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  • mitsueki Travels | 10D9N Korea Trip – Day 3 (Part 7): Exploring EWHA Shopping Street / Hongdae BBQ Street!
    Of course at EWHA, the next best thing to do is to walk around, do some shopping and go cafe hopping! Shopper’s Nirvana: Edae’s Fashion for Young WomenThe commercial street between the Ewha Station and Ewha Women’s University is considered one of the hottest shopping areas for young women in Korea. – Just sharing photos of some of the many shops and cafes located around EWHA for your reference below. It was also here when I decided to cave in and buy a new pair of shoes because my feet were almost dying of heat in my furry… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-05-01By mitsueki
  • Diversification
    Are we doing diversification wrongly? We may think that we are well-diversified when in actual fact we are still concentrated largely in one area or type of investment. Why should we even practice diversification in the first place, wouldn't it dilute our returns on the good investments? (Source:, Simon Cunningham) Diversifying is useful in reducing the overall risk of our portfolio. By spreading our capital over more investments that do not correlate 100% with each other, we increase the chance that our capital will be affected by a downturn in the particular company or industry. It helps us reduce… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-05-01By Some Ideas
  • 13 New Cafes In Singapore May 2016 – Hello Kitty, Pokemon Cafes, More Pancakes & Hotcakes
    May is the month for kawaii cartoon cafes. Pompompurin Cafe has just arrived at Orchard Central, while Hello Kitty cafe is set to open at Changi Airport and a pop-up Pokemon Cafe will appear at Bugis Junction. Some other new foreign cafes with a first Singapore outlet MAY cause a queue. No, not talking about BAKE Cheese Tart, but Honululu Café at Centrepoint and Kyushu Pancakes at Novena. Shall wait and see. 13 New Cafes In Singapore May 2016 – Hello Kitty, Pokemon Cafes, More Pancakes & Hotcakes … ... read more
    Source: on 2016-05-01By admin
  • Burger Joint – Famous New York Burger Restaurant Opens In Singapore
    New York’s cloak-and-dagger burger restaurant – Burger Joint – makes its debut in Singapore this week, with its first outlet at Amoy Street. The outlet will have a similar inconspicuous entry point, with a back entrance on Gemmill Lane instead of a flashy store front. This follows their signature style, with their first outlet in New York City – at Le Parker Meridien – mysteriously located behind a curtain of the hotel lobby. Opening on 03 May 2016, the Singapore outlet will be their sixth outlet worldwide. Proudly deemed as a burger… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-05-01By Editorial
  • Work Trip and The Stay with Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur
    May 01, 2016 Claudia Lim - Malaysia, featured, lifestyle 0 The first work trip since I joined Alvinology Media was a trip to Kuala Lumpur to host two events for a client. It was a short trip and being my first official work trip, I didn’t know that it’s really just lots of work and little fun. Ha! And because the boss knows its going to be lots of work and need me to be connected around the clock, he recommended me to get a Wifi router from… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-05-01By Claudia Lim
    Pool Grill at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel has recently launched “All About White Asparagus” menu for this spring season. So, what is the difference between the white asaparagus and the green asparagus? White asparagus comes from the process of etiolation, which is the deprivation of light. The plant cannot produce chlorophyll without light and thus there is no green colour to the stalks. With this mellow flavour asparagus, Matthew Van De Zwan, Executive Chef of Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel has created the tantalizing ala- carte to tantalise the palates of diners. STARTERSButtered White Asparagus with poached egg… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-04-30By hazelleo
  • An All-New Theatrical Sunday Champagne Brunch Affair at Award-Winning Edge
    The all-new theatrical Sunday Champagne Brunch experience awaits at award-winning Edge with an extensive menu of unique International delicacies perfected with unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne and live music. Be enthralled by seven interactive live food theatres, boasting up to an astounding 16 stations offering refreshed and signature premium delights, and three exciting cocktail bars. The theatrical brunch features a decadent new Caviar Bar to complement the spread of Ocean Gems on Ice including Alaskan King Crab and freshly shucked Oysters, and a new live Peking Duck station to complete this exquisite culinary journey. Lauded as one of Singapore’s longest… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-04-30By Darren Ang
  • Reconnect with Nature at Yilan, Taiwan
    May 01, 2016 Asia 361 - all travel, - Taiwan, featured, foodie 0 This post is written by Emily Koh from our sister site, Asia 361 Did you know that Yi Lan is most famous for its water in Taiwan? This county has a steady supply of fresh, clear water, which explains the presence of its remarkable hot springs, lakes, rivers and water parks. Apart from that, it houses special attractions that will allow you to reconnect with nature again. 1. Clear Lake National Forest Recreation Area (宜兰明池森林游乐区林) Rich in… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-04-30By Asia 361
  • Dutch Baby Cafe – Colourful Kawaii Japanese Pancakes At The Paragon
    ”Baby, Baby, Baby, oh…” Not opened by Justin Bieber even though the name of the café reminded us of his song “Baby”. A Dutch baby pancake, sometimes called a German pancake, is a sweet popover that is typically served for breakfast. Neither Dutch nor German though. Located at the basement of The Paragon (diagonally across Starbucks Coffee), Dutch Baby Café is opened by the people behind Japan Food Holdings. Think Ajisen Ramen, Menya Musashi, Ginza Kushi Katsu and Fruit Paradise which is served as one of the desserts here. So… we didn’t… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-04-30By admin
    Mo’mor the latest F&B restaurant located at Tanglin Post Office is a contemporary izakaya concept with Japanese and European gourmets. The restaurant is managed by Chef Martin Woo who is an award wining chef and has worked with renowned hotels such as Hilton Singapore and The Ritz Hotel Taipei. Mo’Mor Izakaya has indoor and large outdoor seating area. The alfresco settings space is large enough to holds events or gathering too. As for the air-conditioned indoor settings, dining area is quite limited. So, if you prefer indoor seatings, do make your reservations to avoid any disappointment.Bar drinks are available as… ... read more
    Source: on 2016-04-30By hazelleo
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