{Giveaway} Glowtape Productions’ The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey| 14 – 30 JULY 2017

Glowtape Productions presents The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey from 14 – 30 July at the Drama Centre Theatre.

The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey is a spectacular musical adaptation that transforms Meng Jiang Nü’s tale into a soaring musical odyssey. Raw emotions are laid bare in a dazzling display of vocal showmanship as the characters come to life in a beautiful contemporary setting detailed with traditional design influences.


Captivating and profoundly moving, this production weaves a gripping tale of love and courage against an epic backdrop of imperial China. In the face of insurmountable odds, a young everywoman does not yield to her fate. What unfolds is a passionate display of a woman’s resolve as she stands alone against the ultimate symbol of unbridled hubris and power.


Join the phenomenal Na-Young Jeon’s Singapore debut, multi-talented George Chan and homegrown singing sensation Nathan Hartono as they team up this July for The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey.


No wall too tall.
No journey too long.
The legend of Meng Jiang Nü.

Behind the imposing façade of The Great Wall lies one of the most enduring legends in Chinese folklore – the story of Meng Jiang Nü, whose tears brought down the Great Wall.

This original musical with brand new script by acclaimed Singaporean playwright Jean Tay, who won best original script for Everything But The Brain and authored Boom, both literature texts in schools, is led by an international team of artists – featuring composer David Shrubsole (National Gallery Singapore’s Opening Festival, London Road) from the UK, helmed by Australian director Darren Yap (Man of Letters, Miss Saigon, Mamma Mia!), and starring talents from the West End – Dutch-Korean actress Na-Young Jeon (Les Misérables, Miss Saigon) and Monique Wilson (Miss Saigon, The King & I), along with George Chan (Chicago, December Rains) and homegrown singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono, fresh from his stint on Sing! China.

The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey is a musical not to be missed! We can’t wait attend this amazing new musical in July. Book your tickets early at SISTIC and get the best seats before it is a Sold Out performance!


WIN a Pair of Tickets worth $144!  

We’ve got great news for our loyal followers and fans of Nathan Hartono!

Glowtape Productions has kindly sponsored a pair of Cat 3 tickets worth more than for the 16 July, Sunday 3pm performance! Do follow ALL the instructions below to take part for your chance to win! 

To take part and qualify, please make sure all the following steps are completed:

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  • Giveaway ends 27 June, Tuesday at 2359 hrs.
  • Collection will be at the Drama Centre Theatre, Level 3, 45 minutes before show time. Do note that children younger than 8 years old will not be admitted.
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About The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey


When  : 14 – 30 JULY 2017 | Tue – Sat 8pm |Sat & Sun 3pm

* Please note that the role of Meng Jiang Nü will be played by Ethel Yap for performances on 16 Jul 3pm, 19 Jul 8pm and 26 Jul 8pm.

Where: Drama Centre Theatre (Map)

Duration: Approximately 2 hours 30 minutes  (15 minutes interval)

Who : No admission for infants in arms and person below 8 years old.

Ticket Pricing :  Check SISTIC for discounts applicable.

14 & 15 JULY $68 – $98
FRI 8PM, SAT 3PM & 8PM $68 – $98, $128 (VIP)
TUE – THU 8PM, SUN 3PM $58 – $88

(Ticket prices excludes $4 SISTIC Booking Fee)

Tickets available through: Get Your Tickets Now
SISTIC Website
SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

{Review} Poultry Tales |’Pokei Pokei’ Good Ole Family Fun Day

Over the long Labour Day weekend, we had a treat to go watch I Theatre’s Poultry Tales at the Drama Centre Theatre, despite the pending exams coming up. Seeing how my almost 8 year old (and his classmate plus 5 year old sister) laughed and squealed, I was assured that it was a well worth 1 hour spent away from mugging. The books can wait for a wee bit of fun.

I Theatre’s Poultry Tales runs at the Drama Centre Theatre from 27 April to 14 May 2017. Book your tickets quickly for the remaining available dates at http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cpoultry0517

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Poultry Tales was warmly familiar, with all-time favourite stories coming to live on stage. The children enjoyed every bit of the goings-on onstage and laughed wildly at almost every moment.


Impromptu Chicken Licken anyone?

Poultry Tales achieves quite a lot in just 1 hour. We were given 3 stories, namely, Chicken-Licken,  The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs and The Little Red Hen. All well loved Aesop Fables that are so enjoyable. I liked the clever scene changes between the 3 stories which cleverly reused props as the young audience were transported from being ‘backstage’ to being on  2 farms later on.

Although the stories are familiar, I Theatre cleverly engages the audience from a different perspective. What I liked most for this rather unusual production is that it really gave the young audience a glimpse of the backstage.


The show opens with a backstage scene, and you immediately wonder why… But this clever opening means the children get to learn so much more about what goes on in a ‘real life’ backstage. “What is a prop?” “What’s a costume? What’s a scenery?” “What does a Stage Manager do?” Go to Poultry Tales and find out what is a ‘Fly-bar’ or what are ‘Legs’ in theatre lingo! All the endless whys and whats from your curious little buddies about theatre, is QED within half an hour 🙂

Wey also particularly liked to point out that the ‘stage crew’ were actually actors and they were acting out the backstage for us… Somewhat proud of himself that he knew that. Oops! haha.

Bravo to the actors who made everything just so funny! Simply loved the ‘interns’ Zebedee and Charlotte, who gave us stitches from all the laughter!


“This is my hand, I have a prop … erh! A hand-prop”

My soon to be 8 year old, so got this joke…”This is my hand, I have a prop … erh! A Hand-prop”. It’s been his thing at school… He comes back from school everyday with some combination of this, eg.”I have a hand, I have a phone… Handphone!!” (Roll eyes? hahha)

If I thought anything was slapstick humour, my son loved it and so did his friend. At their age, funny is just funny, so I am happy to savour every moment of Wey’s innocent glee at the humour onstage. We laughed together, along with the entire theatre. Such happy moments at the theatre with my little boy! Good family fun together. 🙂


Oh wow! someone conquered the swing doors and found … … Those eggs!!! GOLD GOLD GOLD! 🙂

I could tell that Wey absolutely loved the production, not just because he was laughing out loud almost all the time, but because as the cast was finishing the presentation of  The Little Red Hen (the last story), he kept pestering me to ask if this was the end and refused to believe me when I said yes it was. There was genuine dismay on the boy’s face awww…. LOL!


