AXN Extends Asia’s Got Talent Online Audition Deadline to June 8, 2017

Due to an overwhelming response from across Asia, AXN has extended the Asia’s Got Talent Online Auditions to midnight onJune 8, 2017.

After captivating rounds of open auditions in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan and the Philippines, AXN is giving aspiring performers one last chance to take the spotlight in its record-breaking series.

“We’ve witnessed some incredible acts over the last few weeks that really show the cultural diversity and range of awe-inspiring talent on offer here in Asia. But we know there’s even more to be discovered so we’ve extended the deadline to June 8 to give performers some more time to get their acts together,” said Virginia Lim, Senior Vice President and Head of Content, Production and Marketing, Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia.

Potential stars can visit www.AXN-Asia.com/AsiasGotTalent to submit an application and audition video, which should include a short introduction of the act, and the actual performance. The videos should be under two minutes’ in duration.

More details including Asia’s Got Talent frequently asked questions (FAQs) and the terms and conditions of participation are available at www.AXN-Asia.com/AsiasGotTalent.

Asia’s Got Talent is slated to premiere in the second half of 2017, first and exclusively on AXN.

Traveloka is the official sponsor of Asia’s Got Talent.

Get too cool for School with American Eagle Outfitters’ Throwback to School Collection

Indulge your nostalgia and relive the rockin 90s with American Eagle Outfitters’ ThrowBack – to – School 2017 collection this season! Redefine current trends with new pieces to your wardrobe inspired by “Ballet Grunge”, stylin “Street Active” and cool “New School” fashion trends. Mix and match these threads with the “All New American Jean” rocking 45 unique styles this season! Find the fit that’s cool for you and see you back in school!

 

 

 

Your Hacks to Great Singapore Sale 2017

If you have been saving a whole year for this very occasion, you are probably going to bag home your entire wish list at very good deals; but what if we told you the deals could be better than it already is?

 

 

Plan your List, Set your Budget
Before you happily head out, get on with a list of the ‘to-die-for’ that you have been eyeing on; set out with a healthy budget, what you need to include is some spare for those moments when you grab the unplanned items. Yes, it’s sales; but burning a hole in your wallet isn’t quite the thing you’d want to do.

The word ‘SALE’ can be very enticing, so know your market and don’t assume all the items are on discount.

Fill the ‘Points’ Meter
It’s shopping season and most merchants are ‘points ‘rewarding you; so power up your shopping matrix and collect them. Now is the time to dig up your membership cards, recall your membership IDs and head out to make the most out of the sale paradise.

Your membership may entitle you more than just the retail discounts, something that most merchants want to offer to thank you for the loyalty within the past year; and if that isn’t already rewarding enough, your membership points may get you some very useful freebies.

Working the Cards to your Benefit
Banks are going all out to get you to spend with their credit cards too; so just keep a lookout for the promotions from the partnering banks before you checkout your purchase, this is the time when you know that owning multiple bank credit cards is a plus; with credit card cash back, points and rebates to help ease off the spike in your spending.

If you are lucky enough to win some of the treats that your banks are offering, you may just end this shopping season in a jolly good mood! After all the happiness and enjoyment, just remember to get the bills settled.

The Online Shopping Scene
No butler to carry your shopping bags, no time to get out from your busy schedule or simply just want to be in the comfort of your home while you get your loots? Shopping online is your best bet if you’ve found a site that gives you the best of both worlds; which somewhat translates to things like being spoilt with choices, good service, free delivery, exchanges, affordability and promotions.

In this season, we are sharing our love and throwing in some very good deals – buy from Pepperkoko Singapore and stand a chance to win movie tickets, with up to 25 pairs up for grabs. With the ‘can’t miss’ movies screening this June and July, you will be looking good while on a date at the movies.

 Brought to you by Pepperkoko Singapore

Endless Crab Party Buffet Dinner- SGD129 for two adults

PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road’s popular crab buffet is back with a vengence! Commencing from 1 May 2017, on Thursdays to Sundays, eve of and on Public Holidays.
Taking the favourite crab buffet to another level, Executive Chef Low Hoe Kiat brings us eight brand new crab flavours, totalling up the freshest crustacean buffet to a sum of up to 12 tantalising selections.
The Slow-braised Pumpkin Crab in Claypot is here to stay but even tastier than before. The deliciously creamy yellow-golden gravy of this pumpkin dish is enriched to mesmerise one’s palate. Additionally, diners get to indulge in all-time favourite Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab and a dish back by popular demand, the Crab Bee Hoon– definitely a local favourite way to enjoy this valued crustacean.
One highlight this season will be the Wok Fried Crab in Wu Jia Pi Wine – this dish is a family recipe passed down to Chef Low. The wonder of this creation is in the marriage of the Chinese wine when flambéed, igniting dancing flame over wok-fried crab before serving up the buffet line, leaving an unforgettable flavour on your taste buds!
Salted Egg Crab with Curry Leaves will grace the buffet line once again, bound to steal hearts! Opt for something “uniquely Spice Brasserie” with our Stir Fried Crab with Asian Spices, for tasty crabsfried with chilli padi, and dried shrimps. The Cheesy Crab Cake made with potato, celery, carrot, cheese, nutmeg and of course, crab meat under a light crusting of panko is thoughtfully crafted, especially in size, so you can enjoy popping them as appetizer before digging further into the Endless Crab Party.
There are more new creations such as Crab in Steamed Wine, Rock Salt Baked Crab and Stir Fried Crab with Jalapeno. Apart from the many must-try dishes, diners are entitled to one serving per person to relish the exquisite flavours our Flame-grilled Mentaiko Lobster, a dish that one cannot miss.

Price: $79 per adult

UOB, DBS/POSB, Maybank & HSBC card promotions: SGD129 for two adults (min. four to dine)

McDonald’s® expands variety of Extra Value Meals with the new Chili Lime Fish Burger and Chicken BLT Burger

This May, McDonald’s introduces the Chili Lime Fish Burger and Chicken BLT Burger, offering more variety at a great value for our loyal customers.

Chicken BLT Burger

The new Chicken BLT is McDonald’s take on the classic BLT sandwich: crispy chicken bacon, a slice of tomato, a bed of romaine lettuce, McChicken sauce, and a chicken patty, all layered in between toasted sesame buns – but with an added touch of savoury and sweet along with a delightful combination of crunch and juiciness.

Chili Lime Fish Burger

Pamper your taste buds with an irresistible mix of tangy, spicy, and savoury flavours with the new Chili Lime Fish Burger: a fish filet topped with romaine lettuce and spicy Kaffir Lime flavoured mayo atop half a slice of cheese, in between tender steamed buns.

McDonald’s $5 Extra Value Meals

Chili Lime Fish Burger and Chicken BLT Burger add to McDonald’s variety of $5 Extra Value Meals, each of which is served with French Fries (M) and Coca-Cola (S). The new burgers will also be available a la carte at $3 each.

Also on McDonald’s $5 menu are Extra Value Meals with McDouble, McChicken, Veggie Crunch and Filet-O-Fish.

 

Customers can opt to swap French Fries for a Corn Cup at no extra charge, or top up $1.20 to change their side to a Garden Side Salad if they want a more balanced option. The Garden Side Salad features whole leaf lettuce, red and white cabbage, crunchy carrots, corn kernels and tomatoes, served with a delicious Japanese dressing.