Nat Ho is Bobii Frutii Singapore’s creative director and brand ambassador. Are you ready for another bubble tea chain in Singapore? Actor Nathaniel Ho, better known as Nat Ho, will be bringing in popular Taiwanese bubble tea brand, Bobii Frutii, to Clementi Mall this month, with prices ranging from $4.90 for kiwi green tea to $6.90 for yogurt and milk blends.
Which do you prefer? Bridal makeup in the past or present? Video by: Nurul Azliah Aripin Makeup by Laea Hidayah Hair by Fadli Rahman Models: Carey Wong, Fatin and Rumya More beauty stories here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/beauty Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Organisers for Flashbang say the recent controversy about their invitation to musicians and buskers to perform at their event for exposure was due to their unfamiliarity with engaging artists. Earlier this month, musician Amanda Tee posted on Facebook an email she received from Invade inviting her to perform at Flashbang, Singapore’s first and largest creative retail playground in Orchard Road. In spite of the online flak from musicians such as Tee and Sam Driscoll, organisers have managed to fill all the slots for their paid performances and have also invited professional emcees to host their open mic performances.
Turritopsis Dohrnii has been making the rounds of Singaporean net space thanks to the pursuit of his dream–to be a Japanese Adult Video or JAV actor. He’s going about it in a very persistent, passionate and straightforward manner: by creating content, attending expos and conferences–and paying girls at least 1000 yen to hug him and […] The post Jayley Woo did a paid test shoot with Turritopsis Dohrnii Teo En Ming before she was a MediaCorp talent appeared first on Alvinology.
The vitriol came from all over Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, causing the group to close its accounts on those social media networks. While some netizens are up in arms over the teens calling themselves a ‘K-pop girl group’, some of Singapore’s own starlets have spoken out in support of the girls, including singer Nathan Hartono, social media stars Preetipls and Dee Kosh, and radio DJ Nic Shields.
While clay artist Jocelyn Teo has created works for local celebrities such as Sugie Phua and Sylvester Sim, the 30-year-old never imagined that she would one day receive an email query from the manager of international R&B star John Legend. The clay artist of eight years then had to contain her excitement before her six-minute FaceTime call with the “All of Me” singer. The project was a birthday gift for Legend’s model wife Chrissy Teigen, and it required Teo to create 15 miniature food sculptures replicating the dishes from Teigen’s cookbook “Cravings”.
Fans of llao llao in Singapore have taken to social media to mourn the loss of the yoghurt chain, a day after a Channel NewsAsia report on Wednesday night (6 December) saying that the Spanish brand will be phasing out all of its 29 outlets starting 7 December. Judging by the Yolé Taiwan Facebook page, the dessert brand will also offer frozen yoghurt with a variety of toppings. On Thursday (7 Dec), fans in Singapore rushed to llao llao to grab final cups of their favourite frozen yoghurt.
As we usher in the year-end holidays, many of us might have already started on our 2018 plans. Here, we have next year’s Chinese astrology predictions by fengshui consultant Joey Yap. The 40-year-old has given pointers that might help guide you with your love life, career, health and wealth throughout the year of the dog. Chinese New Year celebrations in 2018 start on 16 February. Dog Those born in the year of the dog will experience their fair share of personal and professional problems in 2018, with matters from one aspect of your life having the tendency to spill into another. ...
Not many K-pop fans noticed them, but a lot of Singaporean netizens did. A group of 13 Singaporean teenagers made a debut video introducing their group as “BEAUNITE.” Their video suddenly went viral after posting it on Youtube and Instagram. Only proves the popularity of K-pop in Singapore among the internet generation. After all, K-pop […] The post Netizens: everything wrong with “BEAUNITE” [Singapore’s self-proclaimed first ever K-pop girl group] appeared first on Alvinology.
The National Gallery Singapore has revealed that international artist Rirkrit Tiravanija has been chosen for the second installment of its roof garden commission series, with a project featuring a bamboo maze and a wooden tea house at its center. With its interactive approach, it will invite visitors to rediscover Southeast Asian traditions, as they navigate the large bamboo maze, participate in tea ceremonies by local and international tea masters, and attend monthly performances that will feature among a diverse range of programs.
McDonald’s Singapore has discontinued the Quarter Pounder with Cheese. McDonald’s Singapore has discontinued the “Quarter Pounder with Cheese” burger on 6 December and will replace it with another item called “The Original Angus”. The latest update by the fast food chain surfaced on social media after a customer posted on the company’s Facebook page on Monday (4 December), expressing disappointment that his presumably favourite burger was no longer available, two days ahead of the official date for the burger’s last day of sale.
Each week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles a beauty blogger that is based in Singapore. Get to know their beauty secrets and find out how you can improve your daily skincare and makeup regime. This week, we feature Venecia Lim, who runs the Dayre blog hoppypoppyz.
