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This Heineken beer commercial is so funny and clever! Whoever came up with it deserves a big award!

And now there’s even a sequel!

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After visiting Jaime La Nourriture’s lovely blog, I’m now very inspired to blog in Chinese too! Problem is, I haven’t written in Chinese for more than 10 years. It’ll be good practice to brush up on my very rusty Chinese, heh! Ok, here goes……

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Fried mixed vegetables with rice, S$8.00.

星期六了,我和老公都没特别节目。我又不想煮晚饭,于是我们便到惹兰红山中心吃晚餐和逛超市。

老公:哎,我们真uncool! 星期六晚上没去cheong,却跑来这种只有uncle/auntie来的地方!

我:有什么办法?我们以“升级”做uncle/auntie了!

Translated:

It’s Saturday. Hubby and I had no special plans. I didn’t feel like cooking, so we went to Jalan Bukit Merah Central to eat dinner and shop at the supermarket.

Hubby: *sigh* We’re so uncool! It’s a Saturday evening. We didn’t go clubbing, yet we’re at this kind of place frequented by uncles and aunties!

Me: What to do? We’ve been “promoted” to being uncle and auntie!

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Happy Lunar New Year, everyone! Though the economic outlook for this year is rather gloomy, there’s still much to be grateful for, like family, health, and food on the table!

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Hello Kitty says, "Goodbye, Mr Rat! Hello, Mr Ox!"

Yes, it’s the year of the ox, and there’s no cat among the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac, but the feline is one of my favorite animals. So, combining my passion for this creature and his hobby, hubby Ricky made me this Hello Kitty paper model! Aww honey, you’re so sweet! 🙂

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The Singapore Food Festival 2008 opened with a bang at Lau Pa Sat this evening. Local food bloggers received media invites to this event. Ooh, so now food bloggers are given mainstream media status? Cool!

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The VIPs putting on their rubbers. Gloves, that is. What were you thinking?

The guest-of-honor was Minister of State for Trade and Industry, Mr Lee Yi Shyan (second from left in above photo). He tried his hand at making one of Singapore’s iconic hawker dishes, char kway teow. The other VIP made rojak.

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