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  • Savor Singapore with Singapore Fried Fish
    Savor Singapore with Singapore Fried Fish
    **Note: To see the free how-to slideshow on making Singapore Fried Fish from Fusion Asiana, please go to the Facebook page called Fusion Asiana **You will never truly experience Asia until you have spent time in Singapore. It is the perfect fusing...
  • Cheryl's birthday viral math problem
    Cheryl's birthday math problem goes viral online
    The "Cheryl's birthday" math problem went viral recently after it was posted online. Singapore students were asked to find Cheryl's birthday in a high school math problem. Public figure Kennethjianwen shared the "trick...
  • "When is Cheryl's birthday?" Math equation taking online world by storm
    Singapore stumper: Cheryl's birthday math problem for 10th graders goes viral
    So what is the answer to the math question taking the online world by storm, "When is Cheryl’s birthday?" This math problem was given to kids in the Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad and it is not an easy equation to solve....
  • Cheryl's birthday Singapore
    Cheryl's birthday: Singapore kids given this math riddle, but can you solve it?
    Cheryl’s birthday – if you Google it right now you’ll find Singapore children – fifth graders – were given this brain-teaser, and while many of them successfully came up with the correct solution, the rest of the...
  • Ancient Chinese city of Suzhou draws million of tourists
    Ancient Chinese city of Suzhou draws million of tourists
    Don’t let the name fool you. One of Asia’s biggest tourism attractions is called the Singapore Industrial Park, but it’s nowhere near the famous city-state at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The park, known as the SIP...
  • Nellie Bly
    Circling the world in 72 days
    French novelist Jules Verne took all of us on an exciting adventure in 1873, in the company wealthy Englishman Phileas Fogg, and his beloved French valet Passepartout, as we ventured around the world in eighty days. Seeking to turn fiction into...
  • The 28th SEA Games in Singapore
    SEA Games are sparking levels of unprecedented enthusiasm in Singapore
    According to Jonathan Wong, reporter for Singapore’s The Straits Times, the increasing anticipation over the Opening Ceremony for the 2015 South East Asia Games (SEA Games) is becoming infectious. If the excitement continues, response to the...
  • Rat found in vegetable dish of Chinese food restaurant in Singapore
    Rat found in food at Chinese Buffet in Singapore: Customers still forced to pay
    Stomp, an online magazine out of Singapore, reported January 9th that a rat carcass was found in a vegetable dish of the Chinese food buffet restaurant, Hotpot, in the local Market Square shopping area. The rat carcass was found around 12:20 pm...
  • Flight QZ8501 AirAsia goes missing
    Flight QZ8501 AirAsia goes missing
    San Francisco residents woke up today to find that yet another airliner has gone missing.“It’s unbelievable and very frightening that another plane has gone missing,” says San Francisco resident, Katie Adler.This time it’s...
  • AirAsia plane goes missing
    AirAsia plane goes missing en route to Singapore
    Nine months after the Malaysian flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people on board, an AirAsia flight from Indonesia to Singapore has gone missing, reports NBC News.“AirAsia Indonesia regrets to confirm that flight QZ501 from Surabaya to...
  • Chewing gum banned in Singapore
    Chewing gum is illegal in Singapore: One year in jail and $5,500 fine
    In the United States and other countries around the world, you might see people chewing gum. However, it is illegal to sell, import or use chewing gum in Singapore. There is a very good reason for this law that is strictly enforced.Singapore hasn&...
  • China puts a new nail in dollar coffin as it begins direct trade with Singapore
    China puts a new nail in dollar coffin as it begins direct trade with Singapore
    On Oct. 28,Chinese Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli announced that beginning today, China will commence direct trade with Singapore using their own currencies to facilitate economic transactions. The significance of this move is that this new trade...
  • Cover of "Aunty Lee's  Deadly Specials" by Ovidia Yu
    Read “Aunty Lee’s Deadly Specials” by Ovidia Yu
    “Aunty Lee’s Deadly Specials” is the second book in the Singapore Mystery series by Ovidia Yu.I loved her first book, "Aunty Lee's Delights,"and put it on my list of the top book for book clubs in 2014. It explored...
  • Her new friend laughed at her misery and saved her life
    Her new friend laughed at her misery and saved her life
    Moving to another country can be an incomparable adventure as it was for Love Letters Live co-founder Tresa Eyres and her family when, because of a career opportunity, they left the United States for Singapore almost 40 years ago. No email, no...
  • Bitcoin CEO Coroner suicide
    Bitcoin CEO: Coroner rules suicide, virtual currency CEO jumped from 16th floor
    The death of an American bitcoin CEO has been ruled a suicide by a Singapore coroner this week. The virtual currency CEO threw herself off of the 16th floor of her apartment building back in February. The CEO of currency exchange First Meta was ...
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