Ways to Reduce Waste: Action for Earth – Global Youth Summit

Last month, I was fortunate enough to be invited by Hemispheres Foundation to the inaugural Actions for Earth – Global Youth Summit 2014. Although gone are my days as Young Environment Envoy with the National Environment Agency and Young ChangeMakers with National Youth Council, my attendance at  the closing ceremony had sparkled off my spirit of environment protection and youth activism once again.


Held on 15-18 January 2014, the theme for the Global Youth Summit  was “Take Action for Earth, Waste No”. I’m highly impressed by the turn out with close to 450 participants from more than 65 institutions in 13 countries. Apart from Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia sent the most delegates. And there were even participants from Oman present at the youth camp.

Environmental youth activists aged 12 to 21 years old were given an intensive four-day programme with field trips to Singapore’s leading facilities – NEWater plant, Marina Barrage, Semakau Landfill and Incineration Plant.


The highlight of the Summit was the announcement of the prize winners. Attended by Guest-of-Honour, Member of Parliament, Tampines GRC & Chairman of MCCY Government Parliamentary Committee, Mr Baey Yam Keng.  The top prize in the senior category of City Developments Limited (CDL) – Actions for Earth Award goes to the team “Once Upon A Cow” from Vietnam.

Team leader 18-year-old Dang Minh Hang’s proposal to use empty milk cartons to repair leaking roofs in Vietnam won the heart of the judges for being practical and innovative solution to the problems of overflowing landfills and leaking roofs long endured by the poor living in her country’s rural areas.


Most roofs in rural Vietnam are made from non-durable materials such as zinc, alabaster slabs or attap. Tetra Pak packaging has an aluminum coating, being waterproof, makes it the best solution for patching leaking roofs.

The next Action for Earth – Global Youth Summit is planned to be held in August 2014. Interested youth activists and schools may contact Hemispheres Foundation for more information.

Passionate youths committed to the goal of sustainable development in their institutional and personal capacities, may contact National Environment Agency (NEA) to find out more about the Youth Environment Envoys (YEEs) programme.

The Young ChangeMakers (YCM) grant supports youth-initiated projects that benefit the Singapore community and society. It also helps to empower youth as decision makers to evaluate projects and mentor project applicants. Find out how you can take actions today, here.


Win an OSIM uFootsie and Say Good-bye to Aching Feet!

Help Prince Charming Xu Bin find his Cinderella and win an OSIM uFootie Leg Massager!


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Tired after a hard day’s work and feeling the need to relax and have your feet relieved and massaged? Inspired by the benefits of a warm spa experience, OSIM’s new product uFootsie Leg Massager is the answer to your problem. It provides a soothing warm vibration massage to ease your tired legs and enhance overall well-being.

From now till 13 January 2013, log on to OSIM’s Facebook page and vote for your favorite contestant in Finding Cinderella and stand a chance to win a uFootsie Leg Massager worth S$238!


uFootsie Leg Massager can be enjoy indoor or outdoor


Especially good for smoothing tired calf muscles after a post-gym workout or run

Perhaps playing footsie is not your thing, what about durian? Modelled to look like the spikes of the King of Fruits, the OSIM uDurian Handheld Massager delivers multi-point acupressure massage to soothe tired muscles, relieve aches and strain while improving blood circulation.


Pretending that the durian hit my head!


uDurian Handheld Massager is good for back and shoulders massage


Enjoy uDurian Handheld Massager with a ‘shiok’ face!

Enjoy OSIM’s CNY Exclusive offer: uDurian Handheld Massager (usual price: $128) now at only $98, with free delivery if you purchase from OSIM Webshop. uFootsie Leg Massager (usual price $238) is going at offer price $199 for the festive season.

Special thanks to OSIM for being the official prize sponsor of Marina Bay Countdown 2014! And Tiffany Yong for helping me to take these photos.

It’s $10,000 at stake and a whole load of ramen!

