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Month: February 2010

Paper Furniture

Paper Furniture

I just watched an episode of All About Paper, an infotainment show which re-ran on Channel News Asia. Surprisingly, even a 2008 show can be refreshing! It showcased on how paper can be a material used for functional home furnishing. The episode featured three products made from paper. They are Honey Comb Lamp (pictured), FlexibleLove and Recycled Paper Table. The Honey Comb Lamp is made from denguri paper. It is a type of paper used in Japan. Out of the…

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USA Envoy to Singapore

USA Envoy to Singapore

This what Senator David Adelman said in his Senate hearing, I intend, if confirmed, to use public diplomacy to work towards greater press freedoms, greater freedom of assembly and ultimately more political space for opposition parties in Singapore. (via) Make no mistake, I am not a fan of politics, but I would love to see him try. Credit: Speakers’ Corner picture from Wikipedia.org. Read about Speakers’ Corner at Wikipedia.

Shodoku: Street of Japan – Hereen Outlet

Shodoku: Street of Japan – Hereen Outlet

I managed to eat at Shodoku: Street of Japan outlet at Hereen 3 days back. My superior treated me to lunch there, otherwise I would not be going there. It took over Marche premises and adopted the same concept of having a central ordering area. The concept does not work as well as Marche, in my opinion. There was a lack of variety of food as the theme is Japanese. At least Marche had a wider theme and thus more…

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