Little Red Hen and her very helpful friends 😛

As usual, stay on for a little while after the show and get a nice family photo at the Meet and Greet that is absolutely free for everyone at the show. Unfortunately, we missed out on this Meet and Greet photo opportunity as I was caught up in conversation with Director Brian Seward.

If you haven’t gotten tickets to I Theatre’s Poultry Tales yet, please do so now (Click http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cpoultry0517), as this may very well be the last I Theatre production for the entire 2017 unless there is somehow an angel sponsor stepping up to fill the shoes of I Theatre’s long time sponsor. 😦

Yes, I was totally shocked at the end of the 1 hour production, to hear from Director Brian Seward, that all planned productions for the second half of the year have been put on hold. Quite sadly, I Theatre will no longer benefit from the National Arts Council’s Major Grant this year!!

This is such a sad day for Children’s theatre in Singapore! My son has grown up with I Theatre productions since he was a wee boy of 3, which have undoubtedly sealed his love for the arts and theatre. It is such a major loss not only for I Theatre, but for our children who will most definitely miss the wonderful fun and educational experience of local theatre! 😦

I hope that in the months to come, some thing might be worked out for I Theatre and its wonderful team of people, so that its loyal little fans can continue to enjoy great local theatre again.

If you are able, do spread the word #SupportITheatre #SupportLocal #ChildrenTheatre #NeedSponsor and maybe there will be an angel sponsor coming in to help soon so that I Theatre may make a comeback next year!

If not, perhaps we all can chip in to support this wonderful theatre company that has kept ticket prices low with affordability for all kept in mind. Donate at http://itheatre.org/index.php/donate_sponsor/ . 

We at SAys! Happy Mums would really like to say a big “Thank You” to the people of I Theatre for the many years of wonderful drama for the children. Thank you Brian and team!


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We are grateful for the opportunity to attend ITheatre’s Poultry Tales for the purposes of this review. We were not remunerated for the review, all opinions and experiences remain our own alone. All photos unless otherwise mentioned are copyright of I Theatre and were provided for the purposes of this review. All other photos remain the copyright property of SAys! Happy Mums and may not be reproduced without prior notice or written permission given.

About I Theatre’s Poultry Tales

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When: 29 Apr – 14 May 2017 | Saturdays & Sundays : 10.30am & 2pm

Where: Drama Centre Theatre (Map)

Who: 4 years and above and their families

Ticket Pricing : Standard $32 (excludes SISTIC booking fees)

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

Tickets available through:
SISTIC Website
SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

TICKET PRICES (Not including SISTIC Fees):      

  Standard Ticket
Adult/Child $32.00
Family Package (4 Persons) $121.60
Big Family Package (5 Persons) $144.00
Corporate Groups (min 20 persons) 25.60

15% DISCOUNT         

Friends of I Theatre Ikea Smales and Family Members
OCBC Baby Bonus Card Holders NTUC Card Members
OCBC Platinum & Arts Platinum Card Members eXplorerKid Members
OCBC Credit & Debit Card Members Toys’R’Us Star Card Members
Bank of China Card Members Civil Service Club Members
PAssion Card Members LITTLE STAR Ticket Stub Holder


Students (Local & International)

Senior Citizens (above 55 years old)


Purchase a minimum of 20 tickets and get 20% discount


Contact team@itheatre.org or 6341 5960 for group/corporate/school bookings.

Peach Blossoms | *MARvel* In Signature Favourites and New Delights with March Promotional Set Menu

It was a very beautiful morning when we went for the lunch invite at Peach Blossoms. The good news is that Peach Blossoms has launched their new set menu with some of their perennial favourites as well as new creations.  Promotional Set Menus are launched on a monthly basis with the focus on Barbequed Peking Duck (March) and Boston Lobster with 7 variations of cooking style (April).

I thought I was very early to reach before noon.  There were already two small tables of corporate diners before me.


Let’s take a look at the yummilicious creation we tried!

Imperial Four Dimsum Combination

The 4-item dimsum starter for this month’s Set Menu was pleasing to the palette and went very well with the Pu’er tea we had. Every piece was exquisitely handmade and distinctively special with it’s own flavour.

A cut above traditional dimsum mass-production restaurants where minced meat with the occasional prawn bits disguised with a different look for every other item, this is worth all the calories. 所谓点到心头上的快乐 ,就是这样由来 ♡

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Imperial Four Dim Sum Combinations

From top, clockwise :
🍴Steamed Pork Dumpling with Black Garlic 黑蒜蒸烧卖
🍴Steamed Prawn Dumpling with Bamboo Shoot 笋尖鲜虾饺
🍴Deep-fried Yam Dumpling filled with BBQ Honey Pork 芋角叉烧酥
🍴Crispy Codfish Roll with Wild Mushroom 三椒野菌鳕鱼卷

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Deep-fried Yam Dumpling filled with BBQ Honey Pork 芋角叉烧酥

Barbequed Peking Duck 北京片皮鸭

This crispy roasted duck with crepe, cucumber, scallion and thick, fragrant sweet sauce is on this month’s promotional menu as part of a set of 8 gastronomic delights.

Alternatively, the big fat Peking Duck can be ordered as an ala-carte item at ONLY $48++ for now. So good deal hor! Don’t say bo jio!

