Yes, we were in Shanghai again! Please read my previous posts on Shanghai, and my latest post on whether Shanghai is safe for kids (spoiler: yes, it is). We took the red eye flight out of Singapore at 1am, landing into Shanghai shortly after 7am to make the most of our time. It was a… Continue reading Shanghai for kids – September 2017
Last weekend we were invited for a Howlarious Halloween cook-out at Culinary On, my first time making a bento, so it was great to learn a trick or two (trick or treat!) with the kids. We attempted at making the Cartoon Network We Bare Bears bento, but just as well it’s Halloween because my… Continue reading Cartoon Network’s Howlarious Halloween
Although we are no strangers to Shanghai, we decided to take a trip there to visit our friends since we didn’t have any other September holiday plans and our friends will be moving back soon. You might like to read my other Shanghai posts here. During this period, I noticed that people have been overwhelmingly… Continue reading Shanghai for kids – safe or not?
[Media Invite] I am almost embarrassed to have been invited by Marshall Cavendish Education for yet another one of their workshops, because I have now been to a total of 6 workshops with them! I was going to sign up for these 2 courses on my own and pay for them, but since they offered… Continue reading Marshall Cavendish Education – Primary Chinese Oral and Science Parent Workshops
Media invite We were invited to a preview of the My Little Climbing Room, nestled in the Charlton estate in Hougang/Serangoon. Once we got kitted up with a harness and grip socks, they were ready to go! Make sure you bring socks that are the super grippy type! If not they also sell them there.… Continue reading My Little Climbing Room
There has been some buzz in social media recently surrounding the POSB Smart Buddy watches. Many parents, myself included, were concerned about how these electronics might affect the financial literacy of children. So to be very honest, I went to the POSB media briefing with many doubts in my mind, but I also felt that… Continue reading POSB Smart Buddy
This is a continuation of our Kyushu trip in 2017. The first post is here Kyushu with Kids 2017 – Part 1 – Mt Aso and Kurokawa. Day 3 – Minamiaso Itinerary: Leave Ryokan Wakaba Stop by Frien supermarket (or “supa”, as they’re known in Japanese) in Oguni town for supplies. Bought lunch here to… Continue reading Kyushu with Kids 2017 – Part 2 – Miamiaso, Takachiho, Fukuoka