Food Revolution Day, Singapore

On 19 May 2012, the Jamie Oliver Foundation will launch its first-ever Food Revolution Day, a global day of action to inspire, educate and empower people everywhere to stand up for real food.

  • What: Food Revolution Day Dinner Party
  • When: 19th May 2012, 4:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Where: The Lawn, Biopolis Way

In Singapore, a group of passionate food lovers, are putting their heads together and organizing Food Revolution Day. This is an attempt to help spread awareness about the importance of what goes into our food.

Why we’re starting a revolution
These days, the majority of the world’s population is more likely to die from obesity than from hunger. In fact, in America, more people die from diet-related diseases every year than drugs, alcohol, and war combined.

That’s why we want to inspire change in people’s food habits and to promote the mission for better food and education for everyone.

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You can expect to see cooking demos, food photography and healthcare talks.
We will be looking forward to catch up with our food blogger friends.

Hello to Ms Tam Chiak, Derrick, Ms Lobster and Melissa 🙂

Food bloggers are a special breed of people, besides taking awesome make-you-hungry pictures, their vocabulary is very powerful. They can use 10 words to describe cheese, when Daddy can only say cheese is “sweet or sour” wahaha (get it?)


Oh, and food bloggers are mostly fun people who love to share their photography and culinary insights. Everybody is welcome, come down with your family, kids, and friends.
Have fun, eat healthy and simply ENJOY the day 🙂

Get in touch :
https://www.facebook.com/FoodRevolutionSingapore
http://foodrevolutionday.com
http://twitter.com/foodrevsg

Just a few more centimetres…

Our kids attend swimming lesson every Sun, and one of the perks is their free play after their classes.

In case you are new to Sengkang, these colourful slides are awesome, and attract both kids and adults.


There is just a small problem, someone fall short of fun by a few cm 🙁

Daddy know it sucks when you can see your bros playing, and you just wait at the end, clapping and cheering … Daddy is eagerly waiting for the day when Kang can finally slide down Sengkang’s slides !

Kang, eat more vegetables and exercise more, ok?
(Hint, he inherited Mummy’s genes)

Singapore is always too safe, we have done some crazy slides in Penang, check it out 🙂

When it rains at the Singapore Zoo

Most of us have been to the zoo before, but Daddy had another take last week.
He has volunteered his photography services to accompany two Primary 1 classes.

What he did not expect is RAIN would accompany us for half of the journey.
Look at the colourful umbrellas and raincoats, believe Daddy when he say morale was high among the kids. Afterall, not many parents would be keen to bring their kids sight seeing on a wet rainy day.




Daddy did not notice the exhibits come with braille for the visually handicap.

Rain or Shine, the children stayed inquisitive and curious.

Cute Ah-Meng Raincoats on sale

We took shelter under the Rainforest canopy, and we learn new things about our fragile ecosystem.


Yeah, the sun finally pops up to warm us up. Kudos to the kids, most of them were sported with wet hair, but Daddy did not hear anybody complains !

Some other animal exhibits. The beasts must be wondering which school send their children in the rain to visit the animals :p




The eerie naked mole rat arouses kids’ eeeks and yucks haha. We can even peep at the rats through custom build periscope !


Daddy is really grateful to accompany the kids on their adventures today. Initially, they were curious about that tall Uncle who keep taking photos under his umbrella. But after they warm up to Uncle Andy, everyone were so obliging for their Kodak moments 🙂

As this is a learning excursion, kids have to complete their homework and talk about their outdoor class today. Daddy is not expecting anyone to say “No”, unless he or she wants to skip assignment :p

Click this link for more Dry weather Zoo adventures 🙂

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