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Barbequed Peking Duck 北京片皮鸭

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Barbequed Peking Duck 北京片皮鸭

Double-boiled Kampung Chicken Soup with Chinese Herbs 党参黄氏炖三芭鸡汤

The individually-served bowl of clear soup smelled of heavenly aroma.  I’m a soup lover who spares no expenses over soup ingredients.  Brought up the Cantonese way under my mum’s influence, I appreciate a hot bowl of soup when it comes to dining.  However, the soup I make at home (although is very good too) can in no way compare to the standards at Peach Blossoms even though I slow-slow-boil over the stove for hours.  At Peach Blossoms, they double-boil it for even longer hours hence I believe that is the way to seal in all the best flavour.

Looking at the ingredients from my soup bowl during the tasting session, I could not help but wonder if there was any other secret ingredients not seen.

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Double-boiled Kampung Chicken Soup with Chinese Herbs 党参黄氏炖三芭鸡汤

Stir-fried Boston Lobster with Golden Stripe and Oatmeal 金丝麦香波士顿龙虾

Generously laced with oatmeal and the distinct taste of fried egg white, the Boston Lobster will be the highlight in the coming month of April.

We loved that the meaty chunk of lobster meat gave a sweet, flavourful and firm bite. It was so well fried. What delighted us further was the personal demo from Manager showing us how he removed the shell from the pincer, exposing the entire pincer meat. We only needed to bite that chunk of meat off then lick our fingers after that ✌

Totally awesome! Totally unlike the typical zichar kind of oat and cereal prawn thingy. ♡  This is a league on it’s own.

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Stir-fried Boston Lobster with Golden Stripe and Oatmeal 金丝麦香波士顿龙虾

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Stir-fried Boston Lobster with Golden Stripe and Oatmeal 金丝麦香波士顿龙虾


Watching the skillful removal of pincer shell amazed us how easily removable the succulent meat in the pincer was.

Under the Boston Lobster Promotion (1st April – 30th April 2017), there will be a choice of seven (7) cooking styles to choose from.  I believe one would mull over the selection just by looking at the menu.  The seven cooking styles available are listed below :-

  • Deep-fried with Crispy Golden Cereal 金丝麦片
  • Baked with Salted Egg and Cheese 芝士流沙焗
  • Baked with Black Truffle in Supreme Stock 上汤黑松露酱焗
  • Deep-fried and coated with Mayo and Mixed Nuts 果香珊汁
  • Baked in “Portuguese” Style 葡式焗
  • Stir-fried with Chill Paste 辣椒
  • Baked with Creamy Custard Pumpkin Sauce 奶皇焗

Boston Lobster will be sold at $11.80++ per 100g during the promotional period.

Steamed Silver Cod with Spicy Bean Sauce 酱蒸银鳕鱼

From far even before the dish could reach our table, I could tell that my favourite fish is coming up just from the design of the bowl.  This seems to be the signature bowl used for serving fish dishes at Peach Blossoms.  Hahah!

I still remember the vivid tangy and spicy assam flavour from our last visit when Peach Blossoms had the Abalone Set Menu promotion.  This time round, Chef upped one notch on the level of spiciness for the accompanying sauce.  As Audrey could not stomach the sharp spiciness of the Spicy Bean Sauce, I gobbled up two whole servings of the Silver Cod with no regrets.  It is really very, very hot and spicy with the savoury kind, not mala numbing kind.  So if you are infatuated with spicy flavour like I do, this one dish will awaken all your sensations without failing to leave you asking for more.

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Steamed Silver Cod with Spicy Bean Sauce 酱蒸银鳕鱼


Steamed Silver Cod with Spicy Bean Sauce 酱蒸银鳕鱼

Steamed Bean Curd stuffed with Minced Pork in “Chao Shan” Style 潮汕家乡煎酿豆腐煲

This Yong Tau Fu  tasted very similar to what my mum makes at home, except that I could not taste the presence of salted fish or fish meat in the minced pork in a typical Hakka style.  The broth with was rich in flavour and I must admit that it is more superior to my mum’s simple soya bean + ikan bilis soup.

Chao Shan is located in the region around the Eastern Guangdong.   With Chao Zhou right below the Hakka-populated Meizhou Province in China, it is no wonder that both styles of cooking look and taste similar.  I wonder who copied who many decades ago. ;p

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Steamed Bean Curd stuffed with Minced Pork in “Chao Shan” Style 潮汕家乡煎酿豆腐煲

Pan-fried Rice Vermicelli and Glass Noodles with Shredded Duck Meat 香煎鸭丝干炒鸳鸯米粉

The familiar “chaotah” bee hoon was given a touch of elegance with the abundance of shredded duck meat stir-fried to smokey fragrance.  With the use of a mixture of glass noodles and vermicelli, it is one final stomach-filling dish that should not be missed even after all the fulfilling dishes prior.

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Pan-fried Rice Vermicelli and Glass Noodles with Shredded Duck Meat 香煎鸭丝干炒鸳鸯米粉

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Pan-fried Rice Vermicelli and Glass Noodles with Shredded Duck Meat 香煎鸭丝干炒鸳鸯米粉

Duo Dessert Combinations 香芒椰子冻配流沙煎堆

To make the meal complete, this Duo Dessert Combi of Chilled Coconut Jelly with Mango Puree served with Coconut Ice Cream and Deep-fried Glutinous Rice Ball filled with Custard and Salted Egg Yolk is here to find their way into your tummy.

To conclude the meal with the most perfect ending, start from the right with a medley of sweetness and work your way all the way to the left for the finale burst of savoury salted egg yolk lava encased within the very sticky, very QQ glutinous rice ball.  This is by no means a hastily prepared dessert as can be seen that the efforts have been put into plating.

Peach Blossoms Marina Mandarin

Duo Dessert Combinations 香芒椰子冻配流沙煎堆 * Chilled Coconut Jelly with Mango Puree served with Coconut Ice Cream * Deep-fried Glutinous Rice Ball filled with Custard and Salted Egg Yolk

Every dish was beautifully plated and served hot.  I went into food coma when the spoon was finally laid down.

