There are numerous reasons as to why people go vegetarian. Religions like Buddhism and Hinduism have practiced vegetarianism over many centuries, while more recent vegetarians have cited health, ethical and environmental reasons for their culinary choice. The increase in vegetarian-dedicated food stores and organic grocery marts in Singapore have also made adopting vegetarianism an efficient option for both cooking at home and dining out. Join us as we explore if going vegetarian can result in more economical culinary experiences for you. COST OF DINING OUT: ONLY A SLIGHT EDGE FOR VEGETARIANS According to research done by Nielson, 72 per cent of Singaporeans eat out for dinner with 66 per cent opting for lunch outside due to busy work/study-life schedules. Furthermore, the data we collected has shown that vegetarian meals are generally less expensive than meat-based dishes in various restaurants and hawkers in Singapore. Type of Food Vegetarian Non-Vegetarian Avg. of 3 Budget Hawkers … [Read more...] about Can you save money by becoming a vegetarian in Singapore?
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Watch more in iWant or TFC.tv The kids are going back to Jumanji. But all is not what it seems. In "Jumanji: The Next Level", the gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to Jumanji to rescue one of their own, they discover that the the world’s most dangerous game may be busted. Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas are back for another go at the game. Awkwafina, Ser’Darius Blain, Madison Iseman, Morgan Turner, Alex Wolff with Danny Glover and Danny DeVito also star. Based on the book Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg, "Jumanji: The Next Level" is written by Jake Kasdan , Jeff Pinker & Scott Rosenberg and directed by Jake Kasdan. The film hits Philippine cinemas in December 2019. … [Read more...] about WATCH: The game is busted in ‘Jumanji’ sequel
When Sarah went to her first rave in London in the mid 1990s, she was hooked. For the next 20 years, the city's pumping club scene would become a huge part of her life. Even holidays were shaped around destinations such as Ibiza in Spain and the Thai island of Koh Phangan, so she could get her fix of loud music. Now 42, Sarah, who wants to remain anonymous, works in Hong Kong as an English teacher and part-time yoga teacher. And while her social life is quieter these days - "my nights are spent in the company of herbal teas and Netflix" - she has a constant reminder of her rave days. Sarah suffers from tinnitus - constant noise in the ears that is not caused by an external source. The noise varies from person to person, but, for many, it presents as a ringing sound - tinnitus is often referred to as ringing in the ears - while others experience buzzing or whistling sounds. For Sarah, it's constant hissing. Triggers for tinnitus vary but common causes include hearing loss, earwax … [Read more...] about Can you hear that? How exposure to loud music can cause tinnitus
By Jimmy Golen The Associated Press Sat., May 11, 2019 BOSTON—When he’s playing, Bruins defenceman Charlie McAvoy said, it’s easy for him to maintain his composure and concentrate on the game in front of him. But up in the press box, that’s the hard part. “I’m not a very good hockey watcher,” McAvoy said as he prepared to return from his one-game suspension for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference final against the Carolina Hurricanes. “The game seems like it’s much longer.” McAvoy was suspended for a shoulder to the head of Columbus forward Josh Anderson in the second-round finale. So instead of taking the ice in his usual pairing with Zdeno Chara, McAvoy was wandering around the media dining area before Game 1, wondering if he had to pay or not. (He didn’t.) And while his teammates were beating the Hurricanes 5-2 in the conference final opener, McAvoy was in street clothes on the very top level of … [Read more...] about Charlie McAvoy a better NHL player than fan
If you didn't already know, Singaporeans who have never been married before can buy a HDB flat once they turn 35. While you may not be eligible for another decade or so, it's a good idea to know how much you'll need to buy a flat so you can start getting your finances in order. We talk to Amy Lim, an associate division director at Propnex Realty, to help you figure out what sort of flat you'll be able to get at 35, and how much you'll need to put down for it*. BTO OR RESALE? There are two main options when it comes to buying a HDB flat: brand new Build-to-Order (BTO) flats or resale flats from the open market. If you're earning $6,000 or less a month, you can apply for either. But if you're earning more than that, you can only apply for a resale flat. IF YOU GO FOR A BTO FLAT... BTO flats have 99-year leases and are generally much cheaper than resale flats. According to Amy, a two-room BTO flat in Punggol goes for about $130,000. Assuming you pay for 20 per cent of it … [Read more...] about Can you afford a HDB flat when you’re 35 and single?