With regionally-sourced ingredients like kai lan, chye sim and bok choy being used as part of Ajuicery’s ingredients, they may just be the juicery you check out and try.

10 June 2015
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The Dollies could have afforded to make the dim sum pieces all the more delectable, with more attention to storytelling and the narrative.

8 June 2015
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Boldly themed “Building a Billion Dollar Company”, Echelon Asia Summit 2015 boasts of 70 world-class speakers and networking opportunities with over 2,500 delegates from various sectors.

8 June 2015
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The Dollies take us through 700 years of island history, in a whirlwind of sequins, feathers and 3-inch heels! Here’s your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show, join the giveaway in here.

28 May 2015
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Not only does The Connection reveal the toxic underbelly of a flawed law enforcement and judicial system, it also toys with the fact that nothing is ever just black or white, right or wrong.

26 May 2015
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Remembering Clarke Quay before it became what it is today, we took a walk down memory-river in the final weekend of Singapore HeritageFest 2015.

21 May 2015
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Daring and thought provoking, After Utopia is a standout exhibition at Singapore Art Museum that views an ideal world through contemporary Asian art, that leaves you both satisfied and dissatisfied.

19 May 2015
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SEED Eye Coffret 1 Day UV disposable lenses makes brighter, bolder and beautiful eyes easily attainable.

14 May 2015
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The battle was not simply for who was the better boxer.

12 May 2015
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Pundits of puns or a culture of vultures?

29 April 2015
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Spanning from England to Scotland, from city to countryside, but with nothing more than a cast of four and a set composed of ladders, chairs and wardrobes, the result is delicious physical comedy.

28 April 2015
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The play is a reminder that “normal” is but a label attached to these students, as stereotypical and unnecessary as any other.

21 April 2015
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With a trio of strong, distinctive works that carried their unique flavour, Triple Bill by Sun Shang-Chi, Xing Liang and Jeffrey Tan was an effective showcase of the company’s versatility and adaptability.

16 April 2015
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Talking about death and dying isn’t going to fill in that black hole; likewise there’s a difference between getting your feelings out and pitying yourself.

14 April 2015
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We caught up with Faith Ng, playwright for Checkpoint’s Theatre’s production, Normal, and she talks about how being “normal” isn’t enough, not in Singapore.

13 April 2015
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Why I probably talk to your mom and dad more than you do.

8 April 2015
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We caught up with Tian Qiuyan of Art Loft Asia, who recently sold her startup, sold.sg to social entertainment platform Migme.

6 April 2015
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The storylines might be too juvenile for you, but animated films are nothing short of a spectacle, and Oscar winner Big Hero 6 showed us just that.

2 April 2015
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