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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Aone Claypot House at Kallang Wave Mall

Enjoy healthy and fresh scrumptious home feel foods at Aone Claypot House today. It is a place with comfortable dining ambience and it serves well-prepared dishes in traditional claypot cooking techniques which will able to bring your memory back to your childhood moment.

In Aone Claypot House menu, there are lots of dishes for audiences’ choice and most of the dishes are prepare in claypot style. Why using claypot to cook? Because claypot have good airflow, good heat insulation and therefore locking all the moisture and nutrients in while cooking. Hence, this is the best experience to try out how the past used to have Claypot meal.


One of the signature dishes I have tried was the dried scallop porridge with minced meat and assorted eggs (Century egg, salted egg, egg). This is one of my favourite after trying out various dishes, taste delicious and the soft porridge has brings out assorted eggs flavor in the aftertaste.


For those who like to have spicy side dish, it is recommended to try out the assorted Vegetables in Sambal sauce known as 四大天王. The vegetable includes eggplant, French bean, long bean and lady fingers, stird-fried with minced meat in sambal chilli sauce.








Other than having their signature, there are also many worth trying dishes in the menu at Aone Claypot House. For the health conscious, claypot cooking uses less oil yet retains its natural flavours. Hence, after consuming heavy meal, feel free to compliment yourself with their delights flower tea which will lighten your food coma and give you the best after taste.

There are total of 9 outlets Aone Claypot House restaurant across Singapore. Have your comfortable lunch and dinner with your family and friends at Aone Claypot House today!

Thursday, March 26, 2015

My Final Respect to Lee Kuan Yew at Parliament House

Yesterday was the first day of our founding father of Singapore, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew body lying in state at Parliament House for public to give their final respect to him. I born in the 3rd generation in Singapore, and since young I studied history and from education I knew about Lee Kuan Yew, although I never meet him personally in my life before but he is always the most respectful man ever I admired in my mind.

His humble and intelligence mindset has change Singapore from a third world into first world country among the region. The infrastructure in Singapore improves rapidly and without fail, Lee Kuan Yew thinks about future before hands on the present situations.


Hence, yesterday was the most sorrowful yet heart-warming moment to visit the Parliament House. I believed if you have read and saw the news on TV, the lying in state at Parliament House will be open 24 hours daily from today until 28 Mar 2015, 8pm. Likewise, everyone has make their way down to Raffles Place, Clarke Quay and CityHall area to queue for their entry to Parliament House for last respect. The estimated time increased to 8 hours approximately.

As the most respectful person in the world, in bottom of my heart, I told myself that I must queue and walk in the Parliament House to give him my final respect. Some people have been complaining about the weather very Hot, the queue super Long, Distance very Far, super crowded and etc… But think again, if Mr Lee can use all his life in building up this beautiful nation, I think these long hours of queue is nothing compares to his life that he given up.


My friend and I took time off to Parliament House for last respect to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Our starting queue was at Liang Court at River Valley. It was far distance away from the Parliament House and estimated time was about 8 hours. Under the humid weather and messy crowd, surrounding me were kids, students and working adults. I am glad that the queue was moving smooth and at each point of time, there were volunteers giving out free drinks and foods for people who queue for the last respect.



Free Drinks and Free Foods were given along the way! You guys are awesome!

Along my queuing journey to Parliament House, what I experienced and I saw with my own eyes was kind, polite, helpful and friendly. We care for one another till we reach our destination. I am happy to even bump into my camp mates, warrants and Chief of Infantry officer’s BG Chiang.  I had a quick chat with him and he tells me to keep it up!




“I have no regrets. I have spent my life, so much of it, building up this country. 
There’s nothing more that I need to do.” - LKY


Weather was perfectly fine and time touched sunset, the human chain remained long. I used this opportunity to capture sunset moment while continuing moving to the destination. If break it into 4 different section, it will be from Clarke Quay, to Honglin Park, to Raffles Places followed by Parliament House.



At Hong Lim Park was the longest waiting time whereby the police officers and ushers started to process people batch by batch.


The sky turned dark as we continue walking…

After a long waiting time and walk, we have finally reached the Fullerton hotel! The building was on half mast for respecting the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew.


Singaporean never gives up easily! Some of the foreign tourists even queue with us too! The long queue at Cavenagh Bridge... Yes reaching soon… Press on!



We were about 70m away from the Parliament House…

Conquering the long queue from Clarke Quay to Raffles Place, the time was about 9pm and we finally reached outside Parliament House. I told myself and the surrounding, “Yes! We make it! And everything now is worth it!” One of our greatest achievements was that we never give up along our way.  We followed the queue in front of us and went through the security check before proceed in the Parliament House.


