5 x 5: What to catch at the Singapore Night Festival and CBD cheap eats guide

By August 19, 20165 x 5, Current

TL;DR – Everything you need to know, summarised for you daily at 5pm.

1) Singapore Night Festival

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The Bras Basah-Bugis precinct will come alive at night once again from tonight with light art installations, roving performances, and fun activities for the whole family. More on what to look out for at the night festival here 

2)Viral video of small boy saved from Aleppo rubble

(Via CNN)

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This haunting image of a small boy who was pulled from the rubble after an airstrike in Aleppo has been making its rounds on the internet. More here

3)US Olympic swimmers under probe

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Brazilian police are considering charging a group of US Olympic swimmers with vandalism and giving false testimony about a robbery. More here 

4) 10 Delicious Tanjong Pagar Eats $5 Or Less For Interns To Survive The CBD

(Via Eatbook.sg)

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A handy guide for cheap eats in the CBD! Gives us something to look forward to next week.

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5) Property agent behind record-breaking $1.1m DBSS deal

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The property agent behind the record-breaking deal is one of the top earners in his firm and he is only 28. Anyone else want to quit their day job? 😮 More here


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