Personal: 2014, summarized.

Last day (or working day) of the year… How has it been for you? Good? Bad? Meh? Some high and low points but ultimately, 2014 has been rather kind to me. If I’d break it down by months, it’ll be as followed: – Sunrise in BKK Jan – Travel, Bangkok during its post riot and voting period. Feb – Celebrating parents’ wedding anniversary, getting engaged and started gym membership 😀 Mar – Sad news for aviation, for our region, e.g. MH370 & MH17 – Sunrise and beach in Desaru Apr – Travel, headed up to Desaru with fiance & his colleagues. May – Enjoyed Jeff Dunham’s performance at Star Vista. Jun – Attended secondary school friend’s wedding, enjoyed Bonfire 2014, by local…

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News: Navigate Your Connected TV, Even in the Dark with Logitech’s New Illuminated Keyboard K830

Logitech Singapore introduced the Logitech® Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830, earlier in November, to brighten our connected-TV experience. The rechargeable keyboard features backlit keys, an integrated touchpad, and advanced wireless connectivity, so you can type and click from your couch or bed – even in the dark. The Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 automatically dims or brightens its backlit keys based on the amount of light in the room, so you can type effortlessly in any lighting condition. Type and the keys illuminates. Once you stop typing, the backlight turns off after five seconds to help save power. Designed for the modern living space, this keyboard is compact and lightweight, with soft-feel keys that are optimized for media and entertainment control.…

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News: Power up Desktop Computers with the Latest Wireless AC with D-Link’s Newest Desktop Adapter, AC1200.

D-Link, one of the world’s biggest suppliers of home networking products, harnesses the speed and power of wireless AC technology in their newest desktop adapter. The latest DWA-582 Wireless AC1200 Dual-Band PCIe Desktop Adapter maximises speed and range of one’s wireless signal by selecting from two frequency bands to provide seamless connectivity even when running bandwidth-intensive applications. Using Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe), the high-speed adapter can fit into any PCIe slots – x1, x4, x8 or x16, and instantly adds wireless AC capabilities to the computer.   The adapter uses 4.5dBi external antennas to provide extended wireless reception throughout one’s home or small office. It enables smoother connectivity when making or receiving calls over the internet (VoIP), large file…

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News: Tokyo and Kanagawa Buffet Specials at Kuishin Bo!

Start the new year with a tantalising selection of specialties from Tokyo and Kanagawa, available at perennial favourite, Kuishin Bo restaurants in Great World City and Jurong Point, coming January 2015! Come January, diners will be able to dig into the Hamaguri Chanko Nabe, a hot pot of Hamaguri clams and assorted vegetables, a variation of the famous Tokyo stew. Other delicious seafood specialties include Akauo Daikon (simmered ocean perch with white radish), Fukagawa Toji (Japanese clams with scrambled egg in Donburi sauce), Karei Karaage (crispy flounder), Tokyo Shio Yakisoba (stir-fried noodles with assorted seafood in Ankake sauce) and Ika Yaki (grilled Japanese squid). (yay!) Sawara, known otherwise as Spanish Mackerel, is one of the top Mackerel varieties currently in season in…

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News: POSB launches Neighboursfirst.sg to celebrate fresh perspectives on Singapore

POSB launched a new portal, “Neighboursfirst.sg” to celebrate fresh perspectives on Singaporeans and our neighbourhoods. With Singapore turning 50 next year, POSB is proud to share stories on the “Neighboursfirst.sg” portal that highlights transformation in people’s mindsets, places and our sense of purpose. Lim Bee Bee, Head of Marketing, Consumer Banking Group Singapore, DBS Bank, said, “Singapore has come a long way in the last 50 years and a lot has changed in terms of how people view society and neighbourhoods. This initiative is part of POSB’s efforts to highlight Singapore’s rapid transformation and how we, as a society, have grown. Through this portal, we hope to bring Singaporeans together, regardless of their background and passion to celebrate shared purposes…

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Infograph: 10 Reasons to Visit Legoland Malaysia

If you have yet to visit Legoland Malaysia or is planning to, here are some reasons or ‘motivations’ to help you decide / visit soon: I think if there’s one thing that will motivate me most to visit, is that 9 meter lego tree 😀 I can’t imagine how much work or hours put into building that huge tree but does sound amazing~ For more information on the theme park, water park and hotel – www.legoland.com.my. ***** Information as kindly shared by Legoland Malaysia and Bell Pottinger.

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