“Chin Chai” means undemanding and “Jiak” means to eat in Hokkien, which is one of a dialects of Singapore. “Chin Chai Jiak” basically means that a person is not picky on the kind of food he had.
I’m not a writer and i don’t possess a colorful writing skill. I am an ordinary Singaporean who loves to eat, and photography is my passion and i particularly love food photography. All photos are taken by me unless stated otherwise.
I worked as freelance photographer during my free time and i’d also written a post on food photography tips over the years of shooting food.
This blog was started in August 2013 mainly as an interest, to share useful information on food that i had, locally or at overseas.
I am not a know-it-all foodie but just someone who likes to take photo of what i had so don’t ask me questions like “where can i find the best carrot cake in Singapore”. Frankly, i didn’t try all the carrot cakes in Singapore so I won’t be able to tell you.
Google is still my best friend when it comes to research for food.
For any feedback or comment, you may contact me at email@example.com
I am an independent blogger and i pay for my own food most of the time.
Even if it’s a invited food tasting, i am not receiving any monetary benefit to do up any of the blog posts. I accept these invites so that i can gather more writing material for my blog.
If it’s an invited food tasting, it will be mentioned at the introduction section.
Food tasting / media invite
I accept food tasting and media invite, however to do up a blog post or not is entirely up to me.
Note that i will review on the food purely on my honest personal preference.
I do not only write about the good things.