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Download: Extra_Recipe+YaluX Jailbreak For iOS 10.1.1 iPhone 7 Released, Here Are The Details

By | May 23rd, 2017

You can now download extra_recipe+yaluX iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak for iPhone 7 after the Italian developer Luca Todesco pushed out a successor to mach_portal+yalu based on xerub’s updated version of Ian Beer’s mach_portal exploit, containing internal changes needed to ensure a smooth and stable jailbreak experience on iPhone 7 hardware running iOS 10.1.1.

This long-overdue update to the mach_portal+yalu jailbreak has been something that iPhone 7 hardware owners have been screaming out for a while now, and most definitely something that whets the appetite when it became known that it was actually in the works.

As with previous releases of the tool, including all beta releases prior to it actually being defined as “stable”, the changelog which accompanies this beta release is sparse, but gives an insight into what’s being offered. The first part of that changelog references the fact that mach_portal+yalu in its latest incarnation extra_recipe+yaluX now offers a stable and comfortable experience for anyone running iOS 10.1.1. on an iPhone 7 device. As good as that information is, Todesco has still gone out to provide a little additional information about the release, including a slight warning about a potential issue.

First of all, he has advised that the release “should fix all iPhone 7 related issues,” that were there on iOS 10.1.1 with mach_portal+yalu releases but warned that the initial kernel exploit can still fail when the process is invoked. If that initial process executes flawlessly as intended, then “everything (including backboardd) works.”

Todesco has also advised that device owners shouldn’t run this latest update if the device is already jailbroken as “it’s not actually remounting / as rw and it doesn’t run Substrate.” It’s unlikely that the technical side of the information will mean a great deal to everyone who is interested in this type of jailbreak, but the warning itself should be enough to keep users away from doing something that they don’t fully understand or know how to troubleshoot when/if problems occur.

It’s also important to note that while extra_recipe+yaluX beta 1 is a much more stable jailbreak for iOS 10.1.1, it still does not include Cydia, Substrate and does not remount filesystem as read-write.

Aside from those slight niggles and concerns, it’s ultimately great to see some progress has been made when it comes to offering a stable and comfortable device liberation for iPhone 7 owners running iOS 10.1.1. It’s also exciting to serious progress made in the jailbreak community as a whole with recent talk and speculation about an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak from Pangu Team.

For those of you interested in giving extra_recipe+yaluX beta 1 a whirl on their as-yet unjailbroken iOS 10.1.1 powered iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you can grab the IPA file from here. Once you have the package, simply follow our guide on how to jailbreak your device on iOS 10 here.

As always, we will keep you informed with the latest jailbreak development as and when it happens.

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T BOB’s Corner @ Bedok

T BOB’s Corner

T Bobs Corner 1

T Bob’s Corner is a Muslim owned and managed cafe located at the corner of a HDB in a quiet neighbourhood in Bedok. The cafe serves Asian and Western cuisines, the ambience is rustic mixed with wooden themed and the simple deco to provide a western’s countryside dining experience to the diners.

Salted Egg Fries 13.9

T Bobs Corner 2

Crispy yam, sweet potatoes and lotus root tossed in home made salted egg sauce, with curry leaf and chili padi. A great starter with the aroma of the salted egg filled the air, a good snack food worth to order though the portion was a little pathetic for the price we paid.

Salmon Carbonara 16.9

T Bobs Corner 3

The pasta was cooked to the Al-dente texture and taste is generally acceptable, pasta was creamy and rich but could be more flavourful to bring up the cheesy aroma. salmon was deep-pan fried and a bit of overcooked, the fish was a tab of dry.

Sloppy Bob’s 16.9

T Bobs Corner 9

Handmade beef patty topped with melted cheddar cheese, drenched in chilli beef gravy. Unfortunately the beef patty was not refined and lacked of the juiciness, the patty is the soul of the burger dish and when it failed, it is difficult to make up by others.

Classic Carbonara 8.9

T Bobs Corner 4

The creamy pasta is served with sliced chicken breast and mushroom, creamy and Al-dente pasta texture, we are hoping the cheese flavour can be further enhanced to give a little more punches to the flavour.

Sambal Ebi Pasta 13.9

T Bobs Corner 7

With home-made sambal pasta and prawns, sambal was mild and good for those less tolerant of high spiciness, however, for sambal lovers like us, we have to perk up the flavour with additional chili flakes.

