FiTSA – Fitness Training & Sports Academy


On A Mission To Boost Human Performance
FiTSA, also known as Fitness Training & Sports Academy, is the specialised fitness and health unit of FORCE 21 Equipment Pte Ltd. Providing a full spectrum of fitness and sports conditioning services, FiTSA offers optimum fitness solutions for maintaining peak operational readiness to those working in military, security and law enforcement agencies. With programmes designed for all fitness levels, FiTSA’s fitness and health experts are there to impart their knowledge in training, nutrition and body weight management.

Take advantage of FiTSA’s range of services:

Fitness Training and Sports Conditioning Services
Using evidence based training modalities, FiTSA offers customised tactical strength and
conditioning programmes to build strength, speed, stamina, power and agility for those
working in military, law enforcement and firefighting units. In addition, they have sport-
specific fitness training and general conditioning programmes catered to educational
institutions, sports and recreational clubs and associations, as well as the general public.

Continuing Development for Fitness Professionals
FiTSA helps professional fitness trainers and sports coaches enhance their credibility by
furthering their knowledge and specialties through accredited continuing education
programmes and professionally conducted training courses. This aids fitness professionals in progressing in their career paths, broadening career opportunities and to attract more clients.

Fitness & Health Consultancy
Whether you come from a civilian or government organisation, FiTSA offers consultancy
services to promoting corporate wellness and to developing specific conditioning
programmes for your people. They are also equipped to support the establishment and
management of performance centres, and partner in R&D for sports and human performance.

For detailed information, check out FiTSA facebook and Force 21 website now!

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Are You The One Asia Music Festival 2017



I’m excited as I see the red carpets and panel of judges at the media preview of Music Festival – The One Asia. Wondering what to do over this weekend?! Here’s an upcoming event for the feast of your eyes along with good food and great music.

Actual Upcoming Event Date: 5 August 2017, Saturday

Event: The ONE Music Festival

Event Timing: 6pm to 3am

Location: Wavehouse Sentosa

Ticketing Prices: $78 (ONLINE), $108 (DOOR), VIP TICKETS AVAILABLE


Are you drooling over these contestants already?! To all families, friends, fans, supporters, and more, do cheer these beautiful ladies on at the event with your lovely presence! Scream and shout as much as you want for them and bring the party mood to a whole new level!

From sexy to glamorous, they are all in to become THE ONE. Once again, this star search finale and outdoor music festival will be hosted by The Wave House Sentosa. Get ready for a night of fun and excitement as these contestants mesmerize you!



The Sugar Fairy @ 28 Dover Crescent #01-97 (Coffeeshop) Singapore 130028



Meet Sera, a humble, friendly and wonder woman who’s managing The Sugar Fairy, a dessert stall located at 28 Dover Crescent #01-97 (Coffeeshop) Singapore 130028. Folks living in the west, now you know where to find sweet treats for your sweet tooth! Students get special discounts from Tuesdays to Fridays too. Don’t have to look further, The Sugar Fairy makes desserts come true with Sera’s magic wand!


To kickstart, it would be good to go for the “Trilogy”, where you will have a choice of a mini sundae, parfait and waffle. I fell in love with “Into the Woods”, the colourful three layer parfait, which consists of vanilla cream cheese, brownie crumb and berry compote. It gives the tinge of cheesecake feel, chilled, slightly sweet and cheesy, with thick chocolate taste yet softly baked brownie crumbs to chew on. “Fairest of all” is a waffle with vanilla ice cream, berry and mango compote. Fruity and refreshing. You’ll be amazed by the waffles for its soft and fluffy texture, yet warm and crispy with every bite. Sera has also revealed that her specially formulated waffle batter is what she takes great pride in, and I give absolute credits and affirmation for that awesome waffle. “Upon a star” is a sundae, with vanilla and chocolate ice cream, blondie, and brownie crumb, topped with salted caramel and chopped nuts, a top pick among most customers, especially chocolate lovers. This choice of “Trilogy” comes with a reasonable price of $10.50 for all three items.


