I have just returned from a great Christmas holiday in Bali. We stayed in a lovely villa rented through www.balivillas.com and my children, 10 yrs and 8 yrs, both learnt to surf with www.balilearntosurf.com They offer a great service, including pick up and drop off, and the teachers were professional and safe. A truly wonderful experience at Christmas. Suze1 Suze1
Upcoming City Carnival will be held at the SMU campus from 8th to 11th Feb 2007. Poised to be a mega bazaar nestled in the heart of the vibrant downtown scene, City Carnival is a community-based project, where we are inviting commercial vendors, student vendors and community partners to be active participants of City Carnival. As for our publicity avenues, we will be advertising in the print media and also embark on a publicity drive via the use of posters, flyers and e-mailers. Our community partners such as Central Singapore CDC and YMCA will also assist us in reaching out to their constituents and members respectively. www.citycarnival.com.sg email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Government of France has subsidised a new 24 hour satellite news channel in order to break the so said Anglo-American bias on international news coverage. Unfortunately this will not be on Asian TV for another 3 years, however it can be accessed via the Internet using on-line video streaming at http://www.france24.com Lynn
Saw this show last night, excellent...if your French is not so good there are sub titles, but its better to get a program and read that before the show starts. Its been extended to 19th Nov and worth seeing the dance and acrobatics are amazing and the music so good we even bought the CD! My 15 yr old daughter loved it and she could follow most of the French.
My brother and I are coming to Singapore to see the parents but we want to have a bit of a party while we are there. We are not sure when to come, as we are both at university we are a bit flexible, what happens for Chinese New Year, is is big and colourful? Thanks for the helping us!
There is a film about a maid's plight working in Singapore, (Alliance Francaise Saturday)...the Straits Times asks if it depicts employers fairly. Last time it was shown in August it caused quite a stir ..at least now in standard contracts a maid should have rest days on a weekly or monthly basis as a standard practise, however this is law, so cannot be enforced.