Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Bulk Muscle from BPI Sports!

If you're looking to get massive, look no further. Bulk Muscle from BPI Sports cuts to the chase and ends your time-wasting search for a mass gainer that suits you. 53 grams of high quality protein per serving together with 625 calories ensure that you reap the rewards from your time in the gym.

Its intently scrutinized formula is jam packed with BCAAs, CLA, fibre and all of the good stuff, while staying low on the bad sugars and fats. The focus stays on muscle building and recovery, nothing else. Yet, taste is never compromised. If you're looking to get big, Bulk Muscle.

Be powerful with BPI Sports.

Serving Size 2 Scoops (165 grams)
Servings Per Container 16
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories From Fat36      
Total Fat4 g6%†
Saturated Fat1 g5%†
Cholesterol35 mg12%
Total Carbohydrate85 g28%†
Dietary Fiber3 g12%†
Sugars6 g**
Protein53 g106%†
Calcium125 mg13%
Sodium120 mg5%

L-Leucine (naturally occurring from protein)3.5 g**
L-Isoleucine (from protein complex matrix)1.75 g**
L-Valine (from protein complex matrix)1.75 g      
Betaine (as Betaine anhydrous)1 g**
CLA Matrix (Proprietary) (as Avocado oil, Coconut oil [MCTs], and conjugated linoleic acid [CLA])1 g**
Glutamine (as L-glutamine, glutamine HCl and trans-alanyl-glutamine)1 g**
Glycerol (as glycerol monostearate)1 g**
† Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
** Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients:
Super Carb MASS Blend™ (maltodextrin, polydextrose, long-chain maltodextrin, cluster dextrin® [highly branched cyclic dextrin], sweet potato [amylose, /amylopectin]), Super Protein Mass Blend (whey protein concentrate, milk protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, milk protein isolate), roasted peanut flour, cocoa, natural & artificial flavors, Fiber Matrix (cellulose gum, xanthan gum, carrageenan gum), silica, sucralose, and acesulfame-K.
Contain(s): Milk, wheat and soy.
Directions For Bulk Muscle: Take one (1) to two (2) servings (2-4 scoops) a day, depending on your goals, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner. For example, one (1) serving at breakfast, another one (1) serving after exercise, and/or also between meals when required, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner. Mix with 16-20 ounces of ice cold water in a blender or shaker cup.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Vivian Tian's ViewQwest Blogsite!
Feel free to check out my friend, Vivian Tian's blogsite here!
She's a very cute and bubbly girl.. your ultimate couch potato.. Can also call her Vitato!
Every weekend, she will be bringing you the latest ViewQwest happenings, techie life hacks, TV/movie reviews, and a bit of everything else.
ViewQwest if you're not sure what is it - Viewqwest is your boutique Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Singapore that is fanatical about customer service.
Check out her bloglink here again:

MDoC - Relief Essential Mask

Did a relaxing face mask w MDoC - Relief Essential Mask last night!
It smells very nice..
and has the necessary cuttings at the sides to cover every part of your face.
As you can see.. almost all the air bubbles were pressed out of the mask.. allowing your face to have the FULL contact of the mask.
For enquiries:
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Monday, August 24, 2015

DC Justice League Run 2015 - Goody Bag!

I would be wearing this SUPERMAN Tank Top for the DC Justice League Run this Sunday, 30th August 2015.
Not only its just a tank top.. it comes with a cape too!
Pretty Excited about this event! Watch me Fly that day!
.. along with a SUPERWOMAN!
(to be unveiled on that day if you still do not know who she is.. so stay tuned!)
Other Superheroes would be Batman, Green Lantern & Flash!
Just in case.. if you've missed this run and they are organising again next year..
These are wad u can expect from the Goody Bag!
Not really a lot of stuffs though.. but the Superman Tank Top Wins it all!
Above the red cloth.. is the Superman Cape. So cool right?
Would it be even cooler IF I wear a Red Underwear outside?
To see IF I really wear a Red Underwear outside..
Stay tuned to my Facebook and Instagram feeds on the 30th August 2015!
Facebook account at
Instagram username: shaun_owyeong

Friday, August 21, 2015



Slightly hazy conditions expected on Friday, more than 900 hotspots in Indonesia!

The number of hotspots has increased again in Indonesia's Sumatra and Kalimantan in the past few days, said Dr Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, spokesman of Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency (BNPB), in a Blackberry message.

The southern part of Sumatra is seeing its haze situation worsen as efforts to contain fire has been more focused on the central part of Sumatra, in Riau, the Indonesian province second closest to Singapore.

On Thursday (Aug 20), 720 hotspots were detected in Sumatra and 246 hotspots in Kalimantan, based on the images from the Modis (Terra-Aqua) satellite, according to Dr Sutopo.

The NEA advised members of the public, in particular the elderly, pregnant women and children to avoid exerting themselves outdoors for long periods of time.

Those with chronic lung or heart disease should avoid outdoor activities. The agency advised those who are not feeling well to seek medical attention.

Above text & pictures are from The Straits Times.




Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Explosion near famous Erawan Shrine in Bangkok kills at least 16 & some Singaporeans injured!

BANGKOK - A powerful bomb exploded during rush hour right outside the famed Erawan Shrine next to the Grand Hyatt hotel in downtown Bangkok on Monday, killing at least 16 people, in the most severe single incident of this kind to hit Bangkok in recent memory.

The Straits Times' Thailand Correspondent Tan Hui Yee was told by the Singapore Embassy in Thailand: "We understand that some Singaporeans have suffered injuries."
The embassy is still trying to find out more details.

"The death toll is now 16," police spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri told AFP. An emergency medical centre said more than 80 people were injured in the blast.

The Thai police have reported that among the people killed were four foreigners, including at least one from China and one from the Philippines.

Most of the injured were tourists from China and Taiwan, other media reports said.

The Straits Times's Indochina Bureau Chief Nirmal Ghosh, who is at the site at the Ratchaprasong intersection, saw at least six motorbikes lying around a crater, under huge floodlights in the middle of the intersection.

A body severed in half was also seen lying on the sidewalk 30m from the explosion site. Body parts were scattered across the street, and about 40 vehicles were damaged.

Bodies lying under sheets were also seen in Erawan Shrine.

Eyewitnesses say that the bomb that went off was on a motorcycle, 5m to 20m in front of the shrine. There was shattered glass for 50m around the blast site.

The blast radius was about 30m to 40m. The police put a cordon of 50m, pushing onlookers far behind the barriers, Mr Ghosh reported. The area was ringed by the police and ambulances with flashing lights.

The bomb went off outside the Erawan Shrine in the downtown Chidlom district of the Thai capital.
A police officer also told The Nation that there was another bomb that exploded, made of 5kg TNT explosives and hidden under a roadside bench.

"Our initial findings are it is a bomb," Thai police chief Chakthip Chijinda told Channel 9 television. "We are checking to see if there is a second bomb."

"All I can say now is there has been an explosion in central Bangkok involving a motorcycle bomb," deputy national police chief Aek Angsananond told Reuters.

"I can confirm it was a bomb, we can't tell which kind yet, we are checking," national police spokesman Lieutenant-General Prawut Thavornsiri told AFP.

Thailand's Defence Minister told AFP that those behind the bomb wera aiming at "foreigners" to try to damage the tourism industry.

"It was a TNT bomb... the people who did it targeted foreigners and to damage tourism and the economy," AFP quoted Mr Prawit Wongsuwong as saying.

Bloomberg reported that Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha was aware of the blast, and will monitor the situation closely, according to government spokesman Werachon Sukondhapatipak.
The government would set up a "war room" to coordinate the response to the blast, the Nation quoted General Prayut as saying.

The Bangkok Post reported two bombs had exploded. It also said that two explosive devices were detonated by the bomb squad.
One of the deactivated bombs was found near Gaysorn Plaza at the Ratchaprasong junction. It has been deactivated, according to reports.

The police and ambulances rushed to the scene after the bomb went off at around 7pm local time.
Two hospitals in the vicinity of blast, Chulalongkorn Hospital and Police General Hospital, are urgently seeking blood donations.

The Nation also reported that volunteer translators, especially those who can speak Chinese, are needed at Bangkok hospitals, as many of the injured are tourists.

A BBC journalist at the scene said there was chaos in the area.

He added that he has seen massive damage as well as a crater - indicating a bomb, which is rare for the city.

People around the shrine were hit by the full force of the blast, he said.

Nobody has come forward to claim responsibility yet.

Thailand is fighting a Muslim insurgency in the country's south, but these rebels have rarely attacked outside their ethnic heartland.

The Erawan is an enormously popular shrine to the Hindu god Brahma, but is visited by thousands of Buddhist devotees every day.

It is located on a main road through Bangkok's commercial hub and is surrounded by three major shopping malls. It is also next to the five-star hotel Grand Hyatt.

The Ratchaprasong intersection has been the centre of political demonstrations in recent years.

Why are there people out there who want to set up this bomb? And what is the reason for doing it?
IF you dare to set up a bomb and create such a mess.. Why don't you step out to share your purpose of this act? If not no one knows your reason behind it!
I here convey my condolences to those families of the victims and those who are injured to recover as soon as possible! God bless!

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Agrobazaar Malaysia in Singapore! [Food Tasting]

Shop, Dine & Chill at Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore.
Your One-stop destination for Malaysian grown, Malaysian produced goods, authentic Malaysian Cuisine and great gourmet coffee
Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore is your One-stop for shopping, dining and chilling out with friends, family and loved ones. Not only it is a bustling hub of promotion solely for Malaysian-grown and Malaysian-produced goods, they also have a café (KopieSatu) and a restaurant (The Verandah), which served the most authentic and fresh tasting Malaysian food and beverages possible outside of Malaysia.

