TL; DR – 5 apps you’ll need to master the art of Instagram I love Instagram (yes, even though my Instagram life is a lie), I count on this social media platform for travel ideas, food recommendations and the latest style trends. It’s also really amazing how this community is (mostly) positive as we share
TL;DR – If you get the afterhours cravings, here are 24 eateries that are always open.
The best hotels in Singapore to do a disappearing act!
(TL;DR: Unlearn these 5 things to change your career prospects (AND LIFE!) completely.) This is it, you’ve finally made it into working life, and the world is your oyster. You’re finally done with school, and you’re at peak potential in your career path. We’ve all been that fresh-faced graduate with something to prove, but as
TL;DR: From owls, jumpshots, and Zuckerberg, Singapore’s Prime Minister is indisputably one of the most popular Singaporeans on social media. Here’s why. With over 1 million likes on his Facebook Page, our PM, Lee Hsien Loong, is one of the most popular social media influencers around, and probably one of the most familiar with social media at that age
TL;DR – So you want to be a teacher? This video titled It All Begins With A Teacher as part of the Ministry of Education recruitment campaign has gone viral, garnering almost 2,000 Facebook shares in two days. In the video, each scene asks “Why” as it chronicles a man’s life and how was nurtured
TL;DR – Worms found in Lipton’s tea bags. True or Not? Recently there’s a video circulating Facebook by user Isat Raza who claims that she found worms in Lipton’s Lemon Green Tea bags, The tea company has since responded on Facebook with a similar video to debunk this claim. So yes, we think that Lipton’s
(TL;DR) We’ve got them all mapped out for you! I know, I know… January’s over BUT this just means that we still another 11 months left to see the world! So we have put together here, a month-by-month travel guide all sorted out by seasons and the various public holidays in Singapore. Thank us later!
Being able to celebrate Chinese New Year means that we’re actually pretty lucky.
Our politicians are pretty cool too.