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Coney Island - NYC

A beach spot in New-York !

The first thing I did in New-York and probably my favorite : Coney Island. A few minutes by subway from Manhattan, you could spend your day at the beach, have a walk on the pier, visit the aquarium, eat mangoes, do rides, and so much more… 35 more words


Papers, Please - A Retrospective

Remember Papers, Please? Awesome! Let’s all drool over how good it is. I still remember the first time playing it. I was genuinely excited to see what could be done with a game where you seem to do nothing but paperwork. 1,169 more words


Parliament pays tribute to former president S R Nathan

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – At the end of a state visit to Istanbul in 2009, then President S R Nathan called for a meeting and asked why some representatives from the statutory boards and companies had left the trip early. 689 more words

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Hold the Mustard: Joey Chestnut's Large Life of Competitive Eating




Possibly the Greatest Major League Eater of all time—70 hot dogs and buns downed in 10 minutes just scratches the surface—Joey “Jaws” Chestnut talks to your intrepid reporter on the… 19 more words


Guinness World Records has a new top dog

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

The record saw 1,916 hot dogs, in honor of the year Nathan’s Famous hot dogs was founded, prepared in buns, wrapped in foil and assembled in a continuous line. 204 more words

Current Affairs

Mrs Nathan: A picture of grace even in her moment of sorrow

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

When Madam Urmila Nandey returned home to Ceylon Road last night, after a long day that included her late husband’s funeral, the first thing she did was to check on their long-time driver Rahim. 996 more words

Current Affairs

A grand send-off for one of Singapore's greatest sons

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

THE LATE FORMER PRESIDENT’S ‘ANCHOR’: President Tony Tan (standing) with SR Nathan’s widow, Urmila (centre). Prime Minister Lee described her in his eulogy as her husband’s ”anchor” throughout his distinguished career. 741 more words

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