School boys are programmed to the collection mechanism. When nature calls, they go out of the classroom and urinate into a plastic bucket placed on the aisle. Teachers at most schools acquiesced to such behavior. They even remind kids from time to time to avoid peeing inside if they have got a fever. Boy egg vendors go to local elementary schools to collect urine from prepubertal boys, preferrably under the age of 10, with buckets.
A family of Chinese tourists stunned staff and customers in the world-renowned Din Tai Fung dumpling restaurant by allowing a three-year-old boy to urinate in a bottle while the parents were eating at a table. The urine splashed on food the family had bought, so they tried to get it replaced for free, but were rejected.
During its opening day on Oct. 7, 2014, it attracted a lot of attention. More than 200 customers showed up as they were excited to see Felicia Chin doing things, such as serve food and make drinks in her own way that is arousing to watch. However, two weeks after the official opening, Singaporeans from all walks of life are unable to catch a glimpse of Felicia Chin there.
"I was very quiet, didn't do any grooming and had really short hair; I never really got any attention from the boys," says the 28-year-old, who studied at CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' School and Victoria Junior College. The first time she wore a bikini was for the Miss Singapore Universe 2005 pageant, which she joined on a whim. "I didn't even own a bikini for the audition. I was the only one in a one-piece swimsuit and a very sporty one at that," she says with a laugh. That did not ruin her chances of being crowned Miss Photogenic and talent scouted to join MediaCorp.
The star said he has suffered the eye condition – which if left untreated can cause vision impairment and even blindness - for around two decades. Until now, people put the singer's ever-present sunglasses – which he even wore indoors – were a rock star affectation.
“I think our church will never change: it’s still gonna be loving God whole-heartedly and loving people fervently. I really pray that this statement will continue to be our rudder, to guide CHC in our next 25 years. I’m believing that we will continue to be the salt and light, and that God will, after this episode, give us the privilege to bring another wave of revival to Singapore, and not just that, but to the world, and to let us continue to reach out to souls.”
You might have read recently that the Singapore police allegedly went around in the night to personally deliver notice letters asking some individuals to assist in investigations relating to the Return Our CPF protest at Hong Lim Park on Sept. 27, 2014. This caused quite a bit of a hoo-ha because police should be out catching thieves instead of doing DHL services.