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It’s Wednesday, 5pm, and the week seemed to have stretched impossibly long. We reckon a good way to break the seemingly unending marathon of work commitments would be to indulge in a good ol’ Tuscan dinner. Better yet, if you eat at Palio on 29 May at the RWS Carrot Cause, your money doesn’t even go to the restaurant – EVERYTHING will be donated to the charity of your choosing.
Here’re 3 ways to make the night even more enjoyable.
The Big Break hits the screens on 14 November 2012. Amid the hype, we go back to the basics and take a look at the stories behind the production. Our colleague Janice Ang was in the thick of the selection process. She gives a small peek into the world of reality TV with heart.
Imagine the day when lush greenery and clear blue skies no longer exist. Our planet is increasingly stressed; a part of the cause is undeniably attributed to the amount of food waste we produce every year. The more we waste, the more we are contributing to the production of methane, the culprit for the ever-increasing temperature trap on our warming planet.
The surprising thing is, food waste CAN be recycled – and no, we’re not talking about making birthday cards with leftover cooked macaroni and using soggy spinach as embellishments. We’re talking about converting food waste into non-potable water.
A day out with kids usually requires plenty of planning. Even then, most plans fall through the moment they start screaming for that cute soft toy. For those with children (up to the age of 10), here are some things that might help when planning and making a trip to Resorts World Sentosa.
You’d think that the prime photo-taking spots in Resorts World Sentosa are at the spinning Universal Studios Globe, the Lake of Dreams or even the statuesque twin guitars of Hard Rock Hotel Singapore. But if you take a walk around and keep a lookout, you’ll notice more than these signature landmarks – art pieces like quirky sculptures, exquisite glass installations, bright pop-art pieces and a brooding thinker.