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Give Your Furry Friends A 5-Star Service At Pets Grooming Hotel

We all have heard of heroic stories of the undying loyalty a four-legged friend can have towards its' master. Sometimes we should take time...

Crafty Minds Unleashes The Artistic Flair In Children Using Technology

Child development is a process that every child goes through and each child's growth will vary depending on where their innate talent and skills...

YouTube Sensation ‘The Try Guys’ Are Coming To Singapore Next Month!

Back in 2014, four adventurous guys decided to join forces and become a hit sensation on Buzzfeed. Just last year they decided to start...

Bowls of Nourishment at Tan Ser Seng Herbs Restaurant

Everyone long for a comforting bowl of congee or soup during the rainy days or feeling under the weather. Since ancient times, we know...

You Have Your Love Story – Now Sit Back And Watch Magic Happen

Two souls being able to find their other half among a population of 7 billion sounds is an amazing journey by itself through its...

It Ain’t Child’s Play With This Hopscotch Bar

Speakeasy bars have become the trendiest places to hang out in Asia over the past few years. A speakeasy is an illicit establishment that...

The Vocal Studio Unleashes Your Voice Within

Have you ever wondered how someone can generate so much power and vibrato from that body? Or perhaps how a person can...

Exploring The Therapeutic World of Calligraphy With Enrica Zerline

Calligraphy is a visual art and writing technique achieved by using pens or brushes to create artistic lettering using thick or thin lines depending...

Be Carefree and Hair-free with Fluff Waxing

Most of us appreciate the satisfaction of touching baby smooth skin or hairless skin. Furthermore, lets not forget the confidence boost when we step...

The Steps – Building Careers of Young Malaysians, One Step at A Time

It is evident that Malaysia's brain drain pressing issue has not improved, and public sentiment display signs that the problem could have augmented. While...

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