BREAKING NEWS

Monday, March 31, 2014

I Love Being A Blogger


Hello Readers! Yes! I love being a Blogger and I started blogging since 7 years back, the days when I am still a student. Hence, back to school days whereby almost everyone has a blog to note down their daily life. Likewise for me, I created a blog because of my passion in sharing my exciting and interesting lifestyle to my online readers.

I love being a blogger because it allows me to explore the society for working life and also get to know different kind of skill and knowledge through attending exclusive events and private workshops. Thus, with the privileged experience given, it also helps improve my communication skills when having a smooth mingle to the others.




I love being a blogger because I get to meet many awesome blogger friend as year passed and I am glad that most of the blogger start off with their writing passion. I have no regret being a blogger because I get to enjoy fun moment with my friend and family!




I love being a Blogger because I get a golden opportunity to being an ambassador for representing brands and products which gave me a whole unique confident experience to showcase myself to the public. Till today, I have no regret being a blogger! Because is really an unexpected lively experience in my casual lifestyle. Yay! ^^



Wanna win an iPad Mini or 12-months blogging contract?
You can enjoy the perks of being a Blogger too!!!

LIKE The Influencer Network facebook page:

Join them onboard at http://www.influencersg.com/join.html (No Registration Fee) and explore your dreams of becoming a popular and influential blogger in Singapore. Be proactive and take the first step to the many opportunities ahead!

I LOVE BEING A BLOGGER
BECAUSE I LOVE TO BLOG!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Samsung launches Galaxy Tab PRO


Press Release:
Samsung today unveiled the Samsung GALAXY Tab PRO (10.1” Display) and GALAXY Tab PRO (8.4” Display), two powerful tablets that are outstanding for work and ideal for play. Providing users with an extraordinary display, the GALAXY Tab PRO series features a crystal-clear, WQXGA display (1600x2560) with more than four million pixels for seamless enjoyment of stunning Full HD videos and more. The brilliant display is embodied in Samsung’s design legacy featuring a sleek, light and slim frame resulting in a premium GALAXY Tab PRO (10.1” Display), as well as the highly portable and lightweight GALAXY Tab PRO (8.4” Display).

Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO Highlights:
- Personalised Content Home allows users to further tailor their GALAXY tablet experience for their own needs

- Multi Window enables users to split the screen up into two different windows, for seamless multi-tasking

- Users can easily access and control their home or office PC directly through their GALAXY Tab PRO (10.1” Display) and GALAXY Tab PRO (8.4” Display) with Remote PC in order to seamlessly edit and save files remotely

- The GALAXY Tab PRO series also comes pre-loaded with premium apps right out the box for additional productivity such as CISCO WebEx®, Samsung e-Meeting, Dropbox, Hancom Office1 for Android™, Remote PC, LinkedIn (Web-based download) and more

Pricing and Availability
The Samsung GALAXY Tab PRO (10.1” Display) and GALAXY Tab PRO (8.4” Display) will be available in Black and White from March 29 in Singapore at $798 and $698 respectively, without contract, for the LTE version, at telecommunication operators, major consumer electronics and IT stores, and Samsung Experience Stores.

WiFi version of the Samsung GALAXY Tab PRO (10.1” Display) and GALAXY Tab PRO (8.4” Display) will be available in Black and White from March 29 in Singapore at $748 and $598 respectively, without contract, at all major consumer electronics and IT stores, and Samsung Experience Stores.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Take a Break


“Every person needs to take one day away. A day in which one consciously separates the past from the future. Jobs, family, employers, and friends can exist one day without any one of us, and if our egos permit us to confess, they could exist eternally in our absence. Each person deserves a day away in which no problems are confronted, no solutions searched for. Each of us needs to withdraw from the cares which will not withdraw from us.” - Maya Angelou

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

OCBC Cycle Singapore 2014

For the Cycling Enthuasists, Asia's largest Mass Cycling Event - OCBC Cycling Singapore is back!  Are you getting excited?  OCBC Cycle Singapore 2014 will be held on 28-30 March 2014 in F1 Pit Building.


There are several categories, check out the categories and pricing here.

Refer to below for the event schedule:

For those who are keen in participating in the OCBC Cycle Singapore 2014, sign up here!
Registeration will closed by 11:59pm on 19 Mar 2014.

