The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has ordered two businesses at Amoy Street to cease operations with immediate effect for failing to comply with safe management measures. Mexican restaurant Chico Loco and Moonstone bar had allowed customers to consume alcohol on their premises after 10:30pm, STB said. In addition to the suspension, both establishments have also been issued a composition fine of S$1,000 each. The checks were conducted by on STB’s Enforcement Officers on June 27. The following photos were taken at 10:35pm and 10:37pm : Bar owners explain situation In a Facebook post on June 28, Moonstone announced their fine and indefinite suspension. The bar wanted to warn fellow F&B owners not to take the 10:30pm alcohol ban lightly, and emphasised that there was no "grace period" for customers to finish up their drinks, even if they were served earlier. "The rule states strictly, no consumption on premise after 10:30pm. This is a hard stop and ... » Learn More about Amoy Street Moonstone bar suspended indefinitely after customers caught drinking at 10:35pm, warns others
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I would consider myself a casual gamer, ever since I graduated from university and began working sometime in 2019. Back in university, I used to play video games more regularly, with more time in between and after classes. My childhood was somewhat filled with games - I started playing console games such as Pokemon at a pretty young age, whenever my relatives would lend me their GameBoys. When I was 10, I started playing PC games too. There was this really popular MMO at the time that everyone was playing, and I was really obsessed with it. Had slimes and mushrooms in it. What it was, I can’t seem to recall. I received my first handheld console when I was 12 -- a Nintendo DS -- after PSLE was over. For a long time, handheld games became my new love, until my NDS stopped working a couple of years ago. These days, I’ve been mostly playing console games on my Nintendo Switch when I’m at home. While it’s technically a handheld console as well, I don’t really bring it ... » Learn More about I was paid to play MapleStoryM for a week, best week at work ever
Your surname is your first connection with your family. In keeping with Singapore’s traditions, a child’s surname represents the link with their biological father and his family, and forms a part of their identity. But what if you didn’t want that for your child, can you change child’s surname? That’s the question a Reddit user by the handle okaykaren recently posed on the community website. Can we choose a newborn surname in Singapore? Although the question was innocent, it left netizens divided. Some quoted the rules. As one user wrote, “[The baby] will follow father’s surname unless illegitimate. If you would like your child to have your surname, would be best for the father to change to your surname so that the baby will be registered with your surname. If not they have to carry deed poll around till they get their IC. Subsequently if the father want to change back his surname he can do so.” While others were more forthcoming with wanting to challenge such ... » Learn More about Can parents in Singapore choose a new surname for their children?
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine flag is now flying at half-staff on Pag-asa (Thitu) Island in the West Philippine Sea to honor former president Benigno Aquino III, who is being remembered for standing up to China. “We join the entire nation in mourning the passing of former President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III. We will never forget how he confronted China in the international tribunal over the West Philippine Sea issue,” said Roberto del Mundo, mayor of Kalayaan municipality on Pag-asa, in a statement. Pag-asa is the largest and the only Philippine-occupied feature in the Kalayaan Island Group with a civilian community. The Aquino administration brought China to court to contest China’s massive claims in the West Philippine Sea, after a standoff in Scarborough (Panatag) Shoal. The ruling, which was largely favorable to the Philippines, invalidated China’s nine-dash line and is recognized by many countries. China continued to ignore the ruling, however, and went on with ... » Learn More about PH flag on Pag-asa Island municipality flies half-staff for Noynoy Aquino