Sunday, June 30, 2013


Parkway Parade

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Siew Wen Jun

Does he blog?

Marks & Spencer

Parkway Parade

Friday, June 28, 2013

Shen Wen Jie

Does he blog?

GST Vouchers

Two million adult Singaporeans will receive letters from the Government in the first week of July, informing them of the benefits they will receive as part of Budget 2013. 

Foong Tuck Cheong

Curtin University in Australia has taken immediate steps to review its student assessment process after its lecturer, Foong Tuck Cheong, admitted to taking bribes to raise students' marks.

Maggie Lim and Tim Oh

Their Homestretch programme on Gold 90.5 is the best!

H&M Suntec City Mall

It opens today at #01-307.

Singing Bone

Have you bought this Hello Kitty toy from McDonald's?


Parkway Parade
#02-01-05, 64

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Universal Optical

Why is the oldest female service staff always so hostile? She is not the boss at this outlet in Century Square at all.

Hello Kitty

Did you manage to buy the toy from McDonald's this morning?


Bossini Friends and Family Sale
40% off storewide
Today til 30 June 2013

Wednesday, June 26, 2013


How did you like the thunderstorm in Jurong just now?

Cold Storage

Parkway Parade

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Traffic Jam

Were you caught in the traffic jam along TPE in the direction of SLE just now?


There were hailstones in Jurong, Choa Chu Kang, Bukit Batok, Bishan and Toa Payoh this afternoon.
Did you experience it?

Free MRT Rides

Yesterday was the first day of the Land Transport Authority's one-year trial of free pre-peak period MRT rides.
Under the trial, commuters exiting 16 MRT stations in the city area before 7.45am travel for free.
Are you enjoying the free rides?

Different Prices

The same N95 mask is sold at different prices in different outlets.

Giant - $3.95
NTUC - $2.25


A screengrab of a PSI figure that was supposedly replaced by the National Environment Agency and an online article alleging that the severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) virus is back made the rounds on the Internet.
They were false.
Did you know the spreading of both articles could be considered scaremongering and could run afoul of the law?

Economic Costs

Singapore could face a bigger economic impact than from our worst air pollution crisis 16 years ago if slash-and-burn fires in Indonesia continue, turning off tourists and raising business costs.

The Oasis

Changi City Point
Level 1

Choose from 4 exciting al fresco spots offering late-night dining, live band and more!

Monday, June 24, 2013


Have you been to this new shop in Wisma Atria?

Smog Hurts Singapore Economy

The severe smog over Singapore caused by forest fires in Indonesia could hurt the Singapore's economy if it persists for weeks, economists said Friday.
Tourist spots are shutting down, companies are allowing staff to work from home and a VIP airport has suspended operations.

Urban Studio

Changi City Point

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Chew Eng Han

Chew Eng Han, 52, the church's former investment manager, issued a lengthy statement on a blog yesterday which alluded to the fact that he could not see eye to eye with the leadership of the church.

When will the young members follow too?

Cold Storage

Changi City Point

Saturday, June 22, 2013


Are you being choked by the haze?
How about the fauna and flora?
How about the animals too?

Haze Until August

Based on the pattern in previous years, the haze is expected to last until August, according to the assessment of Indonesia's largest environmental NGO.

Unity WhiteSands

Will the N95 masks be available as promised to the 100 customers who had queued up at least four hours for them last night?

Singapore Child

"The Singapore Child is being suffocated. How can he not scream?" ~ Goh Chok Tong

The Manhattan Fish Market

Changi City Point

Friday, June 21, 2013

Air Purifier

Where to buy them from?

N95 Masks

Nationally, Singapore has close to 9 million N95 masks in its armoury, said director of medical services K. Satku at a joint briefing by MOH and the National Environment Agency on Thursday evening.

Where are the masks being sold?

Pasar Malam

It is just beside Pasir Ris mrt station.
The fair will be held until the last day of this month.

PSI 401

PSI 401. NEL breakdown. STI 3111. Is Someone up there trying to tell us something?

Eastpoint Simei

Do you miss it?
It is having a major revamp until next year.

NTUC Simei

Have you been to it?
It's at the empty field beside the mrt station.

N95 Mask Suppliers

Where are they?

Veronica Patricia Rio

Does she blog?


Changi City Point

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Malcolm Graham Head

Does he blog?

Payton Scott Velo

Does he blog?

Work From Home

As the haze blanket thickens in Singapore, an increasing number of locally-based companies are beginning to take preventive measures aimed at safeguarding the health of their employees.
While PSI levels remained in the unhealthy range for most of the week, air quality worsened drastically to a high of PSI 321 on Wednesday night, and then peaked at PSI 371 at 1pm on Thursday. Since late last week, the city-state has been plagued by a haze caused by forest fires on Indonesia's Sumatra island.

Singapore Flyer

"The health risks posed by the haze have led us to close the Singapore Flyer for the time being to protect staff members, many of whom work outdoors," said Mr Tim Reid of Ferrier Hodgson. "We will reassess the situation tomorrow morning, and the Flyer will reopen as soon as pollution levels drop to a safe level."

