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7 Singapore Traditional Games & AUGUST National Day GIVEAWAY!

Singapore is turning 54 in about 2 weeks’ time! How time flies! Like how the National Day Parade venues change as our country matures, the games our children engage in now also differs vastly from the childhood games I remember playing as a kid. Games these days are more tech-based and educational rather than just …

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MILLAROLLA: Statement-making & Affordable Kids Designer Wear

MILLAROLLA, an online local kids designer wear, for children between ages of 18 months and 7 years old, was founded by Ywenna this year. As a mother herself, Ywenna was frustrated over the lack of choices in kids’ wear in the market and secretly wished there was a brand that crafts children’s designer wear which is …

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Reconnect & Unwind at Six Senses Duxton

Updated: Mar 21 Thinking of a getaway to reconnect with your partner and unwind?  Look no further; Six Senses Duxton is the perfect choice! The first city hotel from acclaimed hospitality and wellness company Six Senses, Six Senses Duxton was originally a row of traditional shophouses, re-designed and re-utilized to harmoniously blend the shophouse aesthetic with the comfort …

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5 Fun & Effective Ways to Introduce Chinese

Updated: Mar 20 Studies into brain growth and early language development – a fascinating and complex process – indicate that how an infant acquires language is dependent on the early neural connections (synapses) that are stimulated through responsive interaction with others, ideally during the first two years of life. The most effective learning occurs when these …

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Why My Kids Attend 11 Classes A Week (But I Am Not A “Tiger Mum”)

Updated: Mar 21 That’s right. My two kids – Emma (4) and Eliel (2) have their week packed with activities, which makes this stay-at-home-mom, ironically, never at home. Emma, being the older of the two and overachieving firstborn, goes to the bulk of the classes (8 at last count), while the toddler does 3 classes (and …

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