The 10 Top Job Portals to kick off your Career in Singapore

Chinese new year is over and here comes the job hunting season, and there is not any reason why we should not go browsing on the job portals in Singapore to see if there is a job opening for you, well-qualified, a diligent candle burner at both ends, with some experience in his career field.
This is for everyone who wants to move to Singapore, intending to sample the exuberant nightlife, shopping centres, exotic culture and roadside fare of Singapore.

The Cost of Living for a Bachelor in Singapore (and how to save some Dollars)

Are you a footloose and a fancy free swinging bachelor in Singapore? Well, that is all very fine, but there are times when you look askance at your wallet and wonder who swallowed up the loot in there. Hey, a pint of beer cost you 15 Singaporean dollars, and driving your own car in Singapore is rather exorbitant. So, here are some points, which you would want to follow, if you want to live comfortably in Singapore and still be able to save some money at the end of the day.

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Singapore Coin Museum Opens Today

The Singapore Coins and Notes Museum houses rare objects and coins from pre—independence Singapore, when barter trade was practised, to the more familiar maritime, birds and orchid notes series.

Singapore Men – No Money No Honey

Singapore Money

Matchmaking agencies in the Southeast Asian country said the financial meltdown has forced some men to think twice about spending thousands of dollars to get a wife.

Singapore’s Top 10 Worst Consumer Behaviors (Part2)

Working as a cashier in a huge supermarket for the past two months has opened my eyes to the various silly antics of Singapore customers. Most of the behavior mentioned here may seem shameless and risible but they explicitly mirror the greedy, arrogant and thoughtless characteristics that some local customers possess.

Singapore’s Top 10 Worst Consumer Behaviors (Part1)

Working as a cashier in a huge supermarket for the past two months has opened my eyes to the various silly antics of Singapore customers. Most of the behavior mentioned here may seem shameless and risible but they explicitly mirror the greedy, arrogant and thoughtless characteristics that some local customers possess.

“I Hate Chinese New Year!”

Why Chinese New Year Isn’t As Welcomed As You Might Think Of course there is all this beautiful red decoration everywhere, long cues of people changing their money to the rare “Chinese New Year Edition”, just to spread it sourly smiling between the greedy family members the next day. And there is of course the… Read more »

Chinese New Year, Through The Eyes Of An Expat (Part2)

Luck, Oranges and a fist fight. How does that fit together? In my second part of trying to explain the Chinese New Year from an expats point of view, the customs and traditions will be explained in more detail. Enjoy the below and continue reading if you want to find out how to make some… Read more »