Held from Aug 4 to Aug 6 at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, it features some 90 programmes over four days, which can get overwhelming for the casual visitor. The second edition of the Singapore Coffee Festival is a multi- faceted lifestyle festival covering food, drinks, art and sustainability issues.
The two rare birds, Lugia and Articuno are now available for Pokemon Go fanatics around the world. Finding a Legendary Raid is pretty much the same as finding a normal one: the raids that you’re interested in are indicated by five little Rhydon icons, and you’ll see a big, majestic bird next to each. Raid countdown timers do not seem to be appearing anymore, so the birds will just show up when they show up.
Hundreds of thousands of foreign maids and construction workers are based in Singapore, one of Asia’s wealthiest economies.
Singapore in 2015 and 2016 arrested 40 “radicalized” Bangladeshi workers who it said were plotting violence in their homeland. All but six — currently serving jail terms for terrorism and terrorist financing — have been repatriated.
Espoo, Finland & Beijing, China – Nokia and Xiaomi announced that they have signed a business collaboration agreement and a multi-year patent agreement, including a cross license to each company’s cellular standard essential patents. Xiaomi also acquired patent assets from Nokia as part of the transaction.
Happiness is not an accident. It’s not a state that randomly occurs when the stars align, nor a coincidence or a lucky windfall like buying a winning lottery ticket. In fact, there’s nothing random at all about happiness: it’s the natural product of our choices – small choices that all of us make every minute of every hour of every day.
Yes, there are many things in life that we have little or no control over, and these may be non-trivial things like natural disasters or health crises that bring real pain, discomfort and stress. Nobody – not even the wealthiest or most culturally-speaking “powerful” among us – can control the whims of fate – but what we can control is how we react to what comes our way.
Nokia’s 3310 phone has been relaunched nearly 17 years after its debut., If you were a fan of the 3310, the likelihood is you’ll want to pick this up. The Nokia 3310 is among the first hit by Nokia that almost be a no-brainer of a purchase back in the millenial age. Its low price, pleasing feature set, exchangeable cover and long battery life make it appealing for anyone looking for a back-up handset, festival phone or just a simple retro buy. The revamped version will be sold under licence by the Finnish start-up HMD Global, which also unveiled several Nokia-branded Android smartphones.