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Another addition to Alabang Town Center's new wing is the Chinese restaurant Shi Lin.
Shi Lin's Spicy Seaweed
A while back, the family visited Taipei and it was one of those great vacations. We all fell in love with the city, the food, and the shopping. The highlight was our visit to the Shi Lin food and fashion night market. It was an amazing experience!
It was a pleasant surprise when a restaurant (also) named Shi Lin popped up in ATC's new wing. Camille insisted that we dine there but our love fo... read more »
there is a new building open near my home at Bouna Vista MRT. it is suppose to be a church with food + some shopping below it. the restaurants are opened ( not fully) but some. headed down for some yummy food on Sat. the place is quite huge with a couple of restaurants and a food court.this time we had our lunch at The Kitchen ~ their food court lol. the food actually is not bad and quite reasonable actually
us goofing around lol
had our deserts at Marble Slab. yummy..sinful lo
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I am in the process of moving so I am selling a lot of my items that are not packed away yet for a great price. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the pieces, I just do not want to pack them away and forget about them or they get lost in transit or crushed in the boxes in the process of moving. You know movers can be a little rough with your boxes at times. I'd rather sell them for a reasonable price in hopes that they find a good home and someone can enjoy them. Some auctions end soon so hurry on by... read more »
Skin is in at the 2012 Beijing International Auto Show. A slowing economy and fierce competition from imported brands is putting pressure on auto sales in China which, according to the China Association of Automotive Manufacturers could mean that half of the home grown brands will cease to exist in the next three to five years. Currently China has 72 brands and the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) behind those brands can pump out almost 30 million vehicles a year. Unfortunately, not all the ... read more »
Famous Taiwanese street food: chewy and bouncy "Taro Balls (some are made with yam)" in a sweet dessert syrup. It is very easy to make at home.著名台灣小吃：香Q的芋圓、地瓜圓，在家裡自己做十分簡單方便。ingredients:plain mashed Taro root (or yam): steam the taro root (yam) until soft, then mash finely.sweet potato starch (this is a special starch that gives the balls the chewy texture; replace some sweet potato starch with corn starch will lead to a softer texture.)sugar (preferably NOT to be added; for one it is healthier, and secon... read more »
If you've ever owned a smartphone you know the drill: mandatory data plan. Even if you're willing to go wifi-only with data and restrict cellular to voice service your carrier won't allow you to not have a data plan. Well I'm here to say that there is a way to avoid the mandatory data plan (for now) but going that route does have a few pitfalls...Yes, you can have a smartphone and notbe forced into a data plan!For years I've been irritated that you can't opt to go voice-only with your smartphone cellular... read more »
Price Range: Mid-range
Recommended For: A substantial bowl of noodles
Catphobia-Friendly?: Well, it’s above ground level in a mall, so yeah pretty much!
First world problem: Going to a restaurant you love that is located far away from where you stay/work, and being torn between trying out exciting new dishes or sticking to your satisfaction-guaranteed favourite.
Taiwan House actually has an interesting-looking menu, with quite a range of noodle dishes. There’s even this spri... read more »
Looking back at the times that preeded until now, I feel life did not come with much options. Like I remember having just one television in our house with just one boring national DD television, which itself had very few options of entertainment.Likewise, vacations just meant going to my maternal grandparent's home every year for so many years. Reading only meant reading course books, and in vacations just one some odd story book.Radio only meant vived bharti; movies meant some stupid high voltage dramas... read more »