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David and Race Loh celebrate baby Cara’s 100th-day party

The proud parents transformed The Clifford Pier into an enchanting garden.

Transformed into an enchanted garden fit for a fairy princess, The Clifford Pier was the setting of baby Cara Loh’s 100th day celebration. Embellished with vases of pastel blooms, linen-draped tables lined with gilded Tiffany chairs stretched the length of the cavernous landmark, where doting parents David and Race Loh hosted family and friends. The truly well-rounded epicurean affair attracted the young and the sweet-toothed with a spread of cupcakes, macarons, lollies and pastries. Meanwhile, local favourites such as kueh pie tee, chwee kueh, popiah and bak chor mee served up at live food stations received nods of approval as did the elegantly savoury 1996 Château Lynch-Bages that flowed throughout. A roster of musicians also provided the evening’s jazz-filled soundtrack, but it was one special songstress who received the warmest applause — David’s aunt, Lotus Soh, who sang as baby Cara sat in her mother’s arms.