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Chan Hon Meng is the master chef behind “Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle,” the food cart home to the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world. Ringing in at a mere $1.50, Meng’s perfected braised chicken recipe was passed down to him by his uncle. Now, he’s serving hundreds of meals a day out of his hawker in Singapore. And while his food has gained acclaim and recognition across the culinary community, Meng hasn’t forgotten his roots. He’s still serving up the same great food, all for under two bucks. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 #Singapore #Michelin #Food This story is a part of our Flavors series, where we do so much more than play with our food. Come with us as we dive into deliciously different and tastefully off-beat stories in the culinary world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Make our acquaintance on Facebook: 🤍 Give us a shout on Twitter: 🤍 Come hang with us on Vimeo: 🤍 Visit our world directly: 🤍
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This episode we explore some of the best Hawker Centre and Street Food in Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand 2022 spots that was recently announced. I hope this video gives you some inspiration to try some of the must eat in Singapore’s Hawker Centre and where to eat in Singapore. 🔔 Subscribe for weekly food & travel adventures: 🤍 🌟Join our Discord community: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:38 Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice 04:08 Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice 06:17 J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff 07:23 Hong Kee Beef Noodle 10:22 A Noodle Story 12:50 Eminent Frog Porridge 15:37 Tai Wah Pork Noodle 18:39 Song Fa Bak Kut The 21:43 Unagi Tei (Man Main Unagi) Follow us on Social: ⭐ Instagram: 🤍 ⭐ TikTok: 🤍 ⭐ Facebook: 🤍 This Episode Features Singapore street food tour MICHELIN Bib Gourmand 2022 edition, let’s GO! We only visited 9 out of 67 Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand 2022 spots but surely they are worth trying when you are planning your trip / travel to Singapore. 1) Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice at Maxwell Food Centre One of the best Hainanese chicken rice we’ve ever eaten. If you are in Singapore, you need to try chicken rice which unofficially national dish of Singapore. 2) Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice at Chinatown Complex Be prepared to wait for about 1 hour for this claypot rice. We suggest to order mixed rice that comes with chicken, pork sausage, salted fish 3) J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff at Amoy Street Food Centre S$1.80 for the crispy curry potato chicken puff, freshly cooked and it’s perfect for snack 4) Hong Kee Beef Noodle at Amoy Street Food Centre Two options to choose soup or dry beef noodle. Whilst our preference is fully packed beefy noodle soup, this place serves clear and mild beef noodle soup. 5) A Noodle Story at Guoco Tower & Amoy Street Food Centre From humble beginning in hawker centre stall at Amoy Street Food Centre, this Singaporean style ramen earned the Michelin Bib Gourmand award for 7 consecutive years. 6) Eminent Frog Porridge at Geylang Well known spot to have frog even among local Singaporeans. Frog legs cooked in different sauces from Gong Bao (dried chili), Spring Onion, Chinese Essence, Chinese Herb Soup and paired with plain porridge. Both frog legs & plain porridge are cooked in claypot which make them so aromatic and super flavorful. We tried the Gong Bao with their promotion “buy 2 get 1 free” and did not regret it at all. 7) Tai Wah Pork Noodle at Hong Lim Market & Food Centre Hong Lim hawker centre is conveniently located not far from Chinatown Singapore. Tai Wah pork noodle is famous for bak chor mee that translates to minced meat noodles. Egg noodle tossed in vinegar, soy sauce, minced meat, pork slices, pork meatball and lard. 8) Song Fa Bak Kut Teh Bak Kut Teh means “meat bone tea” - basically pork rib dish cooked in broth of herbs and spices, known for health benefits. Song Fa Bak Kut Teh have many branches across Singapore and their broth is sweet peppery rather than herbal flavour. 9) Unagi Tei formerly known Man Man Japanese Unagi at Keong Saik Rd One of the best unagi dish we have tried outside Japan. Unagi Tei is famous for hitsumabushi, Nagoya specialty dish. Music for YouTube Epidemic Sound First 30 days free: 🤍 We're Nick and Helmi, Food and Travel Content Creator based in Sydney Australia. When we are not traveling overseas, we show you things to do and where to eat in Sydney. We're on a journey to achieve our dream as full time video creator. Come along and be a part of our journey! #singaporefood #singapore #visitsingapore #hawkerfood