Home Delivery Orders

Latest update: So far, 5 fast-food joints have temporarily suspended their delivery orders until further notice. They are Pizza Hut, Pastamania, McDonald's, KFC and Popeye's.

Monsters University

Will you be watching this movie soon?

PSI 371

Aren't we missing the clear blue skies and fresh air?

H&M VivoCity

It opens today at #01-19.

Cristofori Music School

Changi City Point

Wednesday, June 19, 2013


"The only way that I can show I am a changed man is through my actions. Just by saying is not enough." ~ Shakir Hamzah

"Youngsters make mistakes but he will have my full support to learn from that. He should be fined for what he did - that's it." ~ Bernd Stange, Singapore coach

PSI 321

Singapore haze hit the hazardous level of 321 at 10pm just now!

PSI 190

It has reached a higher level at 9pm just now.
When will it rain very heavily again?


Were you affected by the train fault along NEL just now?

PSI 172

It was reached in Singapore at 3pm today; worst since 1997.
Will it be better tomorrow?

COE 19 June 2013

  • CAT A 69,903

  • CAT B 81,751

  • CAT C 59,001

  • CAT D 1,712

  • CAT E 83,001


Companies are expected to pay variable bonuses of 2.1 months of base pay during the April to December period. The financial services sector is projected to be the most generous, giving 3.6 months of base pay.

Are you working in the financial services sector?

Hot Humid Hazy

This is the most uncomfortable weather combination in any place.

Hairy Stockings

Are these stockings meant to chase away all the perverts?

Free MRT Rides

Commuters who are catching Singapore's first free MRT train rides from June 24 onwards won't just get free rides, they will also receive free drinks.

250,000 cans of Red Bull Less Sugar will be given out by Red Bull Singapore at Chevron House, outside Raffles Place MRT from June 24 to 26.

Commuters can collect the drinks between 7am and 8am, as well as between 12 noon and 2pm on these dates.

Cheaper Tickets to Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo will turn 40 this year on June 27, and to mark the occasion, tickets to the zoo will be priced at 40 per cent off on that day.


Have you been to this housing development?


Changi City Point

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Mustafa's Condo

The managing director of Mustafa Centre built an $11 million, 10-storey apartment building for his family.
Complete with a swimming pool and gymnasium, the building houses nine units which Mr Mustaq Ahmad (above), his wife Ishret Jahan, their four children and six grandchildren share.
Mr Mustaq said: "A home is the most important necessity for any person."


How do you like the very hazy conditions in Malaysia and Singapore now?

Cache Cache

Changi City Point

Monday, June 17, 2013

Lavaedge Restaurant e Bar

Changi City Point

Sunday, June 16, 2013


The JEM shopping centre opened its doors Saturday morning, with more than 10,000 shoppers showing up within the first hour.
But new problems surfaced - a couple of shops had water leakages, and had to close temporarily, barely hours after their opening.

Low Kim Hsen

Does he blog?

Chua Ken Juan

Does he blog?

Starbucks Coffee

Changi City Point

Saturday, June 15, 2013

PC Dreams

Sim Lim Square 
Tel: 63373500
Mobile: 96649555 

H&M Jem

It opens today at #01-01.

Kent Ridge Tutors

Changi City Point

Friday, June 14, 2013

Jamie Ang

Does she blog?

Wendi Deng's Divorce

News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch filed papers to divorce his third wife Wendi Deng on Thursday, citing an "irretrievably" broken marriage to a woman 38 years his junior.

Wong Li-lin and Allan Wu

In a media statement, it said that the pair have reached a mutual decision to get divorced. The pair were married in 2004 & have 2 children, Sage and Jonas, aged 8 & 5 respectively. 

Volatile Global Financial Markets

The world economy appears to be moving into a phase of "more stable, but slower growth", the World Bank said yesterday in a report whose cautious overall tone provided a backdrop to the volatility and nervousness that are afflicting global financial markets.

Marble Slab Creamery

Changi City Point

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Durian Crunch McFlurry

Available from today
$2.80 each

Beerfest Asia 2013

From today until 16 June 2013

Tent@Marina Promenade
(F1 tracks behind Singapore Flyer)

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Sean Lin En Wei

Did he blog?

Kelly Lee Wei Hoon

Does she blog?

Esther Goh Tok Mui

Does she blog?

Benedict Ang Yong Chuean

Does he blog?

Royal Sporting House

Changi City Point

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Soup Spoon Jem

It opens today.

50 Jurong Gateway Road
10am to 10pm

MOA The Brewing Company New Zealand Bar & Grill

Changi City Point

Monday, June 10, 2013

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Changi City Point

Sunday, June 9, 2013


Changi City Point

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Smart Alley

Changi City Point

Friday, June 7, 2013

Sue Citibank Singapore

Have you read about her?
Does she blog?

Tina Citibank Singapore

Have you read about her?
Does she blog?

