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Have you ever had your own time alone at a cafe or a bar , just to be away from everything and just have your own personal time .  871 more words


Smart Cities: Smart States: Smart Nations

Innovating Together for the 21st Century was the subject of a UK / Singapore event today in Central London, and despite the rhetoric and back-patting from both sides about past creativity and success, this is actually likely to be a programme that will yield good results in the future. 807 more words

WTA Singapore, Day 4 Preview: Serena Williams v Eugenie Bouchard

Wednesday’s first match of the day produced one of the most shocking scorelines of the entire year as Simona Halep defeated Serena Williams, 6-0 6-2.  436 more words


How to Invest in Myanmar: The Final Frontier of South East Asia

What are the prospects for a country with no stock market (ok there is one, but there are only two stocks and foreigners cannot buy them), that lacks a real banking system and is only just emerging from isolation for the first time in 50 years? 1,059 more words


My 1969 Charts - October

OCT 1969

7th Oct 1969

It’s a new number one, Bobbie Gentry’s gorgeous version of the Bacharach/David song, and again a version that improves on the Dionne Warwick recording, Bobbie’s husky singing voice just being so emotive. 2,181 more words

1969 Charts

Slumber Parties in Singapore | Photo Diary

After galavanting through Thailand for a week Whitney, Emily and I decided to make a quick 2-night stop in Singapore.  When in Southeast Asia, why not explore a little?   828 more words


WTA Finals 2014: Wozniacki outlasts Sharapova in 3 hour epic, as Radwanska storms past Kvitova

Caroline Wozniacki and Aga Radwanska both flipped the form books and changed the scripts on day 2 of the WTA Finals. Wozniacki first up, won an absolute marathon encounter with Maria Sharapova, which lasted nearly 3 and quarter hours. 476 more words

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