Luo had been a hawker for many years, selling fried prawn noodles in an old neighbourhood with a few regulars. One of them was Yan, an elderly man who lives alone. Both of them were long time drinking buddies and Yan would come daily for Luo's food. One day, Luo received a call from Yan, asking him to deliver the fried prawn noodles and hang it by the door. Luo tried calling Yan, but no one answered. When Luo visited Yan the next day, he found Yan had passed away a few days ago...... 老罗当炒福建面小贩已经很多年，一直守着摊位，为为数不多的老主顾服务。其中一个是独居老人老阎。老阎和老罗是多年酒友，老阎每天都会来吃老罗的炒福建面，甚至是一天不吃就浑身不自在。有一天老阎竟然没下楼来吃炒福建面，老罗担心老阎是否患病，没想到接到老阎的电话，说自己不舒服，想让老罗把炒福建面送上去，挂在门口，老罗自然义不容辞，把炒好的面挂在门口。老罗打电话给老阎，却始终没人接。老罗不放心，到老陈家去敲门，结果，从老阎邻居口中得知，老陈前几天已经被“打包”送走了，被人发现尸体时，已经腐烂不堪，死了估计有好几天了 Catch ALL NEW episodes for free on meWATCH! 👀⬇️ 🤍 #MrZhousGhostStories #JobHaunting #周公讲鬼 #行行都撞鬼 #spooky #horrorstories #ghost #scary #horror #drama
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 The first Singapore-style hawker centre in New York City is open for business. Urban Hawker in midtown Manhattan features 17 vendors serving a wide range of favourite Singaporean dishes including prawn noodles, white bee hoon and Hainanese chicken rice. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #World
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Building on the success of the Urban Hawker concept in New York City, Singapore food sellers there now want to take their local dishes across America. At least a quarter of the operators plan to set up shop in other states like California. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
Most Popular Singapore Hawker Center Tour | Maxwell Food Centre Maxwell Food Centre is a popular hawker centre located in the Chinatown area of Singapore. It is one of the oldest and most well-known hawker centres in the city, and is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The hawker centre is known for its wide variety of local food, including Hainanese chicken rice, char kway teow, and popiah. It has more than 100 food stalls, and some of the most popular stalls include Tian Tian Chicken Rice, Zhen Zhen Porridge, and Ah Tai Hainanese Chicken Rice. Maxwell Food Centre is open daily from 8am to 10pm. It has both indoor and outdoor seating, with a total capacity of around 1,000 people. The prices of the food at Maxwell Food Centre are generally affordable and range from around SGD 3 to SGD 10. The hawker centre has won several awards, including the Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2016, 2017, and 2018. It is also considered a cultural institution in Singapore, and is often featured in travel guides and documentaries about Singaporean cuisine. Despite its popularity, Maxwell Food Centre has maintained a high level of cleanliness and hygiene. It has received the "A" grading in cleanliness from the National Environment Agency, which is the highest grade possible. Overall, Maxwell Food Centre is a must-visit destination for anyone who wants to experience the vibrant and diverse food culture of Singapore. Subscribe to my channel and like this video if you love my works ❤️. Singapore Virtual Tours - 🤍 Driving Tours - 🤍 Walking Tours - 🤍 Cycling Tours- 🤍 Follow me on Facebook : 🤍 If you want to support my channel : 🤍 #BDW #Singapore #4K #4ktv #travel #travelvlog
During World War 2, England desperately needed a replacement for the Hawker Hurricane fighter to maintain aerial superiority over the English Channel. Without such an advantage, it would be impossible to set the stage for D-day and the eventual liberation of France. Although the aircraft was fitted with one of the mightiest engines of its time, the initial results were highly disappointing. Then, as it made it to the battlefront to conduct its first operations, it further disheartened the Allied leaders. The aircraft turned out to be very difficult and risky to operate, displaying a much higher probability of being taken down or even bursting into flames on its own than other fighters. Soon, Allied pilots started to dread the prospect of flying it, going as far as considering it a suicide mission. But just as Germany deployed its fastest and more powerful fighter to date, the Focke-Wulf FW 190, and the prospects of maintaining air superiority over the English Channel appeared bleaker by the minute, the Hawker Typhoon and its daring pilots stepped up to meet the threat eye to eye. Then, almost by mistake, the faulty and hazardous Typhoon was given a different role, completely changing the course of the war... - Join Dark Skies as we explore the world of aviation with cinematic short documentaries featuring the biggest and fastest airplanes ever built, top-secret military projects, and classified missions with hidden untold true stories. Including US, German, and Soviet warplanes, along with aircraft developments that took place during World War I, World War 2, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, the Gulf War, and special operations mission in between. As images and footage of actual events are not always available, Dark Skies sometimes utilizes similar historical images and footage for dramatic effect and soundtracks for emotional impact. We do our best to keep it as visually accurate as possible. All content on Dark Skies is researched, produced, and presented in historical context for educational purposes. We are history enthusiasts and are not always experts in some areas, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us with corrections, additional information, or new ideas.