Food eating contests are gaining popularity in Singapore. Previously MediaCorp partnered with several malls in western Singapore when they launched 8 DAYS Eat app and now Ramen Champion presents the ultimate grand prize of $10,000. But do you have what it takes to stomach it?


Last month, I was lucky to be present when Ramen Champion opened their second branch at MegaBox, Kowloon Bay in Hong Kong. The highlight of the day was the Ramen “Face-off” between the pretty and petite competitive food challenger, Tomoko Miyake and the TVB stars.

Leading the entourage of popular Hong Kong TV celebrities and radio personalities was one of my favorite actor, Eric Tsang. And Koji Tashiro, the CEO of Menya Koji Group was also there to take part for the eating challenge.

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Fast forward one month later, and I’m excited that Ramen Champion Pte Ltd is launching the Ramen Big Eater Challenge as part of the Food Challenge Asia Championship which involves Ramen Champion outlets in Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand.

Details of Singapore Contest:

Qualifying Round

Date: 2nd October 2013 (Wednesday)

Time: 3.00pm to 5.00pm

Location: Ramen Champion @ Bugis+ (201 Victoria Street, Bugis+ #04-08/09/10, Singapore 188067)

Final Round

Date: 14th November 2013 (Thursday)

Time: 3.00pm to 5.00pm

Location: Ramen Champion @ Great World City (1 Kim Seng Promenade, Great World City, #01-21/22, Singapore 237994)

Here’s some questions which you probably want to ask Ramen Champion about the Big Eater Challenge:

Will the ramen be piping hot when served?

During the contest, the ramen is prepared on the spot and the chefs will try to control the temperature of the ramen broth so it won’t too hot when it’s served. It won’t be piping hot but it would not be served cold as there’s the need to maintain the quality of ramen. Side bowls will be provided so participants can use them to cool off the ramen.

Is it okay for non local to register for the event?

The organiser accepts non-local as long as they are residing in Singapore and not tourists. For example, foreign students or working professionals are eligible.

Must the soup be finished? Do I also have to finish the sides like egg and seaweed?

With regards to the contest, there is not a must to finish the soup during the contest and the organiser will only be serving noodles and broth for the ramen.

How big is the bowl of ramen and what style will be served?

The organiser are using the regular size bowl which is available at the restaurant and the ramen served will be Tonkotsu style.

Is the ramen served Halal/ Vegetarian?

The ramen served is neither Halal nor vegetarian. Also, the broth for both stalls is Tonkotsu style which means it is made from pork and pork bones, and may contain chicken and/or fish. It does NOT contain BEEF and LAMB.

Can I bring my own seasoning?

Contestants are discouraged from bringing their own seasoning.

Will water be provided?

The organiser will be providing ice water for during the contest and green tea will be served at the waiting areas.

What is the minimum age to join this contest?

The minimum age to join is 18 years old and above. All participants will be required to fill up an indemnity form together with the registration form and fee.

Can I register on behalf of my friend for the ramen eating contest?

Preferably the participant should come in person to register as he/she is required to fill up an indemnity form along with the registration form and registration fee. However, you may write in to the organiser at ramenchampion@gmail.com and they will review on a case to case basis.

How this contest works and how do I qualify the Finals?

The format of the contest will be based on the number of regular size bowls a participant can finish within 15 minutes and that will qualify him/her into the final round. The participants who can finish the most number of ramen will enter into the final round on 14 November 2013 at Great World City.

Do I still get my vouchers if I don’t qualify for the Finals? What vouchers will be given?

All participants will be given the $30 cash vouchers regardless if they qualified into the final round. The cash vouchers will be sponsored by Komars F&B Pte Ltd and can be used for restaurants such as Daikokuya, Bishamon, Menya Koji and Benten Café. There is no minimum spending required but it is not applicable for set meals or other promotional items.

Will there be any other prizes for the finalist other than the grand prize?