As for the baked items, I tried The Sugar Fairy’s brownie with salted caramel, blondie with nutty fudge, and cookie with fruit and nut. The brownie has a thick and rich chocolate base, moist, and soft at the same time. I like it with the salted caramel sauce as it complements the taste of the brownie well. The blondie, on the other hand, is a lot sweeter, chewer, softer and denser in texture. Both the brownie and the blondie are reasonably priced at $2.50 each. As for the fruit and nut cookie ($1.80), its texture is a little hard and slightly too sweet for me. Definitely for the sweet tooth! These sweet treats are my sugar rush and instant mood boosters!


“Far Far Away” is a waffle with vanilla and chocolate ice cream, caramelised banana, chocolate fudge and chopped nuts. I call this my ultimate energy food booster because the calories intake will keep me energised throughout my day. To end off on a light note, one thing that you MUST TRY, is the waffles.


I’ll be right here waiting for you!

The Sugar Fairy
Blk 28 Dover Crescent #01-97 (Coffeeshop) Singapore 130028

Orders / Enquiries
Sera (9862 6527)

Follow Us
Instagram: @thesugarfairysg

Available for Orders:
Brownies – bite-sized brownies
Blondies – bite-sized blondies
Big Chewy Cookies – half-sized cookies
4″ square decorated cakes
7″ round decorated cakes


Be it for parties, housewarmings, birthdays, meetings, or more, The Sugar Fairy will make your desserts dreams come true for all adults, kids, friends, family and colleagues!

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Fieat App Delivery



How often can you come home to a feast of laksa?! All thanks to FIEAT APP DELIVERY, good food can now be conveniently delivered to your doorstep with just a few simple clicks!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No more hassle of queuing and buying so much food and carrying them physically all the way home by yourself!


Aside from ordering just food through the app, you can even explore further and sell and buy home made goodies easier through “FIEAT APP” itself!


Everything is well packed, neatly stored and separated in plastic containers for absolute convenience. This way, freshness and hygiene of food is also maintained.


Even the most basic appetisers are well packaged to ensure its quality is not compromised. I give credits to the chef’s efforts in carving the eggs so beautifully even though it’s a “take away” delivery order.


The good thing about delivery is that you can choose to estimate your own portions of food that you desire to eat at one time to minimise food wastage. You can even add a personal touch, using your own cutlery or bowl and dine in comfort at home! This pretty spicy laksa comes with an extremely thick and rich gravy, Q Q texture thick bee hoon, generous servings of fresh cooked prawns, well soaked tau poks, chewy fishballs and fishcakes, fresh tao geys and thinly sliced cucumbers. Every mouthful gets more and more addictive, especially the gravy!


Good food for the soul, on a Friday night, thank God for his blessings and thank you Fieat app for this reality!

May – June 2017 School Holiday Activities & Promotions at Resorts World Genting


The school holidays are nearing in a few days time and Resorts World Genting has lined up a variety of exciting activities that will keep vacationers, whether young or old, absolutely happy! Shaolin kung fu warriors, cheerleaders, street musicians, ballerinas and cosplayers are among the exciting attractions at Resorts World Genting these coming school holidays. Parents hoping to keep their kids entertained during the school break, do not have to look far for ideas and options.



This is set to be a visual feast where guests can enjoy soaking up the carnival atmosphere. Everyone can look forward to great hospitality and conviviality at the various locations of the resort where activities scheduled for the festival are held.

Dates: 27 May to 11 June 2017

Tagline: “Art, Dance and Music”

Location: Sky Avenue

ACTIVITY #1 – Cheers & Pom: Cheerleading (Level 1)

This is a must-see event for those who enjoy watching the superior dexterity of graceful cheerleaders. I’m sure kids will love watching the handsprings, and tumbling and twisting skills of the cheerleaders who will light up the entire atmosphere for the pleasure of everyone!

