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10 Ways Singaporean Kids Will Learn Differently in 2020


Same same, but different   Since our parents’ time, schools have evolved to become more holistic. It’s now no longer surprising for students to take part in a variety of extracurricular activities to learn more than just math and science. Thinking back to my school days, I remember several field...
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12 Prized Possessions Every 90s Singaporean Girl Grew Up With


Growing up in Singapore   Growing up is no bed of roses. Like what we saw in Riley’s memory bank from the movie ‘Inside Out’, both good and bad experiences since birth take up space and leave their marks in our memory. As a sentimental girl, letting go of my...
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The Faces Behind Old Chang Kee: Untold Stories You Never Knew


The Stories Behind Each Puff   With over 70 outlets islandwide, Old Chang Kee’s bright yellow storefronts are a familiar sight we’ve grown up with. Their signature curry puffs feature crumbly pastry encasing a fragrant curry mixture of potato chunks, tender chicken and my favourite - the hard boiled egg....
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10 ways DirectAsia is the Insurer for the 21st Century Singaporean

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DirectAsia - Where Happier Matters   More often than not, insurance isn’t on the top of the list of things we have on our minds - the possibility of mishaps or getting caught in unexpected situations doesn’t feel real until it actually happens. But unclear procedures and having to deal...
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8 Reasons To Be Excited About Harbour City Melaka


About Harbour City Melaka   Many a Singaporean loves taking advantage of weekends to head overseas. Don’t get me wrong - Singapore, you’re cool and all, but lounging by the beach in Koh Samui? Endless dim sum in Hong Kong? Sign me up! That’s why it’s interesting to look out...
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10 Unexpected Ways Preschool Teachers Shape Our Next Generation


Children are the future   Children's minds are at their most absorbent from birth till 6 years old. They soak up everything like sponges, making this the most crucial part of their development. Preschool teachers therefore have among the most daunting tasks on this planet - moulding young minds into...
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10 Items On Mr Bean's Menu You Never Knew Existed


More Than Soya Bean Milk   When I think Mr Bean, their Classic Soya Bean Milk and pancakes come to mind. After all, these have become my breakfast staples every weekend. But did you know there’s a whole other side to their menu unknown to most Singaporeans? Mr Bean pushes...
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10 Best Uniquely Singaporean Buns Below $2.50


Have your bread and eat it   There’s no doubt about it - bread is practically every Singaporean’s favourite breakfast and tea-time snack. Wherever we go and whatever we do, a good bun is just what we need to get us through the day. Everyone has their favourite go-to bakery...
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10 Dishes To Try At The Manhattan FISH MARKET Other Than Fish And Chips


The seafood feast for the eyes   Having last set foot in The Manhattan FISH MARKET for a birthday celebration with my friends a couple of years ago, the restaurant holds fond memories for me. Their flaming seafood platters, and particularly their grilled dory, are things I remember after 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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