Calling all Starbucks Card Members. From now till 30 April 2014, you will be able to accumulate your beverage points to redeem for your complimentary beverage 2 times faster. Yeap. Instead of 12 cups of handcraft beverage, now you just need 6.
Hurry, offer until end of this month.
The Skechers Electric Run Singapore 2014 took place last Friday and Saturday evening. It is not your usual run. In fact, I wouldn’t even consider it a run. More like a party that happen along a 5km route with lots of dancing and selfie. It was a colourful run event filled with beautiful courses like Rainbow Road and Electro Rainforest. Participants dress themselves up with wigs, bodypaints, LED glasses and lightsticks.
Hmmm…. how did I managed to miss this piece of news? Today is Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day!!!
Well, it’s not too late if you are reading this post on 8 April before 8pm. Rush down to the nearest Ben & Jerry now for your free cone. For more info, visit the Facebook event page.
Rakuten, Japan’s number one online shopping mall, has arrived in Singapore! To celebrate the launch in Singapore, the online shopping mall is having a three-day public extravaganza at Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza from today till Sunday (28 March – 30 March 2014, 11am – 10pm daily).
The Singapore site currently features 150 Japanese and local merchants with approximately 100,000 products across more than ten categories including fashion, food, health and beauty products, electronics, kids’ and babies’ products, toys and games, livingware, furniture and decoration, books, pet products, and vehicle accessories.
During the three-day “Rakuten Super Bag” extravaganza, members of the public can experience showcase of more than 300 products from Rakuten’s top merchants. There will also be Japanese culinary demonstrations by celebrities Paul Foster and Keagan Kang (March 28, 6.30pm), Michelle Chia (March 29, 5.30pm) and Wong Lilin (March 30, 2.30pm), together with a chef from merchant Kuriya Fish Market
More than 2000 people showed up for the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Singapore last Sunday afternoon despite the afternoon rain. Luckily the rain stop just in time for the parade to start at 3:30pm. Participants marched from the The Art House to Circular Road, crossing the iconic Cavenagh Bridge. Circular Road was closed for the weekend for the St Patrick’s Day Street Party.