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  • All you need to know about organic wine

    0 comments / Posted by Xavier WU

    Organic wine

     

    Why organic wine?

    Apples, strawberries, pears and cherries… Guess what they have in common? Well they are all part of the 10 most pesticides exposed fruits. And guess what other fruit is on the list? Grapes. Around 30 different kinds of chemical products are found on it. Now consider this, 20% of all pesticides in France are...

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  • Save the planet, Send lesser emails

    0 comments / Posted by Mister Penguin

    Automation and creativity

     

    I wrote in my previous blog posts about the importance of convenience. But I do give a lot of importance to taking the time to enjoy simple things too. Don't get me wrong when I say I support frictionless environment. It doesn't mean I support replacing good home cooked meals with pills that contain all the nutrients a human body needs. I am not an...

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  • E-commerce trends 2017 and express wine delivery services

    0 comments / Posted by Mister Penguin

    Express wine delivery shops in Singapore

    Not so long ago, people looking for express wine delivery in Singapore were left unsatisfied. There few online shops and even fewer would provide efficient alcohol delivery services in the lion city. Despite having other e-commerce players with amazing logistic infrastructure such as Redmart, Deliveroo or Honestbee, wine companies were not up to date.

     

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  • Easy recipe for red wine Rooster meal (Coq au Vin)

    0 comments / Posted by Mister Penguin

    What a better way to celebrate Rooster year than eating some Rooster with red wine? And I mean red wine not only to drink with but also to cook with the Rooster.

     

    cooking rooster with red wine kit

     

    It's relatively cheap and easy to complete. It should take thirty minutes to prepare the dish and expect two hours of cooking time....

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  • Tips for Westerners invited to CNY dinner

    0 comments / Posted by Kevin Wang

    Do you know what CNY stands for? It stands for Chinese New Year, not City New York. If you answered the latter one, you should keep reading.

     

    beautiful chinese bird

     

    Some Chinese habits are odd for Westerners and vice versa. Too bad, you are a foreigner invited to a Chinese-dominant culture country (besides Malay and Indian culture of course). So...

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