Vietnam 

Love Kaohsiung Rural Independent Travel – Economy – Vietnam News | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports

KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN – Media OutReach – 2 August 2019 – In order to promote rural experience activities and agricultural products, Kaohsiung City Government Agriculture Bureau is participating in the Autumn International Travel Exhibition at the Singapore Exhibition Centre with the Kaohsiung City Tourism Association and local practitioners from August 2nd to 4th. Many interested Singaporeans are inquiring about rural tours in Kaohsiung. As a preferred brand of rural tourism in Kaohsiung, One-day Farmer brings different rural trips to Singapore every year. Because there is no agricultural development in Singapore, the program will naturally…

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Singapore 

Tinder couple with 10-year age gap fight daily to keep their love alive, Lifestyle, Singapore News

You never know when love will come knocking at your door. For Luke, 30, and Charmaine, 20, theirs started with a right swipe on Tinder and love blossomed after that on the fighting mat. Fast forward two years since they met, the pair are now married and co-own a gym.  SHE WAS ONLY 18 Charmaine, then 18, was still a student when she met Luke, 28, on the dating app. Besides having a 10-year age gap between them, Luke is from the US, though he works in Singapore. But that didn’t stop them from pursuing love.   Charmaine said there…

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Singapore 

Fashion obsessives’ Singapore label is a labour of love, Lifestyle, Singapore News

In a fashion landscape where less is very rarely more, one Singapore label is quietly going against the flow with its take on slow fashion – with a Japanese twist. Clothing label Biro was founded by brothers Kenghow and Kage Chong, who have an almost obsessive love for rare, premium textiles handmade in Japan. Launched in 2013, the brand features a tightly curated collection of Japan-made utilitarian apparel, including denim jeans, shirts, tees and jackets. The pieces may seem all too basic at first glance, but a closer study of…

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Home 

Multinational firms fall in love with the flexibility offered by co-working spaces

Co-working operators may have initially imagined their clientele to consist of start-ups and small businesses. No one foresaw this would revolutionise real estate, and awaken a vast occupier base – multinational corporations.More than 40 per cent of co-working spaces are now occupied by MNC’s, doubling in the last two years. No surprise they are now the number one target for flexible workspace providers. The evolution of this sector is happening at such a rate that the design of committed space… Source link

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Singapore 

7 fun ways to help your kid love Primary 1 maths, Singapore News

What should your child know to prepare herself for Primary 1 maths? Well, get her to appreciate the numerals that naturally occurs in our daily lives, say educators. For instance, have her weigh out flour in the kitchen with you. Or point out signboards in shops that offer, say, 20 per cent off the original price, suggests Debra Saw, principal of Qifa Primary School. While mathematics may seem a formidable classroom subject, kids are often surrounded by daily teaching and learning opportunities outside the classroom, points out Debra. According to the…

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Singapore 

Nigerian and Malaysian arrested over 11 Internet love scams involving $237,000, Singapore News

A 30-year-old Nigerian man and a 26-year-old Malaysian woman have been arrested for a series of Internet love scams in which victims lost at least $237,000. The scams reported in Malaysia and Singapore were solved through joint efforts by the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). The police said on Friday (April 5) that the duo were arrested on March 27 by officers from RMP’s Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID), acting on information provided by SPF’s Commercial Affairs Department (CAD). The two were caught in an…

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Singapore 

Young dancers express their love for the Chinese language through dance battle, Singapore News

How do you express your love for the Chinese language? A group of young dancers recently did so by showing off their best moves on stage. 125 students from primary schools all around Singapore joined the inaugural Chinese Street Dance competition, hosted by Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL) and Mandarin edutainment channel, MaxToon. In the grand finale held on Saturday (March 23), young dancers aged seven to 12 showed their appreciation for the Chinese language through music and their own choreographed dances.  The dancers had to explain the concept of…

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Home 

Fosun to open Club Med ski resort near Beijing to capture China’s new-found love for snow sports leading to 2022 Winter Olympics

Club Méditerranée, which operates all-inclusive holiday resorts around the world, plans to open a winter retreat with a ski school near Beijing to take advantage of the expected popularity of snow sports during the 2022 Winter Olympics in the Chinese capital. The company, commonly known as Club Med, will open a resort near the Chinese capital, where the winter games are scheduled to be held in three years’ time. Several ski resorts – including the Secret Garden resort by Malaysia’s Genting… Source link

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Singapore 

Here’s why ‘do what you love – right now’ is the most important advice for working adults in Singapore, Singapore News

The world’s best investor, Warren Buffett, once said: “If you wait till you are old to start working on something that you love, it is as if you are saving sex for old age.” I recognise that this quote is highly unusual for a personal finance article, but rest assured that this article is not about sex, but a strong encouragement for you to start working on your passion if you want to do well in life. A few months ago, I ran an online survey asking the question “Why…

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