Peach Blossoms
Level 5, Marina Mandarin Singapore
6 Raffles Boulevard
Singapore 039594 (Map)

Reservations :
Call (65) 6845 1118/1111 or email peachblossoms.marina@meritushotels.com.

Opening Hours :
Monday – Friday Lunch: 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Weekend Lunch (Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays): 11.00am – 3.00pm
Daily Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm

We are grateful for the opportunity to be invited for a sumptious lunch at Peach Blossoms, for the purposes of this review. We were not remunerated monetarily for the review, all opinions and experiences remain our own alone. All photos unless otherwise mentioned are copyright of Peach Blossoms and were provided for the purposes of this review.  All other photos remain the copyright property of SAys! Happy Mums and may not be reproduced without prior notice or written permission given.

~ SAys! Shirley :) 

About Marina Mandarin Singapore, by Meritus

Marina Mandarin Singapore is a world-class, 5-star luxury hotel that offers breathtaking views of Marina Bay and the financial district.

Enjoying an excellent location in the heart of the city, the hotel has direct access to the Marina Square Shopping Mall, and is opposite the Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre and The Esplanade–Singapore’s premier performing arts centre. The hotel is also perfectly situated right on the trackside of the annual Singapore Grand Prix Formula One race.

Complemented by a host of comprehensive amenities, the hotel’s 575 well-appointed guest rooms and suites are specially tailored to meet the needs of discerning business and leisure travellers.

With a distinctively majestic atrium soaring through 21 levels of the hotel, Marina Mandarin Singapore is imbued with a philosophy of providing Asian grace, warmth and care in an atmosphere of relaxed elegance.

About Meritus Hotels & Resorts

Meritus Hotels & Resorts is a Singapore-based hotel management company under the Hospitality Division of OUE Limited (SGX-ST: “OUE”), a diversified real estate owner, developer and operator with a portfolio of iconic properties in prime locations in Asia and the United States.

As an award-winning hospitality brand, Meritus has been providing guests its signature Asian Grace, Warmth and Care for over 40 years. With hotels and resorts strategically located in key cities and idyllic sanctuaries in Singapore and Malaysia, Meritus is soon extending its footprint in more locations around the region, particularly in Southeast Asia and China.

Meritus Hotels & Resorts is three-time winner of Most Popular Heritage Brand at the Singapore Prestige Brand Award (SPBA), demonstrating its impact as a home-grown Singapore brand that has become an important benchmark for values and best practices that other local brand owners strive to attain. More recently, the Group was also conferred Global Winner – Luxury Hotel Chain at the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2013.

For more information visit www.meritushotels.com.

Going Mad about Music with Sid Bowfin |25Feb- 12Mar 2017

This was the very first time we’ve gone to the theatres not for a drama but for a musical treat and the kids loved every minute of Crazy Classics with Sid Bowfin at the Drama Centre Black Box last Sunday.


You may be thinking, really? Can classical music really be fun… and for kids?? Well, I had my doubts before going this weekend and the children were the best judges. Every little one was enjoying Sid’s fun easy going way with the Classical pieces. He fiddled on his violin to the delight of the small audience who were clapping ,tapping along and having pure 60minutes of fun.

I liked that the show  was held at the Blackbox Theatre, a small cosy setting that made it all the more intimate and interactive. It didn’t feel intimidating (even though it was classical music haha)! Before midway, Sid Bowfin had already gotten the children on their feet and dancing to the classics he was belting out.

Sid Bowfin seemed to make classical music accessible even for the littlest one or the most clueless one that had zero musical background. He talked to his audience, interacted and told us stories of each piece he was about to play. He made everyone laugh easily with his funny expressions, crazy antics and jokes. The audience participation was unending and there was no lack of volunteers as hands waved up and down to be picked.

I was happy to see Wey very enthusiastic throughout the performance. He was trying his best to be picked as a volunteer. LOL! It has always been a big regret for me when Wey stopped music lessons last year because we just couldn’t quite find the time; with him being in the afternoon session in Primary school. Although I’ve heard him tell me that he wants to restart music once he gets to morning session, I was not sure that he meant it. And yet last weekend, I saw the twinkle in his eyes as the music played on, and yes perhaps, next year, he will go back to music again, when time permits. 🙂 In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if many of the children at the show are already asking for violin lessons, thanks to Sid Bowfin (aka Adrian Garratt).

Even though the theatre is small, do note that it is free seating so get there early to get better seats. In any case, Sid does make an extra effort to go to his audience, even those seated behind got to be up close and personal with him so no one gets left out. Also, if you care to stay on after the performance, you can have family pictures taken with Sid Bowfin for that precious keepsake.

If you have a budding musician at home or just want to introduce and inspire the little ones, Sid Bowfin will certainly be a fun way to do it. Crazy Classics with Sid Bowfin is presented by Act 3 International and runs at The Drama Centre Black Box Theatre from 25February – 12 March 2017. Tickets are available from SISTIC, http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/ccrazy0317  more details at the end of the post.



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About Act3 International presents Crazy Classics with Sid Bowfin


When: 25 February to 12 March 2017| Mon – Fri: 9am | Sat & Sunday : 10.30am & 2.30pm

Where: Drama Centre Black Box


Who: 4 years and above and their families

Ticket Pricing : Standard $28 Weekdays, $38 Weekends (Excludes Booking Fee)

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

Tickets available through:
SISTIC Website

SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

*For School Group Bookings, please call ACT 3 International at 6735 9986

Prosperous Pleasures & Abundance of Treasures at Aquamarine CNY Buffet

With Christmas behind us and the Year of the Rooster arriving fast and furious in 3 weeks, everyone is always doubly busy with spring cleaning, putting up decorations, banking, and not to forget, meal-planning for reunion dinner and CNY gatherings at this time of the year.

If you have not done any planning yet, now is the time to make your reservations at AquaMarine for a gathering this CNY.  Located at Level 4 of Marina Mandarin, the Halal buffet restaurant is easily a crowd-pleaser with their splendid spread of delectable cuisine from Asian and International countries.

