Birthday Party – Ninja Gangnam Style
Celebrations & Occasions | Fun With Kids

Birthday Party – Ninja Gangnam Style

We didn’t think we could top last year’s Laser Tag birthday party for my son. But apparently, a party at NIGHT, in the dark, outdoors is just as appealing, if not more so for 8-year-old boys! And so the Ninja Party was born. The party was held in the evening (6pm – 9pm). All the…

GOD, Why Did You Take My Baby Away?
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GOD, Why Did You Take My Baby Away?

Today’s posting is submitted by guest writer, Kian who shares her quest to have a second child. Read about the emotional challenges she faced and the faith she gained in the end. For the past 5 years, I had been asking God many questions. Asked why did He allow my 3 unborn babies be brought…

New Girl In Town: Doc McStuffins
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New Girl In Town: Doc McStuffins

Disney Junior jumps onto the girly kids’ program bandwagon with the Asian première of Doc McStuffins this coming Monday. Animated series on television targeted at boys aged 3-6 years old are aplenty – Bob the Builder, Thomas the Train, Handy Manny, Little Bill, Go Diego Go, Special Agent Oso, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, Phineas and Ferb……

Engaging Parents | Fun With Kids | Secondary (13 - 17)

Schools offering Integrated Programme in Singapore

The Integrated Programmes (IP) have been implemented since the beginning of 2004 to provide clearly university-bound pupils a seamless secondary and junior college enriched education. The pupils proceed directly to the GCE ‘A’-Levels (or its equivalent, such as the International Baccalaureate or school-based diploma) without the need to take the GCE ‘O’-Level Examination. The time…

Asian Values: Modelling Respect For His Students
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Asian Values: Modelling Respect For His Students

In our Chinese custom, respect for your elders trumps most other values. Hence, I was not surprised when we enroll our son in a local Chinese school, the first thing the school principal taught the newly accepted primary one students during orientation was to bow in respect whenever they see an adult, be they teachers, principals or…