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SMU Voix: I Do (originally by 98 Degrees)

SMU Voix: I Do (originally by 98 Degrees)

Reading Time: 1 minuteFor those who have missed SMU Voix’s showcase earlier this year, here is a clip of them singing a cover of I Do, originally sang by 98 Degrees. Seriously, they have improved tremendously from last year’s showcase, which I can safely say that it was a total disaster. In any case, watch the video and if possible, subscribe to them for more of such performances.

Barbarella and her weather forecast

Barbarella and her weather forecast

Reading Time: 1 minuteBefore MDA or Mediacorp decides to pull the video off Youtube, watch it. For people who cannot view YouTube videos, here is the line: “Oh, my arm says that the rain won’t come today. … But my boyfriend will come tonight. … … Twice! (bimbo pose)” SEXEHH!

For some tongue-in-cheek…

For some tongue-in-cheek…

Reading Time: 1 minuteOn 29 Nov 2010, Spanish woman, Angeles Duran told the world (ok, the newspaper, online edition of daily El Mundo) that she now owns the Sun via a creative reading of the law. (Source: Woman now ‘owns’ the Sun) Now, this provides a necessary avenue for people to ligate against the unwanted effects of the Sun….

Live crabs coming near you!

Live crabs coming near you!

Reading Time: 1 minuteI saw this video from Chillycrap’s blog post. It is a truly novel way to get the crabs out in the market, and they even offer a 1 dead for 3 live crabs replacement guarantee. Got me wondering. How did they stuff the crabs into the tiny little boxes?

An interactive advert on Youtube

An interactive advert on Youtube

Reading Time: 1 minuteUsing Youtube as a platform to interactive with your customer base is not a brand new concept. Old Spice had it done well. It helped Old Spice to capture the market share in United States. Watch the case video below. Tipp-Ex decides to kick it up a notch. Somehow, it convinced Youtube to turn its entire channel, or at least the title of the video from a static display into an active one that requires the viewers to participate in….

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Music Progression

Music Progression

Reading Time: 2 minutesI had another draft regarding my interest in choral music. I decided to trash it since it was becoming more of a recounting post. I try to keep it brief here. I always wanted to be in choir ever since primary school right after a performance my primary school choir put up during an assembly. I did not manage to join my primary school choir. Nonetheless, it did not dampen my enthusiasm. After primary school, I have joined 3 choirs…

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[AoTW] MiChi

[AoTW] MiChi

Reading Time: 1 minuteI was listening to Maerong Radio and this rare singer came up. Why rare? Cuz the radio is currently on to the Korean craze. Not that I am complaining though, however good songs must be shared. 🙂 MiChi is of British-Japanese decent. She has lived a fair bit in both countries and that explains her perfect English in her songs. You can read more at her Wikipedia page. More MiChi goodness here!

[AotW] Metro Vocal Group

[AotW] Metro Vocal Group

Reading Time: 1 minuteMetro Vocal Group is an established a cappella group who originally hails from USA. However, after 5 years of performing in Japan and Hong Kong, they decided to make Hong Kong their base. It is no surprise that they are able to sing Cantonese songs. However, it is surprising indeed to hear a great song to be sang by them. The following song is 海阔天空. It is originally sang by Wong Ka Kui, made famous by a cover done by…

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[Advertorial] Nokia The Rookie

[Advertorial] Nokia The Rookie

Reading Time: 2 minutesI seldom watch television, sans the shows I watch on my laptop. So it is rare to catch The Celebrity Apprentice on Channel 5 on the Sunday that just past. Ok, what am i talking about! Wrong focus! Opps.   The Nokia The Rookie emulates the rules set in The Apprentice. The shows is currently aired online on this website. 12 contestants  were selected from a huge pool of applicants around April this year. All twelve contestants will walk away…

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