With planning in advance and innovative twist to the usual fare, Executive Chef Tony Khoo and Chef Chan Tuck Wai have specially prepared a line up of festive dishes to celebrate the joyous festival.

Yu Sheng (Salmon) – DIY

At the Yu Sheng DIY station, grab for yourselves as much treasures as you can with AquaMarine’s Signature Yu Sheng with fresh Salmon Sashimi.  After all, the more one grabs, the more ‘huat’ one will be right?


Roasted Duck and Wok Fried Leek in Buckwheat Crepes

Presenting our top vote, these crepe-wrapped roasted duck and wok-fried leek was a champion both in aesthetics appeal and tastes.  Rather than sampling small portions of the same duck and leek from the boring-looking warmer, this pancake-style alternative using healthy buckwheat for a wrap gave us a very different gastro-perience (if there is such a word) right out of from the buffet table.  This is a MUST-TRY!


Whole abalone, Sea Cucumber and Lobster Dumpling with Crustacean Sauce

Served as the stunning highlight during CNY Reunion Dinner (27 Jan 2017) is fresh Whole Abalone, Sea Cucumber and Lobster Dumpling swimming in a pool of deeply-flavoured Crustacean Sauce with a tinge of spice.  Everybody’s well-loved abalone and sea cucumber are braised to perfection – soft to the bite yet there is a little bit of firmness to them.

Together with the large chunk of lobster in the big dumpling symbolising a large money sack, I wished I could have another serving to lick the plate clean!  Gimme MORE, pretty please!



Wagyu Beef Short Ribs Kong Bag Pau

This Wagyu Beef Short Ribs Kong Bag Pau with 8 Spices has been cooked slowly for 16 hours to obtain tender chunks of beef with deep, flavourful gravy to soak steamed and ever soft lotus bun with.

An unique twist to the pork belly that we are used to, the wagyu beef kong bah pau is flavoured exactly like how we love it – thick, savoury gravy and (fatty) beef.  The addition of soya bean sprouts and lettuce matches the sinful yet delish dish very much.



Steamed Seafood with Cordycep Blossom In Lotus Leaves

Think fresh, sweet and succlent seafood from this eye-catching steamed basket of seafood enhanced with the nutritious cordycep blossoms and the fragrance from lotus leaves.  Symbolising abundance of laughter and happiness for the coming new year, the flower crabs, large prawns and bountiful seafood catch is a treasure trove to look out for.

A word of advice – don’t miss the soup!


Stewed Mee Sua with Seafood

After sampling the wave of delicious dishes above and not forgetting other food from the rest of the usual buffet spread at AquaMarine, we’d recommend going for a serving of warm mee sua stewed with fresh seafood.  The significance of longevity in mee sua is what everyone needs in the new year ahead.  The mee sua soaked in all the invigorating sweetness from the seafood and it settled comfortably in our stomachs after a satisfying meal.


Mandarin Orange Cake

For the coming Year of the Rooster, AquaMarine’s Mandarin Orange Cake certainly looks all set to welcome a year of prosperity and abundance with a wealthy burst of citrusy sweetness and auspicious fruity taste in every bite.


CNY Aquamarine Reunion Buffet Dinner
27 Jan 2017 from 630pm to 10pm
$128++ per adult and $64++ per child 5-12yrs old

CNY Day 1 and 2 Aquamarine Buffet 
28 and 29 Jan 2017
Lunch $68++ per adult
Dinner $88++ per adult

CNY Aquamarine Festive Buffet
16 Jan to 17 Feb 2017 (except 27, 28 and 29 Jan 2017) from 630pm to 10pm
Sun – Thurs $70++ per adult and $35++ per child (5-12yrs old)
Fri and Sat $80++ per adult and $40++ per child (5-12yrs old)

Festive Takeaway Menu is available for download here.

6 Raffles Boulevard, Level 4, Marina Mandarin, Singapore 039594 (Map)

Reservations & Enquiries:
Call (65) 6845 1111, email aquamarine.marina@meritushotels.com or visit www.marinamandarin.com.sg/dining for more information.

We are grateful for the opportunity to be invited for a sumptious lunch at AquaMarine, for the purposes of this review. We were not remunerated monetarily for the review, all opinions and experiences remain our own alone. All photos unless otherwise mentioned are copyright of AquaMarine and were provided for the purposes of this review.  All other photos remain the copyright property of SAys! Happy Mums and may not be reproduced without prior notice or written permission given.

~ SAys! Shirley :) 

The Completion of My Flawlessly-Painted Walls by Nippon Paint Professionals

It has been almost three months since I last updated about the painting of base coat for my walls and ceiling by Nippon Professional Painters at the new house and other renovation issues.  Seriously, how come I did not realize so many weeks has passed?  I can only remember packing and cleaning, packing and cleaning.  And I am not done with it, yet.

After my carpentry works was completed, Nippon painters popped by again for the top coat painting.  If you asked me whether it was worthwhile to let the professionals do the painting instead of doing the DIY way, my reply would be, yes totally worth it.  Why? Read on to find out more.

The week I was more certain of the completion of carpentry works, I scheduled with Nippon’s Project Manager, Alan to fix my appointment.  With that date locked into my renovation schedule, my carpenters worked hard enough to complete everything for me in good time.  I must really thank them for that as Alan had only about 1 or 2 slots available for me by then.  It is year end season and Nippon Professionals are almost fully booked.

It was pretty exciting to see spanking new tins of paint labelled with the chosen colour codes and names as they were carried into our new house that morning.  No longer was there a need to be suspicious over whether brand new paint was delivered, or if the requested colours were substituted with similar shades or brand like what I mentioned in this post earlier.  It felt really good!


16 x 5L tins plus 4 x 1L tins for feature colours here for my 4-bedder (125m2)

The day started with Alan going through the painting scheme with the lead painter.


