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Singapore Women's Weekly January 2019

The Singapore Women’s Weekly is one of the best-selling women's magazines in Asia. You'll find juicy real-life stories, gorgeous fashion and beauty, and health and relationship advice that works for the busy woman. And there's so much more: Inspiring decor ideas plus collect 'n' keep cookcards with recipes to suit Asian tastes. The Singapore Women’s Weekly has everything you want – and they're all in one place.

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meet the team

Joy FangAssociate Editor, Digital Trending Desk What are you hoping for in 2019? “I hope I’ll be able to continue doing what I love and to be happy and healthy. With social media and our phones being such an intrusive part of our lives sometimes, I hope to be more present and to fully appreciate and enjoy the company of my husband, daughter and dog.” Do you have any New Year’s resolutions? “I’m not so good with resolutions! Life always gets in the way. So I just hope to run more, travel more, sleep more and experience life more. Please be kind to me, 2019!” Catherine ChanSenior Account Manager, Home & FMCG What are you hoping for in the new year? “Money can’t buy health and…

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editor’s letter

Happy 2019! It’s the New Year, and it’s the beginning of anything you want. Happier, healthier, more in control, more confident... all those dreams you’ve put on the backburner - this is your year to turn them into reality. And we at The Weekly want to be a part of making these goals happen for you.And it usually starts off with new resolutions. For me, it’s learning to let go a bit more and be open to adventure and the unknown. I took a trip recently to Luang Prabang - many asked “to where?” when I told them where I was heading off to for a short getaway. I knew nothing about the place, and did little research prior to the holiday. Discovering the town, the people, the food,…

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angels in disguise

MXM: Im Young Min and Kim Dong Hyun aren’t afraid to show their love for their admirers. At one of their meet-and-greets in Hong Kong, the musical duo made bubble tea for some lucky fans and said that their fans’ love is the best dish. Mila Kunis: When a military fan posted a video online asking Mila Kunis to be his date for the US Marine Corps Ball, he didn’t expect the star to respond. But not only did she reply, she also accepted his invitation to the gala. Robert Downey Jr.: This former hell raiser is pretty much a real-life superhero these days. He regularly donates to charity and reaches out to those less fortunate. On a press trip to Singapore in 2018, he met with…

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rumoured retirement

Amid her tax evasion scandal, which saw Fan Bingbing slapped with a $177 million fine, the star is reportedly planning to back away from the limelight. Her rumoured retirement will happen after her wedding to Li Chen this year. While she wouldn’t be the first actress to quit acting, it will be a major blow to her career and Chinese entertainment at large. Bingbing is a major movie star in China and has been ranked as its highest-paid celebrity for the past several years. ■…

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golden rules

Rule 1 NO KISSING Tell that to Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds! The pair were caught locking lips when the cameras panned to them at the 2017 ceremony. Sitting next to Ryan? His wife, Blake Lively, who didn’t seem to mind the smooch. Rule 2 STICK TO THE SCRIPT Hard to do, especially when there are technical problems afoot. Jimmy Fallon was left without a script when his teleprompter failed as he hosted the Globes two years ago. He was stuck on stage with nothing to do, which made for awkward viewing. Rule 3 DON’T GET DRUNK The Globes are famous for being the one event in Hollywood where the champagne flows while the cameras roll. So it’s no wonder celebs break this rule again and…

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red carpet wishes

January might be a time to make new resolutions for some, but to us pop culture junkies, it signals the start of awards season. With three major award ceremonies happening in the month alone – the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and the BAFTA Awards – we wager a few guesses about what our fave actresses might wear on the red carpets this year, based on the looks they've worn in the past. MARGOT ROBBIE IN CHANEL Likely nomination: Best Female Actor in a Leading Role, SAG AwardsAnnounced as the new face of the French label, it’s a given that Margot Robbie will be wearing Chanel. We’re hoping to see her swish down the red carpet in this diaphanous dress. CONSTANCE WU IN DAVID KOMA Likely nomination:…