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Christmas is here early!

I was busy in the kitchen preparing dinner earlier when the postman came knocking on the door. I was a little puzzled as I knew I hadn’t ordered any goods recently so when I was handed a big, heavy package, I was really excited to know what it was. A surprise package filled with lovely […]

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What to buy from South Korea? (Part 3 of 3) Paris Baguette Cheesecake & Breads

The final instalment of my What to buy from South Korea? series. Click here for Part 1 and Part 2. Husband’s brother and sister-in-law had highly recommended him to buy cheesecake from Paris Baguette, one of the top bakery chains in Korea. So he got the cake as well as a few other items from the outlet […]

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What to buy from South Korea? (Part 2 of 3) Skincare & Beauty Products

Shopping for skincare and beauty products has never been such a big thing for me in my teenage years and when I started working after graduation until when I first went to Korea a few years back and I’ve been hooked on Korean brands since then. Mainly because they are very affordable, that’s why I […]

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What to buy from South Korea? (Part 1 of 3) Snacks Attack!

The husband is back from Seoul. And I feel like I’ve also came back with him. All thanks to communication technology, we were able to keep in touch constantly. Whenever he went sight-seeing with my in-laws, he was able to broadcast ‘live’ sights and sounds which was quite a surreal experience because it was as […]

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Fresh Cut Flowers Wholesale @ Far East Flora, Thomson Road

After our walk at MacRitchie Reservoir, we headed towards the direction of the row of nurseries (flowers & plants) along Thomson Road. I’ve been wanting to bring my husband there for quite some time to check out where cheap flowers can be bought in Singapore. At Far East Flora, you will see a large array […]

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Off to Seoul…

My husband did, not me. He left in the wee hours this morning to Seoul, Korea to attend his brother’s wedding that’s going to happen this Saturday. And before he left for the airport, he presented a surprise Care Package for me, filled with an assortment of goodies just so I could enjoy myself while […]

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Chicken Couscous with Bell Peppers Recipe

The husband wanted couscous for lunch so I prepared this the night before so he could bring to work the next day. It’s really easy to make plus it’s something that you can eat while it’s chilled without the need to reheat it. For those who are new to couscous, it is actually a coarsely ground […]

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Sia Huat and Lock & Lock Warehouse Sales

If you’re into cooking and baking like me or you’re in the food business in Singapore, then Sia Huat is a place not to be missed. It is the leading choice of suppliers for many hospitality establishments and it boasts a large array of tableware, kitchenware, food service products and equipment. Its retail outlet at […]

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Dream Makers Ending Song 志在四方插曲 – 十萬毫升淚水

Fell in love with The Dream Makers Ending Song for local TV drama 志在四方 that ended some time ago on Channel 8. Music composed by home-grown singer/songwriter Tanya Chua. Lyrics written by Xiaohan. A beautiful song that touches my heart, my soul… 作曲/作词:蔡健雅/小寒 编曲:Mac Chew 弦乐编写:罗恩妮 主唱:蔡健雅 制作人:蔡健雅 知道我不完美 能给的我都给 于是天蓝转灰转黑 也微笑不插嘴 这一次会气馁 连平凡爱一回 都才将心给谁 马上又被粉碎 满意了吗 你究竟有完没完 你烦不烦 总考验我多勇敢 有那么难 那么幸福和美满 […]

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Singapore National Day Parade 2013 Fireworks Display @ Marina Bay

An eventful National Day indeed. John and I had initially planned to hang around the Marina Bay area, enjoy a good dinner and then go for the fireworks display last night but instead of doing as planned, we were in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital A&E for the entire afternoon as my father was admitted for […]

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Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

The festival of Eid, also known as Hari Raya Puasa in Singapore, marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan tomorrow. Here’s wishing all my Muslim readers & friends a joyous & blessed Eid!

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Krispy Kreme to open first outlet at Tangs Orchard, Singapore this October!

Woohoo!!! Definitely the best news ever for donut fans like me! I have waited 9 years for this day! It’s probably not a big deal to some of you because Krispy Kreme is probably readily available at where you live but for Singapore, this is truly a milestone as the donut industry here will finally be […]

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Haze in Singapore hits record high of PSI 371

This was a picture taken from my balcony when the haze reached an alarmingly hazardous level of PSI 371 this afternoon. The worst haze ever to hit Singapore is still ferociously consuming our air. I’ve been having breathing difficulties all day, coupled with dull chest pains and heart palpitations. Despite having all windows closed and […]

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Opus Jay 2013 World Tour 周杰伦2013魔天伦世界巡回演唱会

Armed with my computer, mobile phone and iPad on the morning when Jay Chou’s concert tickets were released for sale, I was ready to battle with possibly thousands of his hardcore fans to get the best seats tickets for a chance to see Jay Chou in action. Despite my fast & furious finger movements in refreshing […]

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