Located in the CBD, Maxwell Food Centre is one of Singapore’s most well-known hawker centres. But with work-from-home now the default, the absence of working crowds takes a toll on the hawkers there. The owners of two well known stalls, China Street Fritters and Oriental Duck Stall, have survived decades in the hawker trade. Originating from roadside stalls at China Street, these hawkers have seen themselves through SARS, bouts of avian and swine flu, as well as the 2008 financial crisis. But with age catching up to them, and no successor in sight, they reckon with the fact that COVID-19 may be the proverbial straw that breaks the camel’s back. = About On The Red Dot: CNA's weekly programme documents the stories of ordinary Singaporeans and celebrates their resilience, identity and sense of belonging. = On The Red Dot playlist: 🤍 #CNAInsider #OnTheRedDot #Singapore #HawkerCentre #SingaporeHawker For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
Hawker Hurricane First Flight after 16-year complete restoration. Helmet-cam and chase-plane video. Flown, narrated and produced by Dave Hadfield 🤍hadfield.ca Full article at 🤍vintagewings.ca Correction to Credits: the person with the cowboy hat in the old photograph of this Hurricane is not Harry Whereatt, it's Ernie Oakman, a friend and fellow-collector. NOTE: There are many comments about how long it takes to go through the checklists and get the thing airborne. In the B of B the ground crews would have started the engines and done the mag checks etc before sunrise. As soon as the pilots appeared on the airfield they'd go to their aeroplane, talk to the crew about it, check that all the switches and levers were in the right position for a Scramble, and very important! arrange the parachute and harness "just-so" for a quick strap-in-and-go; and brief the ground crew about exactly how they were going to coordinate the startup and launch. BUT... I fly many different aircraft types, our ground crew have many different duties, and we have no time-imperative. So we use checklists which have been shown many times to reduce the "oh-crap-forgot-that" mistakes.
Aerobatics in a Hawker Hurricane XII; cockpit view and commentary by Dave Hadfield. 🤍hadfield.ca These flights occurred during the test-flights of the newly-restored aircraft in 2022. Song "The Hurricane" (c)2023 by Dave Hadfield Aircraft is based at CYND, within the Mike Potter Aircraft Collection, and operated in association with Vintage Wings of Canada. 🤍vintagewings.ca Note about Checklists: There are always comments about how long it takes to go through the checklists and get the thing airborne. In the B-of-B the ground crews would have started the engines and done the mag checks etc before sunrise. As soon as the pilots appeared on the airfield they'd go to their aeroplane, talk to the crew about it, check that all the switches and levers were in the right position for a Scramble, and very important! arrange the parachute and harness "just-so" for a quick strap-in-and-go; and brief the ground crew about exactly how they were going to coordinate the startup and launch. BUT... I fly many different aircraft types, our ground crew have many different duties, and we have no time-imperative. So we use checklists which have been shown many times to reduce the "oh-crap-forgot-that" mistakes.
