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  • No dry foods, cat expert tells Singapore owners
    No dry foods, cat expert tells Singapore owners

    America’s celebrity cat expert and host of US television series “My Cat From Hell”, Jackson Galaxy, has this advice for Singapore cat owners: do not train your felines to use toilet bowls, and do not …

  • Kerry in Qatar to assure Gulf allies over Iran deal
    Kerry in Qatar to assure Gulf allies over Iran deal

    US Secretary of State John Kerry met Gulf Arab counterparts for talks in Qatar Monday as he attempts to ease the concerns of key allies over the Iran nuclear deal. On the latest leg of a regional …

  • Apple pushed down to 3rd in China smartphones for Q2
    Apple pushed down to 3rd in China smartphones for Q2

    Two Chinese smartphone makers pushed US technology giant Apple into third place in the world's biggest market in the second quarter, an independent analyst firm said Monday. Upstart Xiaomi, known …

 
  • Dazzling Cafe – From Taiwan To Singapore
    Dazzling Cafe – From Taiwan To Singapore

    Popspoken was lucky enough to snag a seat at the bustling Dazzling Cafe located in the recently-renovated Capitol Piazza. Hailing from Taiwan and influenced by a French aesthetic, Dazzling Cafe greeted me with pleasant pastel blues and white as I made my way to the table. Now I’ve learned to stay away from Tomyam-flavoured pastas in Singapore after countless times of being disappointed, but at Dazzling Cafe, I decided to give it a chance and was pleasantly surprised.

  • New Zealand PM to mark Singapore's independence jubilee

    Wellington, Aug 3 (IANS) New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is to represent the country at celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of Singapore's independence on August 9. Key said on Monday that he would take part in events marking the 50th anniversary of New Zealand's diplomatic relations with Singapore and the close ties between the two countries. "New Zealand is honoured to be one of the countries invited to celebrate this historic occasion in Singapore," Key said.

  • How the Mediterranean Way of Life Matters
    How the Mediterranean Way of Life Matters

    Clubvivre.com There is perhaps no need to seek for financial advice in the Mediterranean, except for what not to do. But it isn’t all that bad on the sunny side of Europe. Singapore has developed rapidly in the last two decades and has one of the highest gross national income (GNI) per capita in the world – currently way more than double as for example Spain’s GNI. But there is still much Singapore can learn. Mediterranean Time The little red dot is undoubtedly in love with food – in that sense we can easily compare to the Mediterranean. But aren’t we always eating in a rush? One of the major benefits of the Mediterranean way of life is their concept of time. The Spanish for example are known to have one of the longest lunch breaks in the world. Three hours can easily pass, as family, friends and co-workers lunch together in tranquillity. Although three hours might be quite a stretch for the Singaporean office worker, eating calmly and not rushed is actually way healthier for our bodies. You may also like: Singapore’s Dining-In Trend and 5 Birthday Surprise Ideas Bon Vivant was launched by Clubvivre Feasting on Culture Singapore has invested ... Bon Vivant - Asia's ultimate Food & Lifestyle Magazine, presented by Clubvivre