• Singapore Chilli Crab – 辣椒螃蟹

    IngredientsCRAB2 Mud crabs5 tbsp Tomato Ketchup3 tbsp Sugar1/2 tsp Salt1 tsp Taucheo (fermented bean paste)5 tbsp Oil1 cup Water2 eggs, beatencorriander (garnishing)spring onions (garnishing)1 pack mantouREMPAH6 shallots8 garlic5 red chillies10 dried chillies (rehydrate)1 stalk lemongrass3 chili padi6

  • Singapore's GIC, partner buy UK student housing portfolio

    (Reuters) - GIC Private Ltd , Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, said it partnered with Global Student Accommodation UK Ltd to buy a UK student accommodation portfolio from Oaktree Capital Management ...

  • Summery New Dishes At Tanjong Beach Club

    The beach escapade welcomes its first menu revamp with unique seafood dishes and tasty tipple By Samantha Francis for Weekender Singapore; Photos: Tanjong Beach Club Languid afternoons call for a glass of sangria or two, soft breeze and sparkling waters. But if being whisked away to the sandy shores

  • Singapore eases online gambling ban

    Singapore will allow limited online betting in tightly controlled conditions, the government said Thursday, as it eases a sweeping law banning remote gambling. The Ministry of Home Affairs has exempted state-linked Singapore Pools and the Singapore Turf Club from legislation that blocks access to gambling

    AFP News
  • E-voting system breaks down at SMRT shareholder meeting

    A glitch in the electronic voting system during an SMRT Corp shareholders’ meeting on Thursday (29 September) left many attendees frustrated. According to a Straits Times report, around 4,000 SMRT Corp shareholders had turned up for the 2.30pm meeting at the Star Theatre to vote on the proposed privatisation

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Singapore Pools and Singapore Turf Club can offer online betting in next two months

    Singapore Pools (Pools) and Singapore Turf Club (STC) are allowed to offer online betting services for their current products, the Ministry of Home Affairs said on Thursday (29 September).

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Singapore court hands 6-week jail term to teen blogger for 'wounding religious feelings'

    A Singapore court on Thursday (29 September) handed a six week prison sentence to a 17-year-old blogger, Amos Yee, for "wounding religious feelings." This is the second jail term for Yee, who was convicted on similar charges in 2015. The case has rekindled a debate about censorship in the

    International Business Times
  • Next PM will be chosen by 4th-generation ministers: Lee Hsien Loong

    Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said his successor will be chosen via consensus by the younger ministers. “They have to decide, because they have to support him, and help to make the system, make the team work,” said Lee, who was speaking during a dialogue session at the Nikkei International

    Nicholas Yong
  • Singapore company set to shake up internet broadband competition

    Telstra is about to get the internet broadband competitor its former boss feared most. Singaporean company MyRepublic promises to deliver cheaper and faster home internet connections.

  • Court dismisses application by Lee Kuan Yew’s estate over ‘sensitive’ oral history transcripts

    The High Court has dismissed an application against the Singapore government made by Lee Kuan Yew’s estate, which claims that it is entitled to use and own copies of the late Lee’s oral history transcripts from the early 1980s. According to a Straits Times report, the court said on Wednesday (28 September

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Singapore rebel teen jailed for anti-religion posts

    A Singaporean teenager who first gained notoriety for attacking late leader Lee Kuan Yew was jailed for six weeks Thursday for insulting Muslims and Christians in a fresh brush with the law. Amos Yee, 17, shocked Singaporeans in March 2015 after posting an expletive-laden video attacking Lee as the

    AFP News
  • Yang Yin jailed 26 months for falsification, cheating and immigration offences

    The former tour guide at the heart of the case involving an elderly widow’s assets was sentenced on Thursday (29 September) to 26 months in jail for falsification, immigration and cheating-related offences.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Singapore court sends teen blogger back to jail for criticising religion

    By Fathin Ungku SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singapore court sentenced 17-year-old blogger Amos Yee to six weeks in jail on Thursday for "wounding religious feelings", his second prison term in a year, reigniting concerns about social controls and censorship in the conservative city-state. Yee

  • Singapore court sends teen blogger back to jail for criticizing religion

    By Fathin Ungku SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singapore court sentenced 17-year-old blogger Amos Yee to six weeks in jail on Thursday for "wounding religious feelings", his second prison term in a year, reigniting concerns about social controls and censorship in the conservative city-state. Yee

  • Singapore restaurant prepares dishes in a big cheese wheel for diners

    While it's common to see dishes being prepared in a big cheese wheel in front of diners in Italy, it's becoming a new gastronomical experience for those in Singapore. At District 10 bar and restaurant at UE Square shopping mall, local cheese lovers can now enjoy their favourite Italian dishes

    Yahoo Asia Food
  • 5 times Singapore faced ecological disasters like the Deepwater Horizon spill

    Deepwater Horizon is a dramatisation of life on the eponymous oil rig and the horrendous oil spill that happened when it exploded. It was so bad that it leaked oil for three months straight, resulting in 4.9 million barrels of wasted oil. But this is the sort of disaster that only happens in America,

    The Popping Post
  • Police investigating sex video of man in SCDF uniform

    A video allegedly showing two men having sex with one wearing the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) uniform was posted on a number of websites on Wednesday (28 September) morning. The video was circulated on various websites and through Whatsapp, and screenshots of the video were also posted in various

    Safhras Khan
  • SMRT bendy bus gets stuck in Toa Payoh field after U-turn attempt

    An SMRT bus has been stuck in a field at Kim Keat Avenue since early Thursday morning (29 Sept). Mr Patrick Nathan, Vice President for Corporate Information and Communications said in a statement to Yahoo Singapore that the driver took a wrong turn while returning the bus.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Process of choosing Singapore Prime Minister should be more transparent: survey

    Nine in 10 people feel that the process of selecting Singapore’s next Prime Minister should be made more transparent, according to a survey conducted by market research consultancy Blackbox. The representative survey of 897 Singaporeans, commissioned by Yahoo Singapore earlier this month, also showed

    Nicholas Yong
  • DPM Tharman on Yahoo survey: I’m not the man for Prime Minister

    Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam ruled himself out as a candidate to become Singapore’s prime minister on Wednesday (28 September), saying that a few of the fourth-generation leaders have the potential to be “first among equals”. Tharman was responding to a question from the media on the

    Yahoo Singapore
  • US, Singapore and Switzerland Are World’s Most Competitive Economies

    The World Economic Forum's new Global Competitiveness Report 2016-2017 looked at 138 nations, and it put the United States, Singapore and Switzerland at the top.

    24/7 Wall St.
  • NanoVibronix Announces Distribution Agreement With Mano Equestrian Services (PTE) LTD in Singapore for Equine PainShield(R)

    NanoVibronix, Inc, ,a medical device company, today announced a distribution agreement with Mano Equestrian Services LTD to market and distribute Equine PainShield® in Singapore. Mano's distribution network ...



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