Located on the First floor of Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore, the KopieSatu, or commonly known as KopieSatu Café, serves a great gourmet coffee with a nice and cozy ambience, equipped with Free Wi-fi and toilets for its customer to enjoy their coffee and hanging around with their friend or families. Not only that, KopieSatu Café also serves as a favorite place to hold a meeting, appointment or discussion. Enjoy having the various types of coffee and dessert such as Ice Blended Caramel Coffee, Café Latte, Rainbow Durian Cake and Chendol, while also dine-in The Verandah’s food as well.

Going up to the Second floor of Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore, you will be able to find the restaurant “The Verandah” which offers both indoor and alfresco dining. The restaurant serves authentic popular Malaysian food such as Penang Asam Laksa, Mee Bandung Muar and Ayam Percik Terengganu, just to name a few. From time to time, the restaurant will also bring and introduce a lot more of Malaysian food. With the experienced F&B staff to serve the food, prepared by the skilled kitchen staff spearheaded by an experienced Chef Razif, you can be sure to have a great dining experience at The Verandah!

Nice soothing ambience.. at The Verandah

Alfresco area of The Verandah

Agrobazaar is also a place where you can find Malaysian-Grown and Malaysian-Produced Goods..
Hence, you can get your favourite Malaysian goods here and enjoy the goodness of Malaysian products even when you're in Singapore!


Barista workin' on a coffee..

Here are his artistic work on da coffee!

They have XO (D24) DURIANS here!!!

Over here its like a mini market where you can do some groceries..

Here we have a very good emcee named Dani who guided us to the Second Level for food and games!
He is also the Sales & Marketing Manager at the Agrobazaar Malaysia @ SG!

We were first brought to see the beautifully carved fruits done by their professional Chef..

Later we had a chance to see him carve the fruits on the spot with just small knife.

So here's the result of the beautifully carved water-melon!

After that we were asked to form a team of 5-6 pax and carve the fruits our own.. Hence participating in the Fruit Decoration Game. But we were NOT allowed to carve flowers. Each group will be given a couple of fruits e.g. watermelon, honeydew and mangosteen to work on. Using our own creativity, we are required to do a fruit decoration or fruit carving in a most attractive and interesting way. Agrobazaar's Chef will then select which group to be the winner. And the winner will Win a table for two to dine at The Veranda.

Our group was pretty lost.. and dunno wad to do.
Later I asked Google.. and.. decided to work on this below!

Don't be disappointed to see our results later! :P

I helped to cut the frame of the carriage.. and also cutting the fruits and wheels!

I'm working seriously on it k!

This was our competitor! :P

Here's our final product.. together with my team members!

Here's a closer look at our competitor's product!
Below are the rest of the other groups' work.

Here's a closer look of ours!
With a Swan and symbolic ribbon to remember our founding father Mr. Lee Kuan Yew!

After that we proceed to have our dinner.. while the judges for the fruits crafting competition will crack their brains to choose the winner for it!

I must say.. their Homemade Chicken Satay was REALLY GOOD!
Tender chicken marinated in spices. Perfectly grilled and served with coconut influese peanut sauce.

Penang Asam Laksa!
Ranked 7th most delicious food in the world by CNN.
My first time trying it! It was AWESOME!
SPICY and ShiOk!

To me.. it looks like a Merlion Head! Wad u think?

Rainbow Durian Cake
A rainbow-coloured sponge cake with durian goodness.

Rainbow Chocolate Kueh Lapis!

This is a very nice pic of Kaiting! I must post! haha..
Very cute and candid.
She blogs at

After the meal.. we had The Tarik Performance by the professional The Tarik master from KopieSatu!
My team member, Zulfadli had a try on the Teh Tarik too.
His badminton a lot.. I mean pattern! Look at the stunt he tried! :P

Here's William, my buddy giving a try too!

Here's Fiona.. also from my team trying on the Teh Tarik as well!
Looks like my team was pretty active that day! Two of my team members tried on the Teh Tarik!
And over here.. she seems more like dancing than concentrating on the Teh Tarik!

And my friend, Kaviel here.. trying it too! :)

After that the judges have shortlisted two of their choices to be the potential Winner of the Fruit Decoration Game! And our decoration was shortlisted! Hence the emcee questioned our so called "Competitor" like how and why they think of this design, and why they think they should win etc.

Likewise he asked my team as well.. and I appointed my team member Zulfadli to say his story.. cos' he has a storyline in his mind already! :)

Apparently, it touched the hearts of the judges..

and We WON!

Eventually theres a Best Teh Tarik Performer Prize as well!

And it goes to my Team member Fiona!
I think our team .. we are all very lucky and blessed!
On a side note.. I think this Teh Tarik master.. is really a MASTER! You see.. "Take Picture!" also dun need to see the Teh and the Teh also didn't splashing onto my team-mate's dress! Lol.. Thumbs up! :P

A Final Group Picture of ALL the Bloggers and the Host Emcee.. before it ended!

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Just in case if you wanna know how it looks like from outside.. its in the picture above.
It would be easier for you to distinguish the location when you see these colourful stripes at the side of the building.

Located at
Lot 37 – 43, Sultan Gate, Singapore 198485.
(near Bugis, Haji Lane & Arab Steet)
Tel: +65-5391 9841
Fax: +65-6391 9842

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Good Luck!