Prawn Aglio Olio 13.9

T Bobs Corner 6

Again, it lacked of the garlicky and spice flavour, seasoning has plenty of room to improve.

Buffalo Wings 8.9

T Bobs Corner 8

The seasoning was superficial and not able to permeate into the wings, BBQ sauce doused over the wings were a tad of sweet that is not to our flavour, we prefer wings are savoury.

Our verdict on T Bob’s Corner

The food quality is generally acceptable but would not make your taste buds too excited. Seasoning was on the mild side and the portions served to the listed price may make T Bob’s Corner being perceived on the high side to some for a neighbourhood cafe.

T Bob’s Corner

A: 527 Bedok North Street 3, #01-514 Singapore 460527

H: Sun to Thurs: 12pm to 10pm, Fri and Sat 12pm to 11pm, Closed on Mondays

T: 64498527

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Photo Leaks Online

By | May 23rd, 2017

Samsung always manages to set the smartphone industry alight when it introduces its annual Galaxy S smartphone. This year was no different with the introduction of Galaxy S8 and S8+, thought to be one of Samsung’s best creations to date.

With that hardware now out in the wild and delighting smartphone lovers globally, it’s nearly time to turn focus to the rugged version of that handset, the Galaxy S8 Active, of which we’ve been given a sneaky preview thanks to a leak from the Wireless Power Consortium.

Unfortunately for us, this particular leak isn’t exactly as in-depth as we would like, and it doesn’t show as much off as we have seen with historical leaks on other devices. Still, as they say, beggars can’t be choosers, and we have to be thankful for what we get, especially when it comes ahead of the official reveal date.

One of the most beautiful aspects of the recently released Galaxy S8 and S8+ was the stunning Infinity Display with the curved edges and edge display. Today’s leak clearly shows that the rugged version of the S8 will have to forego that curved edge experience in favor of a more practical display.

The name of the S8 Active kind of gives the game away as to who it is intended for. That particular range of devices is intended to try and bring some of the power and beauty of the Galaxy S series into the world of those who require something a little more durable, such as those who work in construction or hazardous environments. Or, those who simply are more than well aware that they have a habit of dropping and destroying devices. Curved edges, as beautiful as they may be, make the screen more susceptible to damage and cracking, and therefore haven’t made it onto the S8 Active version.

The curved edges at each corner of the device remain in place but without the edge display it gives off a very LG G6-like look. It also seems that Samsung has made the bezels around the display slightly larger, whilst trying to keep it as true to the visuals of the Galaxy S8 as possible. The leaked photo also seems to suggest that Samsung has added a little more size and protection to the Active version in order to make it more capable of handling and absorbing shock if the device is dropped or knocked.

Previous devices have been exclusive to AT&T and announced around June, so not much longer to wait.

(Source: Wireless Power Consortium)

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Neo BBQ Seafood: Origins of BBQ Stingray

My quest for the origins of Singapore hawker dishes has brought me to this BBQ seafood stall at Yuhua Village Food Centre where I met the lady who claimed to be one of the first hawkers to serve BBQ Stingray in Singapore!

I think most Singaporeans would consider BBQ stingray as part of our cultural heritage.   However, this dish has not been around for as long as dishes like chicken rice or satay.  I only realised just how integral it was to our canon of Singapore dishes after Anthony Bourdain mentioned it in the Simpsons episode, “The Food Wife“.  He might have bastardised it by wrapping it in pig stomach and calling it “hung her kway chup”, but any Singaporean watching the episode will know that the “hung her” he mentioned was a nod to the BBQ stingray.

Mdm Neo claims that her husband, Mr Chew Yeo Huat was one of the first hawkers to sell BBQ stingray.  After travelling to Penang to learn the recipe, he returned to start his food stall at  Woodlands Food Centre in 1982.  In those days, stingray was really cheap because hardly anyone knew what to do with the fish which can sometimes wreak of ammonia.   Slathering it with a fiery sambal chilli proved to be the real game changer.  Since ammonia is alkaline, the tamarind juice in the sambal chili acts as an acid to neutralise it and the potent chilli helps mask other off putting flavours.

Mdm Neo joined her husband at the stall when they got married in 1989.  The business was so good that they soon expanded to a second stall in 1991 in Macpherson.  By the end of the 90’s they had expanded to 15 stalls, all of them using the same sambal and cinchalok made from a central kitchen.

