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6 Activities At SmartKids Asia 2017 That Beats A Week On The PS4 This March Holidays

SmartKids Asia 2017: Asia’s Largest Educational Kids Fair   Source Before you know it, another school term is ending, and with it, the March holidays are also fast approaching. For those with no plans of jetting off with the family to enjoy some sun, sand and sea, it’s imperative to plan...

7 Ways To Donate Leftover Food In Singapore

Willing Heart's soup kitchen Prevent wastage by giving unwanted food to charity   Source Mention throwing out leftover food, and we’ll always have that one friend saying, “think about the children in Africa!” While Africa is an 11-hour flight away, we can always think closer to home, and remember the hungry living amidst us. Because...

What POKKA Did Differently To Dominate The Tea Drink Market

Behind the scenes at the POKKA factory   Whether you’re at a hawker centre drink store or standing by the 7-11 fridges to kope free aircon, it’s impossible to miss POKKA’s drinks. From teas in every imaginable fruit flavor, good ol’ Kickapoo to the milk coffee branded with the face of...

4 Reasons To Catch SRT’s Constellations Instead Of Yet Another Movie This Month

SRT's New Play - Constellations   Source: Singapore Repertory Theatre Let’s face it - it’s 2017 and we’re running out of ideas on where to bring our date. Going to the movies, Netflix and chill; we’ve exhausted almost everything and they’ve all become far too cliche. If you’re looking for an...

10 Local Books Suitable For 10 Different Personalities To Make Book Gifting Great Again

Finding the perfect book   The Japanese have the word tsundoku, which loosely translates to the condition of buying books but never reading them - instead, leaving them to pile up into a book mountain you know you won’t be scaling anytime soon. And then it happens: you find The One™....

12 Fourth-Gen Family Run Businesses Keeping Traditions Alive In Singapore

hock lam beef noodles ion orchard heritage hawker alexandra china streetRecipes, skills and heritage preserved for 4 generations   Adapted from Source: @where.is.karl  Sharing a piece of history with my elders is a simple pleasure I find in life - from being a regular at the same prawn mee stall my ah ma used to frequent in her teens, to getting...

8 Deals You Need To Know To Survive AND Thrive Till Next Month's Paycheck

Kimage Hairdressing SchoolSingapore’s Best Deals Revealed      You’ve probably heard the good news by now - the government’s giving out a $200 GST U-Save voucher to eligible Singaporeans as part of Budget 2017! And none of us can say no to free credit in the mail. Ker-ching! Now that you’ve got an...

8 ALL-IN Travel Ideas From $174 Based On Ang Pow Money Collected

Put your CNY money to good use   Chinese New Year is a favourite holiday of many, not without reason. It’s a time of endless feasting, mahjong sessions all day err day, and of course, extra income in the form of ang pows. For once, extorting receiving money from relatives is...

11 Places With Atas European Food At Only $10 Or Less

cheap european foodWallet-friendly European fare in Singapore   Mention European cuisine, and an image of a fancy restaurant - where dressing up is mandatory - immediately comes to mind. Its menu will probably be peppered with French and you’ll feel as though you have to sell your soul just to have an appetiser. ...

5 Japan Regions To Visit Till June To Take Advantage Of Perfect 20°C Weather

Japan Regions to Visit Till June 1Visiting Japan in 2017   Travellers to Japan rejoice — the season of braving icy cold winds and frostbitten fingers is finally coming to a close. Spring is coming up, and that means cherry blossoms and all-in perfect weather. Over the next few months, Japan will be at its best, featuring...

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