ACTIVITY #2 – Storyland: Cosplay Meet & Greet (Level 2)

People-watching should also be an enjoyable activity where cosplayers will have a field day dressing up as their favourite characters.

ACTIVITY #3 – Street Beats: Brass Ensemble (Level 3)

Have fun in music as the street musicians play drums, trombones, trumpets, and more!

Let’s see what Genting even promises for the ballet lovers!!!!!!!!!!

Dates: 27 May to 11 June 2017

Tagline: “Art, Dance and Music”

Location: First World Rainforest

ACTIVITY #4 – Paradise: Forest Fairies Ballet Dance

Pretty ballerinas will whirl and twirl as they entertain visitors in this land of make-believe. Surely there is nothing cuter than the sight of young people in colourful dance skirts and tutus!

Dates: 27 May to 11 June 2017

Tagline: “Art, Dance and Music”

Location: Genting Grand Open Car Park

ACTIVITY #5 – Boulevard’s Parade

The holiday period is likewise celebrated with pomp and gaiety at Boulevard’s Parade. Just basking in this festive atmosphere alone would make an excellent activity for the whole family.



Soul of Shaolin: Hui Guang’s Story, a critically acclaimed theatrical event / show, has toured the world in order to showcase the magnificence of Shaolin kung fu warriors. Among the oldest institutionalised styles of Chinese martial arts, Shaolin kung fu is second to none in terms of beauty and artistry. Kung fu enthusiasts would be happy to know that this magnificent martial art form will be on full display at Resorts World Genting.

Dates: 28 May to 26 June 2017

Show: Soul of Shaolin: Hui Guang’s Story

Location: Genting International Showroom

Ticketing Prices: RM156 (VIP), RM126 (PS1), RM96 (PS2) GRC (Genting Rewards Card) members enjoy a 10% discount.

Show Times: 9pm or 4pm*

(There will be two shows – at 4pm and 9pm – on 24 June)

A total of 22 shows are scheduled, with each screening lasting 90 minutes (with 10 minutes intermission).

A critically acclaimed show that earned a nomination at the 63rd Tony Awards in 2009, it has held more than 500 performances worldwide in such countries as the US, Australia, Italy, Norway, India, Korea, Turkey, Macau, Hong Kong, and Turkey. When it opened at Marquis Theater on Broadway in January 2009, all its seven performances were sold out— and Jan 15 was promptly proclaimed China on Broadway Day by New York City.

Billed as China’s key cultural export project by China’s Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Commerce, the State Administration of Radio, Film & Television, and the General Administration of Press and Publication, the event is deemed “the Best of China” and is brought to you by Asian Arts Connection.

Soul of Shaolin: Hui Guang’s Story is a stirring portrait of the life of a Shaolin monk. The tale begins with a woman who is forced to abandon her son when she finds herself pursued by a group of bandits. The woman hides her child among tall grass before jumping off a cliff in her effort to evade capture.

The child is later found by Na Luo, a Shaolin kung fu monk, who also picks up a piece of broken jade he finds near the former. Years go by, and the child, named Hui Guang, grows strong and healthy—raised and taught by Na Luo and also Miao Xing, the abbot of Shaolin Temple. Hui Guang’s past is not hidden from him; the truth is revealed to him, along with the piece of jade.

Depressed upon learning about his tragic past, Hui Guang gets drunk and ends up provoking other monks. He is then punished by Miao Xing who places him in a cave known as Bodhidharma. As it turns out, Hui Guang learns about being a paragon of virtue—that it is the real soul of Shaolin.

The story continues with him later crossing paths with his mother. Still out looking for her son, she once again finds herself in trouble when she runs into some ruffians. Hui Guang and Na Luo come to her aid, and while fighting off the hoodlums, the former loses his piece of broken jade. When his mother comes upon it later, she searches for him at his temple.

Mother and son are reunited and both wish to leave the temple to begin life anew. Unfortunately, temple rules dictate that a monk that wishes to leave, must fight his way out. As it turns out, the final opponent Hui Guang must face is Na Luo—and the latter chooses to fake his vanquishing in order to help Hui Guang. The story thus ends well, with Hui Guang and his mother leaving the temple to start a new life.

