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Fuxiang Claypot Rice, Food junction, Harbourfront center

sand The establishment of interest today is Fuxiang Claypot. It is tucked in the quiet top-most floor of the Harbour front center in a Food Junction food court franchise. The Claypot store is situated...

The Substation performance- Map of Scars Bruises & Broken Bones

I was at The Substation gallery at Armenian Street in Singapore this weekend to witness a life and emotional performance. It was conducted in the flesh by talents in the acting and performing arts...

Tales of the Malay World Manuscripts and early Books, National Library Singapore

Tucked in the upper levels of the Singapore National Library Board (NLB) building in Bugis is a treasure trove of Manuscripts and early Books documenting tales and early use of the Malay language. For...

Springleaf Prata Place at Upper Thomson Road

For my Makan explorations this month, I visited the Springleaf Prata place at the Upper Thomson area. The restaurant is located on the far end of block, unit No.1 just by a road T...

Han Kee sliced Fish Soup store, Amoy Street Food Center

Amoy Street Food Center are one of the few gems in Singapore home to a variety of good and cheap food for the foodie in us. The makan place today in question will be...

Istana Heritage Gallery

Redeye Smokehouse barbecue restaurant

Hans im Glück Burgers Vivocity

Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines

Ikea Julbord Christmas Buffet Dinner

Burger and Lobster Changi Jewel

Coco Curry Ichibanya

Chilling at Beyond Villa Phuket

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Wolfson college reunion at Hotel Jen

I was invited as an alumni of my university college for an evening reunion in Hotel Jen, in town. It was a good get...

Attending and surviving Blackhat USA

Las Vegas City Nevada

St Petersburg Russian Museum

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Five Guys Burgers

The attack of the burger shops is ever at full speed. We had seen Shake Shack, then came Fatburgers, now we have Five Guys...

A day at the polls GE2020