I can still remember the first time I came across BBQ stingray.  It was at an unassuming little stall at Blk 54, Teban Gardens Rd in 1987.  In those days, you could get a whole wing for just $ 5 and the stall sold only one item.  Nowadays, the price of a plate of BBQ stingray has more than doubled to $ 12-15, reflecting the rise of its popularity.

With the information gathered so far, it would seem that BBQ stingray started in Malaysia as ikan bakar and was brought to Singapore in the early 80’s.  We can’t confirm if Mr Chew was the first to start selling BBQ Stingray in Singapore, but he was certainly one of the earliest stalls.  It started to get really popular by the late 80’s and 90’s by which time BBQ seafood became very much a part of the food centre, especially in the evenings.

NB: If anyone remembers eating BBQ stingray in the 70’s, please do write in and let me know!

Mdm Neo’s BBQ stingray is very good and it is one of the few places that still serves it on a sizzling hot plate.  It restored my confidence in the dish after a recent one I had at a famous food centre where razor thin slices of stingray were served on a foam plate and topped with placid sambal chilli with as much ooommph as the cold oatmeal served at the hospital.

The sambal chilli here, on the other hand, will cause the hair on your head to stand.  It was a tad too spicy for me as I don’t have a high threshold for the heat.  But I am sure it will satisfy those of you who enjoy chilli masochism.  The stingray is cooked just nice so that it is still moist and flakes nicely and the hotplate means it arrives on your table with smoke and sizzle! 4.25/5

What is not going for it is its location at the sleepy end of the food centre.   Certain foods, like BBQ stingray just need to be eaten in a certain type of environment.  I am sure you would agree that BBQ stingray is at its best when it is eaten at a bustling food centre at night and preferably under the stars!


One of the few stalls around that are still serving BBQ stingray on a hotplate.   The stingray here is very good and the chilli is very hot. he only thing not going for it is the lack of buzz in that corner of the food centre.

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Google I/O 2017: What Google is Planning for VR & AR

After focusing largely on the many features and services that will be coming to Google’s ecosystem in 2017, Google has held a second keynote at I/O 2017 that focuses solely on two subjects: virtual reality and augmented reality.

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For this I/O 2017 keynote, Google has expanded upon where both Daydream and Tango will be heading in the near future, and these changes are rather significant for the company’s VR/AR aspirations. Without further ado, here are the biggest reveals that Google has announced during the second keynote.

Daydream Euphrates

A year after the initial announcement of the Daydream VR platform, Google has started to tease an upcoming 2.0 update for Daydream. Codenamed Euphrates, this Android O-based platform is Google’s attempt to push Daydream as a proper functioning OS, which would go hand-in-hand with Google’s plan to release a standalone VR headset.

day dream euphrates
The Verge

With Euphrates, Google is looking to bring content sharing to the forefront. To do so, the company will introduce screenshots and a screen capture feature to Daydream.

Alongside them, Google has also implemented Google Cast into Euphrates. This addition would allow Daydream devices to cast their VR content to a Chromecast-enabled TV.

save to vr capture
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Taking a page out of Oculus and Samsung’s books, Google will also introduce a version of the Chrome browser that is built specifically for Daydream Euphrates. This would be particularly useful for those who plan to purchase Google’s standalone VR headset.

Also, as it is a Chrome browser, your bookmarks and personalizations can be synced across the desktop and the VR headset version. Daydream Euphrates will be coming to all Daydream-ready devices in Summer 2017.

YouTube VR

For YouTube VR, Google is looking to improve upon the social aspects of the video platform in order to dispel the notion that virtual reality is more of a solitary affair.

To do so, YouTube VR will be introducing something called Shared Rooms that will let people view 360-degree videos together. YouTube VR users will be represented by customizable human avatars while communications will be done via voice chat.

shared room

One feature that will not be making its way to YouTube VR is the comments section. Google has confirmed that comments will not be available on the platform as typing isn’t exactly intuitive when you have a headset strapped to your face.

Seurat will bring “desktop-level graphics” to mobile VR

When it comes to mobile VR, one of the biggest hurdles that the platform must clear is the lack of processing power. However, it appears that Google has came up with a solution to that issue, and that solution appears to be a tool called Seurat.

