Hypnotherapist Freddy Wee fills us in on the daily on-goings of his job, and answers our questions about animals, smoking and, yes, the pendulum.
Long blonde hair, check. Singer-songwriter, check. Legendary status, check. Funky old lady, check. The album Blue—huh?It was bound to happen sooner or later. In a curious case of mistaken identity, a local newspaper made a little booboo recently when a journalist, who had conducted an interview with legendary jazz and folk singer Rickie Lee Jones, […]
ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19): Hundreds of years ago, the Native American tribe known as the Seneca had a rule of thumb about when to sow corn seed. You had to wait until the weather was warm enough to lie naked in the dirt without discomfort. I believe a similar principle applies to your plans to […]
If you’re craving a bit of Shanghai glam meets supperclub then head to Grand Shanghai. With the restaurant at capacity many nights of the week and a jazz singer in cheongsam crooning out the tunes, the restaurant has a vibrant and lively atmosphere that is both captivating and yet, doesn’t take itself too seriously. This […]
Founded in 1956, Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant touts itself as having invented Singapore’s famous black pepper crab, making its situation next to the Merlion along the Singapore River particularly apt. In the past we’ve found their seafood well above par, but on our latest visit we were disappointed to find that standards had significantly dropped. […]
Living for technology.
Exactly how much has continually advancing technology affected us psychologically—the way we interact or the way we behave? We spoke to Why Yong Peng, an assistant professor from the National University of Singapore’s Department of Psychology, to find out.
Techies went nuts last year, with a whole slew of gadgets to keep them more than occupied—and this year looks to continue that trend.
The Dewaele brothers, or the guys behind 2ManyDJs and Soulwax, arrive (again) to mix things up a little—just for fun.
Cynthia Lee MacQuarrie lets us in on her role as Annabel Chong in the riveting play 251.