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Thursday, April 2, 2020

What do Singaporeans buy in JB? – Part One

We all know it - That bumper to bumper traffic between JB and Singapore Causeways over the weekends but why do we still cross the Causeway anyway? Newspapers have...

AJFC Malaysia 2018 Crowns Southern Region Champions

Eighteen young Southern footballers are one step closer to earning a golden ticket to be part of the Allianz Junior Football Camp (AJFC) in Munich and the chance to train with FC...

Tiny Island of Treasures: Pulau Merambong

A tiny gem in between Malaysia and Singapore, Pulau Merambong lies in the Tebrau Straits, close to Mukim Tanjung Kupang. It is a small island with a startling array of biodiversity, from...

Book Week at Crescendo HELP International School

Crescendo HELP International School had their Book Week recently with a range of exciting activities, from house writing competition to Bedtime Stories where students returned in the evening wearing pajamas, to book...

Sungai Johor – Johor’s Lifeline

Sungai Johor begins in Gunung Gemeruh, ends its 122.7 km journey in the Tebrau Strait and is an important source of freshwater to both Malaysia and Singapore. The river system historically allowed...

What is ‘Superfood’?

‘Superfood’ is loosely defined as food of high nutritional level which contributes to overall well-being. It is commonly used as a marketing term by food companies and health gurus to promote a...

Entertaining visitors?

If you have overseas visitors staying with you, and you want to go out for the day, where do you go? My favourite choice is a drive out to the fishing village...

Weekend in Singapore – Festival Survival

For Johorians looking forward to some fun, opting for a weekend in Singapore never seems to be a bad idea. However, with the current exchange rate for Singapore Dollars and Malaysian Ringgit...

Sharing Our Pepper & Gambier Heritage

I was at Muzium Tokoh Johor, within the historic Datuk Jaafar Building at Bukit Senyum to attend an event organised by Yayasan Warisan Johor (YWJ) or Johor Heritage Foundation.

Watoto Children’s Choir in Johor Bahru

Recue, Raise and Rebuild The Watoto Children’s Choir, whose members are orphans and vulnerable children, was in Johor Bahru recently to present ‘Signs & Wonders’, an energetic musical show...
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