A Singaporean mother-of-two, Lee Li Ming is gaining acclaim for making awesome school lunches – reportedly, every single day.
She started in 2011, when her son, Ivan was missing her at nursery and since then she has prepared over 200 different creations for him and his younger brother Lucas Tey.
Lee’s blog (http://www.bentomonsters.com/) is a brilliant how-to for aspiring bento artists. From recipes to picture tutorials and lists of tools and tips, there’s something there for everyone who would like to gain a new skill and become a little more creative.
And she has over 185,000 Instagram followers.
On Saturday, Malaysia’s world number two Nicol David advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2016 Windy City Open Squash championship in Chicago. David took 31 minutes to beat England’s Sarah-Jane Perry 11-6, 11-9, 11-5.
As for Low Wee Wern, it was another frustrating outing as she crashed out in the first round. The world No. 32 gave Hong Kong’s world No. 26 Joey Chan a close fight but eventually fizzled out to lose 11-7, 10-12, 9-11, 12-14 in Chicago on Friday.
It was the third straight first-round loss for Low. She was also an early casualty in the Tournament of Champions in New York last month and the Cleveland Classic earlier this month.