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Muar Road Trip 2017 – Elephant Bean Cafe (Sai Kee Kopi 434 Muar), Bakri Inn Homestay, Don Hu Jurassic Park, Muar Clock Tower, Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque, Muar Soup House, R E A D Cafe, Cafe 1988, Kheng Ping Kopitiam, Cheong Heng, Wang Lye Kopitiam, Chaiwalla & Co. Container Café, Koone


My favourite weekend is here again!!!!!!!!! This time round, I headed to Muar, Johor, Malaysia for a weekend road trip. Muar is about a 2 hour drive from JB Sentral. The first stop I made was at Elephant Bean, Malaysia Kopi 434 Muar. This place serves aromatic Malaysian Kopi O and very good Italian espresso. Their food speciality is the “Mee Bandung” which tasted like mee rebus minus the peanut taste and add some soup taste. The dried mee siam was rubbery and a horrible pick as compared to the delicious slimy soft one I had at Kluang Rail Coffee a few weeks ago.


Food aside, Elephant bean has a nice vintage decor. It has both indoor air-conditioned seats for the comfort of customers and outdoor non air-conditioned seats where smoking is allowed. Nice coffee place to stop by for a short simple meal.

Elephant Bean Cafe, Sai Kee Kopi 434 Muar

121, Jalan Maharani, 84000 Muar, Johor.
(Opposite Bentayan Bus Station).
TEL: (606) 951 3046
Business Hours: Monday to Saturday 8.30am to 5.30pm and Sunday 9.00am to 4.30pm


My highlight of the trip is once again my current favourite kind of accommodation, HOMESTAY!!!!!!!!!!!! I chose Bakri Inn Homestay which gave me the luxury of a spacious home. Its exterior is like a huge bungalow and I can park the car directly outside my doorstep. A home away from home, I loved it!


Once you open the door, you will be greeted by a long corridor as the living room. This L shape walkway then leads to the toilet. The toilet is not that clean though, but still passable. For the price of RM110 for a night’s stay, I think this quality not bad already. However, service needs a major improvement. Half the time no one’s available and there’s no proper lounge or reception area to at least let guests feel welcomed.


The air-con is only available in the room. The bedsheets are those flowery types and I thought that adds a homely style and vibe well. The bed is soft, and the blanket is miffy material!


Lot 2047 Batu 2 1/2 Jalan Bakri,
84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia

Contact Number: 016382795


After settling down, it’s time for a visit to the Jurassic Park in Muar!!!!!!!!!!!! This place is also known as the Don Hu Jurassic Park Garden. It’s very small in scale, but enough to fascinate the kids, and even me! Typically takes about 45 minutes to immense yourselves with all the dinos, big and small, all around you.


The dinosaurs are animated and there are also “sounds” coming from everywhere, to make everything surreal.


One tip though, please drink loads of water as the sun can be really scorching and burning you, thus dehydrating you! Sadly, some of the dinosaurs are fenced up, making them unreachable and untouchable by our bare hands.


Dinosaur souvenirs are also available inside a sheltered area. They sell some dinosaur toys, souvenir T-shirts (my kind of thing), ice creams and drinks. I wanted to try the “Mee Siput”, a kind of snack, but too bad the ready fried ones were all sold out so I didn’t manage to try.


The best news everyone would love about Donhu Jurassic Garden is that it is absolutely free of all admission charges!

Don Hu Jurassic Park Garden, Muar

2700, 224, Kampung Sabak Aur

84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia

Contact Number: 017 624 9899


As for the iconic Muar Clock Tower, you could detour and drive past or stop to snap a picture and that’s about it. Unable to take the stairs up to the top as it’s all closed. Dang!

Muar Clock Tower

Jalan Yahya, Pekan Muar, 84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia


I find Muar quite a quiet and small town, and there’s almost no more than ten people walking about the streets, and in fact, most shops seem permanently closed. Certain parts look very historical, with no signs of plans of operations or improvement works.


