This week, Jay Chou leads his team of 10 to five rounds of PK to pick out his top 5 contestants. Do you remember some of the most popular contestants from this team like Nathan Hartono and the Low Key Duo (低调组合)? I must say that a lot of other contestants improved a lot, giving rise to a whole lot of surprises in this episode. Who do I think should stay, who should have been eliminated? What about your opinion? The summary of this episode here:
SING! CHINA has concluded the blind auditions section of the competition and now we're into the next round - ten competitors will fight for the top 5 positions of Wang Feng's Team! I can't wait to see them after Wang Feng has conducted some honing. I am especially looking forward to Xu Ge Yang - she has performed well previously and hope she can replicate that or even better. This week, I must say, the results are quite predictable with a lot of stellar performances. An episode definitely worth watching from start to end!
Anyone who loves combining their shared passions of sport and travel should consider Victoria as a hot destination to add to their bucket list. This is a state that simply loves sport, and happens to host three of the most notable sports events on the Aussie agenda each year.
Wonton noodles is one of the national prized possessions of Singapore, but it isn't easy to find a good one. Certainly, it is quick to determine a plate of wonton noodles to be 'bad', but quite difficult to find one that really hits the spot perfectly. This time, I venture into hawker centres to try more local food to bring to you reviews to the side of Singapore that deserves more emphasis! A challenger to the 'best wonton noodles' - Hup Heng Noodle House is a popular stall at West Coast Market Square that enjoys the longest queue in the entire food centre, so we had to try it of course.
Before long, we have reached the LAST episode for blind auditions in SING CHINA! The beginning of Episode 5 is extremely fast-moving, with hardly any full performances anymore, as if producers suddenly realised they can't produce a 100-episode variety show for this. But later the true episode begins after 10 minutes of that, as the judges fight for the last contestants for their team. There are multiple contestants that reflect the "VOC-quality" definitely worth watching.
There are some things in life that I never knew I needed until I actually have them. Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro is one of those. Well, it started off as an innocuous adventure to try out Swedish food which I have never had beyond Ikea meatballs. Apparently to the Swedish, Ikea's standard of meatballs is atrocious even though many locals still think very highly of them. If you love Ikea's meatballs, you have got to try Fika's, which will then instantly let you know the difference. One good thing is that you don't have to fly to Sweden to experience this. Fika is strictly Halal - so you can rest assure that there is no pork or lard in their meatballs or panbiff! Details on how to enjoy a Fika meal with a promotion in this post: