Vittles is situated along Sembawang Road after Kathib Camp. It's at the same building as the drive-through MacDonald's. This suburban dining serves pasta, burgers, and grills. The mains come with a wide choice of 10 side dishes, e.g. gratinated potato, coleslaw, cheese pasta salad and others.
The Blue Mansion is the second film by director Glen Goei after Forever Fever in 1998. The film, which made its name abroad before it was screened in Singapore, had its debut at the 14th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) and later, the Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF). Cast includes several theatre veterans such as Patrick Teoh (Voice of Malaysia), Louisa Chong, Kay Siu Lim (Phua Chu Kang), Adrian Pang and many others. And hence, the film has a strong theatrical influence - a conscious and deliberate choice by both writer Ken Kwek and director Glen Goei.
Located at the corner of Keong Siak Road, this porridge place is popular with both youngsters and foreigners alike. Also, a popular stop over for night cycling groups. This double storey shop is well-known for its frog's leg porridge and is open 24-hours.
Paul Arden, the author of “Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite”, and “It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be” was a former creative director for Saatchi and Saatchi.
Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite is one of those books, that’s a good toilet read. That’s where we get the most ingenious ideas anyway. The book features short bursts of ideas and is witty from cover to cover, and for people who don’t particularly like words, it’s filled with thought provoking photographs and illustrations to boot.
The advice in the book goes against almost everything we’re taught. Don’t go to university. It’s not always good to have ideas. Steal.
My opinion, excellent advice for the creative mind. Arden goes has a twist to everything in this book, he is basically trying to say, think creatively. The book’s a good read when you’re in dire need of inspiration and a random smirk to perk you up on the way to work.