Singapore banned chewing gum since 1992 This is to maintain the clean and green image the country is protraying How is chewing gum invented? The
Singapore’s founding Prime Minister, late Mr Lee Kuan Yew had a political will to eradicate corruption in Singapore when his party, People’s Action Party (PAP)
Singapore effected new regulations against home-sharing on 15th May 2017 Rental needs to be minimum 3 months for private home and 6 months for public
The fight for the COVID-19 in Singapore has been escalating for the past few weeks and the Singapore government is stepping up on the measures.
As part of Singapore’s government effort to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, stricter measures are placed with immediate effect – everyone to wear a
In the rising cases of infected cases in Singapore, the government has with effect from 7 April 2020 entered the circuit breaker period, an effort
As the cases of Coronavirus outbreak continues within the dormitory in Singapore, the government is making efforts by allowing employers to house their foreign workers
With the growing popularity of PMDs (Personal Mobility Devices) in Singapore, many riders has abuse and flout the law, causing accidents leading to injuries and even death to the general public in Singapore.
Bak Kwa is honey-glazed barbecue pork (or sometimes chicken) which most Chinese people in Singapore would buy before the Chinese New Year celebration. It is
Battling drug-related crimes in Singapore has been one of the country’s priorities since independence to keep things under control in the small island. As the
Everyone knows that life is stressful nowadays and it is not only for the adults, so are the students. In finding a way to “de-stress”,
Malaysia was form in the 1963 by the merger of the Federation of Malaya with the former British colonies of North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore.
On the tiny island that is less than 750 km square, Singapore does not really have many recreational activities except for eating, shopping and of
One of the increasing concerns in developed cities was the increasing air pollution from the emission of vehicles. These emissions contribute to the increased levels