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What’s #BeMoneySensible Contest?  

Instead of scouring social medias for gossips and issues, why not use it wisely? Many Singaporeans heard about the #BeMoneySensible contest by the Institute for Financial Literacy (IFL). The Institute seeks to help Singaporeans make financial decisions that can affect their lives. The #BeMoneySensible...

Why Singapore is the Best Place for Expats

Many surveys agree that Singapore is the best place for expats to live, play and work. Singapore outwitted other countries like Switzerland, Germany and United States. We are curious why our tiny (but mighty) country beat all the others. Here are the reasons why our island-city is the best place for...

Busting HIV and AIDS Myth

December 1 is World AIDS Day. This day is dedicated to raise awareness of the deadly AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) caused by the HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Although Singapore has low HIV numbers, the challenge to identify and treat it remains. People should know how to deal with...

Avoiding Hit-and-Run Accidents

Hit-and-run is prevalent these days. The drivers feel that they can escape the scene and they will never be caught. But fleeing an accident scene without giving assistance or help to the victim will cause you more harm than good. If you are the driver, it is best to face the consequences whether it is your...

Workplace Safety: Preventing Fires from Spreading

A fire broke out on November 18, 2013 at Kaki Bukit. The fire at the industrial estate was put out in fifteen minutes. SCDF (Singapore Civil Defence Force) responded immediately. There were no injuries reported. Fires are big deal not only here in Singapore but around the world. As much as possible, the fire...

Singapore’s Color Run, First in SEA

Over 16, 000 “tinted runners” took part in the first Southeast Asian Color Run event held last August 17-18 at the province of Sentosa in Singapore, where race participants were smothered with different colored powders from gun fire up to the finish line. This first Color Run event in Southeast Asia,...

Advice: Do Not Post Anything When You’re Emotional

The advent of the internet has made the world better, faster and easier. We could not imagine our life without it. We use the internet to gather data, exchange information and more importantly, share our thoughts and feelings. Many Singaporeans are now indulging to internet. We can do many things online; we...

Famous Architectures

Singapore is home to many architectural masterpieces designed by famous architects and designers. Today, Singapore proved that technology and innovation can make things happen despite the limited space. You will be proud of mega structures like Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World. You can also visit other...

Secure Places to Exchange Your Money

When travelling, you need to secure your travelling documents and your money of course. If in this case you choose to visit Singapore, you should know where to look for money changers with better rates. Here’s an idea where to find money changers that offer better rates: People’s Park Complex...

Fresh Graduates: What to Do Until Job Finds You

Marching your way to graduation and earning a college degree is just an introduction to the challenging world of employment. Yes, it is challenging because you are up to the test of selling yourself well during interviews and showing off your abilities that set you apart from the rest. Indeed, it’s a...

Abide the Law of Attraction

At some point in our lives, we hungered for change. Life’s transformation for the better takes more than wanting and effort, it also requires a healthy mind set. Positive disposition, if habituated, is a fortune magnet…and that’s what Law of Attraction is basically about. Experts emphasize that...