Jin Shan Cheng

Ma La Steamboat! In the morning, I went to the Bei Hai Gong Yuan (will be posting about this soon). And the previous days at Beijing was REALLY cold. I was super excited about the fact that I’m going to eat Steamboat! A friend recommended me to this place so I decided to pop by. The restaurant actually serves more than just Steamboat. They also serve Chong Qing dishes. To be frank, I’m not a fan of Ma La Steamboat.…

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Lime Flea Market – 23rd Feb

Yes, a very long overdue post. My best buds and I had some stuff to clear and here we are – LIME Flea Market. “Some stuff to clear” were actually clothes that we bought online and the size/cutting wasn’t right when it arrived. Sigh. I am so ashamed about the $300 worth of clothes that I bought online. Every single one of those are brand new and well, don’t fit me. So, to the Flea Market for some yelling and…

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Boredom leads to many a things

I did it! Yes people. I quit. I walked right up to my boss with my pristine white envelope in my right hand, gave him a sickly sweet smile and dropped the letter full of sweet-nothings onto his desk. He looked at me in shock. I leaned over and whispered “it’s over”. And then I sat down in front of him, crossed my legs and looked at him straight in the eye and told him that I am a valuable…

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Wang Ping – 6 course meal dinner!

Day 2 at Beijing, I had dinner at this high-class restaurant called Wang Ping. So damn expensive, but the following pictures will show you how damn delicious it was! It was a 6 course meal. Something like TAO’s in Singapore, only difference is, the food is of a higher quality. There were several categories (6 courses) and within each category, there were quite a variety of items to choose from! I was excited to begin choosing! The first course was…

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Yummy Potato Chips!

Some big brands are available in most parts of the world. I especially love exploring the local supermarkets in different countries to see what’s on the shelves! I went crazy in China’s supermarkets. In China, LAYS’s potato chips are quite different from what we have in Singapore. One of the things I love about travelling is checking out new flavors of familiar products. It’s true that they can’t have one standard set of flavours across the world (imagine local china…

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