Currently, the organiser has decided only the grand prize of $10,000 will be given but they are working on the details of other prizes, if any. Ramen Champion would like everyone to walk away happily and hence $30 vouchers will be given to every participant.


I had a wonderful time in Hong Kong witnessing the eating power of Tomoko Miyake and an photo opportunity with Eric Tsang, producer of Ramen Champion Hong Kong. Registration for Ramen Big Eater Challenge starts today (26 Sep) and ends tomorrow (27 Sep)! Head down to Ramen Champion @ Bugis+ between 6.30pm to 9.30pm to register.

Though no TVB stars will be joining the contest in Singapore, but who knows, the grand prize of S$10,000 could be yours to keep.  Just a word of caution, join for fun and eat within your limit.

For more information, visit Ramen Champion Singapore at www.ramenchampion.com.sg or Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RamenChampionSingapore

Fit.Right.In – Challenge in Progress

WANTED: The man in the picture below has been charged with physical abuse infliced on the owner of this blog. Warning: Do not approach him for personal training unless you are committed to improve yourself – to become fitter and healthier; look better with more confidence.

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Pardon me for the lack of blog posts recently as I have been busy getting my fat ass kicked by my personal trainer, Jensen Arabejo from Physical ABuse Fitness Center. Into my third week of training, we did a quick check on my weight and I’m happy with the results although my abs are still not showing.

About my trainer: Jensen is trained to be nurse but his love for fitness and sports led him to become certified physical trainer. As an athlete, he enjoys challenges and extreme sports. His passion in sports and fitness is the reason why he is able to motivate and push his clients for the benefits of reaching their own goals. Prior to working in Singapore, he was based in Macau as a fitness trainer and his expertise includes weight loss & toning, strengthening, weight gain and sports conditioning especially for basketball and swimming.

My training began as once a week, one hour per session work out with Jensen. Each session starts with warm-up exercise follows by two sets of repetitive circuit training. During the week, I also attended the various group classes with Tiffany, because the best way to lose weight is to combine cardiovascular exercises with weights training.


Tiffany and I went for Drums Alive, the latest calorie-burning workout using drum sticks and Swiss balls. The well-coordinated rhythmic class lets us fulfill our rock star fantasy while burning fats at the same time. Besides this unique group exercise, we also attended two classes of Zumba together. The first was conducted by Jasmine who incorporated K-pop songs and dance moves to the work out. For me, the moves were more of an advance level and my two left feet were trying hard to keep up. Thank goodness the Saturday Zumba classes conducted by Ridhuan consists of much simple moves but are of high impact, causing me to perspire more.


What I really love about Physical Abuse Fitness Center are the friendly personal trainers and crowd. Most people who go to Physical Abuse know their personal fitness goal, and the spirit of camaraderie towards health and fitness is very motivating. Even though this boutique gym is not as big as the major fitness chain, it has all the equipments we need and we seldom need to wait in order to use the facilities unlike when I was working out in CF or FF.

Losing weight is a balance between our input and output, simply working out once or twice a week is not sufficient. Diet control is another key area we need to note. During this period of challenge, I cut down on carbohydrates and feed on fish soup or Yong Tau Foo for dinner after work out.

Although every hour of physical training with Jensen feels like eternity, but time does fly by quickly. It’s nearing the end of this Fit Right In challenge. So, who do you think will win this challenge? Check out Tiffany’s blog post here and watch out for the release of result soon!



Address: 2 Havelock Road, #01-28/29, Singapore 059763

Contact number: +65 6536 5580

Website: www.physicalabuse.com.sg

Facebook: www.facebook.com/physicalabusefitnesscenter

Instagram: @PhysicalAbuse

Fit.Right.In – Challenge Accepted

4 weeks, 4 personal trainings, 2 bloggers but only 1 winner. Who will be the ultimate winner of Physical ABuse fitness center’s Fit Right In Challenge? In this part 1 of 3 series, Malcolm shares his reasons why he embarks on this physical challenge and his confident on winning this get fit assignment.


Turning three zero next year, I make a personal promise to get fit and look fab before age catches up and my body metabolism rate slows down. My resolution for this year is to get back in shape, but being occupied with studies and blogging at the first half of the year, and now with professional work and writing as my main excuses for not exercising.

It was a wake up call when I received the invitation from Physical ABuse to challenge Tiffany Yong to shape up.

I have not been a stranger to weight loss, in fact during my Basic Military Training (BMT) course I was able to tone up and look fit. Few years ago, through a life coaching project, I was able to lose 7 kg in 7 weeks. Although right now, procrastination and laziness are my biggest hurdles to get rid of my love handles.

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The benefits of workout include staying healthy, looking good and feeling confident; as popular meme says, “I don’t workout to be healthy, I do it to look good naked”. Though it may sound NSFW (not safe for work) but it’s still a form of motivation.

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Physical intimacy aside, physical training is hard work! When I did the physical assessment and found out that I only need to lose 4.5 kg of fats, I was over-confident.  And during the fitness assessment, I almost fainted after 10 minutes on the step machine.

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The other concern is that I’m recovering from my left wrist injury. Right now, I’m unable to bend my wrist hence exercises that require pushing motion, like push up, are not recommended.  This gives my personal trainer,  Jenson additional challenge to create a workout that is suitable for me.

Even with these internal and external factors standing in my path, I am determined to win this fat burning challenge. Follow my live tweets from @MalcolmSunny or #FRIChallenge for real time updates about this challenge. Also check out Tiffany’s updates via @tiffanyyongwt and her blog post here.

Join Me – Be Fit and Feel Fab 

Voted Best Gym for the commitment probe, Physical ABuse is currently offering the Fit Right In package which includes 4 personal trainings with unlimited gym access and group workout classes at only $819 $240. Simply quote “Malcolm Sunny #FRIChallenge” to enjoy the promotion price, call 6536 5580 to book an appointment with Physical ABuse now.

About Physical ABuse

Physical ABuse is a brand new fitness center located in central Singapore, Havelock Road. A winner of CLEO Body Awards 2013 and SHAPE Awards 2013, it’s the fitness centre where keeping fit, feeling right and being in are goals for everyone. You will find exciting array of exercises from personal training to aerobics and dance, boot camps to yoga and Pilates.

It is the first to launch Drums Alive – the latest calorie-burning workout with rhythmic fun; and to incorporate Dirty Dancing and KpopDan-Z into its trendy group workout classes. Physical ABuse is a state-of-the-art gym with the latest functional training equipments, a kickboxing corner, and even vibration training that doubles the speed to fat-loss!

Address: 2 Havelock Road, #01-28/29, Singapore 059763

Contact number: +65 6536 5580

Website: www.physicalabuse.com.sg

Facebook: www.facebook.com/physicalabusefitnesscenter

Instagram: @PhysicalAbuse

Support Budding Local Singers at Music Express XIX

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[Photo: NTU Chinese Society]

I hate Chinese songs and when given a choice, I would normally sing English songs at karaoke sessions with friends. Besides being linguistically challenged  in Mandarin, very often I feel that Chinese songs are always so melancholic in nature.

But what I do support is originality, creativity and local talent. Coming to its 19th year,  Music Express is an annual songwriting competition organized by the NTU Chinese Society (NTUCS).  The aim of this competition is to provide a platform for dedicated people who are enthusiastic in music, encourage them to express own feeling, views, and ideas via originally-made songs.

This year, besides focusing its scope to Universities and Colleges in Singapore, Music Express introduces a new catagory, targeting all Singaporean below 35, with the ambition to increase the songwriting atmosphere in Singapore.

Here’s a short introduction of the contesters for this year:

The Grand Final will be held at Nanyang Auditorium in Nanyang Technological University (NTU) on 25 August 2013. Tickets can be bought on the spot or via pre-order. Supporters can purchase the tickets directly from their official website via this link: http://www.ntumusicexpress.com/ticketselling1.html

Cash payment can be made at NTU Chinese Society Booth during NTU ECA Fair from 12 to 14 August 2013. Each ticket is priced at S$10.00.

