The NEWater Visitor Centre promises a fun-filled and enriching time for everyone. Macy had an opportunity to visit the Centre during her school excursion and she was full of praises on this amazing local invention! This time, we decided to visit the Centre together as a family. Continue reading “NEWater Visitor Centre”
In less than a month, Singapore will be celebrating the National Day on the 9th of August. This year, our National Day will add on a greater significance as we celebrate our 50th birthday. Emotions are expected to run high as the whole nation gathers to celebrate and witness the achievements over these 50 years. Continue reading “Singapore Flag Pte Ltd”
Macau – I am back to this familiar land again. I would prefer to visit Macau during the winter period where the weather is more cooling. This time round my experience was more pleasant when wifi is readily available at many places. Continue reading “A Visit to Macau”
Have you dreamt about being your own boss? You may have reached a point in your life that you want to do something different? You want to be answerable to yourself. You have heard of many stories by successful entrepreneurs and aspire to be in their footsteps.
Ernest Liew, like many of us, have been working hard since he joined the marketplace. Having work in the telecommunication industry for more than 10 years, it seems daunting to step away from his core competency to set up his own business. Only a few would dare to try. However, Ernest is no stranger to the F&B industry as he has always shown great interests in food and café lifestyle. A Christian and worship leader back in his hometown church, Ernest shares on what it takes to be an entrepreneur and the challenges which aspiring business owners need to face in a start-up. The reality. Continue reading “Coffee with Ernest Liew – Entrepreneurship”
We made an impromptu trip to Pulau Ubin on a Sunday a couple of weeks ago. Pulau Ubin is an island off eastern Singapore and often considered the last ‘kampung’ (village) in Singapore. A stroll through Ubin takes you back to Singapore in the 1960’s with the simpler pleasures of life. The slow lane starts as soon as you join the queue for the bumboat at Changi. It was actually raining cats and dogs on that morning. When we arrived there, it was still drizzling. Continue reading “A Visit to Pulau Ubin”