As he went from room to room specifying the colour coding, the lead painter will use a masking tape to label on the particular walls so that any of the three painters around the house will know which colour to use once they see this label below.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Remembrance (NP OW1053P) for Living/Dining & bedroom walkway.  We chose this ultra gentle shade of grey because my hubby fell in love with a photo from Nippon’s Paint Catalogue (Colour My World 2016).  Being grey, it fitted our choice of colour scheme for the house very well as well.

I was initially worried that the masking tape will peel off the base coat layer and in fact, anywhere else in the house because my neighbour’s room floor laminate skirting got peeled off like paper when their contractor removed the flooring protection.  Yes, this is how lousy developer-supplied floor laminates is now.  Made in Germany too!  Bleh!


Alan quickly assured me that they only used Nippon-approved masking tape for all their painting works.  The adhesive on the tape is of high quality and will not peel off wall paint, carpentry or floor skirting laminates.  Upon comparison with those masking tape my contractor used, I found the quality to be indeed different.  To simply describe it without looking into any technical specifications, Nippon’s masking tape is just sticky enough to stick, but does not leave behind stubborn glue stains and is not too sticky when peeling it off.  Something like 3M’s Stick-It notepad but stickier.

As Alan went about his business from literally wall to wall, the other two painters were already busy doing protection works for the carpentry and other house accessories.


These plastic drop cloths came in really good size of 9ft x 12ft (3m x 4m).  One piece can easily cover over a full-width full-height window or carpentry works like my bed head.  There was no need to “join” pieces together – so convenient and smart!





Right before they start work, they went around the house to sand down rough surfaces once more although they already had done it before painting of base coat.  I was really happy with their meticulous work.  Professionals 就是 Professionals!


As usual, the first step to painting is to paint around the electrical fixtures using a small brush.


Nippon Odour-less Anti-Mould Celing White was applied onto the ceilings throughout the entire house.  I don’t need to worry over flaking paint or mouldy ceiling for a long, long time now even though I stay close to the riverside and I don’t like having bathroom windows open throughout the night for fear of creepy crawlies invasion.


Flaking paint ready to peel off (and at the patch near to light source, my hubby repainted it himself).

Even the small width of space where my curtain pelmet is, was not overlooked.



This is how it looks like after paint around the electrical fixtures is applied.

Once the critical areas were covered, they covered the entire ceiling and walls using standard sized paint brush.  This was when the guys could work really fast covering wall after wall within few hours.  They took their lunch rest after covering the entire house with first layer of top coat and resumed work to apply the second and final layer when the first coat of paint was dry enough.

The following few photos will show the different colours of the completed paint job.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Lilac White (1138) for my Master Bedroom.  The high gloss is the result of freshly-painted first layer.  When it dries, it becomes a low sheen that allows great washability for families with kids.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Mint Scent (NP OW1066P) for the kids’ study area and library.  Experts say green is good for the eyes and I need to keep cool with the minty colour when I guide them on learning!


Completion done for Study Room by mid afternoon.  Isn’t this colour so soothing for the eyes?


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Blue Swirl (NP OW1068P) for walls and Winning Streak (NP BGG1566P) as feature colour for windows.  The happy didi was proud to have his own room (but not sleeping on his own) in his chosen colours here.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Blue Swirl (NP OW1068P) for walls and Green Rhythm (NP BGG1060P) as feature colour for windows for Jiejie’s bedroom.  Our whole family is loving it.  And this colour combi works well with either green or blue bedsheets ❤


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Remembrance (NP OW1053P) for the bedroom walkway and living/dining area.


Nippon Weatherbond in Linen White (BS10B15) is used for my balcony that is so exposed to outdoor rain and shine because there is no provision for windows.

True to product specifications, the Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash has totally no paint smell.  Throughout the day, I did not detect any odour.  As you can see from some of the photos, I felt safe to bring didi along for inspection works after school hours.  With it’s anti-stain formula for twice the washability over the classic original “Easy Wash with Teflon”, it is great for homes with children.  This works for homes which are still being lived in while doing repainting works because it does not inconvenient home owners and there is no need to avoid the home for days just for the paint smell to be fully gone.

I heard from a new neighbour who DIY-ed that it took them 2 days just to complete the ceiling.  After 4 days of painting, the couple could not take it any more and roped in their friends for help to complete the work.  Comparatively, all it took for Nippon to complete their job was only 6 hours for base coat and 1 day for top coat (2 layers) for my 4-bedder unit.  3 painters were deployed for each appointment.  With my hubby busy at work and myself going solo on the defects and renovation coordination, I was glad to have Nippon coming on board to help with the neck-breaking painting works.  With the painting done, I could arrange for the move-in of furniture together with the start of serious packing up at my old house.  It was nightmare part 3 *sniff*.

Many many weeks later, my family shifted over to the new house with 46 boxes (by the mover) and probably 10-15(?) by myself before we decided to let the mover take them.  We originally thought that we could manage the non-bulky items on our own especially I come to the new house on a daily basis.  It turned out to be too much for us and for just an additional of $150 on top of the fees for bulky items, I happily let them have my money!


We took a week to unbox 90% of our stuffs within a week.  However now that we are into the 2nd week of stay, we are still taking things out from where they were and putting them into another cabinet again.  The study room is in a mess and totally not ready for the new school year and it looks like I have to throw away one of the cabinets I brought over from the old house because the room gave me a feeling of claustrophobia.  Can’t imagine how the kids would study in that room so tightly packed with books and shelves 😦

Here’s a glimpse into my pretty decent showroom-condition home before the live-in mess kicks in >.<


Nippon Weatherbond in Linen White (BS10B15) – View into my house from the main door.


Nippon Weatherbond in Linen White (BS10B15) for balcony and Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Remembrance (NP OW1053P) for Living/Dining.