Poh Sin Ying

Have you read about her?
Does she blog?

Tina of Citibank

Who is she?
Is she the mother of Sue?

Sue of Citibank

Who is her mother?

Nike Factory Store

Changi City Point

Thursday, June 6, 2013


Whose number is this?
Does it belong to a Citibank staff?


The euro hit a four-week high against the dollar on Thursday as investors positioned for the European Central Bank to leave rates unchanged, but uncertainty over the US Federal Reserve's next move kept equity markets on edge.


Whose number is this?
Does it belong to a Citibank staff?


Civil servants will receive a mid-year bonus of 0.4 month of their salary in July, slightly higher than last year's figure of 0.3 month.

Siow Hui Min

After a night of drinking games at a friend’s hen night in a hotel suite, Malaysian presenter and television host Siow Hui Min, 30, was tired and went to bed around midnight.
At about 4am, she felt the bed covers being taken off her.
Then, to her shock, she felt someone touching her breasts, she told a Kuala Lumpur court on Tuesday.

Ting Yan Jing

Ken Low, 28, a Malaysian with Singapore PR, is on trial for molesting Ms Siow Hui Min, 30, and Ms Ting Yan Jing, 31, on July 22 last year at the hen party which he attended with his wife, Malaysian radio DJ May Lau, 31.

Hun Keat Wong

Have you read Hun?
Does Hun blog?

COE 5 June 2013

June 5 bidding

  • CAT A 67,301

  • CAT B 75,000

  • CAT C 57,989

  • CAT D 1,701

  • CAT E 76,000

Shuh Chien Loo

Have you read about Shuh?
Does Shuh blog?

Weennee Tan

Have you read about her?
Does she blog?

Challenger Outlet

Changi City Point

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Royal Sporting House

Changi City Point

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Gold and Silver

All that glitters currently is neither gold nor silver, as both precious metals have sunk to their lowest levels in nearly three years.

The chief culprit has been the impending slowing down of the United States Federal Reserve's massive money-printing programme.


Changi City Point

Monday, June 3, 2013

Gan Lu Lu

Have you read about her?
Does she blog?

Rebecca Loh Chui Lai

Have you read about her?
Does she blog?

Breaking News on Tey Hsun Hang

5 months' jail for Tey Hsun Hang. He plans to appeal.

SBS 141

It travels between Toa Payoh and Lor 1 Geylang from 09 June 2013 onwards.

SBS 20

It travels between Tampines and Changi Business Park from 09 June 2013 onwards.

Gain City

Changi City Point

Sunday, June 2, 2013


Graduating O-level students interested in studying film now have another option open to them.
Starting next year, the School of the Arts (Sota) will offer film as an international baccalaureate (IB) subject to outside students.


Some 2,000 degree students at RMIT University did not get their exam results on Thursday amid a dispute with Australia's National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU).
The union has banned the release of the results, which had been scheduled for yesterday, after failing to come to an agreement with the university about academic pay and employment.
There are about 6,000 students in the three- year Singapore Institute of Management-RMIT programme. RMIT believes around 2,000 students are missing at least one result.

Boy, 9, murdered in West Coast.

A 31-year-old woman has been arrested by the police in connection with the murder of a 9-year-old boy on Saturday night.
According to the police, they received a call for assistance at Block 704, West Coast Road at about 6.08pm last night.

Kinokuniya JEM

Jurong East

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Hello Kitty McDelivery

Until 26 June 2013
$4.60 each

Peeping Tom from Temasek Polytechnic

The teen wore a blonde female wig and sneaked into a women's toilet at Temasek Polytechnic (TP), allegedly taking pictures of the girls there.
But as he tried to leave the toilet, he was confronted by a group of seven girls, two of whom subdued him and pinned him to the wall.
Security was alerted and the teen apprehended. The incident happened on Friday.
The New Paper understands that he is an 18-year-old first-year student from the business process and systems engineering course at TP.

Bicycle Sharing in Moscow

One of the world's least cycle-friendly cities, Moscow, will on Saturday launch its first bicycle sharing scheme allowing residents to pedal around for free and escape the traffic gridlock.
The scheme, similar to those already in place in cities such as London and Paris, will start on a modest scale with 1,000 bicycles placed at 50 stands around the city centre.


 An asteroid nearly two miles (three kilometers) wide is set to pass by Earth Friday with no risk of impact, offering scientists a rare chance to study a massive flying object with its own moon.
Asteroid 1998 QE2 will make its closest approach to Earth at 4.59pm (20.59 GMT), at a distance of 3.6 million miles (5.8 million kilometers), or about 15 times the distance between Earth and the moon, the US space agency said.
"This is the closest approach the asteroid will make to Earth for at least the next two centuries," NASA said.


"Don't care what you earn,
where you live,
what you drive,
where you studied,
whether you are fat or slim,
tall or short,
old or young,
beautiful or average,
rich or poor,
smart or not.

If you are my friend, you are my friend.
I accept you for who you are,
and that is ALL that matters."

~ Author Unknown