Jul 13, 2015

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What to Expect at the National Day Parade  


Singaporeans are excited for the celebration of the nation’s 50th independence. People are specifically hopeful to participate for this year’s National Day Parade. The tickets to the golden jubilee are already available.


The tickets are only limited so people better get their tickets if they want to experience the golden jubilee first-hand. For those who want to enjoy the parade at the comforts of their homes, they have to expect a great show. Here are some things that we can expect for this year’s National Day Parade:

  • Tribute: National Day Parades will not be the same without LKY but this year, we will still enjoy his presence through the prepared tribute. LKY surely wants us to move on and be joyful that we reached this far.
  • Aerial Show: The Black Knight’s special show will be a marvel to watch. The special line-up prepared by Black Knight will represent the five ideals of LKY in founding Singapore – equality, justice, progress, peace and democracy.


  • Theme Song: There will be another song aside from “Home”. This year, Dick Lee is back with his song “Our Singapore”. We will hear it soon and we still have time to memorize the lyrics and sing along.
  • Fun Pack: Every household here shall get a Fun Pack. Fun Pack includes commemorative items, snacks, interactive items, nostalgic items and publications. This year will be different. We do not need to rush and ambush the volunteers just to get some.

The National Day Parade will be held at Padang and The Float at Marina.


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Jul 8, 2015

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Viber Localized Singapore Expressions  


We are social beings. If we are not together, we find ways to communicate and communicating now seems to be more fun than ever. We can now use different private messaging platforms to communicate. As long as there is internet, talks will not end.


If in this case we are using Viber, we will be delighted to know that Viber now localized and released expressions. Viber released sticker packs called Singapore Shiok and Fun in Singapore. The new sticker packs feature local expressions.

The collection gives us everything that we need in order to express our feelings and thought freely. The collection features Singlish expressions that include popular activities here and popular locations. With these stickers, we can have full, meaningful and lively conversations.


Many locals commend Viber’s localization. Viber is significantly putting their time and effort in localizing their stickers to offer users genuine local experience. Viber is also thinking of releasing special SG 50 stickers in commemoration for the nation’s 50th anniversary. The two new sticker packs are free and downloadable at Viber’s Sticker Market. We can give this a try. This will surely bring out the best experience.

Apart from our place, Viber also released other stickers that represent local celebrations like the Rio Carnival in Brazil or Water Festival in Myanmar. Last year, Viber’s World Cup stickers became popular. This kind of effort is much appreciated by locals. Viber should continue this and they will surely prosper.

We can say that Viber’s localizing is successful regardless of the locality or the market. Chatting has never been this fun!


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Oct 18, 2014

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Singapore Myths

Many people were amazed about the facts that they know about Singapore. In fact, when tourists go and check the internet, there are always questions about Singaporean culture, how to deal with it and can tourists easily adjust to the place?


Since internet helps many individuals know about everything, it is really a good idea to search the internet about what’s all about a specific country especially here in Singapore. There are a lot of people who believe about what are written in a website. However, it cannot be avoided since it is only the easiest way to scout if the place is beautiful or not. Below are some myths that are believed by many tourists and are frequently scaring them:


  • The Chewing Gum Law – Most foreign visitors who have plans or have landed in the country believes that when you have violated this law, you are already a criminal. In truth, you are not. As a matter of fact, you are only given a fine plus a community service depending on the offense. It would only become a crime if you use chewing gum as your tool in commiting crimes.
  • Other Minor Offenses – Here in Singapore, it is a mistake if you disobey the laws that are imposed most especially the minor offenses that they say. Most of these offenses are not that strictly implemented contrary to what is said in various website. Like for instance, not flushing of toilet bowls in public toilet. This is now unguarded by authorities since there is an automated system that is placed in those toilet and are automatically flushing after a person pee or poop.


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Oct 9, 2014

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What Pat has to Say

If you are into branding here in Singapore, you surely know (or heard) Pat Law. Pat Law is the institution of branding here in Singapore. If you really know her struggles, she will become your idol. She started her agency way back in 2010. She did most of the paper and legwork at the beginning. Everything paid off for today, she has employees that will help her achieve more goals.


She also expanded. She has an office in Bangkok and she is planning to set up another one in Hong Kong in the coming days. Her clientele includes Ben & Jerry’s, Sephora, Nike and United Overseas Bank here in Singapore.

She is considered one of the coolest female here. She shared some insights for those who dare to dream:


  • If you need help, ask for it. Learning to ask for help is not a sign of weakness. In fact, it is a sign of humility. When you need help, it won’t hurt you to ask for it. If you need someone to balance your accounts, hire an accountant on temporary basis.
  • Do not act like a newbie. If you act like a newbie, you are only giving yourself an excuse to make mistakes. If you act like the boss, your steps will be carefully measured because you carry the weight of responsibility.
  • Learn to say no. If you are greedy, you will take every opportunity that comes your way. That is not good. If you know that you cannot deliver the results your client wants, you should know better by saying no.

These are just some of her words. She is indeed an inspiration for those who dare to dream.


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Aug 16, 2014

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How Singaporeans React About the Chewing Gum Law?

In the past, it is not evident in Singapore that it will prosper because of the colonization of the British Empire. Many people believed that it will be forever lived by theit colonizers. However, years have passed and Singapore achieved its independence from British people. Since then, there are a lot of change s made with the new government.


This includes the implementation of different laws, construction of tall and modern establishments and many morem . on the other hand, many people were shocked since chewing gum law was implemented.

What is Chewing Gum?

Chewing gum is considered a snack in many countries all over the planet. It is made of chicle that is mixed with different flavorings. Chicle is a kind of rubber that comes from sapodilla tree (a tree that can be found in Central America).


Chewing Gum Law History

Because most people in Singapore are misbehaving, the government forced to strictly implement the said law. Since 2004, Singapore banned the selling, buying and eating of chewing gums. However, chewing gums that ate prescribed by medical experts are allowed.

Today, almost all Singaporeans including foreign visitors are mindful about the law. and they also accepted the fact that it is for the good of every people living in the country. On the other hand, there are still a lot of criticisms about the law because it is very strict. But what can they do when it’s for the better of the nation.

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Jun 9, 2014

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Live Life Easily in Singapore

Many people complain about the strict implementation of laws in Singapore. But what is the reason why a lot of people love to stay in the beautiful island of Singapore? Basically, there are a lot of reasons why many people stay in the country. Aside that Singapore is a safe country; it also shows off its cleanliness.


Other reasons include:

  • Good Organization: Since Singapore is very strict in implementing laws, people easily follows the rules given. This is the good thing about the country. Once the laws are implemented it must not be violated.
  • Lively Singapore: You don’t have to wake up early just to buy some foods in the market because there are open until midnight.
  • Bars and Clubs: Singapore is a lively city. Unlike other Asian countries, Singapore bars and clubs are open anytime.


  • Strict Laws regarding cleanliness: Even a small piece of cloth can put you to prison once you haven’t disposed it properly. In fact, many tourists have experienced being jailed because of ignorance. However, there is not exemption to the law or even if you don’t know that law.
  • Parking Fee is Cheap: In many Asian countries, parking fees are very expensive. In Singapore, it’s not.
  • Changi Airport – This is one of the best airports in the world. Changi Airport boasts its state-of-the-art facilities and precious services.

Things to do in Singapore are simple. That is why living in Singapore is not a burden but it’s a blessing. Do not allow yourself to be stroked by laziness. Just enjoy what the country gives you.


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