fernandez and Udhara de Silva visited her home in the middle of the farm, where she lives with her husband and dogs. They spoke about: 

  • how she decided to start Bollywood Veggies 

  • how at nearly 70 she has a lot in common with millennials than others 

  • why in the context of Singapore, nature is the future.

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Video directed by Adam Moorhead.