Jun 7, 2017

Podcast episode 04: WWE LIVE SINGAPORE

In this podcast, we talk about the upcoming WWE LIVE in Singapore tour. Roman Reigns, Bray Wyatt, Chris Jericho, Sasha Banks, Bayley and many more Superstars will be in town. Who are their favourite wrestlers? Listen to find out!

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May 30, 2017


Calling all WWE fans! The RAW roster will be body slamming their way through the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 28th June! As this is the only stop in southeast Asia, tickets are selling fast. Get your tickets at this link:

WWE Live Singapore 
DATE: 28 June 2017
TIME: 7:30PM 

Featured Superstars on this tour as of 30th May...

Roman Reigns
Seth Rollins
Finn Balor
Dean Ambrose (intercontinental champion)
Bray Wyatt
Chris Jericho 
Samoa Joe
Enzo Amore
Big Cass
The Miz
Alexa Bliss (women's champion)
Sasha Banks
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My thoughts on the Ah Boys To Men 4 Audition Fiasco

There's so much debate going on about this wannabe actor and his audition for Ah Boys To Men 4. I've been working with MM2 Entertainment Singapore since last year and in no way are they racist. Neither is the director of this very successful movie franchise and his team.

A friend of mine Tahir Ansari auditioned for a role recently and he has no complains. I hope he gets the role because this young man is an incredibly talented and versatile actor.

In our industry, roles in a television series or movie is created for a specific reason and each role is specific to a cause. The late Michael Clarke Duncan didn't complain about his  character in “The Green Mile" and closer to home, Irene Ang readily accepted and nailed her role as ah-lian tai tai Rosie Phua Chin Huay in "Phua Chu Kang Pte Ltd". If one lives with the mindset that the world is against him because of his or her skin color then that person will never see success.

I'm sticking up for mm2 because they have been incredibly nice to me. If it weren't for them, Ghost Watch and future projects wouldn't exist. And hey, I'm a minority 'race' in Singapore! So yes, mm2 Entertainment is an amazing organization so please don't let what you read or hear change your opinion of them. Remember, there's always two sides to a story...

On a deeper note, I don't believe in race. We are all the same unless your blood isn't red and you don't breathe oxygen. There shouldn't be countries either. We are all citizens of a planet called Earth. Each and every one of us are the same. The day everyone realizes this, is the day wars and hatred will stop. We'll never see this day because hate and fear generates billions of dollars in revenue.
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May 18, 2017

Podcast episode 03: Pet Peeves

In our third podcast, we talk about what annoys us. What is your pet peeve?

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May 16, 2017

Podcast episode 02: Pink On The Dot

In our second podcast, we talk about the controversy surrounding Pink Dot 2017 and we stand up for the LGBT community in Singapore and around the world.

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May 15, 2017

Our first Podcast!

So Gabby and I started a podcast! We're calling it 'The Grago Show' because well, that's what we are called in Singapore. So... In our first podcast, we talk about cosmetic disasters! From the unique Vajazzle to the crazy Lip Plumping trend and plastic surgery gone wrong.

We know the audio isn't perfect but we are new to this and we are working hard to making this an awesome podcast show.

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May 6, 2017

Prince Philip Most Offensive Public Gaffes

While some would consider some of the things Prince Philip has publicly said offensive, I think it's hilarious. He's got that Brit humour and the man certainly speaks his mind!

Here’s some of Prince Philip’s most memorable quotes.

  • 'British women can’t cook’ (in Britain in 1966).
  • ‘What do you gargle with, pebbles?’ (speaking to singer Tom Jones after the 1969 Royal Variety Performance).
  • ‘I declare this thing open, whatever it is.’ (on a visit to Canada in 1969).
  • ‘Everybody was saying we must have more leisure. Now they are complaining they are unemployed’ (during the 1981 recession).
  • ‘If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.’ (at a 1986 World Wildlife Fund meeting).
  • ‘It looks like a tart’s bedroom.’ (on seeing plans for the Duke and Duchess of York’s house at Sunninghill Park in 1988)
  • ‘Yak, yak, yak; come on get a move on.’ (shouted from the deck of Britannia in Belize in 1994 to the Queen who was chatting to her hosts on the quayside).

