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Singapore: The Food Court

In my perhaps I see now, limited experience, a food court was always a haven for the pre-drinking age pubescent. I remembered them only as a sea of rolled up skirts, untucked shirts and loosely tied ties. 718 more words

The Big Buddha

A trip to the big buddha at Ngong Ping on Lantau Island is also a must when visiting Hong Kong. Tian Tian Buddha is the proper name for seated bronze buddha that is 112 feet tall.  93 more words


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Things have been very festive week at both Highland Wildlife Park and Edinburgh Zoo this week.

At the Park, Boeuf, the six month old muskox, was surprised with… 435 more words


Tian Tian: at last, a decent Chinese restaurant in the East End

Good Chinese food is hard to come by in East London. Despite living in the East End for the the past 7 years, I still haven’t found that go-to neighbourhood Chinese restaurant I can depend on. 567 more words

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New Pink Chillies characters to support Europe’s working elephants

Pink Chillies is delighted to announce a new partnership, this time to support Europe’s working elephants left without a home when their working life is over. 246 more words

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Singapore Chinatown

It may come as somewhat of a surprise that there should be a Chinatown in a predominantly Chinese speaking nation. When Sir Stamford Raffles laid out the town plan for Singapore in 1822, he divided the island nation into distinct cultural quarters. 459 more words