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This SG YouTube Channel Makes Science Simple For Everyone

mini brain astar scientists singapore research youtubeMind-boggling science on Youtube   It's no lie - we all steal pockets of time to procrastinate even when we're bogged down with work. And among several of our favourite time-killing social media platforms, Youtube is arguably the biggest black hole of them all. But instead of watching celeb/influencer drama or...
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Singapore's Most Spoil Market Void Decks That Prove They Don't Need Metal Railings

Void decks with more soul than metal railings   In Singapore, metal railings don’t just keep people out of places - they also rob children of hours of ball game playtime and deprive the homeless of a sleeping spot at void decks. But thankfully, not all void decks have had their...
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9 Misconceptions Singaporeans Have About Finding A Family Lawyer

Navigating your tricky legal situations   The adult world can be a complicated place. Even if you’re well into your late twenties - mention anything about making a will or getting a divorce, and your head will likely be filled with question marks. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll get through most...
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10 Facts About 1950s Singapore That Only Your Ah Ma Will Remember

1950s singaporeSingapore In The 50s   Articles about ‘90s kids’ are far too many online. Today, we’re going to throw all the way back to a time when our grandparents were young -- the 50s. Shirtless children running around kampungs defined the spirit of the 50s. It was a decade when people...
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7 Ways To Survive The Upcoming 2017 Economic Crisis In Singapore

Ways to survive 2017's recession   Sometimes it feels as though school life and “adult” life are two entirely different worlds, which will never be able to cross paths. Personally, I felt like I’d never be able to join the latter, but we’re all thrown in there at some point of...
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14 Laojiao Hacks For New Singaporean Drivers Who Just Passed Their TP

singapore driving tipsHacks for the Singaporean driver   You’ve looked over your shoulders a billion times to check your blindspots, played the balancing game on a slope, turned full-lock left and right an umpteen times - congratulations, you’ve finally done it. You’ve scored enough points to be deemed a safe driver on the...
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This New Space At SMU Is The Google-esque Work Space Millennials Dream Of

lyf at SMUlyf@SMU is #lyfgoals   Times are changing and we're all moving towards embracing a nice balance of work and play. We could work 8 to 9 hours a day, but nobody wants to slog their entire day away with stress that builds up by the hour. The ideal life that I...
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6 Not Common But Not Uncommon Sightings In Singapore That Left Everyone Puzzled

weird singapore sightsStrange Singapore   Adapted from Source We totally know how a doll can drop onto the train tracks and suddenly find itself sitting on the ledge in the MRT tunnel. It’s just something, well, not common, yet not uncommon that Singaporeans observe from time to time. Or maybe it’s just another campaign...
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9 Common Internet Mistakes That Will Get Singaporeans Into Deep Trouble

coverInternet security fails   I’m not referring to the cyber safety tips you heard in the boring primary school assembly talks you were forced to sit through. Everyone knows it’s dangerous to talk to strangers yada yada - but it’s not 2005 anymore and hackers no longer need to do much...
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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™....
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