Review: The Young Entrepreneurs Camp
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Review: The Young Entrepreneurs Camp

Sign your kids up for The Young Entrepreneurs Camp this June school holiday. This American-based program is highly recommended for kids aged between 7 to 15 years old to learn about self-discovery and creative exploration.   Last year, my son attended the “Super Spies” – Innovation and Entrepreneurship Camp conducted by the same organizers and he LOVED…

Social Media Week – Growing Up On Facebook
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Social Media Week – Growing Up On Facebook

Are we putting too much information about our children online, thereby placing them in harm’s way in their future?  As proud parents, we can’t wait to share our pride and joy in our offspring with the world. Every cutesy picture of them is posted on Facebook. We document their growth progress and share about their…

Giveaway: Word Winder – CLOSED
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Giveaway: Word Winder – CLOSED

Gongxi Gongxi!  We are giving away 3 sets of WORD WINDER game in celebration of the coming Chinese Lunar Snake Year! In our previous post, we shared about the phenomenal word game that took America by storm and arrived on our Asian shores late last year. An incredibly fun, addictive, and challenging game, the WORD WINDER appeals to the child or adult, regardless…

Travelling with Kids: Dubai Aquarium (Review)
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Travelling with Kids: Dubai Aquarium (Review)

Our first sight of the Dubai Aquarium was the astounding glass panel INSIDE the Dubai Mall!! Measuring a whopping 32.88m wide, 8.3m high, the acrylic viewing panel easily allows the Dubai Aquarium to be the holder of the Guinness World Records (2010) as the world’s LARGEST single acrylic viewing panel. The viewing panel is mesmerizing! You can stand for…

Published In Today: School Traffic Woes For Parents
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Published In Today: School Traffic Woes For Parents

Parents who does the school run — drop off and pick up — daily will understand the frustrations of navigating their vehicles through tight spots and trying to stay patient in the queue before some idiot decides to cut in and all hell breaks loose. These scenarios are particularly prevalent on the first days of…