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Drum team from Japan. Hope to catch them in concert in future. Drum Tao

Jewel Coffee Open in One Shenton Way

My brother, Adrian Khong has opened his Jewel Coffee with the La Strada machine (Barista’s dream) in 1 Shenton Way, Singapore.
Single origin bean….Chemex, Dripper…Check out more details on Jewel Coffee’s Facebook page

Chemex and many more

Try out chef’s Breakfast and lunch with Ribeye Hero, pasta or light bagel to go.  Afternoon tea yummies and even after-work beer + porkies with friends and colleagues.  

The Last Lecture

Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture, what would you do if you knew you had limited time?
Google it out on youtube but this is his co-author about the book, click on the link here

Online shopping

Online shopping websites. Shops that are never closed even on public holidays! Download here and here

Lai Choi Kuen: Charity Dim Sum Tea & Book launch Photos


India(n) Food interest New Delhi

I love Indian food especially street food.  New Delhi. Read the write-up, click here 

It will never be the same once you have tasted their cuisine.

Singapore Local hawker cuisine

Singapore has a unique culinary food culture from Australia.  The ‘hawker’ style that is so part of the lifestyle.  This food blog demonstrates a few of the favourites (it is mine, too!) Makansutra blogger Click here

Thank god it is Friday. Enjoy!


Have a good weekend!

Book by Lai Choi Kuen: Romancing History and Art

“Romancing history and art” @S$40 is a book written by Lai Choi Kuen featuring a collection of unique jewellery designed by the writer herself. Sale of the book goes to charity. See book launch and charity tea details here.  For an order form, please click here.  Otherwise, email order is also possible via

Lai Choi Kuen: Charity Dim Sum Tea & Book launch Singapore Nov 2010

Join us for an afternoon of charitable causes over delightful dim sum and tea/coffee at the top of OCBC Centre, Singapore.  “Romancing History & Art”(S$40 per copy), written by Lai Choi Kuen, featuring a collection of unique jewellery designed by Choi, will be launched at Tea (Click here for flyer). The jewellery pieces were created using antique Chinese miniature works of art.
Ticket: S$80/head  Click here for Tea order form
Date: 27 Nov 2010
Time: 1500 – 1700hrs 

Venue: Peach Garden @ OCBC 33rd Floor

Your S$80 ticket to tea comes with one copy of the book courtesy of JIA House of Fine Chinese Art and a 20% dining discount voucher courtesy of Peach Garden (T&C on voucher applies). You will also be treated to a mini jewelry show.

And when you pay S$80, you will be pleased to know that S$60 will go into a pot of fund to be allocated equally to the following five beneficiaries:
Five beneficiaries*:
Noah’s Ark
Tan Ah Tah-SAWL Fund Scholarship fund for the Handicapped
The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund
Zeus Communications
• China Society Singapore
* Please visit their websites/blog or email for more information on their respective causes
At Tea we look to raise further funds with:
• an auction of jewellery pieces (download catalogue here) designed by Choi, with all proceeds generated going towards the beneficiaries in equal share
• a donation of 20% of sale proceeds from over-the-counter sale of jewellery designed by Choi
• sale of books, with all proceeds going towards the beneficiaries of your choice
We look forward to seeing you at Tea
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