Parliament House of Singapore


My deepest condolences. 
I sincerely bow at the late Lee Kuan Yew, 
in heart saying; 
Thank You Sir, You are a great man. 
We will always remember you."


离别是为了有一天更好地相聚。
- Hp.

Are You the New Taipei City Traveller

Hello Readers! If you have read my previous article regarding the launch of EVA Air and New Taipei City collaboration, I guess by now you should probably be taking part their online instagram contest. So, are you the New Taipei City Traveller? Hahaha to me… YES I AM!

Yup! Today in this blog post, I am going to share my 4 reason “Why I am the New Taipei City Traveller?” and what I will do IF I am the New Taipei City Traveller!

1. Virgin Trip with EVA Air
If there is an opportunity, this is going to be my first Taiwan holiday travelling with EVA Air! Ranked as the world top 10 safest airlines, I guess is a must try to take EVA Air Plane to my favourite destination. Especially the Hello Kitty Eva Air, one of the airplane which caught my attention instantly.

Photo credit: English.Gov.Taipei

2. I never been to TAIWAN before!
YES! Honestly speaking I have never been to Taiwan before but I marked it as one of my favourite country among the Asia! Reason because, since young I love watching Taiwanese drama and listening to Mandarin pop song from Taiwanese Singer. And I always admired those beautiful music video and short film shot in Taiwan. I wish that one day I could step into Taiwan and enjoy live Taiwan scenery with my own eyes.

Photo Credit: English.Gov.Taipei

3. Feel The Landscape, Explore The Culture, Taste The Food.
I want to make my first Taiwan visit to New Taipei City, to feel the nature landscape environment, exploring their living culture and taste the authentic Taiwanese foods. I believe this trip is going to be an eye-opening experience to me. For more, I also wish to share my New Taipei City travelling moment to all my readers in this blog!

My #ILoveNewTaipeiCity | #我爱新北市 Instagram Video Contest!


4. Create a Short Film in New Taipei City
Yup! I am a film maker and producer! With my passion, I wish to create beautiful and memorable short film through my New Taipei City journey and share these memories to my family and friends. As there’s always this saying: ‘We must always bring back good things along our journey!’




So... ...! 
Pick me! pick me! ^^


Monday, March 23, 2015

My Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew


“I have no regrets. I have spent my life, so much of it, building up this country. 
There’s nothing more that I need to do. At the end of the day, 

what have I got?
A Successful Singapore.

What have I given up?
MY LIFE.”

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8 Memorable Quotes from Lee Kuan Yew

“I’m very determined. If I decide what something is worth doing, then I’ll put my heart and soul to it. The whole ground can be against me, but if I know it is right, I’ll do it. That’s the business of a leader.”

“Life is not just eating, drinking, television and cinema. The human mind must be creative, must be self-generating; it cannot depend on just gadgets to amuse itself.”

"Every person, genius or moron, has a right to reproduce himself."

"Even from my sick bed, even if you are going to lower me into the grave and I feel something is going wrong, I will get up."

"If you can't force or are unwilling to force your people to follow you, with or without threats, you are not a leader."

"What I fear is complacency. When things always become better, people tend to want more for less work."

"I don't believe in love at first sight. I think it's a grave mistake."

"I have been accused of many things in my life, but not even my worst enemy has ever accused me of being afraid to speak my mind."

Ultimate Tasty Gourmet Burgers at Crossroads Café

Challenge yourself with the ultimate gourmet burger at Crossroads Café! There are total of 5 different burger choices for your delight meal. Each meal served with a burger and a choice of either French Fries or Mixed Leaf Salad. The size of the gourmet burger was gigantic and the taste was mouth juicy. Hence, it is definitely good for pair sharing.

Here are the 5 type of burger with pricing:
The Primetime ($36)
Wagyu beef patty, truffle aioli, pickled onion,
provolone cheese, seared foie gras on a spinach bun

Aussie Burger ($30)
black angus beef patty, lettuce, tomato, onion,
beetroot, cheddar cheese, bacon, fried egg on a sesame bun

Po- Boy Burger ($30)
soft shell crab, Asian slaw, spicy lemongrass dressing on a sesame bun

Moussaka Burger ($30)
lamb patty, fried eggplant & tomato,
cheese sauce on a tomato focaccia bun

Mac & Cheese Burger ($30)
black angus beef patty, cherry jam, fried cheese,
bacon on a brioche bun

My Verdict
Crossroads Cafe at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is a comfortable outdoor place for chilling with friends. One of my favourite gourmet burger from Crossroads café was the Po-Boy Burger. The golden crispy softshell crab taste fresh and delectable and it gives a Thai spicy in aftertaste. My second favourite was the Primetime Burger. The thick Wagyu beef patty was tender and it tastes satisfying juicy. Both are Recommended!


