Cheng Li Shuk Kam, 99, with granddaughter Therese Tee, great granddaughters Brianna and Alanna, and grandson-in-law David Tee. Photo: courtesy Cheng family

Hong Kong grandma, 99, with a zest for life and her tips for health and happiness: play mahjong, exercise, eat vegetables and enjoy the love of family and friends

  • Brain games, little or no meat, a low-calorie diet, and a glass of good red wine now and then – that’s the recipe of ‘Mama’ Cheng Li for a long and happy life
  • Doctors and researchers agree on the role of community in people living longer and healthier lives, but say it is often overlooked in fast-paced Hong Kong
Topic |   Health and wellness

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Cheng Li Shuk Kam, 99, with granddaughter Therese Tee, great granddaughters Brianna and Alanna, and grandson-in-law David Tee. Photo: courtesy Cheng family
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Derrick Foo, the founder of the Palm Ave Float Club, is one of many Singaporeans experimenting with ways to engineer their health and longevity with biohacking. Photo: Handout

Biohacking in Singapore: keto diets, fasting, flotation therapy, DNA kits – how people are looking to optimise health and longevity

  • Singapore’s biohackers have adopted a wide range of therapies, treatments and diets in pursuit of an optimised life and superhuman performance
  • Singapore’s first biohacking gym is expected to open by the end of this year, while keto-friendly bakeries are taking advantage of the diet’s popularity
Topic |   Health and wellness

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Derrick Foo, the founder of the Palm Ave Float Club, is one of many Singaporeans experimenting with ways to engineer their health and longevity with biohacking. Photo: Handout
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