For more information, please visit the official website: http://www.ntumusicexpress.com/index.html


[Photo: NTU Chinese Society]

Free ticket giveaway:

Be the first to submit your name, NRIC and phone number to sunny_creationz@hotmail.com and win 1 Grand Final ticket to Music Express 19. Closing date to take part on this giveaway is 22 August 2013 (23:59 hrs).

New Contenders Storm Ramen Champion Bugis+

Last Thursday, Ramen Champion at Bugis+ welcomed their 3 new ramen chefs with a grand promotion of 100 bowls of ramen and 50% off throughout the day. An impressive queue lined up along level 4 of Bugis+ waited anxiously for the store to be opened on 4 July 2013.


It’s reality television in real life. Every year, this popular Japanese food venue will invite some of the best Ramen masters and chefs in Japan to Singapore for a stint of one year. Their goal is to impress the diners with their scrumptious and authentic taste of Japan and influence the customers to vote for them.

Despite being popular among its followers, in June 2013, Ramen Champion bid farewell to Menya Iroha, Tai-sho-ken and Aoyama and welcome three new contenders – Muso, Buta God and Menban Yamagishi Kazuo on 1 July 2013.

MENBAN YAMAGISHI KAZUO is named after the legendary inventor of Tsukemen (dipping noodles) – Kazuo Yamagishi is given the title “Master of Ramen”. This shop is opened by his successor who follows Yamagishi’s secret recipe but with his new style. Probably the closest to Tai-sho-ken’s ramen so if you miss it, do try it and compare.

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MUSO is the No.1 Ramen Champion 2012 (Hong Kong). This unrivaled chef with outlets in Tokyo and Hong Kong comes to Singapore for a new challenge. Chef Masaaki Kawamura’s ramen broth holds plenty of pork fat, which makes it rich and unique in flavor.


Brave, new contender BUTA GOD specializes in pork ramen. Chef Mamoru Kanaya matches sliced marinated pork belly and poached egg to create the perfect combination of the slightly sweet Tonkotsu broth. Try the Extra Pork Ramen to satisfy your stomach.


Ramen Champion held a grand promotion on 4 July 2013 offering free bowls of ramen to the first 100 customers. Needless to say, queuing is one of our nation’s favourite pastime and when there is free food there is bound to have a large crowd.

When I reached Bugis+ level 4 that morning the queue had extended to Crystal Jade HK Café. And I heard from the restaurant manager that some people were in the queue as early as 9 o’clock. (Did they think it’s free ramen for breakfast?)

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These are six ramens given out for free (100 bowls) and 50% throughout the day:

Ikkousha: Ajitama Ramen – S$13.50

Gantetsu: HOKKAIDO Tonkotsu Ramen – S$11.00

Buta God Tonkotsu: Tonkotsu Sukiyaki Ramen – S$12.00

Menban Yamgishi Kazuo: Ajitama Ramen – S$12.50

Muso Ajitama Cha Cha Ramen – S$13.00

Bario: Ajitama Ramen – S$14.50

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The prices listed are before the discount. For me, I choose BARIO’s Ajitamen Ramen because I feel it’s the most value for money for this promotion. I also had a taste of the two champions – MUSO and IKKOUSHA.

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I love the new set of Ramen Champion’s posters which look like some kind of ramen manga adapted into a movie promotional posters.

