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June 14th, 2010

Too Expensive? Here’s how to watch the World Cup in Singapore for Free

Would you believe it? In 2006, it cost you 10.50 S$ to watch the telecast World Cup matches in Singapore while sitting on your own sofa in your comfi home, this time, 2010, you have to shell out S$94.16. For a football loving creature like me, this definitely comes in the exorbitant and not to be borne category.

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June 11th, 2010

Soccer Fan? Here are 5 Places you must check out in Singapore!

If you happen to be in Singapore during this, world cup, the next football season or you are just as crazy about soccer as me and stuck here the whole year, naturally you want to know about the five best places and not to miss places, which you have to visit, and worship as a total devotee of soccer and football. Here you go!

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June 10th, 2010

The 7 Best Sport Bars in Singapore to watch the WorldCup Live!

Being a soccer fan is quite something else. It does not mean that you have to spend thousands of dollars, flying all over the world, to cheer yourself raw as your favourite football star falls flat on his face. And well, my commiserations you did not manage to get a ticket for your favourite World Cup game. All you have to do is look for the best sports bar, in Singapore where you can watch the World Cup live starting this Friday, 12th June of 2010! KICK OFF!

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June 9th, 2010

Complete iPhone 4 Guide for Singapore: Pricing, Availability, More

Are you ready for the next invasion of iPhone 4 phones in Singapore? Soon the small and sleek phones will be all over again, be prepared. Here I answer all the important questions you need to know before the iPhone 4 launches in Singapore!

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June 8th, 2010

5 Most Interesting “Off the Beaten Track” Places in China

You just planned your trip to China, now you need some good stuff to visit and see. That’s what I will give you. Of course, the Great Wall of China is going to be on your list, because after all if the astronauts can see it from the moon, you need to see it face to face. But lets take a look at some not so often visited places. Here you go.

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June 4th, 2010

Riding the Elevator Singapore Style – 5 Things that Piss me off

People in Singapore don’t speak up much. That’s good, sometimes, like when I spill my Kopi over the Hawker table. But much more.. it pisses me off. Like when one person forgets to step on the left side of the escalator, and the next person walking up just stops behind, where a short and polite reminder would get the whole flow going again, and instead clogs the whole thing.

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June 3rd, 2010

Two Classics of Singapore’s Nightlife

Singapore is bustling and crazy with new clubs and bars openiing every day, here are two of the most established places, that have survived and partied hard through the years! Give them a try, its worth it!

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June 2nd, 2010

The complete Guide to the Shanghai World Expo

As the blue mascot Hai bao or the treasure of the sea welcomes you to the Shanghai Expo, remember that this world Expo is one of the places to be, in 2010. Along with 70 million visitors, more than 190 countries and more than 48 international and national organizations are taking place in this Expo with a Better City, Better Life theme.

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May 29th, 2010

Prince of Persia – The Sands of Time

I will never forgot those easy days long ago and far away. When I didn’t have to worry about which suit to wear in the morning, which Meeting to go to first or which Bill to pay last. My hands were small and I could barely hold my GameBoy with 2 hands.

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May 27th, 2010

Visiting the Dragon – How to get from Singapore to China

Want to visit China this summer from Singapore? A large number of Singaporeans enjoyed visiting China, because they may have relatives and friends there. But if you are going to China for the first time, from Singapore, well, you do not have to worry at all, because you as an ordinary passport holder from Singapore do not need a visa to visit China. Same thing goes for Japanese tourists and tourists from Brunei. By the way, this visit is going to be limited only for 15 days for sightseeing, business services, visiting relatives in China, or for transit purposes.

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