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Review 5 'Everything Everything' Nicola Yoon

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Review time – Everything Everything, Nicola Yoon.

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Everything Everything is the tale of Madeline, a young girl who has spent the last 18 years trapped in her own home due to her medical condition. 573 more words

Three old-school barber shops in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

The lashes of stray hair in shades of black and silver roll around like mini-tumbleweed around this Telok Ayer alley. Not many people walk by without at least saying hello in Malay, Hokkien or Mandarin to Lee Yoon Tong, who’s worked on men’s hair six days a week, every week for 50 years. 102 more words

Singapore

Killing Stalking

So my first blog here on blogic (yay!) is going to be on the well known manga series “Killing Stalking”. This manga is in short, about a man called Yoon Bum tells “us” about a man named Sangwoo, who everyone sees as perfect in every way, but Sangwoo has a dark past as his parents were murdered some time ago and the killer had never been caught. 525 more words

Don't miss these 4 Shadow Artworks

1. Structure of Shadow, Bohyun Yoon

Yoon, is born in Korea and now he lives in US. He is interested in the invisible properties of glass… 325 more words

Hong Yi

Book Review: The Sun is Also a Star - Nicola Yoon

Natasha: I’m a girl who believes in science and facts. Not fate. Not destiny. Or dreams that will never come true. I’m definitely not the kind of girl who meets a cute boy on a crowded New York City street and falls in love with him. 623 more words

Books

Three old-school barber shops in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

The lashes of stray hair in shades of black and silver roll around like mini-tumbleweed around this Telok Ayer alley. Not many people walk by without at least saying hello in Malay, Hokkien or Mandarin to Lee Yoon Tong, who’s worked on men’s hair six days a week, every week for 50 years. 104 more words

Singapore

‘No Thanks!’ presents the results of its first officially commissioned poll

In light of the increasing role that offensiveness plays in Scottish politics (both causing it and being a perceived victim of it) the No Thanks! 502 more words