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Ramen Champion is currently running a Facebook Contest, please go and like their Facebook page Ramen Champion Singapore and answer a simple question to stand a chance to win $50 worth of Capitaland Vouchers. LIKE & SHARE: http://a.pgtb.me/dkDdQQ 1012993_563210293760370_170950480_n

For more information on Ramen Champion Singapore, please visit www.ramenchampion.com.sg

Ramen Champion (Bugis+) is located at 201 Victoria Street, Bugis+ #04-10, Singapore 188067 (nearest MRT station: Bugis), outlet tel: 6238 1011

Ramen Champion (Changi Airport Terminal 3) is located at 65 Airport Boulevard #B2-58 Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3, Singapore 819663 (nearest MRT station: Changi Airport), outlet tel: 6214 2958


Delifrance Celebrates 30 Years in Asia with Michelin Star Sandwich

To commemorate 30 years of authentic French bakery fare in Asia, Delifrance partnered with renowned 1-star Michelin chefs Jacques and Laurent Pourcel to launch its first-ever Michelin sandwich “Le Paris-Singapore”. 


When I received the invitation to attend the launch, I knew it was going to be a fun experience. It’s a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with a Michelin-starred chef and to top it off, we got a hands-on lesson on how to put the sandwich together and the inspiration behind the creation.

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Le Paris-Singapore is a special sandwich. Inspired by their travel experiences in Asia, it is specially created by 1-star Michelin chefs Laurent and Jacques Pourcel for Delifrance. This is not the first time the twins, who run the famous restaurant le Jardin des Sens in Montpellier, France, collaborated with the French bakery. In 2010, when the chef twins were chosen as ambassadors to represent French gastronomy at the World Expo in Shanghai, they had chosen to use Delifrance breads for the international event.

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“When we were looking for a supplier for this unique event, we wanted to combine quality and French know-how. Delifrance’s breads and viennoiseries were a natural choice,” recalled Jacques, who was in Singapore to launch the new creation Le Paris-Singapore.

In an artisan mix of French bakery and Asian flavour, Le Paris-Singapore is buttered with mayonnaise and oyster spread, layered with a bed of French baby spinach and Thai chili roast chicken, with Wakame (Japanese algae) and pineapple slices to complete the taste.

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Specially imported from France, Delifrance’s French stone-baked rustic baguette spent 10 hours in the oven; baked to perfection, light and soft inside with a delicate aroma of fresh cream and sweet almond.

“We are delighted to celebrate three decades of Delifrance in Singapore,” said Alain Leduc, Franchise Manager of Delifrance Headquarters in Paris. “Delifrance was the first French-themed cafe to introduce authentic French bakery products in Singapore. With the launch of Le Paris-Singapore, with its mix of artisan French authentic bakery and an Asian flavour, we are here to introduce another slice of French gastronomy to Singaporeans, especially our long-time supporters who have grown up with the brand over the past 30 years.”

Completmenting the new Michelin-starred sandwich, Delifrance has also partnered with French beverage company Monin to introduce two special sparkling drinks, Le Spicy Mangue Collins and Pink Grapefruit & Elderflower Spritz, which customers can pair with Le Pasir-Singapore sandwich.

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Le Spicy Mangue Collins is a thirst quenching sparkling blend of mango and lime with a slight hint of chili. Pink Grapefruit & Elderflower Spritz is a light and refreshing combination of ripe pink grapefruit and subtle elderflower.

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Le Pasir-Singapore is available a la carte at $10.80 or enjoy it with Le Spicy Mangue Collins or Pink Grapefruit  & Elderflower Spritz for just $12.80. The sparkling drinks are also available a la carte at $5.00 each. 

Delifrance’s new Le Paris-Singapore is available at the following selected cafes until 31 August 2013:


  • Changi Airport Terminal 2 Departure / Transit Lounge North
  • Singapore Post Centre
  • Tampines Mall


  • Clifford Centre
  • Gateway West
  • Gleneagles Hospital
  • KK Hospital
  • Mt. Elizabeth Hospital
  • Raffles City
  • Thomson Medical Centre
  • UE Square
  • United Square

North / North-east

  • Causeway Point
  • Hougang 1
  • Toa Payoh HDB Hub

West / South-west

  • Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC)
  • Cold Storage Jelita
  • Harbourfront Centre
  • IMM
  • JEM
  • Jurong Point
  • Lot One

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As part of the 30th Anniversary celebrations, Delifrance’s customers, who spend a minimum of $10 at any Delifrance outlet between 1 June and 31 August 2013, will be able to enter “Experience the French Art of Living” lucky draw. One lucky winner will walk away with prizes worth more than $6,000 including a pair of economy class return tickets to Paris, 3 nights accommodation in Paris and one-day French baking class at The Paris Bakery and Patisserie School by Grands Moulins de Paris, parent company of Delifrance Group.

