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River Nights 2014

River Nights 2014 is happening today and tomorrow at Asian Civilisations Museum Green and Empress Place. The Singapore River takes centre stage in River Nights, the opening event for Singapore Heritage Festival 2014, and the first collaborative programme of the Empress Place Precinct – the Asian Civilisations Museum, the Arts House, Singapore River One, and Timbre.

Come celebrate the Singapore River’s changing identity from a trading artery to a magnet for locals and tourists with two nights of festival programmes including music, dance, comedy and food for all.

River Nights
Date: 18 & 19 July 2014
Time: 7pm till late
Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum Green and Empress Place

Admission is free.


Samsung Dream Exchange

Samsung wants to turn your dream into reality. Through the Samsung Dream Exchange campaign, Samsung Singapore is asking all Singaporeans and PRs to tell them their dream and the Samsung product which can help to fulfill it. Samsung will be enabling 50 of these dreams to take a step to becoming reality by gifting these selected winners with the Samsung product of their choice.


To take part in the Samsung Dream Exchange, simply log on to the microsite with a valid Facebook or Twitter account from 1 July to 8 August 2014. State the dream in 125 characters and specify the Samsung product which can help to fulfill it, using the #DreamExchange hashtag.

Deezer and GrabTaxi Bring Unlimited Music to Taxi Rides

Want to enjoy great music on your taxi rides? All you need to do is to sign up for GrabTaxi and make 1 GrabTaxi ride in the month of July to receive 2 months Deezer Premium+ Accounts absolutely free. First come first served. So hurry. For more info, visit GrabTaxi page.


Unfortunately for all existing GrabTaxi users, this deal is only applicable to new GrabTaxi users. Boo!!! However, nothing is stopping you from registering a new account using another mobile number and email address.

Vote for your favourite Stuff Cover Girl 2014

Stuff Singapore is looking for the Cover Girl for their August issue and now is your last chance to cast your vote. Vote for your favourite girl and chance to win S$5000 worth of prizes.


The winner will secure a modelling contract, a chance to share their latest tech know-how through blogging and on radio, some great gadgets and appearing on the August issue of Stuff magazine.

Voting ends on 28 May 2014. So hurry, cast your vote here now.

Apply for your NDP 2014 tickets NOW!

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is once again the time for you to ballot for the National Day Parade Tickets again!!!


You may apply for your tickets from now till 25 May 2014 via SMS, SAM and AXS stations or the NDP website. As usual, you can ballot for 2, 4 or 6 tickets to either the NDP preview (2 Aug) or the actual parade (9 Aug). Those who apply for a lower the number of tickets have a higher chance of successfully obtaining them.

Only Singapore citizens and permanent residents can apply and each NRIC holder is limited to one application regardless of the mode used to apply. All successful applicants in the NDP 2013 ticket e-balloting exercise will not be eligible for the NDP 2014 ticketing e-balloting exercise.

Successful applicants will be notified via SMS between 5 June and 14 June 2014.

Good luck everyone!

Update 20 May 2014: DO NOT APPLY for your NDP tickets via the website. The NDP website is not encrypted. This means your information is submitted in plain text which makes it easy for hackers to steal your personal information. For more info, check out Zit Seng’s Superwall. So I say again, DO NOT apply for tickets via the NDP website. I’ll update this post once I got confirmation that they secured the website with SSL. If you can’t wait, use SMS or SAM/AXS station. Thanks @jennyteo for the heads up.

Update 21 May 2014: The NDP Executive Committee has acknowledged the security flaws and will be improving the site. So endure a bit longer if you want to apply for your NDP tickets via the website.

Update 22 May 2014: OK, the E-Balloting page is now SSL secured. Should be safe to use now.