Author: Kay Lee

Born in Singapore and raised across three continents, Kay has developed an affinity for writing, clothes, architecture, and food. Being a part of so many different cultures has also turned her into an accidental purveyor of the elusive “best” tea blend. She is continually foraging for the finest leaves, searching for the perfect blend; while sampling the tastiest accompanying tidbits.

Ramadan in Singapore: a Guide

Family Fun, Parenting

Ramadan is going online this year. Yup, thanks to circuit breaker regulations due to COVID-19, there will be no Geylang Serai Ramadan...

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Earth Day 2020: Upcycled Craft Ideas for #stayhome Fun

Family Fun, Preschooler & Up

It is Earth Day today, Wednesday 22 April, and while you and the kids are in #stayhome mode, there’s lots you can do to celebrate this...

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8 Eco-friendly Resort Getaways for your next Family Holiday

Family Fun

Sustainability has become a buzzword in every aspect of our lives, from food to packaging, and even travel. However, travel can be harmful...

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IWD 2020 Celebrations in Singapore – Because Ladies, We Rock!

Parenting

International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on 8 March every year. This year’s campaign theme, #EachforEqual, celebrates our...

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Best FREE Book Apps for Kids

Baby & Toddler, Preschooler & Up

Reading and fostering a love of books has been an integral part of parenting for years. However, starting young ones on reading can be...

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CNY 2020: ‘Huat’ to Do to Have an Eco-friendly, Sustainable, Zero Waste CNY in the Year of the Metal Rat

Family Fun

Chinese New Year is often a massive affair for those who celebrate it. We love the feasting, the gatherings, and the traditions that go...

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Zero-Waste, Eco-friendly Christmas Gifts for Everyone in the Family (2019)

Family Fun

With 2019 being Singapore’s Singapore’s Year Towards Zero Waste, why not give eco-friendly Christmas gifts that are also as...

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Help your Child Grow Tall (or taller) with Tian Qi and these Traditional Recipes

Preschooler & Up

Please let my child be short, said no mum ever. Indeed, the quest for height is an age-old one, forged by the belief that tall equals...

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