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Just this Saturday, I got the chance to join the finalists in the Singapore Blog Awards 2013 at Shanghai Dolly. The theme for the event was 60's Fever. An apt choice in the venue. There were quite a few distinguished guests at the event, including Mr. Lawrence Wong Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth & Senior Minister of State for Communications and Information, Chua Chim Kang Editor of and celebrity, Director Jack Neo.

The Singapore Blog Awards is the brainchild of, Singapore Press Holdings' leading bilingual news and entertainment portal, and was created to honour independent content producers who devote their time and energy to create and maintain informative and innovative blogs.
Congratulations to all the finalists and the winners!

Here are the winners:

Specials Awards

Pansonic Best Beauty Blog (3 winners)
Pinkbuble In Da House / Elrica

Ribbons, Rainbows and PixieDust / Elaine

Love is Eternal / Karen aka Renzze

Panasonic Best Cooking Blog
Celestial Delish / Celes

Panasonic Best Eco-Challenge Blog
The Lazy Lizard's Tales / Ivan Kwan

Glossi Best Modelling Blog
Love is Eternal / Karen aka Renzze

JBL Best Pop/Music Blog
Mint.Music / Mint Leong

Levi's Best 501 Interpretation Blog
Claire's Flair / Claire

Qoo10 Best Online Shopping Blog
mitsueki's blog / mitsueki

Celebrity Awards

Panasonic Most Popular Overseas Celebrity Blog/Microblog
Alien Huang 小鬼

Panasonic Most Popular Local Celebrity Blog/Microblog
Jeanette Aw 欧萱

Main Awards

Panasonic Best Photography Blog 
Travelgraphy / Christina Gao

Exabytes Best Individual Blog
Working With Grace / Grace Tan

Levi's Best Fashion Blog
J U S T J A S L I N | Fashion Blogger / Jaslin Tan

Nanyang Optical Best Lifestyle Blog
Scissors Paper Stone Blog / Jasmine Koh

Best Family Blog
Sakura Haruka / Ai Sakura

Best Food Blog
Johor Kaki Food Guide / Tony Johor Kaki

Best Travel Blog
蓝天白云数格子 / Sock Peng

Best What-the-hell Blog
俊凭|一个声音部落格 / 俊凭 Willy

Best V-Log / Ninja Girls

Best Microblog
Spin or Bin Music / Spin or Bin Music

Best Dressed Award

There were many who came dressed very nicely to the theme. Near the end of the awards, an award for the best dressed was presented to the winner. My favourite was the "Mata" Singh who was also the winner.

A photo booth was set up near the entrance. I managed to take one haha.. View the photos by Bai Capture Singapore here.

On the way out, I was given a goodie bag. Oh yeah.. I love goodie bag :P

Once again, congratulations to all the finalists and the winners!


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