Named after the French painter Georges Seurat, Google claims that this tool is capable of rendering “high-fidelity scenes” on mobile VR headsets in real time.

The tool was demonstrated by visual effects outfit ILMxLAB by having it render a scene from Rogue One. The demonstration shows that Seurat is capable of reducing the scene’s texture size by a factor of 300, while its polygon count was reduced by a factor of a 1,000. What’s more, this is all done within 13 milliseconds.

rendered with seurat in real time

Needless to say, the mobile version of the scene isn’t quite as good as the one rendered by a desktop, but that should be a given considering what it is. Nevertheless, the scene itself is still quite good for what it is.

But perhaps the most important thing about Seurat is that it lowers the barrier of entry for creators to create VR content for mobile VR platforms.

Chromium gets an experimental AR API

Google’s Chrome browser has been playing nice with virtual reality as it fully embraces WebVR. Now that VR is a possibility on Chrome, Google is looking to add in augmented reality to the mix.

With this plan in mind, Google has released an experimental WebAR API for the Chromium browser. Available for download at GitHub, this API would allow developers to experiment with the potential of augmented reality being available on a web browser.

chromium ar

Considering the fact that the tech itself is still in its infancy, it’s probably safe to say that a WebAR-enabled version of Chrome is still quite a distance away. That being said, with developers now being able to toy with the WebAR API, it could mean that Google’s AR aspirations would finally bear fruit.

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Xuan Miao Vegetarian – Vegetarian Ban Mian in a Food Court


With the popularity of vegetarian and vegan diets, lots of hawker food options have been closed off to our vegetable loving friends. Fret not, you can now bring your vegetarian AND vegan friends to Xuan Miao Vegetarian for hawker favourites such as chicken rice, banmian and even bat kut teh!


We tried the U-Mian Dry ($ 6.50), Banmian Soup ($ 6) and the Bat Kut Teh Soup ($ 7). All of the items here come with fried vegetarian fish maw, mock meat slices, and a generous portion of chinese spinach (amaranth). 

The U-Mian Dry ($ 6.50) has its noodles separated from the ingredients and comes with a blob of xiang chun sauce, a type sauce made with Chinese toon leaves. It coated the noodles evenly after a few tosses and has a strong garlicky taste, which some may find too overwhelming. Black sauce which had more savoury than sweet notes sealed the deal the for us, complementing the xiang chun perfectly. 

If you can take a slight spice, do request for chilli oil to be added to your bowl of dry noodles as the noodles can get a little dry after being left out for some time. *Note that it contains garlic*

While the soup may taste a little bland for some, rest assured that you’re getting in your five a day with the amount of chinese spinach (amaranth) in the bowl! Filled to the brim with vegetables and accompanying ingredients, you’d wonder if you’re ordering noodles with a side of vegetables, or vegetables with a side of noodles. Hmm… No complaints though!


The Banmian soup ($ 6) surprised us as the noodles texture is similar to kuay teow. Instead of being opaque like our usual banmian noodles, these were ever so slightly translucent.

The portion honestly looks rather intimidating. It comes in a larger bowl since the load of veggies are included in the same bowl as the noodles. This wasn’t as satisfying as the dry version, since the xiang chun and black sauce were absent, leaving the flavours almost bland with none of the tasty goodness to cut through the soup.


Bak Kut Teh ($ 7) is one of those dishes that two camps of people can never seem to agree on. We have the Teochew camp that prefers the clear peppery soup, and the Hokkien camp that lives for the darker herbal broth. Its surprising to find a vegetarian version of bak kut teh, as the name translates directly into ‘meat bone tea’.

The herbal camp will rejoice in this case, as the bak kut teh here had no peppery taste whatsoever. While we found it disconcerting to drink bak kut teh without huge chunks of pork bones floating in the soup, the absence of jelat-ness from the fat-laden soup that usually kicks in after half a bowl was a welcome change.

The mock meat was different from the ones in the U-mian and Ban Mian, and looked unsettlingly like the real deal. However, it tastes worlds apart from actual pork meat. I would recommend if you’re looking for a healthier choice, but you’re better off getting some non-vegetarian bak kut teh if you’re craving for something heavier.

