Brace yourself. The McDonalds Hello Kitty craze is back!!!
In celebration of Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, Hello Kitty is dressed up as her friends and appearing for the first time shaped like a balloon. Total of 6 design in this series: Pompompurin, Osaru No Monkichi, My Melody, Kerokerokeroppi, Bad Badtz-Maru and Tuxedo Sam. Singapore is one of the first country in the world to get the Hello Kitty Bubbly World Series.
McDonalds Singapore will start selling the Collectors’ Set from 23 April, 11am. The Collectors’ Set include all 6 Hello Kitty Bubbly World plush toys, a 40th Anniversary Certificate, 6 McDonald’s Extra Value Meal vouchers valued at $5 each. Priced at $80, the set will be available for online purchase only while stock last. You can choose between delivery by Speedpost or self-collection at a Singpost POPstation. Estimated delivery dates for both Speedpost and POPstation will be from 28 April to 12 May.
If you don’t want to buy the whole set, individual Hello Kitty Bubbly World plush toy will be available at McDonalds Singapore restaurants from 28 April, 11am. Priced at $4.95 each with purchase of an Extra Value Meal, 1 new design will be available every Monday from 11am for 6 weeks. Each customer can buy up to a maximum of 4 Hello Kitty Bubbly World plush toys per store visit. While stocks last.
Ever wonder why some backflip fail in such an epic manner? Or why you shouldn’t hop onto a running treadmill? Join Richard Hammond, as he takes you behind-the-scenes on a 14-part series that review some of the Internet’s most shocking viral videos of stunts-gone-wrong. Find out what went wrong behind these unfortunate experiences. Have a good laugh and then listen up for the sciences behind the cause of each fail attempt.
The Science of Stupid premiere on National Geographic Channel this coming Wednesday (23 April 2014), 10pm on SingTel mio TV Ch 201 or StarHub TV Ch 411.
I’m a huge fan of Civilization. That’s why I’m excited when I heard about Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth.
Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth is a new science fiction themed turn based game similar to the Civilization game that we are familiar with. The events of the game are set roughly 200 to 300 years from the present. As part of an expedition sent to find a home beyond Earth after the collapse of modern society, you lead your people into a new frontier, explore and colonize an alien planet and create a new civilization in space.
Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth will be released in Fall/Autumn 2014.
Sounds fun. Fans of Civilization and Alpha Centauri will definitely love Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth.
Miffy, the cute little rabbit from Netherlands, is here in Singapore. Specially flown in by KLM, Miffy will be making a guest appearance at Gardens By The Bay during Tulipmania.
Join Miffy on Easter Sunday (20 April 2014) for a Easter Egg Hunt at the Flower Dome. Eligible for children 3-12 years old (Parent supervision is required for kids aged 3-6 years old). There will be a total of 3 sessions (11am, 1pm and 3pm). Each session is half an hour long. Registration starts half an hour before each session, inside Flower Dome. Maximum of 30 kids per session.
Miffy will also be making a guest appearance on 26 April 2014 (11am, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm) for the Tulip Cheer.
Tulipmania is happening at The Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay from 14 Apr – 4 May 2014.
VivoCity is having a Fashion Parade this long weekend. To launch the series of fashion runway shows, the opening ceremony show headlined by TANGS showcased a Spring campaign theme titled I AM NOT A FASHION ADDICT! – a tongue-in-cheek fashion satire bringing to life the confession of a fashion addict in denial. The TANGS show featured playful looks with lots of bright colours for Spring/Summer and a dash of quirkiness.
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