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13 Pet-Friendly Cafes To Chill With Your Furball Squad


Meow! Woof! Pets!   Source To many of us pet lovers, our pets are more than our best friends - they are our little ‘furkids’. Whenever we leave them behind at home, we feel a tinge of sadness. Will they be safe, all alone at home? Furthermore, if not all...
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10 Charitable Campaigns in Singapore That Will Warm Your Hearts


Giving back to society   "If you learn, teach. If you get, give ." - Maya Angelou It's weird to say it, but not all companies exist as money making machines. There are those who buck the trend, channeling their profits into giving back to the needy, helping us grow...
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10 Ways Singaporeans Can Volunteer Overseas After University

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Overseas Community Involvement Projects   "There are two types of people in the world: givers and takers. The takers may eat better, but the givers sleep better." - Marlo Thomas Many of us have gone on OCIPs, or overseas community involvement programmes, when we were in school. Many of us...
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28 Awesome Things in Taiwan Every First-Timer Must Try

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Beginner's Guide to Taiwan   Taiwan - the land of night markets, street food, Chinese culture, and drama series with 139762 episodes. My friend and I visited Taiwan recently, and even though the summer heat could easily rival that of Singapore, we enjoyed ourselves tremendously.  If you’ve never been to...
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20 Reasons To Visit Punggol For The First Time In Your Life

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About Punggol   People may laugh at Punggol residents for living in ulu land, but here’s what they’re actually missing out on - waterfront housing. Imagine coming home after a long day, taking a walk downstairs, and basking in the sunset by the waters… It may sound like a scene...
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10 Reasons to Visit SHINE Festival This Year

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SHINE Festival: Build Your World    Singapore’s biggest youth festival is back! Since its inception in 2005, the National Youth Council (NYC) has dedicated the month of July to the SHINE Festival. SHINE Festival showcases youths' talents, promotes talent development and highlights inspiring youth role-models.  This year, other than promoting...
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20 New & Fun Things to Do in July 2015

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It's the Second Half of the Year!    Welcome to the second half of the year! If you haven’t done anything productive yet, don’t worry - there are 6 months left in 2015. Besides taking the time to kickstart your ‘new year’s resolutions’ again, this is the month to step...
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Savour 50 New Uniquely Singapore Dishes at Restaurant Month

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Restaurant Month: Celebrating #SG50 with Food   Our food nation Singapore turns 50 this year, and guess how we food-obsessed Singaporeans are celebrating it? With food! As part of the SG50 celebrations, Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS) has launched Restaurant Month, teaming up with 50 restaurants brands to create 50...
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20 NEW Restaurants and Cafes to Try in July 2015

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I Know You're Hungry...   What’s the first thing we Singaporeans do when planning for a holiday vacation? Suss out all the good food in the area. With many famous cafes and restaurants from overseas opening outlets in Singapore this month, even if you didn’t travel in June, you'll be...
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17 Modern Hostels in Southeast Asia Under $30 To Save Money And Meet New Friends

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Travelling on a Budget   Source Unlike their depictions in pop culture, hostels aren't always creepy and dingy. In fact, many of our best memories were created during our stays in hostels. For us, a hostel was more than a place for sleeping or mugging - it's where we formed...
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