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Monthly Archives: October 2014

2014-10-27 22.12.24

Michelle Looi & Sarah Tan: Owners of L’ÉCLAIR

L’ÉCLAIR, Singapore’s 1st ever Éclair pâtisserie has been making waves all over our social media feeds. With their gorgeous looking and decadent tasting éclairs, it’s impossible that their éclairs do not make you drool! Although they do not have a physical store yet…

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Lee Yoon Tong: The Alley Barber

Lee Yoon Tong, 74 years old, is one of the six remaining street alley barbers left in Singapore. He has worked in the trade for over 50 years, and has many interesting stories to share. This is Lee Yoon Tong.

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Grandmother buys 10,000 bowls of porridge

Grandmother Ai Ling lives together with her mentally challenged Grandson Ah Huat and takes care of him. From his daily meals to picking him up and taking the bus together to go home, they are each other’s companion. But everything…

NEW Pizza Baguette September 2014_TV (Portrait)

Délifrance’s ALL NEW Pizza Baguette

With a selection of five mouthwatering variants fused with mozzarella cheese sitting pretty on delicious French baguettes, Délifrance Pizza Baguettes are truly one of a kind. In true Délifrance fashion, the special crust of the Pizza Baguette showcases the brand’s…

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2014 Halloween Events in Singapore

Ok, look, I get it. Celebrating Hallows’ Eve here in Singapore may not be the biggest thing here in Singapore but that has certainly not stopped this lot  from succeeding. From ridiculously grandiose haunted houses within theme parks to zombie-chasing…

Bobby (Owner of café La Ristrettos) and Ron, Father and Son

Shiok! #throwback: A Singaporean Children’s Day

All around the world, Children’s Day takes on a different meaning in different countries. In New Zealand for example, locals initiate joint events to commemorate and celebrate the children in their lives – keeping alive the communal and familial ties…