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How Living Like a True Hippie Can Help You Save Money in Singapore

From Money$mart.sg :

Back in the 60s and 70s, hippies were a persecuted bunch in Singapore. Long hair on men was banned (the law was silent on long nose hair though) and the only mushrooms you could find were the kinds in Chinese soups. 737 more words


Quando esci per un gelato e ti ritrovi a bere cioccolata calda

Avete mai fatto un gelato-tour? Ecco, bene, neanch’io. Sì perché l’ultima volta che avrei dovuto farlo è saltato. Allora, tutto è nato dal fatto che io e il mio amico che vive a Madrid abbiamo dei seri problemi a decidere quale sia la gelateria più buona di Brescia. 722 more words



I’m proud of my Italian heritage.

I wrote at HealthCentral circa a year or two ago in October on how culture impacts recovery. October is Italian Heritage Month. 377 more words


Living among Italians: One Month Expat Lessons (onedayinitaly)

Article originally published by Jessica Andrews on April 9th, 2015 on OnedayinItaly: http://onedayinitaly.com/one-month-expat-lessons/

1) Italians physically cringe when you mispronounce something. Every time I slur a consonant or close a vowel that should be open, stutter out of insecurity or put emphasis on the wrong syllable, it never fails – the person I’m talking to (the cashier at the grocery store, the barista making my cappuccino, the teller at the post office…) tightens their shoulders, their head hunching in and one eye squinting. 1,091 more words

Whatchya Painting Today?

These two Italians were having a conversation when we happened upon them
a few weeks ago in Venice.

Singapore Wedding Banquet Price List 2015

Source: Money$mart.sg

Some days I wonder if wedding banquets in Singapore, especially the traditional Chinese sit-down dinner is for the married couple or for the married couple’s parents. 1,049 more words


“A thousand faces” exhibition by Raul, at the CNB - Cock’n’Bull Gallery, London.

David Franchi – Monday, 20th April 2015.

The exhibitionA thousand faces” by Raul was a success, at the Cock’n’Bull Gallery, London. 406 more words