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Archive for May, 2014

22
May

Different Precincts in Chinatown

Singapore’s Chinatown is located within Outam. The Chinatown of today is significantly less of a territory than it once was due to the fact that the largest ethnological group in the county is Chinese. The term Chinatown is a term given by the British as Chinatown and is usually used today by non-Chinese Singaporeans to refer to the place. Chinese Singaporeans on the other hand commonly refer to the place as Niu Che Shui because the name Chinatown commonly refers to territories of Chinese people in regions wherein Chinese individuals are the minority). 

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Nonetheless, the area does maintain important cultural and historical status. Large parts of the area have been declared national heritage sites that are officially indicated for preservation by the country’s Urban Redevelopment Authority. Chinatown consists of a number of precincts which are Telok Ayer, Kreta Ayer, Ann Siang Hill, Bukit Pasoh and Tanjong Pagar. Telok Ayer was the original focal point of settlement in the area. The precinct is home to many Muslim mosques as well as Chinese temples that have been present since the first days of Chinatown.

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Drinking establishments and restaurants have recently begun emerging in the precinct’s streets. Kreta Ayer is deemed by a number of people to be the center of Chinatown. The precinct houses attractions such as the Kreta Ayer Wet Market, Chinatown Night Market, Chinatown Food Street and Chinatown Heritage Centre. Kreta Ayer is both a favoured place for local cuisine as well as a famous tourist attraction. Ann Siang Hill is a precinct that is named in honor of a rich Hokkien Chinese sawmiller who obtained the area to serve as his house and estate property in the 1800s.

Presently, the slopes of the Ann Siang Hill are full of cafes, drinking places and quirky shops, consequently making it a popular hangout place for the younger generations. Bukit Pasoh, commonly known as the Street of Clans is a historic and current home of a number of Chinese clan and cultural associations. Tanjong Pagar was once the center of operations for rickshaw pullers. Today, the precinct is popular for its large number bridal saloons. The area also houses the country’s tallest flat which is the Pinnacle at Duxton.

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19
May

Cultural Distinctions and Attractions in Little India

Little India is an ethnic area in the county that is west of the Singapore River, located east of the river across from Chinatown and north of Kampong Glam. Both Little India and Chinatown is part of the Urban Planning Area of Rochor. The area is commlony referred to as Tekka by the local Tamil community.

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The area is unique from the Chulia Kampong area which was initially a division of colonial Singapore under the Raffles Plan of Singapore wherein Tamil immigrants would dwell in under the British policy of cultural separation. Nonetheless, as the Chulia Kmapong area became more and more populated and as the struggle for available residential land escalated, a number of ethnic Tamils moved out into an area which is presently known as Little India.

Serangoon Road is the key commercial access road in the area. The road crosses Bukit Timah Sungei Road and Rochor Canal Road. The Tekka Mall, the Tekka Centre, Mustafa Centre, the Little India Arcade and the Serangoon Plaza can be located along Serangoon road. Farrer Park Fields is situated in the area.

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A number of mosques, Hindu temples and many other places of worship such as Kampong Kapor Methodist Church, Foochow Methodist Church, Angullia Mosque, Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Jalan Mosque, Sri Vadapathira Kailamman Temple and the Central Sikh Gurdwara, Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, Buddhist Sakyamuni Buddha Gaya Temple (features a high tower or gopuram), Leong San See Temple and Abdul Gafoor mosque (features Renaissance and Arabian style architecture) can be located within the area.

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08
May

How to Save Money Fast

Saving need not to last for a lifetime or until you reach retirement. You can save money early if you only know how to spend wisely and how not to spend wisely.

  • Cut out unnecessary expenses. Food, shelter and clothing are the necessary expenses of every person, and anything not included here can be considered as unnecessary expenses. Do you have collections like ceramics, stickers, car accessories or others? These are unnecessary, and you can survive without them. If you want to save money, cut out your expenses on these things.
  • Buy one of all things. One is enough, two is too much, and three is over. Remember this and you can save money by not buying too much of the things you actually have. If you already have a pair of rubber shoes, you do not need another one. If you have a sturdy back pack, you do not need another one. For you to be true to this rule on saving, always choose quality products than quantity one.
  • Invest on good brands. Buy products which are sturdy, and can last for a long time. The longer the product lasts, the higher your savings because you do not need to buy the product over and over again. The cost of good brands may be high, but with its quality that will last long, the savings you will have will be higher.
  • Have a savings goal. How much do you like to save? Have a goal, and make sure to reach them. It is only through this discipline of pushing yourself to save that you can truly save.
05
May

Interior Design Ideas for Your Small Home

One of the most common housing choices in type of housing in Singapore is owning a condominium or having an apartment. This type of housing is perfect for the working class who are a large part of Singapore’s population. Having an apartment or condominium means having the comfort to live alone, pay your own small bills and have your own private life. Nonetheless, having apartments or condominiums may also mean small space and just enough area for house necessities like kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. Despite these facts, one can still make the most of his place by assuring a desirable interior design.

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1.Creative Walls

The role of the wall is to divide the different areas of the house, but why not make it more creative by making it a space where you attach the cupboards for the kitchen as well as the living room? Most houses have a floor place of having the kitchen and living room near each other. Use the walls dividing this area to put the cupboard for the kitchen where one can put or display utensils and cupboard for the living room where the television, play station and other gadgets can be placed.

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2. Mini Models

Choose a smaller table over a full-sized coffee table. Choose cute bean bags or mini sofas than a king’s chair. Go for creative beds like the double deck bed which has a workplace under rather than a bed. Refrigerators, ovens, pans, plates, glasses and other kitchen utensils also have their smaller versions which you can always pick. Not everything that is small looks thrifty; some really looks cute and even classy if you pick the right color and style for the furniture or house equipment you pick.

3. Light Colors

White, sky blue, mint green and peach are the desirable colors which you should use to paint your house. When one uses light colors, the space looks bigger, fresher and cleaner. This can also inhibit the accumulation of heat inside the house as well as eye sore because of the warm color. It can also easily match the color of the furniture you will pick.

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