NUEVO CANAL DE CLIPS: 🤍 Club 113 es un podcast presentado por Goorgo, Nil Ojeda y Werlyb. Cada martes y jueves a las 21:00h en Youtube. 00:00 INICIO 00:50 PARÁLISIS DEL SUEÑO Y SUEÑOS LOCOS 05:30 ALEX HAWKERS Y BRANDING 09:30 EL HIJO DE ALEX Y EL DINERO 12:00 HAWKERS 19:20 INGENIERÍA SOCIAL 21:30 LA IMPORTANCIA DEL DINERO 24:15 CÓMO EMPEZÓ HAWKERS 27:50 PIONEROS DEL MARKETING DIGITAL 32:20 VIRALIDAD 38:40 MESSI 40:10 SÍNDROME DEL IMPOSTOR 41:40 LOS LAKERS 48:20 CR7 51:25 MUNDO DE LA NOCHE EN L.A. 01:02:00 PREMIOS ÍDOLO 01:04:00 LA GUERRA DEL ELEVEN 01:09:00 CHAMPAGNE EN EL RELOJ 01:09:50 EL LADO OSCURO DEL DINERO 01:13:30 EL FIN DE LOS ÁNGELES 01:15:20 CLAVES PARA CREAR UNA EMPRESA 01:23:20 LAS CLAVES DE LA FELICIDAD 01:25:20 LA ETAPA DE LA CARCEL DE ALEX HAWKERS 01:26:20 TOMAR CONCIENCIA DE LOS BUENOS MOMENTOS 01:27:30 LOS FERRARIS NO DAN LA FELICIDAD 01:36:10 LA CAMPAÑA DE MILFSHAKES 01:37:40 DEJAR FUERA DE LAS FIESTAS A FAMOSOS 01:45:00 LYON Y LA PSICOLOGÍA 01:48:09 113 SESSION X LIL CHICOS Sigue al club en: TikTok 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #Club113 #Goorgo #Nilojeda #Werlyb #AlexHawkers
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Singapore Best Hawker Centres 2023 Hi everyone.. hope you've an amazing 2022. 2023 is gonna be another adventure. Today I start off with the legendary Tekka market and food centre. One or Singapore's Icon.. started way back a century ago in early 1900s. Wencan see that the hawker centre is still bustling with life when I visited today. In this video.. I wippngonaroujd showing youbapp the stalls available.. and try out a few of the more legendary stalls there is.. 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles and Heng Ji duck rice.. also tried a new start up barrista coffee and some Indian snacks. Hope you enjoy coming down n this trip with me. 😄🥰 ——————————————————————————— BEST SINGAPORE HAWKER FOOD HAWKER FOOD SINGAPORE About piggypuggy channel: this channel PIGGYPUGGY is bringing you all about: hawker centres. Best Singapore hawker centres. Singapore food. famous Singapore hawkers. hawker food. Singapore street food. street food in Singapore. Hawker Centre Tours. Singapore foodie. Singapore Hawkers united. Best Singapore Hawker centres. Best hawker food review. whatever you'd call it 😂 ——————————————————————————— Other notable Singapore Hawker Centre Tours Adam Road Food Centre 🤍 Chinatown Hawker 🤍 Bukit Timah hawker 🤍 Whampoa hawker centre 🤍 ——————————————————————————— Previously covered videos: margaret drive hawker centre One Punggol Punggol one hawker Hawker centre cleaning 2022 Punggol one hawker centre Crazy rich asians Margaret drive Market Street Hawker centre Hawker centre in Singapore CAPITASPRING hawker centre Fernvale hawker centre
In today's video we take a look at the some of the first aircraft developed by Hawker, which was formed from the ashes of the defunct Sopwith Aircraft company. Though not all of these early aircraft could be called successful, they set Hawker on the path that would lead them to greatness. This video covers the Duiker, Woodcock, Cygnet, Hedgehog, Hornbill, Heron, Horsley, Hawfinch, and Harrier. * Producing these videos is a hobby of mine. I have a passion for history, and personally own a large collection of books, journals and other texts, and endeavor to do as much research as possible. However if there are any mistakes, please don't hesitate to reach out and correct anything :) Sources: Mason.F.K (1991). Hawker Aircraft since 1920. Mason.F.K (1992). The British Fighter since 1912. Mason.F.K (1994). The British Bomber since 1914.
