Some of us enjoy adding additional toppings to our drinks, but one woman got a little more than what she bargained for after finding a foreign object in her bubble tea. In a Reddit post uploaded yesterday (Aug 3), a netizen with the username @Onewaytrac-k shared that their mother had sucked up through a straw a piece of metal that was hidden amongst the pearls of her Yakult … [Read more...] about ‘She was lucky to feel it’: Woman nearly chews on rusty staple in bubble tea bought at Tampines
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SINGAPORE - An audience member who had tears streaming down his face while singing the National Anthem at the close of the National Day Parade (NDP) has become an Internet sensation. Mr Azuan Tan, 41, whose reaction was caught on camera and broadcast live, told The Straits Times that he was overcome by his emotions, evoked by this year's NDP, themed Stronger Together, … [Read more...] about ‘I’m shocked and surprised’: Man who went viral for crying at NDP says people behind parade deserve attention more
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Malaysia’s Minister of Agriculture and Food Industries Ronald Kiandee said on Aug. 4 that the export ban on chickens is set to end on Aug. 31, according to Reuters . His response was to Kluang MP Wong Shu Qi, who is part of the opposition, in parliament. Wong called the decision to ban … [Read more...] about M’sian MP says M’sia already lost S’pore as customer no matter when chicken export allowed again
(CTN News) – People around the world are fearing that restarting CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) could spark the end of the world, but where did such an idea come from? Let’s take a look. Why do people believe CERN’s LHC will end the world? Like so many things today, it all starts with rumors shared on social media. The July 5th ignition of CERN’s Large Hadron … [Read more...] about Why Do People Believe That CERN’s Large Hadron Collider Could End The World Today, July 5?
Changi Court is getting on in years, and was built back in 1997 (although it is freehold, which mitigates some of the age issues). Over the years, this quiet condo has proven its rentability: first with the SIA Training Centre nearby, and then later the opening of SUTD. It’s also common to find tenants who work at the airport or Changi Business City. Transactions at Changi … [Read more...] about I’ve lived at Changi Court for 5 years: Here’s my personal review