South Korean boyband VIXX may have looked all serious in their black outfits, but the mood at their "Shangri-La in Singapore 2017" concert on Saturday (2 December) was anything but. The 6-member group charmed fans at Zepp @ Bigbox with hits such as "Error", "Love Me Do", "Hot Enough" and "Blackout".
Local singer-songwriter Boon Hui Lu, 23, impressed the judges and audience on live talent show “Taiwan Hopestar” on Saturday (2 December), when she performed “Stranger in the North” by Malaysian hip hop artist Namewee and Chinese-American singer Wang Leehom. Boon sang and rapped to the ballad and received loud applause from the audience at the end of her three-minute performance.
Singapore foodies, if you ever wanted a detailed, vivid illustration of every single culinary dish of your desire and taste, local illustrator Lee Xin Li’s newest work is for you. The 29-year-old illustrator, who works at DP Architects, is known for his nostalgic and highly detailed illustrations drawing inspiration from his childhood memories, culture and heritage in Singapore. He posted the illustration on Instagram and Behance, an online platform for creatives, on Tuesday (5 December).
This coming weekend brings us all kinds of end-of-year December fun from mainstay nightlife event ZoukOut to Christmas fairs and even a Santa Run.
Planning a blue-themed Christmas party this year? Then you might want to serve your guests glasses of blue wine, which is now available in Singapore. A year after this odd colour of wine was introduced to the world by Spanish firm Gik, the entrepreneurs behind Singapore’s Harry Potter-themed cafe (Platform 1094) and restaurants Fresh Fruits Lab and Blue Willow have brought the wine to our shores just in time for the year-end celebrations. ...
The recent spate of rainy days have got us in the mood for one thing — steamboat! As days cool and skies pour, we can hardly think of anything more fitting food-wise than to gather with our favourite people around a piping hot pot of goodness. From super shiok prawn broth hot pot to a steamboat buffet with freeflow xiao long baos, we've rounded up all our favourite spots for steamboat into this week's guide. . This article was originally published on burpple.com. Download the app for iPhone and Android now at burpple.com/getapp!
Fiona Xie, Pierre Png and Tan Kheng Hua are among the Singaporeans cast in ‘Crazy Rich Asians’. Singaporean actress Tan Kheng Hua has officially become our fitness role model after she posted a photo of herself on Instagram on Monday (4 December) showing off her toned physique. For the record, Tan is 54 years old.
“Nothing is impossible,” said Singapore clay artist Jocelyn Teo on Instagram over the weekend, after it was revealed that American singer John Legend had given his model wife Chrissy Teigen miniature food sculptures created by the artist. Teo had been working on 15 miniature food replicas based on Teigen’s recipe book “Cravings” since August this year, and had even discussed with the 38-year-old “All of Me” singer over Facetime about the project. According to Teo, it was Teigen who had introduced Legend to Aiclay, the name of Teo’s miniature sculpture business.
Singapore’s first burlesque performer, Sukki Singapora has been making a splash in Hollywood this year, thanks to the support of Grammy Award-winning music producer David Foster.
Singapore actress Jaime Teo remains very much involved with “Twelve Cupcakes” after selling the business to an Indian tea company in January this year. On Monday (4 December), the winner of Miss Universe Singapore 2001 announced the cupcake chain’s launch of a new range of chewy cookies that will come in six flavours. According to her post on Instagram, they will be available at chain’s outlets in Bugis Junction, Changi City Point, Jurong Point, Nex and Orchard Gateway.
Fresh fruits, cream and sugar in a cup. South Korea’s BonBon desserts are in Singapore with the opening of Cafe de Paris at 313@Somerset. Grape, mango, strawberry, cherry, blueberry and raspberry are some of the fruits customers can choose from. They are cut into bite-sized pieces, layered with fluffy non-dairy cream and topped with powdered sugar. Each cup can be shared with up to four people, and is priced from $17.80 to $19.80. Other beverages such as matcha latte and cold-pressed juices are also available. If you love cakes, Cafe de Paris has a selection of tea cakes that might be too pretty to eat. Cafe de Paris is located on the Basement 1 level of the 313@Somerset shopping mall at Orchard Rd. More food stories here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/food Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Singapore-based social media star and fashion designer Yoyo Cao can now add “mother” to her list of titles. At this year’s Singapore Fashion Week, Cao released her Winter 2017 collection for her own label, Exhibit, where her good friend and fellow social media star, Irene Kim, made an appearance on Exhibit’s runway show.
The Japanese musician will be performing live in Singapore for the first time on 8 December. Japanese artiste Suga Shikao already has his free time in Singapore planned out ahead of his visit to the island this week. “I want to go to Night Zoo (Night Safari), USS (Universal Studios Singapore) and drink Tiger beer and eat chilli crab!” the veteran musician told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, adding that he wanted to sightsee for four additional days after his concert on Friday (8 December).