  • ‘We didn’t have counsellors rushing around every time somebody let off a gun, asking “Are you all right? Are you sure you don’t have a ghastly problem?” You just got on with it.’ (about the Second World War commenting on modern stress counselling for servicemen in 1995).
  • ‘How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?’ (to a driving instructor in Oban, Scotland, during a 1995 walkabout).
  • ‘If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats?’ (in 1996, amid calls to ban firearms after the Dunblane shooting).
  • ‘Bloody silly fool!'(in 1997, referring to a Cambridge University car park attendant who did not recognise him).
  • ‘It looks as if it was put in by an Indian.’ (pointing at an old-fashioned fusebox in a factory near Edinburgh in 1999).
  • ‘Deaf? If you are near there, no wonder you are deaf.’ (to young deaf people in Cardiff, in 1999, referring to a school’s steel band).
  • ‘They must be out of their minds.’ (in the Solomon Islands, in 1982, when he was told that the annual population growth was 5%).

  • ‘You are a woman, aren’t you?’ (In Kenya, in 1984, after accepting a small gift from a local woman).
  • ‘If you stay here much longer, you’ll all be slitty-eyed.’ (to British students in China, during the 1986 state visit).
  • ‘Your country is one of the most notorious centres of trading in endangered species in the world.’ (in Thailand, in 1991, after accepting a conservation award).
  • ‘Oh no, I might catch some ghastly disease.'(in Australia, in 1992, when asked to stroke a Koala bear).
  • ‘You can’t have been here that long – you haven’t got a pot belly.’ (to a Briton in Budapest, Hungary, in 1993).
  • ‘Aren’t most of you descended from pirates?’ (to a wealthy islander in the Cayman Islands in 1994).
  • ‘You managed not to get eaten, then?’ (suggesting to a student in 1998 who had been trekking in Papua New Guinea that tribes there were still cannibals).
  • In Germany, in 1997, he welcomed German Chancellor Helmut Kohl at a trade fair as “Reichskanzler” – the last German leader who used the title was Adolf Hitler.
  • ‘You’re too fat to be an astronaut.’ (to 13-year-old Andrew Adams who told Philip he wanted to go into space. Salford, 2001).
  • ‘I wish he’d turn the microphone off.' (muttered at the Royal Variety Performance as he watched Sir Elton John perform, 2001).
  • ‘Do you still throw spears at each other?’ (In Australia in 2002 talking to a successful aborigine entrepreneur).
  • ‘You look like a suicide bomber.’ (to a young female officer wearing a bullet-proof vest on Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, in 2002).
  • ‘Do you know they’re now producing eating dogs for anorexics?’ (to a blind woman outside Exeter Cathedral, 2002)
  • ‘Well, you didn’t design your beard too well, did you?’ (to designer Stephen Judge about his tiny goatee beard in July 2009).
  • ‘There’s a lot of your family in tonight.’ (after looking at the name badge of businessman Atul Patel at a Palace reception for British Indians in October 2009).
  • ‘Do you work it a strip club?’ (to 24-year-old Barnstaple Sea Cadet Elizabeth Rendle when she told him she also worked in a nightclub in March 2010).

  • ‘Do you have a pair of knickers made out of this?’ pointing to some tartan (to Scottish Conservative leader Annabel Goldie a papal reception in Edinburgh in September 2010).
  • ‘Bits are beginning to drop off.’ (on approaching his 90th birthday, 2011)
  • ‘How many people have you knocked over this morning on that thing?’ (meeting disabled David Miller who drives a mobility scooter at the Valentine Mansion in Redbridge in March 2012)
  • ‘I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress.' (to 25-year-old council worker Hannah Jackson, who was wearing a dress with a zip running the length of its front, on a Jubilee visit to Bromley, Kent, in May 2012)
  • ‘The Philippines must be half empty as you’re all here running the NHS.’ (on meeting a Filipino nurse at a Luton hospital in February 2013)
  • ‘Most stripping is done by hand.’ (to 83-year-old Mars factory worker Audrey Cook when discussing how she used to strip or cut Mars Bars by hand in April 2013)
  • ‘(Children) go to school because their parents don’t want them in the house.’ (prompting giggles from Malala Yousafzai, who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban after campaigning for the right of girls to go to school without fear – October 2013)
  • ‘Just take the f***ing picture.’ (losing patience with an RAF photographer at events to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain – July 2015)
  • ‘You look starved.’ (to a pensioner on a visit to the Charterhouse almshouse for elderly men – February 2017)
  • ‘I hope he breaks his bloody neck.’ (when a photographer covering a royal visit to India fell out of a tree)

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May 1, 2017

Earn $$$ As My Affiliate

You can now earn money when you refer someone to purchase my e-Book on Payhip. I've always wanted to reward the kind people that have been promoting my book, so this is awesome news. You'll get 25% commission on each sale and it's real easy to sign up!

