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Jennifer Lopez becomes the new face of Intimissimi

Pop star Jennifer Lopez has become a global ambassador for Intimissimi.


25 great reasons to take a break from social media

Are you in need of a social media detox? While there’s no doubt that sites such as Facebook and Instagram can be entertaining, they could also be harming us in ways we don’t even know about. From causing us to lose sleep to making us thoroughly depressed, here are 25 science-backed reasons to take a break from social media right now.


King Charles May Relegate This Disgraced Royal Family Member to a "Lord High Dogwalker," Expert Claims

According to a few new reports, disgrace Royal, Prince Andrew, may be relegated by Prince Charles to dog walking duty.


F1 Weekend concerts: Artist lineup and where to watch them

More than just a Formula One race, the Singapore GP is also the sport’s biggest party of the year. After being postponed due to the pandemic, the stage is now set for Singapore’s biggest party in three years. The Formula 1 night race gets back on track this 30th September to 2nd October and for fans, it means a weekend of high-octane action and entertainment. That includes some epic concerts that’s set to take place during F1 weekend in...


The first ‘Moon’ resort will unveil in Dubai soon

Expect to experience the unprecedented, as the most unique themed resort is set to open in Dubai within two years from now. Dubai is home to all things luxury, and now the city is expected to get its own ‘moon’ soon – an ultra-luxurious hotel themed around the celestial body, which costs USD 5 billion. Here is all that we know about this massive project. Dubai will probably be home to its own moon – a massive moon-shaped destination resort that...


Life under Russian occupation: the first stories from liberated Ukrainians


Pre-sale tickets for Avatar-themed event at Gardens by the Bay's Cloud Forest now available

You can catch the movie in cinemas now too.


Dangerous creatures found in water

Next time you take a dip in the sea or a paddle in a river, think about what's lurking under the water's surface. Some of the deadliest wildlife on the planet make the oceans and wetlands their home. And beware: these creatures range from the downright vicious to the seriously venomous. Click through this gallery and submerge yourself in this list of aquatic killers.


How Irish dancing provides a great workout for body and brain and can strengthen family bonds

A fast-paced cardio exercise, Irish dancing can improve flexibility, physical strength and stamina; one study says it improves older performers' quality of lifeHolly, aged 10, whose mum teaches it in Hong Kong, says 'I've enjoyed it my whole life', and champion dancer Pippa - also 10 - says 'I was born to dance' It is 5.30pm on a Friday, a time whe...


Muslim-owned yakiniku stall at Tai Seng & Sembawang coffee shops offers meats from S$6

Oishii.


With the return of Nayeon from Twice’s stalker, it’s time for K-pop companies to take more action against obsessive fans

Last week, a German fan and long-term stalker of Nayeon reportedly posted on social media that he would be heading to South Korea to try and meet the starAs long as K-pop labels continue to let such behaviour slide and promote one-sided relationships between stars and fans for financial gain, they are to blame One of K-pop's most popular female sta...


Dangerous toys that could have killed you

Some pretty questionable decisions have been made over the years when it comes to the development of children's toys. Surely everyone has the children's best interests (and the bottom line) at heart, but some products clearly just weren't thought through. Whether it be literal spears that you throw through the air or a science kit complete with uranium, some of history's hit toys have turned out to be killer items. Thankfully, most of these have been recalled, and we can now look back on our past mistakes to ensure they aren't repeated. Intrigued? Read on to learn about some of the most dangerous toys to ever hit the shelves.


Re-Route, and the Things We Saw En Route Little India’s Hidden Spaces

An intimate peek into Little India's rules, rhythms and radiance— seemingly unaffected by the rapid changes going on outside its boundaries. The post Re-Route, and the Things We Saw En Route Little India’s Hidden Spaces appeared first on RICE.


Disney+ K-drama One Dollar Lawyer: Namgoong Min returns as flashy lawyer in fun but familiar legal comedy-drama

Namgoong Min plays Cheon Ji-hoon, a lawyer who only charges his desperate clients a dollar for his services His co-star from The Veil, Kim Ji-eun, plays a trainee prosecutor who first opposes Cheon then ends up working with him After playing a wronged agent on the warpath in the 2021 thriller The Veil, Namgoong Min is back on screen as the titular ...


