Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Happy Valentine's Day 2017

Happy Valentine's Day to all!

Oh well, to my single friends out there, you are definitely not forgotten! Don't not feel that you are left out just because you are single.  Do not forget you still have many loving family members and friends surrounding...

Here's a short Chinese message to my friends who are feeling moody this day...

Emo 一下是可以的;

In summary, the world will not stop evolving because of one person, a Valentine's Day without lover is just another day.  It's alright to be emo for a while, however, it's not point carrying on being melancholy.  As holding on a relationship which doesn't seems to meant for you will only add on to your torment.  Might as well, keep the love in your heart and let it be part of the sweet old memories...

Monday, February 6, 2017

Singtel Music "Up-Close with Nathan Hartono" Music Showcase at Millian Singapore

Singtel has put up an exclusive showcase 'Up-Close with Nathan Hartono (向洋) for Singtel customers at the Millian Singapore when Lunar New Year was around the corner. The showcase, presented by Singtel Music, is in support of local music talent and also its latest exclusive Singtel Music event to bring fans closer to their favourite artistes.

Fans are bedazzled by Nathan Hartono's rich vocals and effervescent charm. During the showcase, Nathan performed original songs from his upcoming Extended Play (EP) such as Electricity and Tell Me Something (feat. Daphne Khoo), and other Chinese pop favourites, such as ‘有没有’, ‘天台的月光’ and ‘最长的电影’. Fret not, should you miss out the exclusive showcase, you can still view highlights on Singtel Facebook.

Customers will also get to enjoy Nathan’s upcoming EP and millions of other songs on Singtel Music’s premium Spotify and KKBOX subscriptions, without data charges.
For more information, please visit www.singtel.com/singtelmusic.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Happy Renri 2017

Oh, it's Renri again (7th day of Lunar New Year), Happy Birthday to all!

Here's my creative Rooster yusheng that is inspired by my friends, Peifen & Michelle. For the past few years, we prepared Yusheng on our own, not only because of the cost savings, but also for healthier eating, we have omitted most of the preserved garnishing and minimize usage of the sauces, reducing the sugar content.  We can also adjust the ingredients to our likings as well.  So why dont you try it out to?  Basically a lot of shredding need to be done...