Clive Sin

Clive Sin struggles between ideals and guidelines. Gibberish and rhythm. Passion and control. Clive Sin is an ever-evolving identity forged from the tensions between authority and chaos. He is currently a media undergraduate at Nanyang Technological University, seeking to master the art of manipulating sound, light and words to generate meaningful and purposeful content. Clive has also been a volunteer at the Singapore Red Cross Youth for more than eight years. Besides sharing humanitarian law with secondary school cadets, his love for humanity is shown whenever he smiles and greets the coffee shop auntie who serves him fruit juice in the morning. Full Profile

Quick Effective Recovery from Injury & Sickness with Integrative Medical Approach

Speed up your recovery from injury or illness with three quick and effective integrative medical approach tips from Ed Dailey. The mainstream approach to recovery from injuries and illness is by using western medicine to address physical symptoms. However, there are many factors involved when managing the body’s recovery process. …

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10 Easy Yoga poses to know on your road to SOULSCAPE Festival

Practice these 10 easy yoga poses to ease into sunset yoga at SOULSCAPE Festival  I remember doing yoga for the first time. Copying the moves from the yoga instructor was difficult enough. Learning how to twist and turn into the poses and gaining awareness of my body was another level …

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3 Ways to master the perfect Asian Squat

The Asian squat The asian squat is a perfect remedy for weak muscles and rough bowel motions.  Read on to find out about it’s advantages. The perfect asian squat that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong demonstrated at the White House is in fact a healthy posture that everyone should adopt. …

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The Secret of Youth—Chocolate

You only need to eat one thing every day to stay young—chocolate. How is this done? Come find out! Chocolate is a temptation for most people—give in to the temptation and any diet regime is destroyed. Or so you think. Most chocolate bars sold in supermarkets are obviously unhealthy—high sugar …

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How Mobile Fitness Pass Apps Trump Long-Term Gym Memberships

With the recent sudden closure of California Fitness outlets in Singapore, signing up for a long-term gym membership has become more complex. What can you do to ensure that you receive a safe and rewarding gym experience? With the sudden overnight closure of all California Fitness gym outlets in Singapore, …

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Pole Dance Your Way to a Fit and Toned Body

How does twirling around a pole help you tone the body and stay fit? Find out how pole dancing achieves this, and more, than other cardiovascular and workout activities available. Pole dancing is a hobby reserved only for the strip club—well, that may not be the case in recent years, …

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Use Your Clothes to Earn Money, Save Money & Save the Earth with Refash

Think you have nothing wear but have too many unused clothes in your wardrobe? Rather than let them collect dust, make some money by selling them on Refash, a Singaporean venture. You look in your wardrobe—you have too many clothes, but nothing to wear; this must be a woman’s daily …

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5 Health Benefits from Dancing for 30-minutes

There is no such thing as an elixir of youth or life, but there is dance. Find out how dance can make you fitter, smarter, younger and sleep better, in just 30-minutes. When you hear a piece of music, you start moving your body and get lost in the music—you …

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Revealed: Eat Carbs, Lose Weight

Yes, you can lose weight when you eat carbohydrates! You can also build lean muscles, get smarter, and feel more energetic too. So it is time to load up on carbohydrates—that is, complex carbohydrates. When everyone else is abstaining from carbohydrates, go against the flow and start eating them! Before …

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Quickly Escape Stress without Leaving Your Home

There is no need to travel out of Singapore to escape from stress—stay at home and de-stress without turning on the television or computer. You simply just need to return to childhood. A mass of bodies shuffling along, jostling to get into the MRT train. You put your earphones on …

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