Do you like Thai massages? If so, then there is one you should not miss (if you are living in Singapore or southern part of West Malaysia). About 4 years ago when I first owned a car in Singapore, I began to explore destination outside the country, and travelling across the causeway to Johor Bahru became one of my hobbies and still is today (except less frequent). One day, I came upon a shopping mall, known as Holiday Plaza, and that was where I learnt about Thong Thai Traditional Massage.
My initial experience was unbelievable great. At that time, the massage parlour was located on the 3rd storey in Holiday Plaza. Nevertheless, it is unlikely you will miss it, as the place took up quite a considerable large floor space. In addition, the entrance is wide and facing the corridor, with banners to identify it clearly. I won’t explain in details, but as compared to some of the local (Singapore) Thai massage parlour, this is one level better in standard. All the masseuses are Thai, and there are also occasional male Thai masseurs for those who require additional strength. As customers, you can indicate your preference, subject to availability. The end result was a vibrant, refreshing me, walking out of the parlour feeling fully satisfied and on cloud nine.
Last night, I went to Courts to do some research on LED Television to replace the current one that I have at home, which is an ancient old dinosaur, CRT Television.
No, there is nothing faulty about my current TV, except that it is not too good to the eyes, staring at the screen that refreshes from Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT); therefore, I would prefer something that’s cooling to the eyes and has substantial energy-saving capability – LED TV.
Courts is naturally the preferred location, as it’s near my place, and secondly, it is undergoing “severe” price reductions. What did not cross my mind is, I would actually decided to buy one on the spot!
Last night, I made a historical decision to watch a canto-pop concert at the Resort World Sentosa (RWs) in Singapore. Not that I have never attended a concert before; in fact, I have watched and even performed in lots of them, but all of them symphonic type. The closest that I have been to, in terms of vocal-type of concert is Riverdance, which was more than 10 years ago.
Grasshopper was at its pinnacle in the 80s, when it attracted fans all over Asian countries. Since then, Japanese pop took over the hype, and now Korean pop. Last night, the Compass Ballroom at RWS was packed with fans. There were east and west entrances, and queues were so unbelievable long, especially for females wanting to go to the Ladies! I wouldn’t be surprise if 80% of the turnout were females. I believe the next 19%, who are males, were there to accompany their partners (e.g. Girlfriends, wives etc.) or friends going in a group. The last 1% may be true die-hard male fans.
Royston Tan has recently produced a film to create awareness about HIV. Released on March 1st, 2012, the film has gone viral on Youtube. As it is entirely performed in Hokkien, it can only be seen on the internet, in nightclubs, karaoke lounges, and other nightspots. Different people have contributed to the song and lyrics.
This video was done as a community project.
Google Music was the latest product unveiled on Wednesday, in a bid to directly challenge Apple’s iTunes and Amazon online shop within the digital music industry. This service is made available free of charge to US residents, and the digital songs were also available immediately for purhcase online at the Android Market.
Having signed three of the four major record labels; that is, Universal, EMI and Sony Music, Google aims to increase its collection. Well, check it out yourself.
Most of us understand what is a top-level domain (TLD). With the recent approval of .XXX domain extension for sexually explicit websites, brand owners are encouraged to block their trademark names to prevent cybersquatters from trying to profit from their names in cyberspace. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann), a non-profit group, has approved the TLD, which is designed for adult entertainment industry., and believed that it will protect children from online porn.
If brand owners are unsure how much you will be affected, below is a list of questions and answers on what should be done to protect their trademarks and brand names in cyberspace.
After several months, I finally found the real reason why I have so many visitors coming to my blog site, particular on to this Pitbull page. Visitors coming in have generated quite a substantial amount of traffic and honestly, I thought it was just cool.
Even today, Pitbull is listed as the top search key word on my site, exceeding the next keyword as much as 5 times. Okay, now the truth is; I realised there are tonnes of traffic searching for the American rapper, Armando Christian Pérez, commonly known as Pitbull as his stage name.
I did not know him well until I started listening to some of the recent music hits, such as “Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)” on his collaboration with T-Pain, as well as subsequent collaboration with Jennifer Lopez on her single “On the Floor“.
The bottom line, I am aware of his existence now; and probably, thanks to him for the traffic to my site.
Just a moment ago, I came across the news from MSN, that Paul has died in his aquarium. Paul’s body is now in cold storage while the aquarium decides “how best to mark his passing.”
During his short life span, it is undoubtedly that the genius has gone on to create history in the World Cup.