🦀 Ultimate Singapore Chilli Crab Tour: 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Don’t miss new food videos! 😀 KF Seetoh: 🤍 SINGAPORE - Today I’m hanging out with the one and only KF Seetoh, a legend of Singapore street food and hawker culture. We’re going to take you on a born and bred food tour of Singapore - dishes that were invented right here in Singapore. Here are all the places we ate at in this Singapore food tour: Bak Kee Teochew Satay Bee Hoon (🤍 - First we headed to Bukit Merah, also known as Red Hill. It’s a huge neighborhood complex, market and hawker center. There’s a massive selection of food to choose from, but KF Seetoh took me first to eat satay bee hoon, or thin angel hair vermicelli covered in seafood and pork, and a ladle of creamy peanut sauce. Hong Seng Curry Rice (🤍 - Within the same Red Hill hawker centre you’ll find Hong Seng Curry Rice, where you can enjoy another popular Singapore street food - Hainanese curry rice. Geylang Lorong 29 Hokkien Mee (🤍 - Continuing on this food tour we drove over to Geylang to eat one of the best versions of Hokkien fried prawn mee, a stir fried noodle dish that’s one of the most beloved in Singapore. They make it by the batch and we had the chance to see the entire process of how it’s made. Delicious! The Original Vadai (🤍 - Next up over to Joo Chiat to eat at the Original Vadai - a Sri Lankan origin - yet transformed in Singapore to be more light and fluffy, totally different texture and flavor. They are so addictive and one of the best things about them is that you bite a green chili and then follow it with bites of the prawn vadai. Sha Zah Confectionery (🤍 - Finally to complete this food tour with KF Seetoh we headed over to Sha Zah Confectionery for their giant curry puffs. A perfect way to end this delicious Singapore street food tour! Thank you again to KF Seetoh for taking me around. Be sure to follow his food adventures: 🤍 and if you’re in NYC, go eat at Urban Hawker center! 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Shawn Hayes leads a life of devotion. For him, falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s his life’s work. As an American falconry ambassador, he’s carved a space for himself where people of color haven’t always been welcome. It's taken him across the globe, into strongholds of tradition and conservation. This film is about more than what humans can train birds to do—it’s about what those birds can teach us about living in partnership with wild creatures and wild places. Directors: Brett Marty & Josh Izenberg Producers: Josh Izenberg, Brett Marty, and Shawn Hayes Cinematography: Owen Bissell Editor: Traci Loth Composer: Todd Hannigan Executive Producers: Monika McClure and Alex Lowther European Cinematography: Niki Waltl Additional Cinematography: Jason Joseffer, Josh Izenberg, Brett Marty, Ben Ditto, Kesten Migdal Color: Dan Edwards Visual Effects: Colin Gill, Zeke Faust Sound Design and Re-Recording Mixer: Jeremiah Moore Dialogue and Sound Editor: Eric Reimers Archival footage Courtesy of: Patagonia, British Pathé, The Archives of Falconry, The Peregrine Fund, Wayne Hall, O'Brien Clarisse, Animal World, Colegio de Postgraduados Host a screening: 🤍
A short video put together by one of the talented engineers at Airframe Assemblies, who have been commissioned by the Aircraft Restoration Company to rebuild RB396's rear fuselage. This video was created as the rear fuselage rebuild was commenced, in late 2019, not long before the world shut down for two years... The rebuild of this rear fuselage is a huge first step in the return to flight of Hawker Typhoon RB396. Completion of this section is due in late 2023, subject to continued support, and will make it the first airworthy section of a Hawker Typhoon to be completed anywhere since the war. Thank you to everyone who has supported so far and allowed work to get this far. For more information, and to support the effort, head to our website: hawkertyphoon.com