The best photo taking spot in Muar would be…………………

Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque

(Masjid Jamek Sultan Ibrahim)

This mosque was built between 1925 and 1930 and is the oldest mosque in Muar with a mixture of East and West architecture. With traditional Malay elements, vintage European design and classic Roman columns, their mimbar is of Turkish influence with an old sundial within the premises to indicate prayer times.


This historical mosque in the town of Bandar Maharani, Muar, is situated along Jalan Petri, close to the mouth of Muar River. I was there in the evening when the sun’s not so warm and the lightings are good! The main colours are blue and white, an indication of a serene and peaceful atmosphere.


It’s so pretty like a palace. There are so many Muslim couples taking wedding photos here! It’s probably their most grand place!


A short walking distance away from the beautiful mosque is a park, where you will see many families with their kids. The kids can enjoy running around, play bubbles, or sit in movable “sports car” with their parents controlling it using remotes. You may even catch a sunset, if possible!


My night time was extremely well spent with good food. Firstly, Muar Soup House serves thick and heavy duty mutton soup. They even provide a straw for you to suck it all up! The satays were however, a bit sour-ish and the sauce was too watery.


So, moral of the lesson is, get nothing else except your mutton soup and bread to dip it in!


The best steal I got from this mini night shopping is my 7.8kg stitch for only RM199.90 that I spotted inside a random shophouse that I passed by, the kind where nobody would even notice it exists. Got those Timberland slippers along the night streets for RM20 each (after negotiation). Less is more!


Secondly, I visited the R E A D Cafe. Just in case you’re wondering, R E A D stands for Relax, Eat, And Drink. Please compliment me for attempted poses! LOL!


Nice ambience, not too sure about the food, as I only had an extremely sweet bowl of mango ice with strawberries. The fruit juice was refreshing! This place is actually quite quiet even on a weekend night.


Thirdly, I ended my night in a relaxing small light brown themed Cafe 1988. I like the motivational and meaningful quotes all around the cafe. The one that’s most applicable in my life now is definitely in sync with “Stop worrying, give your life a chance to flow on its own way”!


I ordered the teddy bear shaped chocolate lava cake with cute chocolate paws. Even as I look at it now, I still find it super damn cute. I still remember that heavenly thick and warm chocolate liquid flowing out as I dissect the bear. I know I sound like a murderer here, but really, IT’S A GOOD SURPRISE and perfect dessert to complete my day.


I did slept a bit over the night’s stay with Bakri Inn Homestay, so I still was quite energetic the next morning to hunt for a local lontong breakfast. The taste was very sweet and homely. I loved it!

Kheng Ping Kopitiam

84000, 29, Jalan Sulaiman

84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia


No road trip is complete without some confectionery to bring back home for the elderly and I decided to settle for some tau sa piahs from Sin Nam Hiang and almond biscuits from Yong Sheng Gift Shop. Muar is famous for their otah and you know what, I actually did not eat any at all on this road trip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My justification is that I ate them before ages ago, so I thought I’d just skip the hassle of buying back these frozen ones. Anyway, I think Singapore also got sell.


The eating spree continued on with an unforgettable bottle of 70% ginseng and 30% chrysanthemum tea. Nothing too great about Cheong Heng wanton noodles, but I like their roasted pork………………..

Cheong Heng

No. 13 Jalan Sayang

Muar, Johor, Malaysia 84000

Contact Number: 60 6951 3607


I especially loved the curry rice, curry chicken, and curry vegetables I had at Wang Lye Kopitiam, kindly recommended by one of the Muar locals who sat at the same table with me while I was slurping my lontong breakfast earlier in the morning. Sweet curry, not too spicy, soft boiled potatoes, tender drumstick, well-soaked vegetables, what more can I ask for?! I WANT MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GIVE ME MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wang Lye Kopitiam

Jalan Meriam, Taman Sri Tanjung

84000 Muar, Johor, Malaysia


While on the drive back, I passed by a church and went in to be a KPO for a few minutes. It happened to be a Chinese service.


