ACMI, which is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore and focuses on empowering and assisting migrant workers in SG, offers Biscuit and Cake, and Bread and Pastry baking courses ($100 each), which run for 10 sessions on Sundays. Two popular cooking courses – Asian Cooking and International Cooking – are also available here. Each course costs $112, runs for 10 weeks, and on Sundays. (Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Agape Village, 7A, #04-01, 319264, 6801 7400, www.acmi.org.sg)
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