This Hawker MK X F.10 Sea Fury is owned by Don and Erin Chappel and piloted by Bernie Vasquez. The Hawker Sea Fury is a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker Aircraft. It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single reciprocating engine aircraft ever built. Developed during the Second World War, the Sea Fury entered service two years after the war ended. It proved to be a popular aircraft with a number of overseas militaries and was used during the Korean War in the early 1950s, and by the Cuban air force during the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion. The Sea Fury's development was formally initiated in 1943 in response to a wartime requirement of the Royal Air Force (RAF), with the aircraft initially named Fury. As the Second World War drew to a close, the RAF cancelled their order for the aircraft; however, the Royal Navy saw the type as a suitable carrier aircraft to replace a range of increasingly obsolete or poorly suited aircraft being operated by the Fleet Air Arm. Development of the Sea Fury proceeded, and the type began entering operational service in 1947. The Sea Fury has many design similarities to Hawker's preceding Tempest fighter, having originated from a requirement for a "Light Tempest Fighter"; both the Sea Fury's wings and fuselage originate from the Tempest but were significantly modified. The production Sea Fury was fitted with the powerful Bristol Centaurus engine and armed with four wing-mounted Hispano V cannons. While originally developed as a pure aerial fighter aircraft, the definitive Sea Fury FB.11 was a fighter-bomber, the design having been found suitable for this mission as well. The Sea Fury attracted international orders as both a carrier and land-based aircraft. It was operated by countries including Australia, Burma, Canada, Cuba, Egypt, West Germany, Iraq, and Pakistan. The type acquitted itself well in the Korean War, fighting effectively even against the MiG-15 jet fighter. Although the Sea Fury was retired by the majority of its military operators in the late 1950s in favour of jet-propelled aircraft, a considerable number of aircraft saw subsequent use in the civil sector, and several remain airworthy in the 21st century as heritage and racing aircraft. The Hawker Fury was an evolutionary successor to the successful Hawker Typhoon and Tempest fighters and fighter-bombers of the Second World War. The Fury's design process was initiated in September 1942 by Sydney Camm, one of Hawker's foremost aircraft designers, to meet the Royal Air Force's requirement for a lightweight Tempest Mk II replacement; the Tempest, while a successful aircraft, had been viewed as being heavy and oversized for typical fighter duties. Developed as the "Tempest Light Fighter (Centaurus)", the semi-elliptical wing of the Tempest was incorporated but was shortened in span by eliminating the central bay of the wing centre-section, the inner part of the undercarriage wells now extending almost to the aircraft centreline, instead of being situated level with the fuselage sides. The fuselage was broadly similar in form to that of the Tempest, but was a fully monocoque structure, while the cockpit level was higher, affording the pilot better all-round visibility. The project was formalised in January 1943 when the Air Ministry issued Specification F.2/42 around the "Tempest Light Fighter". This was followed up by Specification F.2/43, issued in May 1943, which required a high rate of climb of not less than 4,500 ft/min (23 m/s) from ground level to 20,000 feet (6,096 m), good fighting manoeuvrability and a maximum speed of at least 450 mph (724 km/h) at 22,000 feet (6,705 m). General characteristics Crew: One Length: 34 ft 8 in (10.57 m) Wingspan: 38 ft 4.75 in (11.7031 m) Height: 15 ft 10.5 in (4.839 m) Wing area: 280 sq ft (26 m2) Empty weight: 9,240 lb (4,191 kg) Gross weight: 12,350 lb (5,602 kg) Max takeoff weight: 14,650 lb (6,645 kg) Powerplant: 1 × Bristol Centaurus 18 18-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engine, 2,480 hp (1,850 kW) for take-off Propellers: 5-bladed constant-speed propeller Performance Maximum speed: 460 mph (740 km/h, 400 kn) at 18,000 ft (5,500 m) Range: 780 mi (1,260 km, 680 nmi) Ferry range: 904 mi (1,455 km, 786 nmi) with two drop tanks Service ceiling: 35,800 ft (10,900 m) Rate of climb: 4,320 ft/min (21.9 m/s) Armament Guns: 4 × 20 mm (0.79 in) Hispano Mk V autocannon Rockets: Up to 16 x 3 inch rockets Bombs: 2,000 lb (910 kg) of bombs #fighteraircraft #Hawker #SeaFury
12th episode of The Rousseau Report. In this episode, join Mr. Rousseau as he takes a close look at the Hawker 800 Series & Hawker 900. The Rousseau Report is sponsored by AircraftPost and TRC AircraftPost provides strategic planning & mark-to-market valuations for business jets. 🤍 intell🤍aircraftpost.com 518 952 4560 TRC is aircraft consulting group employing an all encompassing approach to management company reviews, valuations and acquisitions. 🤍 dr🤍trcjets.com 720-307-7300 Video shot and edited by Slex Allen Productions Theme song by Slex Allen