Hong Huifang nets Best Actress nomination at Golden Horse Awards for role in Korea-S'pore film 'Ajoomma'

Yayyy.


30 genius dollar-store hacks

Improving the look, feel, and functionality of your space needn’t break the bank. Same goes for tackling fun hobbies like gardening, crafting, or travelling. The solution is to do most of your shopping at a local dollar store. (You really can hack its items into almost anything.) Here are 30 pretty awesome and practical suggestions to try.


World’s below 50 Best Bars: Singapore tops with 8 bars, welcomes 2

Three prestigious bars spiraled down while two rose up.


11 Best Italian Restaurants in Singapore To Try With Your Kids

Allow your kids to love different food by trying out Italian cuisine with the whole family.


Internet etiquette: 20 rules you should follow

In the early 1990s, as the internet was first coming into widespread use in North America, then-U.S. vice-president Al Gore referred to it as the beginning of an “information superhighway” that would allow homes, schools and businesses to send and receive massive amounts of data. Affordable smartphones and reliable Wi-Fi have broadened internet use around the world, and made it possible to be connected almost constantly—while raising new questions about privacy protection and how to control hate speech and misinformation. To make your ride on the information highway easier, here are a few rules of the road.


Busan International Film Festival: the history, the scandals and the winners at Korea’s ‘Cannes of Asia’

As Korea's major international film festival returns with a full programme, we look back at the highs and lows of the 'Cannes of Asia'From the Sewol ferry disaster documentary that led to boycotts, funding cuts and a resignation, to hit films premiered at Busan, here's all you need to know The Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) will be back f...


9 Common Signs Your Husband Isn’t Pulling His Weight When Parenting

Is there anything worse than hearing your husband say "I'll do it later"?


UK test of 4 day work week: increased productivity and happier employees


Min jiang kueh hawker, 74, closes coffee shop stall, sells pancakes for S$1-S$1.50 from Buangkok flat

Call to order in advance.


Trends always come back, says Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton has loved the recent resurgence of Y2K fashion.


Who died at Windsor Castle?

We have written before about notable deaths in Buckingham Palace, and now it's time to move west from the capital—to Windsor. The last person to die in the royal residence was Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in 2021, but many more have taken their last breath in Windsor. Browse through the following gallery and get to know who died at Windsor Castle.


King Charles' Subordinates Are Allegedly Afraid This "All-Out War" Drama Could Damage His Reputation

According to reports, Buckingham Palace is scared that the fifth season of 'The Crown' could damage King Charles' reputation.


7 Snacks Keeping You Up at Night and #3 Will Shock You

Various factors affect your difficulty in sleeping; this includes certain foods and beverages.


Why is scaffolding everywhere you look in New York City?


What you should know before getting Botox

Botox injections are a popular cosmetic procedure. Not as invasive as other forms of plastic surgery, and relatively cheap compared to other treatments, Botox has consistently increased in popularity, especially among those looking to ease out facial lines. It should be noted as well that Botox is not just about smoothing wrinkles; it can also be used for a variety of conditions, including excessive sweating and acne. But that doesn't mean that there isn't cause for concern, and you should definitely become informed before deciding if Botox is for you. Click through the following gallery and learn more about Botox.


Tesla Model 3 And Y: Two Of Most Common Luxury Cars For US Auto Loans

The Tesla Model Y and Model 3 have the most loan queries made on LendingTree's platform.


How Your Child’s Brain Develops From Birth Till The Age Of Six

A child's brain development process starts in utero and continues well into adulthood, but it develops at a much faster rate in the early years of life.


9 Signs of Postpartum Depression to Watch Out For And How To Manage The Condition

New mothers, it's important you read up on postpartum depression!


Your MasterChef Favourites: Where Are They Now?

From managing a successful chain of hawker stalls to holding private dining sessions and getting involved in culinary collaborations, these MasterChef contestants are (still) cooking up a storm post-competition.