In conjuction with the OCBC Cycling 2014, there is also Instagram contests held:

Safe Cycling Instagram Contest

Show your safe cycling efforts by posting a photo or video on Instagram and get to win prizes valued up to S$5,000*! You are encouraged to post throughout the month according to the assigned theme. Even better, wear your safe cycling jersey!


Theme for February: Basic Safe Cycling Tips

Theme for March: Safe Cycling With Your Loved Ones

Submission Format:
 Photos / Videos on Instagram

Criteria:
 - Follow @OCBCCycleSG and hashtag #SafeCycling on your entry
 - Creativity and originality

P/S: Please ensure that your profile is public so that photos and videos can be seen


Event Weekend Instagram Contest



With the OCBC Cycle Singapore 2014 held on 28-30 March 2014 in F1 Pit Building, participants are encouraged to capture their cycling moments, and share with us via Instagram.

10 lucky winners will walk away with special prizes!

Steps to enter the Event Weekend Instagram Contest:
Step 1: Follow @OCBCCycleSG on Instagram
Step 2: Hashtag your photo with #OCBCCycleSG
Step 3: Tell us why you love cycling

Closing date:
 6 April 2014





Video / Image Credit: OCBC Singapore

Monday, March 17, 2014

No Stigma Attached: Contact lenses can Aid Astigmatism

(Photo credit to: maikel_nai )

Suffering from Astigmatism can be a major headache, in both senses of the word. Even if we are not office workers working in front of a screen from 9-5, many of us still regularly look at television or computer screens for several hours each day, whether at home or at work. We all know that headache and sense of fatigue that come with sitting for too long in front of a screen, but this is something which is exacerbated with Astigmatism. Our lifestyle therefore demands a solution.

(Photo credit to: CooperVision website )

Blurred vision is another symptom for people with Astigmatism, as they have several focal points. This is because the front part of the eye, the cornea, has an irregular shape, which means the light passing through it is bent unequally towards the back of the eye, so that it focuses at different points, causing the blurring. The headaches are a result of this, as the sufferer has to squint a lot to try and focus on one point. It is also linked to having near or far sightedness. However, the real question is whether or not contact lenses can help with Astigmatism given that historically sufferers have seen glasses as the best solution.

(Photo credit to: Malkav)

Since their invention, contact lenses have been used as an alternative to glasses to combat problems such as short sightedness, so it is not surprising that new developments focus further on other vision problems as well as style and comfort. However, recently, people who suffer from Astigmatism have had their eye on Toric contact lenses, a type of Astigmatism Contact Lenses that focus directly on combatting this problem.

(Photo credit to: איתן טל)

These lenses not only do the job of improving short and far sightedness, but can also help overcome the symptoms of Astigmatism, such as the blurred vision and headaches. The contact lens corrects the refraction error which means that the wearer will only have one focal point instead of several. This new technology allows Astigmatism contact lenses to be a real option for those who suffer from it and they can now make their own choice in the glasses versus contact lens debate.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Food Review: Momiji Japanese Buffet Restaurant


It’s my first time visiting the Momiji Japanese Buffet Restaurant located at 55 Newton Road, Revenue House and I totally love their traditional Japanese culture with an exquisite display in its interior which gave me a delightful dining experience.


For seafood and Japanese sushi lover, other than serving the top Japanese premium such as fresh sashimi, Wagyu beef, Kurobuta, Shabu-Shabu, Teppanyaki and Sapporo beer. Momiji Japanese Buffet Restaurant is now having the king crab buffet promotion starting with the price of $37.80++. This includes fresh prawn and snow crab which make your money more worthwhile.


Which prawn you choose to eat?

King Crab Legs

Momiji Japanese Buffet Restaurant serves a huge variety of seafood and Japanese premium item. From fresh based to grill to steam cooked, each of the section will give you a different crave which suits the local taste bud.


Massive well-prepared sushi for buffet!

Yummy Sashimi!!!

Can't stop craving for this! =)

Hence for dessert, you may also enjoy the free flow of Haagen-Dazes ice cream, delicious sponge cake and cheesecake, chewy moji, cream puffs as well as sweet and juicy fruits.


Yes! My all time favourite!!


Awesome buffet!