View from my beloved sofa


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Remembrance (NP OW1053P) for my living area.  I love how the light grey complemented very well with the overall colour scheme in the house and that sometimes when it is very bright, the grey actually appears to have a bluish effect! ❤


There it is, my beloved sofa with Remembrance (NP OW1053P) in the background.  I’m waiting for a good time to take out a nice piece of my kiddos’ canvas art work to hang on that wall.  The dining chairs are bespoke pieces from Taobao at a fraction of the original price. ❤


Nippon Odour-less Anti Mould Ceiling White for the ceiling in my mini wet kitchen and yard (not shown) that hardly allows for 2 pax to work in it smoothly.


Nippon Odour-less Anti-Mould Ceiling White for all 3 bathrooms.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Lilac White (1138) for Master Bedroom.  I’m loving the new mattress bought from King Koil warehouse sale that gave me the much-needed rest at night.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Mint Scent (NP OW1066P) in the very-not-ready Study Room.  Boxes are still everywhere with books waiting to be sold off or to have a space found for them.


Study room view from the windows with the kiddos’ wall of books.  I’m surprised these IKEA Billy bookcases survived the movers’ handling!  No need to throw any of them away after the shift. ❤


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash in Blue Swirl (NP OW1068P) for walls and Winning Streak (NP BGG1566P) as feature colour for windows for didi’s room.  We sold off the Single-sized mattress and left the room as a play room for the kids at the moment while we took the time to decide on a new storage bed in either Queen or Super Single.


Nippon Odour-less Easy Wash Blue Swirl (NP OW1068P) for walls and Green Rhythm (NP BGG1060P) as feature colour for windows.  This room with Queen-sized bed is right now functioning as the bedroom for both kids until we can decide on the use of didi’s room.

I provided the respective colour code for references purposes.  However due to different lighting condition and screen setting, actual colours will appear slightly different from the photos I posted.  It is best that you request for a copy of catalogue sent to your preferred address via normal post.  I received my copy in the letterbox within a week.  Alternatively, you can request for a free colour consultation and quotation from the Nippon Paint Professionals by calling 6319 7222.


Nippon is currently running a very special promotion right now for painting packages signed on or before 27 Jan 2017.  With free gifts, free additional colour, free upgrade for ceiling paint and discounted sealer coat packges, they even allow payment by 0% interest free instalment now.  Not only these, stand to win RWS staycation packages (5 winners) with every painting package signed up too!


If you have been procrastinating, there is no better time to give the home a fresh new look than now.  As for the labourious task of shifting and doing protection to the furniture, let the professionals do it!

Thank you for reading this post and joining us on SAys! Happy Mums.  If you enjoy reading our blog, please follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.  We hope to see you back again soon.

~ SAys! Shirley 🙂

I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to experience the Nippon Professional Painting Services package.  This post concludes the 3-part feature review in the collaboration with Nippon Paint Singapore.  We were not remunerated monetarily for the review, all opinions and experiences remain our own alone.  Photographs unless otherwise stated are copyright of  Nippon Paint Singapore.  All other photos remain the copyright property of SAys! Happy Mums and may not be reproduced without prior notice or written permission given.

{Review} I Theatre’s The Magic Paintbrush | An Amazing Full Circle

If you haven’t booked your tickets to The Magic Paintbrush yet, please do! This is a most amazing production by I Theatre as it is the finale production for their 15th year Anniversary Celebrations!

Super happy Trio – They love the theatres!

We went to the Drama Centre Theatre on Saturday with no clue what it would be like since it was an entirely new remake, redesigned play from its first staging. And we were totally blown away by the scale of the production!

The Magic Paintbrush was first performed 16 years ago in 2000 and was the inspiration for creating I Theatre as a theatre production company. How apt it is for this year’s 15th Anniversary celebrations to end on a high note with a reworked version of The Magic Paintbrush– I Theatre has come full circle and continues to bring so much joy and inspiration for local children’s theatre.

The play opens with what every parent and school going child would be able to relate to. A young girl preparing for exams and told to study hard, and not just do her best but “Be the Best”!


Shocking revelations indeed for every Singaporean parent to see themselves on stage perhaps? And then the magical journey begins …. when the girl Toni wishes she was someone else, wishes she was Ma Liang who is a poor but talented orphan. She thinks it’s way better not to have parents… and the inexplicable Magic Paintbrush grants her wish…


From there the audience is transported to another world in ancient China, where Toni is now (as she wished) Ma Liang, and she has to fend for herself, to work hard in order to survive and yet having no opportunities to explore her talent in painting because she has no money.

But Ma Liang is given an opportunity of a lifetime to do good, when he is given a Magic Paintbrush ~ Whatever he paints comes to life! Will he use this power to do good or to bring selfish benefits?


Wonderful lively cast that kept the audience excited!

What will he do when faced with personal danger? Will Ma Liang succumb to the threats of the greedy Emperor and his wicked schemes? What happens to Ma Liang?


Loved the beautiful costumes!

The new Magic Paintbrush is extravagant and grand, it is so big scale that even the adults will be captivated. The sets were beautifully designed and so impressive that you may not think it was for children’s theatre. I loved the upbeat music, the beautiful life-sized sets and the amazingly detailed costumes! WOW!!


Impressive stage set

Expect a visual treat from colourful sets and intricate costumes, to puppets and even a segment with black light theatre (which is always a hit with the children).


We enjoyed every bit of the 1.5hours at the Drama Centre Theatre and I think everyone in the audience would agree with me that I Theatre has outdone itself this time! The theatre was lit with laughter through out the play!

Our take way from the play was more than just the theatre fun. I asked Wey what he thought was the moral of the story… and was amazed that he told me “If you have the power to do good, do it. Make someone else happy. Don’t use it just to get more money or be rich, like the wicked Emperor!” Such valuable life lessons delivered in a beautiful play, I hope he keeps forever.


The Magic Paintbrush is indeed a fitting climax to a celebratory year for I Theatre! Once again thank you I Theatre and Congratulations! Thank you for bringing beautiful theatre to brighten the lives of the littlest ones and enchanting yet another generation with music and drama!

And don’t forget to stay behind for the special Meet and Greet photography session which is always a highlight at all I Theatre productions! Loving our keepsake photos!

