#RecycleMoreWasteLess

#RecycleMoreWasteLess is DBS’ movement to encourage Singaporeans to cut down on usage of single-use plastic. So that means trying not to use plastics that are single usage like those packet drinks, straws, your tapao packets at times too.

You can check their website more to know their 50 Days of Sporks where they have ambassadors going around the various hawker centres to let people know more about this initiative.

Yesss.

For every pledge received that is posted public to Facebook or Instagram, we will reward the pledger with a free, reusable Spork from DBS (see attached) and also a chance to win a 3D2N eco-friendly resort stay at Siloso Beach Resort every month from Aug to Oct.

Just take a pic of how you pledge to recycle more. Like bringing your own tupperware to put food in or your own cup.

Did you know most fancy type coffee places let you use your own cup instead of using theirs? Sometimes I bring my own cup to the coffeeshop aunty and they’re cool with it too.

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9.9 Lazada Surprise Box! It’s back for 9 September

The main Lazada sale starts on 9.9!

However there will be 99 surprise boxes costing at $29 or $49 (worth $100) and will only be sold between 6 – 9 September.

I have a preview of what the Lazada Surprise box curated by Leapfrog has. This box costs $29 and the items confirmed have gone past the $29 mark.

This time the box isn’t too large for all the items. Just nice to have all the items in packed snugly.

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The World’s Loneliest Bookstore

The World’s Loneliest Bookstore by BooksActually in collaboration with D/SINI is held until 19 August 2018.

So you guys reading this still have time to visit it this coming weekend!

The plot of this is:

A freak solar flare on a magnitude nobody has experienced before has wrecked the Earth’s natural environment, causing volcanic eruptions and devastating oceanic activity. Infrastructure all around the world collapsed as a result and many lost their lives to the freak disaster. The world’s population was somehow reduced to its bare minimum following the end of the devastation. Only 4,169 people remain around the globe, just enough to repopulate Earth.

Following the disaster, only one woman remains in Singapore. With the 20 books she has scavenged, she has decided to set up what probably is the last remaining bookstore on earth. The rest of the bookstore is outfitted with other scavenged bits: a few paintings, an old television, a spare radio that is constantly trying to reach somebody else out there, and other bits and bobs. Everyday she waits for someone, anyone, to reach her bookstore while she finds solace in what she has. Thus begins The World’s Loneliest Bookstore.

So head on to block 7 of Gillman Barracks, 7 Lock Road, Singapore 108935. It opens from 11am to 7pm daily until the 19th of August.

I went there on national day because that was finally an open day for me to check it out.

The most “Huh, I didn’t think that would happen but I guess it’s likely” is a karaoke booth. I don’t know if it is meant to be there but it should be? But it really gives that whole if it’s a post apocalyptic world, I guess a karaoke booth would be entertainment to just sing in.

You can look around an experience yourself and even take a key from a tray.

So far that I know this is a real block and it faces towards east coast beach. If at the end of the world and you could choose pretty much any house in Singapore since there’s no one else, I would try to choose this one.

There are other addresses which are technically near my current home too.

And cats.

There’s so many cats around.

Which makes sense since we have so many community cats about.

Come sit with them.

Also did I buy anything from the world’s loneliest bookstore?

I got Rachel Heng’s Suicide Club.

Head on to Gillman Barracks before it all ends for this pretty surreal and chill experience. Also since you’re there, you probably can take influenza styled photos at the pink pineapple nearby.

Ps. Of course I tried the karaoke booth.

Pps. I went to BooksActually at Tiong Bahru to get that brick since it was an open day for me so I explored. This is part of their shophouse fund. You can get one too.

Happy National Daaay!

9 August is Singapore’s National Day.

Every year I try to do a video for National Day and I get too busy somehow. This year I cameo-ed in one of the funnest shoots I’ve been in (so far).

The dancers and people involved are all fans and volunteers and I was just AMAZED because under Hirzi’s direction everyone did as told and just… did it.

It was a lot of coordination and I’m seriously impressed with the dancers.

One day, one day I can dance a fraction like that maybe.

Oh yeah, that is indeed my money gun. Best nonsense investment for many of my videos.

The whole shoot took one day and if you really want to be in his videos, do check his instagram out.

I’m still hoping for a comeback of Munah and Hirzi eventually but this is really up to their own schedules anyway.

ALSO. As usual, there will be the commentary on the National Day Parade, online. I shall hope to see what is up for this year’s show since the creative director is Boo Junfeng.

Journaling Festival 2018 at Millenia Walk!

The Journaling Festival by Cityluxe at Millenia Walk ends on 5 August. You can check out the various activities like MT Tape aka washi tape badge making, rubber stamp “trading” and workshops on bullet journaling at their programme on their website.

It’s a “small” festival but packed with very evil items to those who like writing, journaling, sketchbooking etc because OH MY GOODNESS.

The stationery and the tapes and ink and whatnot.

The table at the bottom right is where the presentation or trading of rubber stamping and other workshops are happening there’s also some MT Tape stuff happening on the top left corner too.

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It’s Durian Season!

HELLO

It’s #durian season!! Yooo.

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Busy busy. You can see what I’m busy with every Wednesday 9.30pm on Suria with Tekan Minyak! Maybe you’ll even see a cameo of me.

I’ll write more on this BUT TUNE IN or check it out on Toggle for Free here: https://tv.toggle.sg/en/suria/shows/tekan-minyak-tif/episodes

Click the tiny ‘gear symbol’ to have English or Malay subtitles to watch!

Geylang Hari Raya Bazaar 2018!

It is said that it is least crowded on Sundays for the bazaars so I headed down to Geylang to check it out if it’s true. Since people need to work the next day, I guess?

So far, yeah! The crowd isn’t too scary but of course the food areas are jam packed but not too scary.

This year Wisma Geylang Serai opened and there are performances happening on stage on weekends during this Ramadan. You can check out their facebook here.

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DBS Marina Regatta 2018 !

The day I went had ridiculous weather, sunny and then rain and back to sun again. Anyway the DBS Marina Regatta is back! And it’s held at the Promontory from around 8am to 11pm, since you’re reading this the last weekend to catch it is this 2 and 3 June!

Don’t carry too many things because there is a bag check at the entrance for the safety of all. After that, you’re through!

It starts really early because you can join the workouts by the bay in the Play Dome, it’s near the left side of the stage if you are facing it.

BUT YEAH FREE WORKOUTS!

All you have to do is bring your own mat and wear your exercise stuff, more info on the various workout schedules is on the DBS Marina Regatta website.

Meanwhile, do pick up the bay passport when you’re there.

You have to complete various actions around the area and you might win a Porsche Design HUAWEI Mate 10, Scoot flight tickets to Berlin, Maldive and Kuching or any other prizes!

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