SMS your details in the following format to 9010 2322: Delifrance <space> Name <space> NRIC/FIN number <space> Receipt/bill number <space> Email. 


For more information

Website: www.delifrance.com.sg

Guest service hotline: 6874 9622 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm)

Scoot Wants You to Win a Year’s Free Travel and $20,000 Cash

Ever wonder what it is like to be a jet-setter? You could be having lunch in Taipei, hi-tea dim sum in Hong Kong and enjoy a glass of wine by Sydney Opera House if you win this contest!

If you are age 18 years old and above, participate in Scoot’s World’s Longest Virtual Flight’s contest by registering yourself at www.facebook.com/flyscoot . One lucky contestant will get to win S$20,000 in cash plus S$30,000 in travel vouchers to be given away!

Last year, Scoot launched its first flight from Singapore to Sydney. To commemorate the first anniversary of its maiden flight to Sydney, stand by at 9pm on 4 June 2013 for the “take off” and “fly” back from Sydney to Singapore at 5am on 5 June 2013.


Photo credit: http://travel.ninemsn.com.au 

Said Campbell Wilson, CEO of Scoot, “In the past 12 months, Scoot has gone from just one aircraft and one destination to a fleet of five aircraft operating to Sydney, Gold Coast, Bangkok, Taipei, Tokyo, Tianjin, Qingdao and Shenyang, with Seoul and Nanjing commencing in the next two weeks. It’s been a busy and exciting year for all of us at Scoot, and we’re incredibly grateful for all those who’ve supported us. Our online community, especially, has been fantastic, so we wanted to celebrate our first anniversary in a fitting way – and what more fitting way for an online community than to win cash and prizes for doing what they do best: clicking!”

Contestants “on board” must tap (mobile) or click (desktop) the “Scoot Virtual Flight” every 60 seconds initially…with the contestant who outlasts all others walking away with S$20,000 cash and free Scoot flights for one year! All participants will also have the chance to receive one of the S$30,000 in Scoot travel vouchers being given away throughout the contest.


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To participate in the “World’s Longest Virtual Flight” contest, simply register at www.facebook.com/flyscoot from now by accepting the contest’s terms and conditions, read the tips on how to stay safe, then “board” the virtual flight at 8pm on 4 June 2013 ready for “take off” at 9pm. Get ready to Scoot for S$20,000 cash!

Win $500 Cash If You Can “Catch” DJ Dee Kosh!

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Local telecommunications provider, SingTel launched a real-time Twitter “race” this afternoon at 1pm. From 3-7 June 2013, SingTel users can join this contest to win awesome cash prizes by simply follow @SingTel on Twitter with hashtag #Fastest4GSpeed.

98.7FM DJ cum YouTube comedian, Dee Kosh has taken over @SingTel’s Twitter page and will be releasing a series of tweets and clues based on his location. Just tweet back and be the fastest person to determine his location, and you could win $500 in cash!

Definitely seems like a fun and easy way to get extra pocket money this month! Too bad Yours Truly is not a Singtel user, argh!!! *sob sob*

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Hurry! Follow @SingTel on Twitter to guess where DJ Dee Kosh is and win cash, remember to use hashtag #Fastest4GSpeed. Good luck! 🙂

More information can be found here: http://info.singtel.com/personal/4G/catch-dee-kosh?utm_source=direct&utm_medium=vanityurl&utm_campaign=singtel_4G_catchdeekosh