Electrolux Calls Singapore’s Home Bakers To Take Part In 72-Hour Charity Bake-A-Thon

Electrolux Calls Singapore’s Home Bakers To Take Part In 72-Hour Charity Bake-A-Thon Electrolux is giving the nation’s budding bakers and competent cooks the chance don their aprons and get whisking, mixing and decorating for a good cause at Singapore’s first charity bake-a-thon from Thursday, 9 October to Sunday, 12 October...

LRT And MRT Service Disruptions Cause Longer Lines Than iPhone 6 Launch

About LRT's Train Service Disruption In Sengkang [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7rv5C0tuFY] Commuters on board the Sengkang West Loop LRT were left stranded mid-track this morning because of a service disruption. There was no LRT train service both ways between Sengkang and Renjong for about half an hour, which spelled trouble for all commuters. In...

Municipal Services Office Unveils An App That Is Worse Than STOMP

Municipal Services Office Unveils New App Keyboard warriors have one more reason to celebrate—the development of a mobile app where the public can report municipal issues to the authorities. Yes, you can now point out all the stray fishball sticks that are lying along roads to show that you're an observant...

You Won’t Believe That These Sea Creatures In Bowls Are Not Real

If you think these sea creatures and fishes are real, think again. Local artist Keng Lye meticulously paints these lifelike creations onto these bowls, and slowly pours resin into them. The artist draws inspiration from Riusuke Fukahori, who makes use of the same method...

COMEX Ad Makes EPIC Error In One Of Its Ads. Netizens Tear It To...

COMEX, the IT show which is known for its good bargains, unveiled a series of ads in order to attract customers. To market the fair—what, are cheap bargains not enough to entice people?—a team came up with a series of posters that featured fictitious personas of different ages and...

A Singaporean Teacher Debunks Racist Stereotypes In Class. The Internet Agrees.

A Teacher Gives A Lesson in Racism The notion of “Chinese privilege” shows that we need to have more conversations about racism and its microaggressions (hurtful remarks that people say to minorities living in Singapore). On 15 September, a local teacher did just that. As the teacher was Indian, one...

Singapore’s Average Households Earn $10,000 Per Month. We’re Not Convinced.

About Singapore's Household Expenditure Survey So the Department of Statistics conducted a household expenditure survey from 2012 to 2013, showing us that the “average Singaporean household” earns $10,500 a month and spends $4,720. They surveyed over 11,050 dwellings, and even conducted surveys, which yielded these results. Riiight. While we mull over what the...

World’s Biggest ‘Chope’ Found During PARK(ing) Day 2014

About PARK(ing) Day 2014 While some raced to watch performance cars during the 2014 Formula One Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix over the weekend, others opted to see less cars altogether during PARK(ing) Day. Every third Friday of September, the international community transforms parking spots all over the world into creative...

Five Cat Cafés That Have Taken Over Singapore And Why You Need To Visit...

About Singapore’s Five Cat Cafés Cat cafés are now all the rage—with the opening of Cuddles Cat Café last Thursday (18th September), it’s safe to say that Singapore is becoming a haven for both cats and cat lovers. As we love cats, we've checked out all five cat cafés and...
Singapore Girl TVC

This Old Singapore Girl TVC Will Restore Your Faith In Singapore TV Ads

The Singapore Girl TVC [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrI8DSCmRb4&w=640&h=480] After her creation in 1972, the Singapore Girl has gone on to become an enduring symbol for SIA and is still widely used in their advertising today. Sadly, the values behind this icon seems lost in their advertising today. It's hard to put your figure...