Click on this link to sign-up: https://payhip.com/auth/register/af5906d891359d2
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Apr 26, 2017

Chops Grill & Sides – The XXL Meat Platter

It's the platter I've heard so much about! Located near the Ang Mo Kio Community Library (next to Courts), is a stall in a coffeeshop that's got meat lovers going bonkers. My buddy Desmond was the one that asked if we could eat here based on an article he read. Considering it's $59.90 for the XXL Platter you see below, all of us said YES!

The platter feeds 6 to 8 people so we each paid roughly $10 each. Freaking affordable right? It consisted of 6 meats & 10 hot sides/cold salads. The meat...Ribeye steak, Half rack spice BBQ baby-back ribs, norwegian salmon, grilled cajun chicken, fried breaded fish & grilled garlic pork collar. The sides...mash potato, mac & cheese, shoestring fries, garlic fried rice, aglio olio and potato & egg salad, cherry tomatoes, tuna salad, coleslaw and romaine lettuce.

How was the food? Damn bloody good! I highly recommend you pay them a visit. If you're having an office or house party, they have a party menu too!

Chops Grill & Sides is open 7 days a week from 11am to 10pm @  727 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6, Singapore 560727.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/chopssg/
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Apr 25, 2017

GHOST WATCH : Pasir Ris Park Suicide Tower

This is by far the best episode I've produced since I started my paranormal show 4 years ago. It has back to back action, a story and most importantly paranormal activity. This would not have been possible without mm2 Entertainment. Very few understood the impact mm2 would have on this new web series. It is so good that I have paranormal investigators from all over the world wanting to be on the show. Even someone who backstabbed my family years ago reached out to ask if he can be on the show. Imagine that!

We are pushing boundaries with each episode we do. We are doing stuff that has never been done before in this country. Not to sound arrogant, we've set the standards for the other paranormal teams in Singapore.

Well...I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did.

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Apr 18, 2017

Alive Museum Closing on 31st May 2017, $10 Special Admission

Bad news first. In less than 50 days the Alive Museum at Suntec City Mall will officially close it's doors. The good news is from now till 30th May, admission tickets are going at a special discounted rate of $10 nett (both adult and children)!

So head on down and take fun photos with your loved ones and friends with more than 80 hand painted art pieces in the 10,000 sq.ft. gallery. From what I've seen on Instagram, these 3D effect art pieces look awesome.

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If you are going in a group of 20 pax or more, the management of Alive Museum will give you additional complimentary tickets as token of appreciation for your kind support. For more information, please visit alivemuseum.sg.

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Apr 7, 2017

GHOST WATCH: Changi Beach

I've uploaded a new GHOST WATCH episode on the Ghost Files Singapore YouTube channel. In this episode, we investigate a quiet stretch near carpark 7. This area has long been known to be haunted. So the question is...who or what is haunting this place?

Join Gabrielle and I along with our special guest Michael Kline as we can conduct this not to be missed paranormal investigation. Watch the episode at this link: https://youtu.be/uJs3Savz92Y
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Apr 6, 2017

Testing out the Bloggeroid App

If you blog, you'd know that there isn't a good app for blogging. The official Blogger app by Google is horrible and everything else seems to be littered with bugs.

So I'm testing this app called Bloggeroid. If it's good, I'll start blogging again. Especially on my long bus rides.

Hopefully this awesome photo of the Ghost Watch team shows up on this post!

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Jan 3, 2017

Best Photo Booth in Singapore

For our party on New Year's Eve, we hired the services of Tiny Photo LLP. We needed a fun photo booth where our guests could dress up if they chose to and most importantly bring home a nice souvenir. After all, what better way to remember an occasion than a photograph right?

Belinda and Desmond from Tiny Photo LLP arrived an hour before our event started and their booth set-up was done quickly! Talk about hassle free! They brought a lot of props too. Really fun stuff like the Hulk hands, wigs, inflatables, hats and even this cool native Indian headgear.

As you can tell from the photos below, I took a lot of photographs! Camwhore much...


 LMAO! Check out my fringe! HAHAHAHAHA!

Another awesome thing worth mentioning is Tiny Photo uploads the photos to their Facebook Page after an event. That's useful if you want your photos saved to your computer or mobile device. 

Besides 4R prints, you can opt for business card sized prints or film strips. For my event, I chose to have two photos on a 4R. Figured that would be the best option. Well, everyone loved them. Oh I must stress that the photos were instant! We got them seconds after we took each photo. Ain't that awesome?

To book Tiny Photo for your kickass party, please visit their website www.tinyphoto.com.sg. You'll love them! 100% guranteed plus chop!
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