Stars with questionable personal hygiene

When we see celebrities on the red carpet looking flawless, it's hard to imagine that some of them have poor personal hygiene. But behind the scenes, many of these stars are not as perfect as they might seem. In fact, many of them stink—literally. Click through the gallery and get to know them.


The life and work of Mikhail Gorbachev, father of Perestroika


The Most Insecure Zodiac Sign, According to Astrologers

They'll always second guess themselves, from what they say to how they look. Astrologers say these are the six most insecure zodiac signs.


Times royals went undercover

When we think of royals and what they get up to, several things might come to mind. The role of royal family members is generally to support the monarch in their State and national duties, as well as doing work in the areas of public and charitable service. We don't normally think of royal as getting involved in undercover work, not least because they would probably be recognized and therefore are not the best candidate for the job! On several occasions throughout history, however, members of the royal family have done exactly that. For one reason or another, they donned a disguise and set about their regal (or not so regal) business. Curious? Check out this gallery to learn about some royals who went undercover.


The Real Reason Why Mothers and Daughters Fight All the Time!

We all know that as much as they love each other, mums and daughters almost never seem to agree! Here's why!


Bali’s digital nomad visa – what’s going on? Indonesia raises hopes again this month, but the saga continues

Indonesia's tourism minister made positive noises earlier in September over the introduction of a digital nomad visa before appearing to contradict himselfAt present, digital nomads wishing to stay in Bali will have to continue applying for other classes of visas on false grounds, or invest in Indonesian start-ups In the film Groundhog Day (1993), ...


Ancient Chinese art, porcelain and furniture from late Hong Kong tycoon’s private collection to open for public viewing and auction

A descendant of 'the grand old man of Hong Kong', Joseph Hotung amassed a large Chinese art collection, from Yuan-dynasty pottery to ancient Buddhist statues Many pieces from his home that were only ever privately displayed will go on show and sale in Hong Kong in October, and London in December For those from Hong Kong, the Hotung name is likely t...


The Real Reason Why $3 Million Lottery Winner Regrets Winning the Prize

An Indian man, who was on the verge of bankruptcy before winning the lottery, has been chased out of his own home people asking for money.


10 cars of Queen Elizabeth II


Victoria Beckham seeks a new activewear partner

Singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham is determined to remain in the activewear market.


Germany and Europe prepare for a winter without Russian gas


‘An ancient Venice’ in China: archaeologists uncover earliest city where roadways were made of rivers

The scientists believe people probably left their homes and immediately got on boats during their dayThe city dates back to the Warring States Period (475-221BC) and was 'criss-crossed by rivers' Venice, Italy holds a unique place in our world in part for the simple fact that the major roadways are made of water. Archaeologists may have discovered ...


How to survive a nuclear attack....tips from cold war manuals


5 Reasons Why More Couples Consider Open Relationships

Though most of us value loyal partners, there are those who don't mind adding more people to their life.


20 signs you have hypersensitive skin

Hypersensitive skin, a catch-all term for a multitude of skin conditions, is characterized by an over-reaction to external or internal stressors. Luckily, there are many ways to protect and soothe more delicate skin types. Here are 20 signs that your skin needs a gentle touch.


The best pet for you based on your zodiac sign

Choosing a pet is not a decision to be taken lightly. You'll need to make sure you'll be sharing your home with an animal that suits your lifestyle, available space, and even your personality type. Naturally aloof people might not want to be constantly hounded for canine kisses, just as cuddly types might be affronted by some cat breeds' haughtiness or a lizard's lack of overt affection. With that in mind, looking at which pets gel well with your zodiac sign can be a good start to deciding which loveable creature you'll be inviting into your life. Ready to get petting? Click through this gallery to discover the best pet for you based on your zodiac sign.


Amansara’s archaeologist Seng Kompheak reveals the little-known secrets of Angkor, Cambodia

For archaeology-focused travels, there is nowhere better to begin than at Angkor in Cambodia. It won’t be until you meet Cambodian archaeologist Seng Kompheak that you’d realise how run-of-the-mill tours barely skim the surface of the wonders in the ancient Khmer capital. According to him, there is a growing trend of high-end travellers seeking a deeply educational discovery of such historical marvels. And Amansara guests who book Angkor temple...