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Covid19: A Millennial's Advice On How To Cope With CB At Home

Now is a good time to play that video game you didn’t had time before or a hobby like home cooking, living room exercise or those dance challenges on TikTok. Learn your mother tongue slightly better, learn the basics of whatever instruments lying around, finally clean out your room or storage room of clothes that do not fit you or items you find redundant. Something to do is better than nothing.

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YISHUN MRT APPEARS IN NETFLIX HORROR SHOW PROMOTION VIDEO

Yishun is in the news again, but netizens staying in the district will not be happy. American online streaming media company Netflix has produced a promotional video for its horror series, Stranger Things. In the 11 second video, a still of a Yishun MRT station sign appears on screen, with a dark, shadowy and eerie color scheme to match.

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WISH TO ACCESS NETFLIX USA FROM S'PORE? CHECK OUT GOM VPN'S 90 DAY FREE TRIAL

Following the surprise launch last week. Netflix is now available in 190 countries. Singaporeans can truly enjoy the Netflix and chill experience. Nonetheless, Netflix content is not universal. According to CEO Reed Hastings, Netflix worked hard to comply with the local content standards. That means in accordance to the MDA’s broadcasting guidance, Singapore Netflix will not have many of our favourite titles, such as Breaking Bad and House of Cards.

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SIR RICHARD BRANSON OFFERS VIRGIN STAFF UNLIMITED HOLIDAYS

The boss of Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson, is offering his personal staff as much holiday as they want. On his website, he said that his staff of 170 could "take off whenever they want for as long as they want". He added that there was no need to ask for approval, nor say when they planned to return, the assumption being that the absence would not damage the firm. Mr Branson said he was inspired by his daughter, who read about a similar plan at the online TV firm Netflix.

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