Driving around in a van feels like driving around in a second home to most van owners. Just like one gets their home insured getting your van insurance is equally important. Why Is Getting Your Van Insured Important? Getting Vehicle insurance more than anything else is a legal requirement. Failing to get your vehicle insured can get you in legal trouble. Getting insurance sounds like a good idea now, doesn’t it? Having your van insured provides financial protection in case of damage to your van. Insurance policies also provide you coverage in an unforeseen event of car theft or fire. And in the case that you own a catering van it’s important to have catering van insurance due to the many possible problems that could arise. You cant avoid accidents. But you can at least try to be financially secure if you are involved in an unfortunate event. Insurance can even cover your expenses if there is any damage caused by you to other vehicles or pedestrians. You are also responsible for ... » Learn More about Why Its Necessary To Get Your Travel Van Properly Insured?
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It is thanks to his insatiable sense of curiosity that influential Brazilian artist, Vik Muniz, has been reaching out to others for the past three decades, repurposing a broad range of non-traditional materials to recreate canonical artworks that change the way people see things. The 58-year-old dislikes working in his studio. To be productive, he needs to learn new things and meet people. “I am not good at anything, except that I am very curious,” he confesses, “I am the most curious person I know. I’m constantly trying to work with people who are experts in what they do, be they scientists, bioengineers, astrophysicists, psychologists, perfume makers or winemakers. It’s a risk when you work with people who have their own creative skills because they tend to be protective of what they do and know.” Nonetheless, that has never stopped him and he relishes the opportunity for collaboration, saying, “As part of my practice, I work on several fronts, and one of these fronts ... » Learn More about This Brazilian artist creates artworks using materials like PB&J, ketchup and literal trash
Moving house can be a hugely stressful affair. It would seem you have a million things to do, from finding a reliable (and preferably reasonably priced) mover to trying to stay sane while packing your lifetime's worth of possessions into boxes. To help ease your transition, we put together a guide of "what to dos" before, during and after your move so you can always stay on top of things. BEFORE MOVING 1. DO YOUR MEASUREMENTS Measure out any your existing furniture that you are planning to move with, then look at the dimensions of your new home. Can they fit in with the space? If not, you might have to sell or give them away. Check to see if your furniture pieces can fit into the lifts. If they don't, your movers might have to take the stairs and depending on the floor you are staying on, that can add significantly to your moving expenses. 2. DECLUTTER Take stock of what you have. Before you start packing away your things, it's best to do a declutter session to throw, ... » Learn More about A stress-free guide to moving house in Singapore
Who cares about raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens? Give us a life-sized Iron Man or even a home gym, because those are a few of our favourite things ever since celebrities like Michelle Chong, Sharon Au, Vincent Ng, and S.H.E's Ella Chen gave us plebeians a sneak peek into their home through social media. Ever wondered what the life of the rich and famous looks like? IRON MAN STATUE Nothing much, it's just a life-sized Iron Man suit hanging out at the corner. Local actor and wushu champion Vincent Ng shared this photo of an Iron Man suit back in 2016. While he may have moved since then, he packed the suit to go because it even got its own introduction in this Home and Decor video . And if you're wondering, he confirmed that you can actually wear the suit. When Taiwanese actress Vivian Hsu uploaded this photo of son Dalton, did she think he would be up-staged by a life-sized Iron Man statue in the background? Netizens couldn't help but notice the ... » Learn More about Which celebs have life-sized Iron Man statue at home, home gym, post-card views from the living room?
share this article bookmark article share on facebook share on twitter share on Linkedin share on whatsapp share on email Share this article Whatsapp Facebook Twitter Linkedin Share Vincent Piket and Igor Driesmans Jakarta ● Thu, May 6, 2021 2021-05-06 01:35 0 0920e6703081f028872405a526461299 2 Opinion EU,ASEAN,cooperation,Indo-Pacific,growth,Global,stability,UNCLOS,COVAX-Facility,CEPA,China Free On April 19, European Union (EU) foreign ministers launched the EU Strategy for Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific. This strategy marks a major step in Europe’s steadily increasing engagement in a region that is the economic and strategic center of gravity of today’s world. The Indo-Pacific represents not only 62 percent of the world’s GDP and up to two thirds of global growth, but is also home to some of the main current geopolitical fault lines. The EU ... » Learn More about ASEAN at the heart of the EU strategy for cooperation in the Indo-Pacific
If you ask an entrepreneur about starting a business, they will probably tell you to search for the right business, check market trends and make sure that you optimise the flow of the market. However, when Sherrie Han decided to venture into the business of producing exquisite timepieces for women, things couldn’t have been harsher. You see, the timekeeper of Singapore wasn’t just planning to start her own venture but was doing so against market odds. “There’s no market for mechanical watches for women,” Sherrie was told. But that didn’t stop her from creating The Eliana Timekeeper, an exclusive watch microbrand for women that has been making waves amidst the pandemic. If you think that’s tough, Sherrie Han did all of this while holding her full-time job as a senior lawyer while also being pregnant with her second child. In a way, Sherrie has had three babies growing up in the past year and conquering new milestones. In the past year, The Eliana Timekeeper has turned out to ... » Learn More about Timekeeping like no other: Mumpreneur Sherrie Han is bringing proudly Singaporean handcrafted time
SINGAPORE: A month ago, the main issues in English football were when fans would be allowed back in stadiums, what is behind Liverpool’s decline and which players national team coach Gareth Southgate should select for the delayed 2020 European Championships this summer. Much has changed since and suddenly fans of big clubs in England, ignored for so long by rich and remote owners, have finally found their voice. Now they need to decide what to do with it and if they have any chance of bringing about real change. On Sunday (May 2), as many as a thousand Manchester United fans stormed their home stadium Old Trafford and prevented the English Premier League (EPL) game against bitter rivals Liverpool from taking place. Usually, there would have been universal condemnation of the fans’ actions, but there seems to be strong support for their actions. PUBLIC SYMPATHY Their actions stem from years of disillusionment of Manchester United fans at their owners, the Glazer family who ... » Learn More about Commentary: Have we seen the end of Man Utd fans’ wrath?