Research demonstrates that the brain is most receptive to learning and change during the early years of life. This ‘neuroplasticity’ window underscores the critical importance of addressing developmental challenges as early as possible. Timely identification and intervention, then, can significantly improve a child’s developmental trajectory, enhancing their social, communication, and behavioural skills. By recognising the signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and seeking help promptly, parents can provide their children with tailored interventions that pave the way for more positive outcomes. Continue reading 5 Tips for Early Intervention of Autism in Children
In a place where modern and traditional elements effortlessly blend, Singapore is a visual treat for photography enthusiasts and travellers alike. Here one can find many historic landmarks and futuristic structures all over the famed Lion City.
One of the highlights of any trip to SG, of course, is the experience of the country’s architectural wonders. Once you see Singapore’s diverse and cutting-edge architecture up close, you’ll understand why it’s one of Southeast Asia’s treasure troves for travel photos. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE]10 Beautiful Buildings to Photograph in Singapore
Brasserie Astoria is the Frantzen Group’s second venture in Singapore, after their highly acclaimed three-Michelin-star fine dining restaurant Zen. The new and casual Brasserie Astoria is the first overseas outpost of Sweden. It mirrors its Stockholm flagship that occupies what was once Astoria Cinema.
Located in Victoria Concert Hall Singapore, the restaurant houses 100 seats, a private dining room for 10, and a bar and lounge that seat 22 people. At Braserie Astoria, diners can enjoy a distinctly international twist on the traditional brasserie experience set prepared by Head Chef Emil Cecil Ess, a former Zen team member. Continue reading [SG EATS] Brasserie Astoria by Frantzen Group at Victoria Concert Hall Singapore
Akira Back is a modern Japanese cuisine restaurant featuring reinvented flavours, Korean accents, and global influences by world-renowned chef Akira Back. The restaurant is part of the dining concepts managed by JW Marriott Singapore South Beach. It is conveniently located within walking distance of Esplanade MRT station and access to the hotel as well. Continue reading [SG EATS] Indulgent Set Lunch Menu At Akira Back | JW Marriott Singapore South Beach
It often takes a significant amount of financial resources to send a child to an international school. Compared to local public schools and even some private schools, international academic institutions typically have higher tuition fees. This is the case in many countries including the US, China, and Switzerland. There’s also the matter of managing additional expenses such as application fees, uniforms, textbooks, extracurricular activities, transportation, and school trips. Considering all these, though, international schools are well worth the investment. Such an academic setting provides students with personalized attention, world-class facilities, a well-rounded education, exposure to different languages and cultures, and avenues to expand their social and academic horizons, among other benefits. Continue reading 9 No-Nonsense Financial Tips for Parents Sending Their Children to an International School
Sports betting has become extremely popular in Singapore, with many citizens engaging in a wide variety of activities. The popularity of sports betting in Singapore has grown rapidly in recent years, making it one of the most popular forms of gambling in the country. This is largely due to the availability of different betting options and the ease of accessing betting sites online. Continue reading Ultimate Guide For Crypto Betting in Singapore
Ginger. Lily located on level five (5) in Hilton Singapore Orchard has launched Nikei-Inspired Afternoon Tea. The botanical-inspired lobby lounge and bar offers not only afternoon tea, but artisanal cakes meticulously crafted by Chef Cindy Khoo and craft cocktails inspired from native herbs, flowers, and spices. This new chapter of the afternoon tea is inspired by the flavours of Nikkei cuisine, presenting a harmonious synthesis of Japanese and Peruvian elements. Continue reading [SG EATS] Nikkei-Inspired Afternoon Tea at Ginger Lily | Hilton Singapore Orchard
赞麵館 猪肉粉 Like Mee Noodle House first established in Subang Jaya, Malaysia. It started off with a pork noodle stall in Petaling Jaya before it expanded to Johor state in recent years. Helmed by Madam Shirley who has 20 years of experience, her pork bone soup noodles are well-loved by customers.
The signature pork soup base includes pork bones and other ingredients and is boiled for at least 8 hours to turn into a rich and thick pork bone broth. Thus, this explains why the brand has successfully developed to branches around Malaysia. Continue reading [JB EATS] 赞麵館 猪肉粉 Like Mee Noodle House – Pork Noodles in Johor Bahru
Revolver, a MICHELIN restaurant located at Tras Street is a contemporary Indian restaurant. Helmed by Executive Chef Saurabh Udinia and his team showcase Indian cooking sensibilities with international flair and seasonal ingredients. Expect a true avant-garde dining experience with Chef Saurabh at Revolver. Continue reading [SG EATS] Revolver Launches Bullet 10 Menu Dining Experience
Honbo located at Chijmes, Singapore is the first overseas outpost by the home-grown burger joint in Hong Kong. The burger restaurant first opened in 2017 along Sun Street in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The brand’s unique rendition of American-style burgers crafted in-house by hand and fresh ingredients. Expect to enjoy the banquette seats and high stool counter seats when you dine in their Chijmes outlet. Continue reading [SG EATS] Honbo Burger – Smashed Burger from Hong Kong Opens at Chijmes | Singapore