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Best Vegetarian & Vegan Burger Joints in Singapore

5 Best Vegetarian & Vegan Burger Joints in Singapore

Who says vegan or vegetarian food is boring? If you are sick of eating plain rice and vegetables, why not try something different—vegan burgers! We have listed our top 5 places that serve the best vegan or vegetarian burgers in Singapore. VeganBurg Founded on 10 October 2010, VeganBurg is the world’s first 100 percent plant-based

Ordinary Singaporeans, Extraordinary Stories

When Life Hurts, Let Us Help!

Michael Ong – a Singaporean with a down-to-earth demeanor has devoted his life helping the youth and the underprivileged in Vietnam for the past 14 years.   An alumni of the National University of Singapore, he first came to Hanoi in 2001 to help build a Social Work curriculum at the University of Labor and

Making People Laugh 

For TV buffs, Maguire Jian should be a familiar face. The multi-talented artiste is a celebrity emcee, comedian, actor and founder of A LUCAS EVENTS. He was also the choreographer for Star Search Grand Final 2003; the producer, Shiong Qiang, had approached him for his assistance. His characteristic spiky hairstyle playfully hints at his entertainer

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10 Bargain Items to Buy in Mustafa Centre

A premier 24-hour shopping centre, Mustafa Centre prides itself in its vast range of goods and services at famously competitive prices. It’s a hot spot for locals looking for electronics, money exchange rates, family value packs, and other items at bargain rates compared to other retailers across Singapore. Here are 10 bargain items at Mustafa

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7 Fine Dining Locations in Singapore

With more restaurateurs offering superior dining experiences, fine dining has become more sought after in Singapore. From tasting menus to exquisite mains, here are seven fine dining restaurants here that are highly rated! 1.Alma by Juan Amador Rated the #1 Traveller’s Choice 2018 on TripAdvisor, Alma by Juan Amador is a European avant-garde restaurant with

Singaporean Boy on a Mission To Save Orphans In China

Singaporean Boy On A Mission To Save Orphans In China

A  mission to save orphans? You can call it  remarkable, or even heroic, perhaps? On June 1, Singapore representative for this incredible mission – Borong Tsai – chose to forgo his summer holidays for a larger purpose. Normally, Borong likes to play music and draw, but this summer, he and 29 other teens from over

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A Young Entrepreneur Who’s ‘Chief Everything Officer’

Epoch Times Staff Unlike many youths who depend on their parents to pay for their university tuition fees, Zhao Dexin has not taken a cent from his parents since leaving junior college. The 26-year-old graduate from National University of Singapore (NUS) Engineering School started his own business – Imperio Trading LLP – in March 2010,

Best Italian Restaurants in Singapore

Best Italian Restaurants in Singapore

Craving for Italian food? Singapore has loads of Italian restaurants for you to choose from but which ones are considered the best in the island? We have listed out 7 recommended Italian restaurants liked by most Singaporeans. 1. Otto Ristorante Located at 32 Maxwell Road, Maxwell Chambers Building, Otto serves one of the best authentic

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7 Things to Do at City Square Mall

Known for its eco-friendly and family theme, City Square Mall is an idyllic space for anyone. But do you know the mall has the world’s first suspended playground and even hosts pet adoption drives? Read on to discover seven things to check out when you’re here! 1. Seasonal Events City Square Mall is known to

Halal Restaurants in Orchard Road

13 Best Halal Restaurants in Orchard Road

Hunting for the best halal restaurants along Orchard Road? Here are the top 13 halal outlets, ranging from Chinese, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese to fusion cuisine! The restaurants are listed according to price range, from most economical to most expensive. 1. Lucky Chicken Rice Tucked discreetly in a corner on the second floor of Lucky Plaza,

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Shopping at Daiso vs Value Dollar in Singapore

With similar low price points and multiple branches scattered throughout Singapore, Daiso Japan and Value Dollar (Valu$) are a gem amidst the higher price points in regular malls and shops. Although similarities can be drawn, there are also differences in these two stores one may not know. Here are some differences to take note of

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35 Halal Cafes & Restaurants in Singapore

Today, there are so many Halal cafes and restaurants to choose from in Singapore that we’re spoilt for choice. From European and fusion fare to even Japanese and Korean cuisine, there are mouthwatering dishes to fulfill every taste and craving. What’s more, they are also irresistibly Instagram-worthy! Which of our following cafes is your first

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7 Flea Markets to Visit in Singapore

Broaden your retail therapy sessions with trips to flea markets! Touting affordable food, clothes and artisanal goods, Flea markets are a favourite amongst adventurers and deal hunters. Check out these 7 flea markets the next time the itch for adventure comes! 1. FleaWhere Located at Lucky Plaza Level 6, Fleawhere is the brainchild of the

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7 Affordable Bars in Singapore

With Singapore’s high taxes on alcohol, drinking can be a luxury for those on a tight budget. Luckily, affordable drinking spots are on the rise throughout Singapore. Here are 7 spots with affordable drinks of all varieties. 1. Smööbar Smööbar is found not far off from both Dhoby Ghaut and Bencoolen station. With $15 house

10 Cheapest Karaoke in Singapore

Hunting for the Cheapest Karaoke in Singapore for you next old friends meetup? Karaoke is a great way of catching up with friends and having fun without the worry of singing bad lyrics and bad tones. There are lots of Karaoke venues in Singapore, but the cheapest one will stand out because what matters is

New Kids on the Block: MAKESPACE 

Hailing from Hwa Chong Institution’s graduating batch of 2014, Ang Kia Yee and Leong Xuan Li, both 19 this year, have gathered together a group of passionate individuals to form an up-and-coming youth theatre group, MAKESPACE. The name MAKESPACE was decided unanimously after much thought. According to Kia Yee, “Basically, the philosophy is that a

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A Switch to Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School

Medicine is a lifelong journey of learning that doesn’t stop after medical school. Dr Tan Wen Qi Graduate of Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School After finishing junior college, Ms Tan Wen Qi didn’t take a straight path to becoming a doctor. She went on to obtain her engineering degree at the National University of Singapore, graduating

Choo Keng Kwang is a renowned first-generation artist in Singapore

Choo Keng Kwang

On the walls of artist Choo Keng Kwang’s studio hang a plethora of his oil paintings ranging from Chinatown scenes and doves to a beautiful Balinese dancer. An unfinished painting of a scenic paddy field sits on the floor. “His eyesight is not very good now. He can finish this painting in 1-2 weeks when

Saved a Boy With ADHD

Love & Patience Saved a Boy With ADHD

There are many problems in life that you will never have immediate solutions to; but so long as we sincerely and whole-heartedly put our efforts into them, the results will surely show one day. This was a lesson I learnt from a story of a boy named Lin, his mother, and his teacher. When Lin

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