With long queues during peak hours, Xuan Miao Vegetarian has proven that Vegan food need not be boring and bland. While it might not taste anything like their non-vegetarian originals, you can rest assured that you’re taking one step in the right direction for your health and the environment. Your food might take between 10-15mins to arrive, so grab a seat and keep waiting for the buzzer to beep!

*Other branches in Tampines Mall and Sengkang Compass One.

Address: Paya Lebar Road, #B1-51, Singapore 409051 Paya Lebar Square Canteen, Store 3

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 12pm to 9.30pm, Open Daily made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.

Let’s build a food community that helps to update the food news in Singapore! Simply comment below if there’s any changes or additional info to Xuan Miao Vegetarian. We will verify and update from our side. Thanks in advance!

Adele Chiang

Can be found on the yoga mat, taking long walks, or stuffing her face silly with chocolate. Can’t sing, roll in the deep or set fire to the rain.

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iOS 10.3.1 Kernel Exploit Will Help In Downgrade To iOS 10.2

By | May 21st, 2017

Italian developer Luca – famed for his work in the jailbreak community, and more recently his security research and yalu jailbreak releases – has taken to his own Twitter feed to speak out about a iOS 10.3.1 kernel exploit which is soon-to-be-released into the public domain.

Adam Donenfield of Zimperium has promised that a 0day iOS exploit will be released at an upcoming security conference, with Todesco taking to Twitter to inform that one, or even multiple, exploits are not enough to create a functional jailbreak.

The story goes a little like this; Donenfield from Zimperium has publicly stated that he and his team have reported 8 kernel privilege escalation bugs that were sent across to them. It’s likely that those bugs have been fixed in the latest versions of iOS, but were available to exploit in previous versions on which a lot of iOS device owners are sitting. Furthermore, Donenfield and his team have also promised to release one of these exploits at the upcoming conference, leaving many of the jailbreak community to speculate that we could be about to see a jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1 being made available.

Those comments have since been clarified by the team to inform that it is actually an exploit which will be presented and released rather than an actual jailbreak solution built on top of those exploits, but of course that wouldn’t stop anyone from releasing a public jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1 using those and additional exploits.

Todesco has felt it necessary to comment on the situation, whether that be because he has been receiving questions about it or just because it’s an area of specific interest and expertise for him. Basically, Todesco’s take on the situation is that one lone exploit is not enough to create a jailbreak, but it will be useful for downgrading to iOS 10.2 which will then allow users to jailbreak on iOS 10.2 firmware using yalu102 jailbreak:

A kernel exploit alone is not enough to do a jailbreak; however for those with 10.2 blobs saved it will be possible to downgrade.

The availability of the kernel privilege escalation will mean that developers can offer kernel code execution, and therefore offer the ability to downgrade to iOS 10.2. What it won’t allow is a fully functional jailbreak without all of the other necessary components being put in place by someone who has the technical expertise to be able to do so.

(Source: qwertyoruiop [Twitter])

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Ho Jia Bo? Fishball Minced Meat Noodle @ MacPherson Food Centre 好吃吗?鱼圆肉胜面

Ho Jia Bo? Fishball Minced Meat Noodle @ MacPherson Food Centre 好吃吗?鱼圆肉胜面

Ho Jia Bo Fishball minced meat noodle 1

“Ho Jia Bo?” is a Chinese dialect means “Taste good?”

The lady boss manning the stall never failed to keep a smile all the time and her friendliness is simply a pleasant that brightened our day.

Ho Jia Bo Fishball minced meat noodle 2

Besides the fishball noodles, Ho Jia Bo offers local laksa as well but with the limited stomach capacity, we can only focus on the fishball noodle.

The dried mee pok was served in a colourful Paranakan bowl, noodle texture was nicely cooked, however, the seasoning sauce especially the chilli was insufficient to heighten the overall flavour. We have to ask for extra chilli sauce to perk up the rather insipid bowl of noodle, otherwise, we have no qualm about the texture and quality of the noodle.

Ho Jia Bo Fishball minced meat noodle 3

Fishballs are springy and chewy, no excessive flour added to allow the appreciation of a real good fishball, likewise the fish cake.

Ho Jia Bo Fishball minced meat noodle 4

Soup is something must be mentioned here, the bowl of soup was full of goodness with the perfect touch of sweetness, taste is just spot on and
a bowl of clear soup with our two thumbs up.

