Top 5 Young Millionaires Who Are Under 30 years in Singapore

Singaporeans are well schooled and well traveled. Many of the young of today, travel far and wide to countries like the UK and North America to pursue and further their studies. With such exposure to international cultures, the constant competition between peers and the incentives dangled by the Singapore government to encourage and develop more […]

8 Best Fish Soups In S’pore That Will Have You Savouring Every Last Drop

Article Source:Discoversg.com Everybody has their own go-to comfort food. But when it’s raining outside, there’s probably one dish that’s on everyone’s minds. Sliced Fish Soup. This delightful warm bowl of clear umami broth paired with chunky slices of fresh fish and vegetables, is the ultimate comfort food for rainy days. To save you the trouble of […]

Top 10 Richest Kids from Malaysia

Thanks to social media, the we are now able to get a glimpse of how the upper class live. In this post, you’ll find ten very wealthy “kids” who have been rich for a long time (probably before you were even approved for your credit card. Seriously, some of them are literally working their asses off […]

16 Delicious Eats in Bukit Batok

Article Source: Fionaseah.com Hey everyone! Recently, a lot of blog posts on food recommendations have surfaced on Facebook. Although organised geographically, these posts merely cover areas which are alreadyknown to have good food and they are typically located in the Eastern side of Singapore which is so far away from where I live (but no […]

5 Reasons Why Chinese Tourists Are So Rude

Article Source: Jeraldinephneah.com Many people around the world have a bad impression of Chinese tourists due to the way they behave when visiting foreign countries. In the past few years, these tourists have really earned a really bad reputation worldwide. You can read these articles from South China Morning Post, The Economist and the Huffington […]

School’s Out: How Singapore Keeps University Reserved for the Elites

The Singapore government’s recent revelation that it wants to restrict two-thirds of its citizenry from receiving public university education has generated a strong reaction among its population. Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) Ong Ye Kung said at the 47th St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland last Thursday that the government wants to cap the […]

12 Singapore Celebrity Couples Who Found Love At Work

Who’s dating who? From TV darlings to radio personalities and homegrown It is surprising how many people have found love at work. Perhaps seeing each other for hours every day, dealing with common challenges, and sharing highs and lows, are often instrumental in bringing two hearts together. Take a look at 12 Singapore celebrities who […]

Uniquely Singapore – 10 Things You Can Find Only In Singapore

Credit: Ladyironchef.com Singapore is a unique city that has influences from both the East and West. To foreigners, we speak in a hybrid of different languages that sounds like an entire language of its own and we have a distinct culture that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world. Sometimes, we have habits and […]

Secondary School Ranking (based on cut-off for 2017 intake)

Credit:Salary.sg MOE has announced the release of the 2017 PSLE results. To help parents and their children better decide on which secondary schools to select, we hereby update our ranking of all secondary schools based on the PSLE cut-off points of their 2017 intake. Schools offering 6-year programmes, i.e. Integrated Programme (IP) and International Baccalaureate […]

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