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  • Haute Couture week: highlights from Sunday's shows
    Haute Couture week: highlights from Sunday's shows

    Haute Couture has become a byword for unequaled artistry within the fashion industry, and the first day of the Paris Autumn/Winter 2015/16 shows on Sunday didn't disappoint. According to the house, …

  • Eel-flavored soda to launch in Japan AFP Relax
    Eel-flavored soda to launch in Japan

    For all those times we’ve said to ourselves, "gosh, I could really go for a tall, cold glass of eel juice," a Japanese drinks manufacturer has gone and brewed a batch. Produced by Kimura Inryou, a …

  • Twitter accounts to follow during the haute couture shows AFP Relax
    Twitter accounts to follow during the haute couture shows

    As Paris fashion week gets under way, here is a selection of Twitter accounts to follow if you are looking to get more behind the scenes information and further discover the fall/winter 2015-2016 …

  • Pranks Chefs pull on other Chefs Bon Vivant
    Pranks Chefs pull on other Chefs

    By Peter Schimke - Clubvivre.com Everyone who has some kitchen experience will know that no one really gets away without having their legs pulled. No matter if you start out as a dishwasher or line …

 
  • Singaporean blogger sentenced to jail time already served
    Singaporean blogger sentenced to jail time already served

    A Singapore teenager who posted a video online deemed offensive to Christians and an obscene image of late leader Lee Kuan Yew will be released after the court sentenced him on Monday to jail time already served. A court sentenced Amos Yee, 16, to four weeks of imprisonment from June 2, which means he could be released immediately after spending 50 days in remand. Yee's lawyer said the teenager would appeal against both the conviction and sentence.

  • Elections May Be Coming Back, But Yam Ah Mee Is Not
    Elections May Be Coming Back, But Yam Ah Mee Is Not

    This article originally appeared on Vulcan Post. We all smell it in the air: the General Elections season is probably almost upon us. But while we may be looking forward to exciting rallies, heated debates, and new faces in Singapore’s political scene to love/hate, there is one face that we probably won’t be seeing this time The post Elections May Be Coming Back, But Yam Ah Mee Is Not appeared first on Vulcan Post.

  • Pranks Chefs pull on other Chefs
    Pranks Chefs pull on other Chefs

    By Peter Schimke - Clubvivre.com Everyone who has some kitchen experience will know that no one really gets away without having their legs pulled. No matter if you start out as a dishwasher or line chef, if you are new in the kitchen it is almost inevitable that you will be cutting a plastic chicken, get flowered or make a fool of yourself in one or another way. The Ultimate Prank While most pranks are just harmless jokes, some pranks can become very elaborate. Singapore’s chefs are no different. One Clubvivre chef shared his story of the ultimate prank. For the joke’s sake he has chosen to remain anonymous – meaning the prank has never been resolved. The pranked then-trainee has now become an executive chef himself and with some luck is still not in the know. The story goes as follow: after his introduction to the kitchen on his very first day, the trainee was asked to collect air samples. The team of chefs explained that the ministry of health demands air samples from kitchens in order to detect whether the chefs smoke in the kitchen. As smokers among chefs are not that uncommon, air samples could be reasonable measure, so they thought. Hooked ... Bon Vivant - Asia's ultimate Food & Lifestyle Magazine, presented by Clubvivre