Our verdict on Ho Jia Bo? Fishball Minced Meat Noodle

The soup is tantalizing and we presumably the soupy version of noodle could be heavenly compared to the dried version which need some extra seasoning for a better taste. Ho Jia Bo? Yes, Chin Ho Jia.

Ho Jia Bo? Fishball Minced Meat Noodle

A: 79/79A Circuit Road, #01-59, Singapore 370079

H: 8am – 11pm Closed on Tuesdays

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20 Cheapest Mobile Screen Protectors You Can Buy

Smartphones are expensive, but no matter how much you’ve spent on buying them, due to an extensive usage smartphones are quite prone to damage. Even though, many smartphone manufacturers are now using scratch-resistant tough glass for screens, however, there are still some materials that can cause even the toughest screen glass to scratch.

To save my smartphone screen from getting damaged (as I’m a clumsy user) I opt for mobile screen protector. It’s a great option to shield your smartphone against scratches without affecting your overall user experience. So, building upon my own research, in this post I am featuring 20 of the cheapest mobile screen protectors that you can buy online.

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The screen protectors in this list range from plastic to glass screen protectors, so you can choose the one that suits your phone best. So, before your smartphone damages any further, let us go through the following options to see what each screen protector features.

iPhone 7 6S 6 screen protector glass

This glass screen protector is specifically designed for iPhone 7, 6 and 6s. It has ultra-clear transparent definition and scratch resistant qualities.

Price: $ 7.99

iPhone 6/6S screen protector with lifetime replacement warranty

It seems like this screen protector is the cheapest option in this list because for only $ 5.95 you get lifetime screen protector replacement warranty. The pack includes 3 pieces of screen protector with a highly durable surface. If you have damaged your screen protector, the company will send you a replacement free of charge.

Price: $ 5.95

OMOTON iPhone 7 plus screen protector

This amazing scratch resistant screen protector can save your iPhone 7 plus from unwanted scuffs and scratches from sharp things like keys or even a knife. Its Bubble-free Adhesive will help you to install the screen protector easy and fast.

Price: $ 7.95

Yootech iPhone 7 plus screen protector

This screen protector designed for iPhone 7, is smaller than an iPhone’s screen due to the phone’s rounded sides and curved edges. It’s ultra thin, being only 0.3mm thick. Yootech company also provides a lifetime warranty, so you can replace the protector anytime for free.

Price: $ 7.95

Yihailu iPhone 7 plus glass screen protector

This dark protector was designed not only save your screen from scratches, but also to hide your personal information from other people’s eyes. While the user would see everything on the screen, an onlooker will only see a dark screen.

Price: $ 5.19

Armorsuit Samsung Galaxy S8 screen protector

The pack of this screen protector includes MilitaryShield piece, installation solution, squeegee, lint-free cloth, and instructions. It’s super-thin with scratch-proof, clear surface. The protector has self-healing technologies which helps to close up tiny scratches by itself.

Price: $ 7.85

Armorsuit Samsung Galaxy S7 screen protector

This screen protector is crafted specifically for Samsung Galaxy S7 and will perfectly fit its edges. It also has a lifetime warranty which means you can ask the company to replace your screen protector when the old one is damaged.

Price: $ 7.85

iphone 7 Plus tempered glass privacy screen protector

Specifically designed for ful screen coverage of iPhone 7 plus, this screen protector gives you 99% original viewing quality. Its high definition bubble-free installation, maintains the original touch experience.

Price: $ 7.99

Spigen Galaxy S8 screen protector

This screen protector for Galaxy S8 provides rainbow-free clarity and durable scratch-proof protection. The surface stays finger-resistant for a long time. You need to install it wet.

Price: $ 8.99

LG G6 glass screen protector

This LG G6 screen protector for has industry’s highest 93.7% transparency rate. It’s not only crystal-clear but also resistant and flexible. Remember, the protector glass does not influence touch screen possibilities.

Price: $ 12.95

ONSON iPhone 6/6S/7 screen protector

The screen protector provides maximum protection from drops, scratches, scrapes, and bumps. It covers only the flat surface to reduce the risk of bubbles. You get three pieces for the price.

Price: $ 6.99

Tech Armor screen protector for iPhone 5/5C/5S/SE

Tech Armor screen protector has clear surface that compliments iPhone’s 5 Retina display. It will protect your iPhone from dust, scratches, drops, and daily wear issues. They also offer lifetime replacement warranty.