From push carts to modern hawker centres, Singapore's hawker culture has evolved through the years. How did early immigrants create food that's uniquely Singaporean? Why is Hokkien mee Hokkien, and how did Indian rojak come about? Watch Part 2 here: 🤍 Watch Season 2 here: 🤍 = About the show: This 2-part documentary series explores the hearts and minds of Singapore's hawkers while paying homage to the amazing dishes that they serve. Going back into the past, we trace how ethnic lines were blurred by roving hawkers and continued to integrate in the hawker centre. But over the years, against the winds of change, eating hawker food in hot and humid centres fell out of fashion. As the first generation stallholders pass on, who is going to carry their torch? We profile some of the brave and intrepid hawkerpreneurs, the new breed, who despite the odds think that they can make it and keep the hawker culture alive in Singapore. = #CNA #CNADocumentaries #Singapore #HawkerCentres For more on our long-form documentaries, head to CNA Insider: 🤍 For more on the latest news, subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our Telegram news service: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
The Hawker Sea Fury is one of the best piston engine fighters of all time, AND it's so much more than that. The Sea Fury represents the end of an era. It also represents the best of British aviation in both a technical sense with it's Hawker designed wing and Bristol sleeve-valve engine, backed up by decades of Sopwith and Hawker's experience building great fighter planes. When it comes to fighter planes, it doesn't get much more British than this and it's awesome. A large portion of this video deals with sleeve valve engine history and design, so it's not only about the Sea Fury. There is a fair bit of automotive content in this video. The video is long because there is just so much stuff Please support this channel: 🤍 Paypal: mistydawne2010🤍yahoo.com Store: 🤍 ERRORS: I really messed up the fuel capacities by forgetting that the British were using Imperial gallons. That means the Sea Fury has the most internal fuel capacity by far and wins the range contest on internal fuel with relative ease. Correct Fuel Capacities courtesy of MK Regular: Sea Fury - 240 US gallons (200 imperial gallons) Bearcat - 185 US gallons Seafire - 182.4 US gallons (152 imperial gallons) When you consider maximum fuel capacity with drop tanks, the Bearcat still comes out on top due to the absolutely absurd amount of fuel it can carry in drop tanks and the Sea Fury falls behind to a point around 2/3 of the way from the Seafire to the Bearcat: Bearcat - 535 US gallons (185+150+2x100) Sea Fury - 456 US gallons (240+2x108) (200+2x90 imperial gallons) Seafire - 296.4 US gallons (182.4+60+2x27) (152+50+2x22.5 imperial gallons) Also the P-47N could get its 2800 horsepower on 130 octane fuel at least by 1950. It's not clear if this was the case during the war. The other 47s running 70" or above did use 150.
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What is the BEST PLACE TO EAT IN SINGAPORE ? The answer is at any HAWKER center where you can find STREET FOOD. Today we will take you on a TOUR around 2 different Hawker centers here in Singapore to show you why Singapore is a food haven for many foodies in search of good SE Asian foods. Come join us as we devour some of the best cuisines here in Singapore, Hawker street food style. Copyright free music (2 MONTHS FREE WITH MY LINK) : 🤍 TIP JAR IF YOU WANNA SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIALS: 🤍 🤍 MY GIRLFRIEND'S BLOG (TRAVEL BLOG): 🤍 WEBSITES I USE TO EDIT: STOCK MUSIC I USE FOR MY VIDEOS (2 MONTHS FREE WITH MY LINK) : 🤍 STOCK FOOTAGE I USE FOR MY VIDEOS (2 MONTHS FREE WITH MY LINK) : 🤍 MOTION GRAPHICS I USE FOR EDITING TITLES, POPUPS, ETC (2 MONTHS FREE WITH MY LINK) : 🤍 ALL IN ONE (SFX, STOCK FOOTAGE, MOTION GRAPHICS, STOCK PHOTOS) : 🤍 HOW I TRAVEL: How I BUY CHEAP FLIGHTS: 🤍 HOW I BOOK CHEAP ACCOMMODATION (HOTELS/HOSTELS): 🤍 MY AFFORDABLE TRAVEL INSURANCE: 🤍 WHAT'S IN MY CAMERA BAG!? : 2022 FILM/PHOTO KIT AFFORDABLE 4k SD CARDS: 🤍 DAILY CAMERA: 🤍 AFFORDABLE 4K CAMERA (MY FIRST CAMERA: 🤍 MINI VLOG TRIPOD/LIGHT: 🤍 PROFESSIONAL VLOG MIC: 🤍 BEGINNERS AFFORDABLE VLOG MIC: 🤍 MY DAILY LENS: 🤍 WIDE ANGLE LENS: 🤍 AFFORDABLE VLOG LENS: 🤍 MY DRONE (LEGAL EVERYWHERE): 🤍 MY ACTION CAM I USE: 🤍 SMALL COMPACT DSLR GIMBAL: 🤍 CHEAP EXTRA BATTERIES FOR GH5: 🤍 JOIN MY DISCORD (UPDATES/PLANS/CONTENT) 🤍 *ALL ASSOCIATED AFFILATE LINKS HELP EARN ME A SMALL KICK BACK AND KEEPS THE CHANNEL GOING AND COMES AT NO COST TO YOU *