The promotion period of the King Crab Feast start from now till end of May 2014 (only available during Brunch and Dinner session). Thus, promotion may end earlier, subject to availability. So do not miss this opportunity to spoil yourself!

Momiji Japanese Buffet Pricing:

Thursday, March 13, 2014

War of the Roses at Gardens by The Bay Flower Dome


"The rose speaks of love silently, in a language known only to the heart." Roses! A commonly flower you see during Valentine’s Day period or the moment you propose to your loved one.  Starting from today till 6th April 2014, more than 60 varieties of beautiful and romance blooms England’s national flower will showcase in the Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay.

Last weekend, I am glad to get invited to visit the “War of the Roses” at Flower Dome. It was an amazing moment when I stepped into this little secret garden of roses and having a light and sweet smell of the rose fragrance. Thus, along the path I walked, I also saw the guide and explanation about different type and colour of rose. Likewise, is quite an interesting place for me to explore and know more about roses!


The historical “War of the Roses” was a series of civil wars between the House of Lancaster and the House of York that were vying for the throne of England. Its name drew reference to the emblems associated with the two Houses – the Red Rose of Lancaster and the White Rose of York.


Angelic Red Rose

Red compliment with Yellow Rose represent the Jovial and Happy Feeling in life


An Admirable Pink Rose

Friendship... Yellow Rose!


Hence, the floral display at Gardens by the Bay Flower Dome also features two armour- plated knights on horses amidst a battlefield of roses in different colours, shapes and sizes. Other flowers complementing the display include Hydrageas, Pansies, Bellis and Alyssums.


Dining at ardens by The Bay Flower Dome anyone? :D

Red Rose - Love, Romance, Respect and Courage

It was a fulfilling day for me! I hope you guys enjoy visiting the War of Roses exhibition at Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay too! Prepare to see many beautiful blossom roses now! For more information do visit [WaroftheRoses] website.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Food Review: Yum Cha Restaurant at Changi Business Park


How often do you spend time Yum Cha with your friend/family in a week? Wait… for your understanding of “Yum Cha”, it means “Drink Tea” (飲茶) direct translate from Cantonese, usually known as eating dim sum at a restaurant. Well for me, I love spending some of my quality time to have a delightful Dim Sum with my friend! Last week, while craving for delicious dim sum to fulfil my stomach hunger, I pay my first visit to the Yum Cha Restaurant located at Changi Business Park outlet.


Yum Cha Restaurant was first opened at Chinatown and it expanded with two more outlets in Singapore locate at Serangoon Gardens and Changi Business Park. The three Yum Cha Restaurant outlets offer a different theme in its elegant interior ambient which gives customers a unique dining experience. Thus, the outlet at Changi Business Park was the one I visited.



Yum Cha Restaurant Menu

I was introduced by their signature dim sum dishes which served in smoking hot bamboo steamer such as Custard Bun with golden lava, Fish Roe Siew Mai, Prawn & Mango Fritters, Prawn Wanton Crisp, Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice, Fried Carrot Cake and etc... Dim Sum at Yum Cha Restaurant was well-prepared and it taste delectable and savory. Hence, their custard bun and Siew Mai is a must try!

Yum Cha Signature Siew Mai


Molten Salted Egg Custard Steamed Bun





Other than having their delicious dim sum, you may also want to try out their main dishes such as Crispy Roasted Pork, Crispy Roasted Duck, Honey Roast Char Siew and Braised Soya Chicken which brings you to the next level of scrumptious taste at Yum Cha Restaurant.

Fresh Prawn Congee - $8.80

Crispy Roasted Pork, Crispy Roasted Duck, Honey Roast Char Siew and Braised Soya Chicken

Yup! I had a fabulous dim sum meal dining at Yum Cha Changi! Yum Cha Restaurant is definitely a recommended place for Dim Sum! It’s time to have a scrumptious Yum Cha with your friends and family! Hope you do enjoy as what I did ya! *Smiles*


Yum Cha Restaurant at Changi Address:
6 Changi Business Park Ave 1
#01-33, UE Biz-Hub East, North Tower
Singapore 486017

Price Range: $6 - $20

Opening Hour:
10.30am to 3pm | 6pm to 9pm daily.
 
Back To Top
Designed By OddThemes | Edited By Yeo Hong Peng