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Singapore Sports and Family Day: What are Telematches?

E-mail sent by Singapore, Saturday, October 7th, 2017 @ 7:26am

What are 'Telematches'? Think back to your childhood days where VR and AR were nowhere, and we enjoyed classic games played after school or during recess.

What if you could re-visit those games and have a go at them once more with your friends? If you are so blessed to be nurturing a child, how about helping him or her disconnect, from perhaps the tablet for an afternoon and engage in some oft-wished healthy outdoor activities. Family bonding and team spirit - ya.

HOP IN and hop on to the finish line in the Gunny Sack Race that pits your team against three other teams! Did you know that the word ‘gunny’ is derived from a language spoken in Mangalore, India that means ‘thread’ or ‘fibre’? Gunny sacks typically hold about 45kg and were commonly used in Singapore in the old days to store and transport rice. The Americans call it the burlap sack and instead of rice, they used it to carry potatoes.

Get TIED UP with your child or a friend in the Three-Legged Race where the winning strategy is all about great partnership and coordination. A mad dash to the end could trip you up. Remember the fable of the tortoise and the hare? Slow and steady might just win you the race.

GRAB & GO isn’t just a catchphrase reserved for fast food. It can also describe the adrenalin-pumping game of Dog and Bone – a game where you race up to a bean bag and try to snatch it back to your team while avoiding getting tagged by a member of the opposing team. This game tests your agility, speed and reflexes to scurry away with the bean bag and valuable points for your team.

All soccer greats had early beginnings. So if you’ve got a kid who’s 12 years old and below with a penchant for kicking a ball around, have him or her LACE UP for Mini Soccer! The kids have a chance to score for their team in a friendly competition with other children. Will your kid be the Fandi Ahmad of tomorrow? Take aim and shoot for a goal!

We’ll also be putting your sense of balance and dexterity to the test with ping pong balls, spoons, rubber band and straws. KEEP CALM and play on in these Team Relays that will be a whole lot of fun for everyone in the family.

Should you pride yourself as having the physical strength to pull through any situation, flex those biceps and HOLD ON tight till your knuckles turn white for the pull of your life – the Tug-Of-War challenge!

If your heart’s beating and your palms are getting clammy, it’s clearly a sign that you’re in desperate need for some fresh air and friendly competition! So let your fingers make an entry at for charity and BRACE YOURSELF for all the fun you can expect at Singapore Sports & Family Day 2017 on 14th Oct 2017, 1pm @ Stanford University!

Singapore Sports and Family Day

E-mail sent by Singapore, Friday, September 15th, 2017 @ 10:28pm

Singapore Connect is pleased to stage the first-ever Singapore Sports And Family (SAF) Day 2017 here in the San Francisco Bay Area this Fall.

Register Now

Registration page at

Why come?

Come join hundreds of fellow Singaporeans in Silicon Valley at the inaugural Singapore SAF Day 2017! It’s your chance to come out with your family and friends and bond with other Singaporeans over some fun, food and friendly rivalry. This family-friendly event promises something for everyone young and old, from team games and relays for the little ones, team ‘telematches’, to soccer, captain’s ball and ultimate frisbee for our college students and adults.

What's special?

As this year marks NS50 (50 years of National Service in Singapore), we’re also giving you and your children a chance to set an IPPT record in sit-ups and push-ups, with prizes awaiting the fittest among us.

Also come cheer on your favourite team as the Singapore Students Associations of Stanford and UC Berkeley face-off in a Captain’s Ball finale challenge. 

There’ll be goodie bags for everyone, thanks to the kind sponsorship of Khong Guan, Yeo’s, The Golden Duck Co. and the Overseas Singaporean Unit.

There are also attractive prizes to be won for sporting excellence and in the Raffle draw! We’re delighted to acknowledge the corporate support of United Airlines, Orchard Hotel, Razer, All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting, OOWA by DynaOptics, KopiTiam Café, Shiok, Crystal Jade and Aina.


Saturday, Oct 14, 2017
1.00 pm: Registration/check-in
1.30 pm: Welcome & Event Kick-Off


Stanford University
Roble Field
351 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA 94305

Got food?

Refreshments will be provided.

Who's who?

The Singapore Sports And Family (SAF) Day 2017 is organised by SingaporeConnect, with the involvement of Singaporeans@Stanford and UC Berkeley Singapore Students Association and supported by the Overseas Singaporean Unit (OSU).

SG Cares

Why your registration isn’t “just for fun” but for a more meaningful purpose?

