Since Singapore’s independence in 1965, she has seen a huge makeover. The old attap houses have been replaced with columns of high rise buildings, while big empty fields are now home to shopping malls bustling with life. In a world where change is the only constant, five things have remained as they are for the past 53 years. And these five things, happen to play significant roles in the lives of many Singaporeans.
Many cafes provide disposable coffee cups as a takeaway option for consumers. These cups, however, are lined with plastic polyethene so as to waterproof the cups to contain liquid. Keepcup, an Australia-based reusable cup brand is a good alternative for disposable coffee cups. The estimated lifespan of a KeepCup is four years, but taking good care of it will help in extending its usable life, which also means you can potentially reduce more waste!
Home is where the heart is, but never the place to watch soccer. It’s nice, comfortable, and no one will complain when I rest my Hong Kong feet on the table. But soccer is never quite as fulfilling without a bunch of people rooting for the same team. Here's 5 places you should totally check out this World Cup season.
It is important to know when to let go of the devices so as to focus on what is most important - spending quality time with love ones. Established in London in 1991, Laurence King Publishing, one of the world’s leading publishers in the creative arts, publishes a huge collection of books and gifts that are perfect for everyday fun with the young ones.