Beside that, there is also an instagram contest for you to stand a chance in winning S$100 Crossroads Café voucher. All you have to do...

[From 1st March to 30th April 2015, take an Instagram video of yourself enjoying any of their Gourmet Burgers at Crossroads Cafe, and hashtag #CrossroadsCafesg #15secsofPleasure for a chance to win SGD100 Crossroads Cafe voucher! Also, get to enjoy 10% off your Gourmet Burger when you flash your IG post to their friendly associates before billing.]


Terms and Conditions:
  • Contest period from 2nd March to 30th April 2015.
  • Winning entry will be picked based on 50% ‘likes’ and 50% creativity.
  • Winning entry will be announced on 31st March and 30th April 2015, 5PM (GMT+8).
  • Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to change these terms and conditions at any time.
Crossroads Café is located at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel Level 1.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Beauty and The Beast Musical in Singapore MasterCard Theatres

All-time favourite childhood Disney story’s Beauty and The Beast has visited Singapore and check- in to MasterCard Grand Theatres at Marina Bay Sands to present the audiences an amazing and spectacular performance on the magnificent musical stage from 21st March 2015 to 19th April 2015.

Beauty and The Beast

A Change In Me

If you miss the songs and story happening in Beauty and The Beast, I believe this is your opportunity to bring your family, friends and love one to catch the live romance Beauty and The Beast at MasterCard Theaters today. Hence, with the awards winning productions support and outstanding cast performances, it is definitely worth the price watching this Beauty and The Beast musical in Singapore.

The ticketing price of Beauty and The Beast musical start from S$65 (E Reserve Seat) to S$190 (Premium Seat). For more information about the musical schedule and ticket pricing, do visit the official website at Marina Bay Sands.


hongpeng1990's BeautyAndTheBeastMusical album on Photobucket
Photos taken at Beauty and The Beast Musical in Singapore Media Preview
Photos credit to Base Entertainment Asia

Beauty and Beast Musical Synopsis:
From the producers of The Lion King, the award-winning production of Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST comes to Singapore in March 2015. This new touring production has been put together by the original creators of the Broadway production, including the Tony Award® winning costumes from Ann Hould-Ward.

Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST features the animated film's Academy Award®-winning score with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, with additional songs with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice.

Disney's Beauty and the Beast is the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell placed by an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.

Disney's Beauty and the Beast has become an international sensation that has played to over 35 million people worldwide in 13 countries.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Discover the History of Singapore with Tiger Beer


Tiger Beer can produced in year 1965 and in conjunction with the Singapore golden jubilee celebration, Tiger beer’s brand new campaign looks to inspire Singaporeans to stop and take a look at themselves with a fresh perspective on the history of Singapore.

Starting from 16 March 2015, the ‘Unofficial Official History of Singapore’ will kick off and to present the back-story behind two of the nation most distinct jewels – the iconic Kallang Wave and our national favourite dishes, Chicken Rice.

Who invented Chicken Rice? Discover the story of the man who saved our nation from a most fowl aggressor. Visit the link here: http://www.tigerbeer.com.sg/unofficialofficial/stories/chickenrice

Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍) Nude in Sara (雏妓) Movie

Sara (雏妓), rated as R21 sexual movie lead cast by Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍) and Simon Yam (任达华). The highlight of this movie happened when Journalist Sara face her sorrowful moment and she travel to Chiang Mai, Thailand and found her other self reflected with her own past.


This movie tells a life story of being an escort and the reason behind of why people are willing to sell their own body for gaining trust and compliment. Sometime things happen around us are unexpected and life experience is definitely unpredictable. Moral of story, are you treating escort as a job or for own interest?

For those who are interested in watching Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍) R21 film, there will be special sneaks starting this Friday, 20th to 22nd March! Hence, Sara (雏妓) movie will be officially release on 26th March 2015 in Singapore Cinema Theatre. I rate this good story movie: 3/5 stars.




Everyone has their own story


Sara Movie Synopsis:
Journalist Sara has just spent four months completing an in-depth investigation piece. Her editor-in-chief, afraid of offending powerful politicians and business moguls, refuses to run it. Sara’s boyfriend, who works for the same magazine, chooses not to warn her and even sides with the editor-in-chief. In just one moment, Sara is turned off by her work, her love relationship and even about life.

At this low point in her life, Sara exiles herself to Chiang Mai, Thailand. One evening, while at a bar, Sara meets child prostitute Dok-my. During her time getting to know Dok-my and through the process of rescuing her, Sara becomes haunted by the memories of her own past.

 
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