Price: $ 5.95

Yoyamo iPhone 6S screen protector

Yoyamo offers 0.26mm thickness tempered glass screen protector for your iPhone 6s. It’s transparent and it will not affect the colors of your screen. The special technology makes it anti-fingerprint and oil rub-resistant.

Price: $ 6.99

yootech Galaxy S8 screen protector

With it you can get high-responsive touch and 95% of transparency. Along with the protector itself, you’ll get an easy installation guide.It has been designed to stay edge to edge on your screen.

Price: $ 8.95

AILUN iPhone 6 plus screen protector

The high-definition clear oleophobic and hydrophobic screen coating protects against sweat and oil residue from fingerprints. You’ll get two pieces of protector for the price.

Price: $ 5.99

iVisor AG screen protector for iPhone 7

It is a matte, anti-glare screen protector providing edge-to-edge cover for your iPhone. iVisor AG surface has scratch protection, smudge resistance, and anti-glare properties while retaining maximum clarity.

Price: $ 24.95

ZAGG invisibleSHIELD screen protector

ZAGG invisibleSHIELD screen protectors are well known for a reason. They are durable and smooth, have self-healing qualities and come with a lifetime guarantee. These screen protectors are available for different mobile phones, ranging from iPhone to Samsung.

Price: $ 14.99

Tech Armor Ultra Clear Ballistic Glass

Once attached to your smartphone, this protector blends seamlessly with your screen. It has durable yet clear surface which perfectly responds to your touch. They’re available for different mobile phones, including iPhone, Samsung and even tablets.

Price: $ 5.99

Spigen Glas tR slim tempered glass screen protector for iPhone 5S

This iPhone 6 screen protector effectively protects your phone from cracking and scratching. Due to the rigid material of the screen protector it’s harder to apply, but once applied it’ll protect your phone from any drops or scratches.

Price: $ 7.99

UltraTough clear screenGuardz for Apple iPhone 6s

Once you apply this protector on your phone, the screen remains very smooth and responsive. This iPhone screen protector also comes with a couple Home button stickers that enable it to be closer to the same level as the rest of the screen.

Price: $ 19.95

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Tian Xia Xiao Chi @ MacPherson Food Centre 天下小吃

We can sense the heart and soul that went into making those cubes. From the texture of the Muah Chee to the use of the fresh ingredients, presentation and the meticulous preparation work, Tian Xia Xiao Chi knows it has to be real good and we fully endorsed it.

Tian Xia Xiao Chi @ MacPherson Food Centre 天下小吃

Tian Xia Xiao Chi Muah Chee 1

For a hawker stall selling only Muah Chee – the sticky glutinous rice, it has to be good.

Tian Xia Xiao Chi Muah Chee 2

Muah Chee or Mochi is a prevalent snack at Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, the ball shape or cube shape with various sweet fillings can be additive with its chewy and soft texture. Local muah chee usually do not have the filling but instead of dusted with a layer of ground peanut or sesame, just like what Tian Xia Xiao Chi presented.

Tian Xia Xiao Chi Muah Chee 4

Tian Xia Xiao Chi moved away from the traditional muah chee way of using scissors cutting, the plate of irregular size and shape muah chee coated with coarse peanut powder is considered an archaic method to Tian Xia Xiao Chi, who has decided to give the local Muah Chee a hipster twist.

Tian Xia Xiao Chi Muah Chee 5

Tian Xia Xiao Chi muah chee is deftly cut into 1 cm cube and tossed in finely ground peanut or sesame. We opted for the “Yuan Yang” that come with both the peanut and sesame flavour and served in a nice boat shape plate, the muah chee is chewy and soft, plenty of ground peanut and sesame, brown sugar is used instead of white sugar for a more subtle taste of sweetness.

Our verdict on Tian Xia Xiao Chi

We can sense the heart and soul that went into making those cubes. From the texture of the Muah Chee to the use of the fresh ingredients, presentation and the meticulous preparation work, Tian Xia Xiao Chi knows it has to be real good and we fully endorsed it.

Tian Xia Xiao Chi- Heavenly Snacks 天下小吃

A:Blk 79A Circuit Road Food Centre Stall 106, Singapore 371079
H:11.30am to 9.30pm (Tues –Sun), Close on Mondays

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