Sponsored Video: Tiger Beer National Day – Unleash Your Pride #Uncage #YouKnowYoureSingaporeanWhen

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Living your life the way you want it and making your own decisions is the ideal thing that should happen to every person. However, not everyone can do this. There are various cultures around the world where parents have power over the lives of their children. These people feel as if they are living in a prison or they are “caged”. There are also those who are unable to break free from conformity. Just because a person does not conform to the usual norm or practice, he is considered a deviant in society or is considered weird. They are restricted by the rules that society has enforced.

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Tiger Beer presents #uncage – unleash your pride, its new campaign which motivates every person to live their dreams and break free from the leash of conformity. “Uncage” tells you to think for yourself instead of listening to what others tell you to do, follow your instinct, and always have an open mind. In celebration of Singapore’s National Day, Tiger Beer has worked with Tree Potatoes, a Youtube comedy channel run by Aaron Khoo, Elliot Tan, and Janice Chiang. This channel is now one of the top three Youtube channels in Singapore. To them being uncaged means stepping out of your comfort zone to pursue what your heart desires.

The video is proof of the pride Singaporeans have when it comes to their country. It is Tree Potatoes’ way of unleashing local pride. It is light and funny and shows the characteristics of Singaporeans like calling people by their rank even if they are not in the office, knowing the horn of the newspaper boy even from far away, being always in a hurry because of everybody’s busy schedule, eating in the Hawker Centre, complaining about the weather but getting defensive when foreigners complain about Singapore, and speaking in three languages in one sentence.

Tiger Beer, one of the leading contemporary beer brands in the world available in over 75 countries in Latin America, Europe, Australia, USA, Asia, and the Middle East, tells everyone to Uncage the Tiger inside of them and break free. Do your part in inspiring people by watching and sharing Tree Potatoes’ video on Twitter and Facebook using #uncage and by sharing what you think of it and in the process unleashing your pride about Singapore. To learn more about this campaign and stay updated with the latest information on Tiger Beer, like the Tiger Beer Facebook page.

Sponsored by: Tiger Beer

Universal Studios Singapore

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Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resort World Sentosa in Sentosa Island, Singapore. It was a key component of Genting’s bid for the right to build a Singapore second integrated resort it is the second Universal Studio theme park in Asia (First in Japan), and the first in Southeast Asia. Universal Studios Singapore has since attracted more than 2 million visitors in the first 9 months from the opening.

Universal Studios Singapore is divided into 7 unique and fun zones, which are the Madagascar, the Palace of Far Far Away from the world of Shrek was the first in the world, The Lost World where you can find a world of Dinosaurs and Waterworld, Ancient Egypt – a world full of ancient Egyptian mummies, Sci-fi, a futuristic city and the last two zones are the famous city in America, Hollywood and New York. All these zones are equipped with amazing and interesting games, shows and ride. Besides, Universal Studios has prepared the amazing ‘Hollywood Breams Parade’ on every Saturdays, Sundays and selected holidays. Be amazed as the Hollywood Dreams blockbuster movie and beloved characters on magnificent floats that go beyond your imagination. There are a few packages for the entry to the theme park, you might want to check it out at the Universal Studios Singapore official website for more information. Anyway, it is SGD 74 for adult and SGD 54 for children from 4 to 12 years old for the One Day Pass. It might spend you a day to go through the whole theme park, so facilities, shopping and restaurants are well prepared in Universal Studios. There are more than 30 restaurants and food stores; gift and souvenir stores are located according to every theme in the park. Don’t forget to bring back some gift for your friends!