Love these photo keepsakes of our theatre fun together

The Magic Paintbrush runs at the Drama Centre Theatre at the NLB from 27 October – 12 November 2016. Do make your bookings asap before tickets are sold out! Click http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/paint1116?cid=itheatre-HLI-paint1116 and have fun at the theatres with the amazing cast! We hear that there are lots in store coming 2017 and we’re very excited for the new season, do follow I Theatre’s facebook for the latest updates.

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SAys! Audrey 🙂 

We are grateful for the opportunity to attend ITheatre’s The Rainbow Fish for the purposes of this review. We were not remunerated for the review, all opinions and experiences remain our own alone. All photos unless otherwise mentioned are copyright of I Theatre and were provided for the purposes of this review. All other photos remain the copyright property of SAys! Happy Mums and may not be reproduced without prior notice or written permission given.

About The Magic Paintbrush








When: 27 October to 12 November 2016| Mon – Fri: 10am | Sat: 10.30am & 2.30pm

Where: Drama Centre Theatre

Who: 3 years and above and their families

Ticket Pricing : Standard $32 (Excludes Booking Fee)

Duration: 75 minutes plus 15 minutes interval

Tickets available through:
SISTIC Website

SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

{Review} Pangdemonium’s RENT! | A Broadway Musical Treat

After a most touching and wonderful production of Falling, Pangdemonium surprises yet again with a stellar cast and an amazing production of RENT at the Drama Centre Theatre from 7- 23 October 2016.

Indeed this new production of RENT in Singapore is a fitting round off for Pangdemonium’s 2016 Season of Love! Simply not to be missed if you are a musical lover. We had a wonderful Sunday matinee filled with beautiful singing that left our souls recharged, thanks to Pangdemonium’s generous media invite that opening weekend.

RENT premiered in 1996, winning the Tony Award for Best Musical, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Although, I have not watched this overseas, I think I can quite safely say that Pangdemonium did no disservice to this well loved musical.  This year’s production of RENT in Singapore is spectacular and it showcases amazing local talent!

RENT is set in NYC amidst social unrest, drug abuse, prejudice, same-sex relationships and HIV AIDS. A group of young talented adults searching for hope, for love and for meaning in life  despite uncertainty, rejection and fears. The narrator Mark (Benjamin Chow who last saw in The LKY Musical and The Three Billy Goats Gruff) is a struggling film-maker and is room mates with doomed musician Roger (Cameron MacDonald). Roger feels depressed and haunted by the suicide of his HIV AIDS girlfriend but inevitably finds love again in a young beautiful but troubled club dancer, Mimi (Tabitha Nauser) who also suffers from HIV AIDS. And then, there is the same-sex relationship between Tech wizard, Collins (Juan Jackson) and drag queen Angel (Aaron Khaled), which is a beautiful giving love that ends in tragedy as Angel dies from HIV as well. This very loving relationship is perhaps starkly contrasted against a more disastrous explosive same sex relationship between wild-child performance artist Maureen (Mina Kaye) and Joanne (Frances Lee), a hot-shot human rights lawyer.  These few friends struggle against all challenges with broken hearts, some fractured friendships, love and loss pushed to the limits and come out perhaps stronger, together.

RENT was first performed 20 years ago in perhaps a somewhat different world when social norms and acceptance was not rampant. In today’s modernity, even in our own Asian society, personal beliefs aside, homosexuality does not seem like a taboo subject anymore. It is still a relevant powerful musical, if not, as a window into the souls of those at society’s fringe.


Indeed, the hubs and I had an amazing afternoon with the stellar cast of Pangdemonium’s RENT. Just the dance sequences alone were nothing short of awe-inspiring. And then there is the sensational singing of not just one but the entire cast. Personally, I was amazed at the vocal talent and loved every moment of the beautiful singing on stage. One of my personal favourites was Maureen, played by Mina Kaye, who so amazingly thrilled us with her powerful vocals in Little Voice, not so long ago. She made yet another incomparable performance at RENT and I can’t wait to see what she does when she’s back from her studies in the USA. Tabitha Nauser, who played Exotic Dancer Mimi, was a delight to watch with her melodious lyrical voice and sleek dance moves, she charmed the audience effortlessly.

The 2 hours 3o minutes flew by all too quickly and the theatre was lit with thunderous applause from the audience at the end.

The memorable characters are bound to remain with you even as you leave the theatres and yes, the music will make your heart sing and lift your spirits in this dreary October month. RENT is as powerful and as energetic as it is about friendship, acceptance and love in spite of poverty, hopelessness and rejection.

Do catch RENT if you have been lucky to get hold of tickets which are almost sold out already! IF you still have not gotten tickets yet at http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/rent1016, check and check again if they may have returns, and GO!

Pangdemonium 2017 Season Ticket

If you missed getting tickets to this yet another  amazing production by Pangdemonium, you may like to snap up the season tickets for 2017 which is available already! Click Pangdemonium 2017 Season Ticket to purchase at SISTIC and you’re sure never to miss out on any of the great productions next year ~ The Pillowman in February, Tango in May and Fun Home in September 2017!


About RENT

When:  7 to 23 October 2016 | 7.30pm (Tues – Sat)| 2.30pm (Sat & Sun)| Sun, 23 Oct: 7.30pm

Who: Rating: R18 Mature Content

  • Advisory 16: Mature Content for 12 & 19 October 2016 7.30pm and 15 & 22 October 2016 2.30pm Shows
  • No admission for infant in arms and children below 13 years old

Duration: Approximately 2 hrs 30 min plus 15 min interval

Ticket Price : Exclude SISTIC Charges

Preview (7 Oct 2016)

Standard: S$70, S$50, S$30
Restricted View: S$25

Tue – Thu & Sun matinees
Standard: S$85, S$65, S$45
Restricted View: S$30

Fri & Sat evenings
Standard: S$95, S$75, S$55
Restricted View: S$40

For more information, visit http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/rent1016

Tickets available through:
SISTIC Website

SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide