Monthly Archives: September 2015

New Ubin Seafood – a review

I have been hearing raving reviews about this restaurant, not to be confused with Ubin Seafood. This restaurant is located in Sin Ming Industrial Estate, where people go to service their cars rather than to eat. It’s so popular that … Continue reading

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Not The end Of The World by Kate Atkinson

I know how some writers advocate an open ending, especially for short stories, or even in movies, where the readers/ movie goers are encouraged to make their own conclusion. I am one of those who detest such endings, whereby at … Continue reading

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华丽上班族Office(2015) – movie review

This Chinese musical movie starring big names collaboration of Sylvia Chang, Chao Yun Fatt and Eason Chan had rather good review. I had expected it to be like Les Miserable but there is much more dialogues than singing. The beginning … Continue reading

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JB Ah Meng Kitchen – A review

This tzi char restaurant is rather famous online. Situated at Lor 23 Geylang where parking is notoriously difficult, it nevertheless attracts huge weekend crowd so reservation (Tel:67412418) is recommended (Although it took me a few tries before someone picked up the … Continue reading

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Tales from the ECP by Russ Soh

An international reader living outside Singapore must be intrigued by the acronym ECP. A local reader must also be intrigued – what tales are there to be told about an expressway (East Coast Parkway) that is built on reclaimed land? … Continue reading

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Singapore STories – Then.Now.Tomorrow. – @ ArtScience Museum

This exhibition is organized by Singapore’s daily English-language newspapers, The Straits Times, which is celebrating its 170 years this year. The exhibition digs into its archive to bring us through the history of local news, with themes borrowed from the newspapers’ current … Continue reading

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Street of the Night Market by Sylvia Sherry

It’s Singapore’s polling day today. It’s also the year we celebrate our golden jubilee. Singapore has marched from third world to the first in short span of 50 years. Many of us take what we have for granted, demanding more … Continue reading

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