God is good, and as I returned to Sutera Mall for last minute shopping, I was greeted with Hokkaido baked cheese tart, with no queue one. It makes me drool over and over, even now……


My food vibes continued on to experiencing a cold cup of premium raspberry tea with pink pops at Chaiwalla & Co. Container Cafe back in JB area. The pink pops (like bubble tea pearls) will have strawberry syrup burst out in your mouths! Very sweet.

Chaiwalla & Co. Container Cafe

Lot 2810, Tan Hiok Nee Street, Johor Bahru, 80000 Malaysia

Contact Number: 60 12 735 3572


A stone’s throw away is an attractive sweet pink painted “Kone” or “Koone” cafe which serves soft serve ice cream. Try the chocolate one, it’s thick!


28, Jalan Dhoby, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Please don’t be mistaken, I may look like I ate a lot, actually I didn’t. The portions were small and I had the privilege of sharing everything with my partner.

With that, I hope you enjoyed the virtual read of Muar and Johor and are already excited and even making plans to go for a weekend getaway from Singapore!

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3 Best Yogurts in Singapore

To my dearest yogurt fan readers (you know who you are) who’ve been asking me whether I choose yogurt instead of ice-cream, YES I DO (sometimes), and these are my 3 favorite picks!




Back in 2013, I tried The Yogurt Place for the first time and I remembered vividly about having the blueberry yogurt. As you can see, I love my yogurt with lots of nuts back then and even now too! To me, yogurt is a good alternative to ice-cream and it’s so much healthier.

Yogurt Place, in particular, believes that health and indulgence should never be a compromise. It is the first in Singapore and in Asia to introduce Freshly Made Greek Yogurt. Every scoop of their premium Greek Yogurt is passionately crafted, using only the best ingredients. Their yogurt contains low fat, minimal sugar level and no preservatives, yet delightfully smooth and creamy. The thick and creamy taste makes it an excellent substitute for mayonnaise and cream cheese products. In addition to the health benefits of live cultures, their yogurt also packs in a high protein and calcium content. To further satisfy the cravings of their customers, Yogurt Place offers indulgent frozen yogurt, delectable smoothies refreshing drinks and delicious waffles all infused with their very own unique fresh Greek Yogurt.



Yami Yogurt was booming in 2013 as well and I eat it almost all the time! I find Yami Yogurt refreshing as it’s quite light in taste and comes with the right amount of sweetness. Come to think of it, it’s sad to realize that it’s been a very very long time since I last had a cup of yami yogurt………

Yami Yogurt, short for Yogurt Acidophilus Milk Yogurt, is a soft frozen yogurt brand established and introduced to Singaporeans in the early 1980s by a group of Singaporean entrepreneurs. With a wide variety of yogurt flavours and delicious toppings, Yami Yogurt is created with 3 main yogurt culture strands and has low-fat, not-from-powdered mix yet rich and delectable multitude of flavoured yogurt. With its catchy name, and the inherent goodness of its yogurt, Yami Yogurt quickly caught on with diet-conscious consumers.


This was me in 2014 when the Llao Llao craze came to Singapore with an outlet at Marina Square with a never-ending queue. I was addicted to the Sanum which consists of frozen yogurt, 3 fresh fruits, 1 crunch and 1 sauce. I love Llao Llao the most because I find the yogurt extremely thick and creamy. It’s super filling and has always been “one meal” to me!

Llaollao is Frozen Yogurt. As it’s natural, it’s one of the healthiest and most recommended products in the world, thanks to the goodness in it and its high nutritional value. It is made from skimmed milk at the moment of serving and combined with the finest toppings (from freshly-chopped seasonal fruits to cereals, fun crunchy toppings and delicious sauces), making it even more delicious and healthy.

In today’s drive for healthier desserts, I think I should keep a lookout for more yogurts! Any recommendations?!

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