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Egg Salad stuffed in Wholemeal Pita Bread

I’m a bread-lover. But recently I’ve been told that the gluten in the breads are damaging to our human health. We should also stay away from soyabeans and low-fat dairy products as well! As much as possible, we should consume food in its’ natural form and not in its’ processed form. Too bad, I can’t…

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An Afternoon With Stephen Twinings

Twinings  How to Make the Perfect Cuppa @ Marina Bay Sands, Presidential Suite 5 September 2011 Any true tea-lover would screamed in wondrous delight when they see an exquisite teapot set laid on a fine marble table top next to cosy cushion seats. To get their excitement going, a 45 degrees turn, they saw a…

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Raw & Fresh

Outdoor Photography with ZX Workshop @National Museum of Singapore 2 September 2011 The photographer gave me a soft copy of all the raw photos so I could select the best 15 shots from it. It was great to work with a decisive photographer who could envision you shining in the stark landscape.A great photographer who…

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A True Global Citizen Shops Globally

CitiglobeShopper by CitiBank @Fruits Paradise, Orchard Central 27 August 2011 Wouldn’t it be great if we can have a nice cup of Rosebud Tea with a slice of Mango Strawberry Sponge cake while shopping online? CitiBank has introduced a new online shopping service to all CitiBank Card members . It was very nice of them…

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Songs that Soothe The Earth

   Green Song writers and composers. 13 Songs A Challenge. To bring the Earth’s temperature down. Winners of the Eco Music Challenge Season 2 1st:Lee Fengheng, World Without Fences 2nd:Julian Kwok, Love for Planet Earth  3rd:早安你好,早安 4th:Riza Hamizan, Change of Tomorrow 5th:Judah Lyne, Set Her Free Visit http://www.nea.ecomusic.sg/ to listen their Green Songs. Congratulations to…

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Having Dim Sum with My Dollies In  A Royal Palace

Royal China@Raffles Hotel  27 August 2011 Dim Sum Lunch With My Dollies Walk straight into Royal China and got a table with lovely cushion seats for yourselves? You must be walkin’ on sunshine , enjoying your lucky day.This golden coated furnishings with a soft baby blue background is popular with the local crowd.Before you make…

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The Haemoglobin Story

The True Story of A Haemoglobin Donor There was this little girl named Deenise who had big dreams for the future.Her dream was to make the world a little greener,happier and healthier. ( Okay, I am no longer ‘little’.Laughs) One day, as she was reading the daily newspaper, she saw a headline which caught her…

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Under A Warm Glow of Moonlight

<p><br><br><br><br><br><br>dfsdff</p>                                                                              A bite of Traditional Mooncake A sip of Chinese Black Tea Sitting under a Pavillion Bathe with a warm glow from the Moon. Are you looking upon the same Moon as I do? We’ll meet again. I promise.

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My Little Toes are Dancin’, All the Way to Melbourne

Can you believe this?Because I can’t believe it either. I receive a call from omy.sg. Singapore Blog awards? Australia? One of the winners couldn’t make it? I came in second? Are you serious? My voice quavers in excitement. You mean I have a chance to visit Melbourne with the other bloggers? Deenise! You’d better slap…

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Triple Berrilicious Cinnamon Pancakes

Waking up on a lazy Sunday morning with cinnamon pancakes drizzled with honey. It’s cinnamon again. My all-time favourite spice. I love making pancakes but I didn’t want to buy a packet of flour, a carton of eggs and vanilla essence just to make a couple of pancakes for breakfast. So I figured that instant…

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