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SHINE Festival: Build Your World    Singapore’s biggest youth festival is back! Since its inception in 2005, the National Youth Council (NYC) has dedicated the month of July to the SHINE Festival. SHINE Festival showcases youths' talents, promotes talent development and highlights inspiring youth role-models.  This year, other than promoting local...
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Understanding Our Muslim Friends A Little Better   In the past few weeks, you've seen us make a fool of ourselves in Singaporeans Try. But in this episode, we take the humour down a notch and tried fasting for a day. All of us were so excited the day before... Unless you've...
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Whisper? More Like Screaming!   Have you ever tried to speak to someone while your headphones are blasting really loud music? If your answer is yes, then you would probably have been told that you were shouting out your sentences. This is the premise of The Whisper Challenge: to win, we...
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Home away from home   We always miss the food back home whenever we travel overseas. Yet local cuisine abroad has a reputation for being costly and substandard. While in Auckland, my cravings for hawker fare led me to the worst chicken rice ever. It cost me $15 - and I...
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Not your typical KFC   Step aside Kentucky, the only thing that KFC is going to stand for nowadays is Korean Fried Chicken. Korean fried chicken is best known for its double deep frying technique, served with a generous amount of sauce and flavoured toppings. Chi-mek, short for chicken and beer (맥주mek-ju)...
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Things To Do In Bali   Before I visited Bali, I thought that all there was to do in Bali was go to the beach, and I'd ignorantly think to myself, "Whatever, I can just go to Sentosa." And to past me, I say, "You have no idea what you're talking...
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Best dim sim in Sydney   Yum cha literally means “drink tea” in Cantonese, but this has evolved to a brunch where you are fed tons of delicious Chinese dim sim or dim sum (點心). One sign of how cosmopolitan Sydney is how Sydneysiders (and Australians in general, even those not...
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Escape the crowds!   With locations like Krabi and Boracay increasingly drawing in the tourist dollars, it’s hard to find a secluded location for a vacation nowadays. Most popular destinations are overcrowded with people, and nobody wants to jostle for space on a crowded beach - there are far better things...
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Romantic Melbourne getaways   Winter is upon us, tax-time is looming, and on the rainiest of days, sometimes not even coffee can make you get out of bed. But what if I told you there were so many places in our glorious state that will re-energise you, re-start those July batteries...
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Local Malaysian snacks   As Malaysians, we are always willing to go the distance when it comes to food. Be it rain or shine, you will always spot eager foodies roaming around every day of the week just to get their hands on their favourite meals or snacks. It could be...
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