The Hawker 850XP is a medium-class business jet, a modification of the Hawker 800 series created by the American Hawker Beechcraft on the basis of the famous British business jet British Aerospace BAe 125. The aircraft can accommodate up to 8 passengers and has a flight range of about 4800 km. In total, more than 1,700 aircraft of the BAe 125 family were delivered, of which about 650 are of the 800 series, which makes them very popular and beloved around the world. The serial production of business jets was closed in 2013, however, their number in the fleets of many organizations and private owners continues to support their operation. In today's video, we will meet one of the representatives of this eminent family: the Hawker 850XP of the Sirius Aero business aviation operator. Thank you for watching! Subscribe to the channel, comment, like! If you want to support Skyships and our work, welcome to our Patreon. We will create some special content for you there: 🤍 Our Facebook: 🤍
Chulia Night Market has moved to Carnarvon Street Food 😍 Hi Foodies, Today we're going to bring you guys to Carnarvon Street Food, which is another well-known Hawker night market in Penang's George Town. You should have heard about the famous Chulia Night Market in Penang, right? YES… All Hawker stalls had relocated from "Chulia Street" to this "Carnarvon Street" since 2021. You can enjoy foods like char kuey teow, asam laksa, Vietnamese food, kuey teow duck soup, satay, fried seafood, wanton mee, mochi, and so on. Most of the stalls have been in business for several decades, so do come to Carnarvon Street Food if you are in Penang.😍😍 Hi, thanks for watching and supporting me. If you liked this video, make sure to subscribe for more. Feel free to leave any comments or questions below. Thank you! 🔔 SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE 🤍 🙌 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL - Hit the THANKS button in any video! For more Street Food ~ Night Market ~ Food Festival ~ Hawker Food videos, do visit my channel below. My Channel URL: 🤍 Penang Carnarvon Street Food Night Market | Hawker Stalls Location: George Town, George Town, Penang (Malaysia) Address: Lebuh Carnarvon, George Town, 10100 George Town, Pulau Pinang Google Map: 🤍 #CarnarvonStreetFood #PenangHawkerFood #ChuliaStreetFood #GeorgeTownStreetFood #PenangStreetFoodStalls #penanghawkerfood #penangfoodie #penangfood #FoodHuntingPenang #FoodHuntingNightMarket #FoodHuntingPasarMalam #FoodHuntingStreetFood #FoodHuntingFoodStall #FoodHuntingMalaysia #MalaysiaPasarMalam #MalaysiaNightMarket #MalaysiaStreetFood #PasarMalamPenang #NightMarketPenang #StreetFoodPenang #FoodHuntingMY #EatatPenang #马来西亚夜市 #马来西亚街头小吃 #马来西亚小贩摊位 #槟城夜市 #槟城街头小吃 #槟城小贩摊位 #槟城美食
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A new initiative aims to keep hawker stalls afloat amid rising costs, by subsidising five million meals this year. But there is a catch - seniors will have to learn how to pay without cash. Every Friday, the first 100,000 customers to use e-payment service PayLah! at 12,000 hawker stalls will get S$3 off their meal. It is an initiative by DBS Bank to help people stretch their dollar. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2020 URL: 🤍 Description: Hawker culture is present throughout Singapore. Hawkers prepare a variety of food for people who dine and mingle at hawker centres. These centres serve as ‘community dining rooms’ where people from diverse backgrounds gather and share the experience of dining together. Activities such as chess-playing, busking and art-jamming also take place. Having evolved from street food culture, hawker centres have become markers of Singapore as a multicultural city-state. Hawkers often specialize in a particular dish refined over many years and transmit their recipes, knowledge and skills to younger family members or apprentices. Country(ies): Singapore © National Heritage Board (NHB), National Environment Agency and the Federation of Merchants' Associations, Singapore (FMAS), 2019 Duration: 00:09:50 - Support: - (0156800007)
Hawker Culture in Singapore was successfully inscribed as Singapore's first element on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural of Humanity on 16 Dec 2020. The Intergovernmental Committee unanimously gave their support towards the inscription of Hawker Culture in Singapore. A collaborative effort by the National Heritage Board, National Environment Agency, Federation of Merchants’ Associations, Singapore, together with all Singaporeans who gave their support for the bid. For more details, visit 🤍go.gov.sg/hawkerculture