KFC S’pore fried chicken buffet from Jul. 5-7, from S$18.95 per pax

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg A new all-you-can-eat fried chicken feast is around the corner. To commemorate International Fried Chicken Day, KFC Singapore will be having its first unlimited fried chicken feast from Jul. 5 to 7 at three outlets. In each 90-minute dining session, diners can get unlimited servings of more than 10 KFC items, such as its signature Original Recipe Chicken and Hot &

'It was worth it': Chen Xiuhuan on sacrificing acting career to raise daughters

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Being a mum is no easy task. Ahead of Mother’s Day, Mothership spoke to actress Chen Xiuhuan to find out why she decided to put her acting career on hold to raise her daughters, and how things have changed now that they’re all grown up. She has three daughters — Shanisse, 25, Shalynn, 23, and Shavinne, 19. Putting family first After

Xiang Yun, 61, dedicates 4th Evergreen Artiste award to son Chen Xi as he is leaving Mediacorp

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Xiang Yun, 61, dedicated her fourth Evergreen Artiste award to her son Chen Xi in a touching moment at Star Awards 2023. This is Xiang Yun’s fourth time winning the title in her 40-year career. Hong Huifang, Aileen Tan, Richard Low, and Zhu Houren were the other nominees for the category this year. She is the first artiste to have won

Button almost stopped due to "heat exhaustion" in NASCAR debut

Button’s NASCAR Cup debut was far from easy, but in a race that went into triple overtime and saw numerous incidents, he was elated just to make it to the checkered flag.  “It was an emotional rollercoaster,” said Button. “First, it was terrible. I mean, I must’ve been last by the end of it. And I was just like, ‘Everyone: Go. I just need to drive and find a rhythm.’

Major Anime Titles Including ‘Death Note’, ‘Naruto’ & More Are Now Streaming Free On YouTube

Watching anime has never been easier, with platforms like Netflix, Disney+, and Crunchyroll housing a wide slate of titles. The options for non-subscribers are more limited, but YouTube presents itself as a viable alternative — especially now that a handful of anime classics have been added to its library. The best part? All of them are streaming free on the service, courtesy of a welcome move by anime and manga