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It's the Second Half of the Year!    Welcome to the second half of the year! If you haven’t done anything productive yet, don’t worry - there are 6 months left in 2015. Besides taking the time to kickstart your ‘new year’s resolutions’ again, this is the month to step out...
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Ipoh's hipster cafe scene   Source Ipoh may not be the first place on our minds when we think of visiting cafes, but you’ll be surprised at how hipster the town has become of late! Weekends are always meant for brunch and quality time in a snug and comforting ambience, and...
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Restaurant Month: Celebrating #SG50 with Food   Our food nation Singapore turns 50 this year, and guess how we food-obsessed Singaporeans are celebrating it? With food! As part of the SG50 celebrations, Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS) has launched Restaurant Month, teaming up with 50 restaurants brands to create 50 new...
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We Tried Smelly Food...   Keiji has a knack for making us try weird food. Remember when he made us try the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion? So, in this episode of Singaporeans Try, he does it once again by making us try some really smelly (and I mean really SMELLY) food.  Keiji went...
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Muthu’s Curry goes back to their roots   Who hasn’t heard of Muthu’s Curry? As the pioneer of fish head curry in Singapore, the name Muthu’s Curry is invariably linked with Singaporean culture. To celebrate its 46th year of operations, Muthu’s Curry is launching a new limited-time-only menu ($32++ for two),...
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About Movit   Movit is a new revolutionary mobile app that totally eliminates roaming charges while you remain contactable while you travel the world. It’s also designed to project a professional image of you because your phone number never changes. All your contacts remain assured that they can reach you at...
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The Ultimate Guide to Cafes in Bali   Bali - land of pristine beaches, expansive paddy fields and glorious Indonesian food. But when it comes to dining, it turns out Nasi Goreng and Babi Guling aren’t the only things you should be tucking into! Don’t get us wrong - these local...
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Tastes of Japan in your neighbourhood   Everybody loves a good bowl of ramen - warm, comforting and soothing to the soul, ramen is a dish made for cold nights and broken hearts. If you’re ever wondering where you can find ramen in Kuala Lumpur that reminds you of the narrow...
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Sydney hotel buffets that will make you want to eat all day   Source Buffets may be a little hard to come by in Sydney simply because most hotels tend to focus on ala carte menus, unlike their regional counterparts. However, we've done the leg work for you and have discovered 8...
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About Another Country    Another Country, a W!ld Rice production, brings together various poems, short stories, and play excerpts from both Singaporean and Malaysian history and looks to unite us from across the Causeway.  Featuring over 60 texts adapted to the stage, and each individual scene lasting no more than seven...
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