The Singapore SAF Day is not just a day for “fun”, but our way to be part of Singapore Cares (SG Cares) - a national movement to build a more caring and inclusive society. Your donations will be channeled 100% (excluding the service fees which we have kept to the minimum) to the Community Chest of Singapore. The Community Chest of Singapore was established in 1983 with a vital mission of raising funds to support about 80 social service organisations in Singapore. Be pleased that 100% of your event registration fee (excluding the token service fee) will go towards helping the following groups in Singapore: 

  • Adults with disabilities to integrate into society
  • Children with special needs and youth-at-risk to reach their full potential
  • Families in difficulty to stay resilient
  • Persons with mental health issues to integrate into society
  • Seniors in need to age gracefully in the community

Why pay?

Your registration fee is in fact the amount that you will be donating to charity. The suggested minimum registration/donation amount is $10 for adults and college students, but you are encouraged to donate more ($20, $50 and $99) where you feel adequate and moved to do so with. There’s also a bonus to donating more because you have a higher chance of winning attractive prizes in the Raffle draw! The registration/donation amount is $5 for children and students from 6 to 18 years old. There is no charge for children five and below.

Let's Play and Share!

So let’s come together as the larger Singaporean family here in Northern California to show that overseas Singaporeans care for our fellow Singaporeans in need back home.

SIF Connects! Event on 9/27/17

E-mail sent by Singapore, Thursday, September 7th, 2017 @ 11:36am

Dear Members,

Saw this email from SIF regarding a special event they are holding in Washington DC. Singaporean cuisine will be served!

You’re invited

SIF Connects! Washington DC 2017

7 September 2017

Dear Friends,

We have the pleasure of inviting you, your friends and colleagues to SIF Connects! Washington DC on Wednesday, 27 September 2017, from 4.30pm on Capitol Hill. SIF Connects! is our way of keeping in touch, and where we bring together Singaporeans and Friends of Singapore (FOS) in the United States to meet, rekindle ties and deepen friendships.

For the second year in a row, the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) and the US-Asia Institute are jointly organising a panel discussion to build cultural understanding and nurture stronger friendships between Singapore and global communities. This year’s dialogue is dedicated to the special occasions of ASEAN’s 50th anniversary as well as 40 years of US-ASEAN relations. This dialogue moves away from the hard policy and economic perspectives that frequently dominate discourse on ASEAN, and hopes to take a look at the softer but no less important aspects of people relations between the United States and ASEAN. Themed “Strengthening meaningful connections between the US and ASEAN”, the dialogue will delve into what our communities can initiate at the people-to-people level to uplift communities and bring peoples closer.

Key questions that will be asked of the panel include:

•             How should ASEAN’s strategy evolve to build capacity at the people/community level?
•             What kind of initiatives can deepen integration and cultivate shared values among US and ASEANcommunities?

Current panellists include SIF Chairman Ambassador Ong Keng Yong, a representative from the US-Asia Institute (TBC), former United States Ambassador to Singapore David Adelman and Singapore Institute of International Affairs Chairman Associate Professor Simon Tay.

We warmly invite you to join us in conversation at SIF Connects! Washington DC on 27 September, as Singaporean and American panellists exchange insights and share ideas on how we may build more inclusive and resilient societies, for a better world.

SIF Connects! Washington DC

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

4.30pm to 6.30pm

Rayburn House Office Building,

Rooms 2043 to 2045

Washington, DC 20515 (map)


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Please note that registration begins at 4pm
A dinner reception featuring Singapore cuisine will be served after the dialogue.

Please register your attendance here

Or by emailing your details to: or

We look forward to seeing you in Washington DC in September!

Your friend,
Singapore International Foundation

Singapore Sports & Family Day 2017

  • Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at 1pm - 5pm
    Location: Roble Field (351 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA 94305)

    Singapore Connect is pleased to stage the first-ever Singapore Sports And Family (SAF)…

SEAConnect Event (11 July 2017)

E-mail sent by Singapore, Thursday, July 6th, 2017 @ 12:57am

SEA Connect - Entrepreneurs Sharing Session

Monk's Hill Ventures invites you to our quarterly SEA Connect event series, co-hosted by our friends at Block71SF. Join our entrepreneurs sharing session as they share some success stories & challenges from their startup journey and gain insights from their experience! Stay for the networking session that takes place afterwards and connect with fellow tech enthusiasts in the area.

Tue 11 July 2017
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT

164 South Park St, San Francisco, CA 94107


6:00pm - 6:30pm: Arrival & Registration
6:30pm - 7:30pm: Entrepreneurs sharing session: Starting up in SEA - Success stories and challenges
7:30pm - 8:00pm: Q&A session
8:00pm - 9:00pm: Networking session over light bites & refreshments

Kuo-Yi Lim (Managing Partner of Monk's Hill Ventures)
Thuc Vu (Co-founder & CEO of OhmniLabs)
Vincent Lau ( Co-founder & CEO of Maria Health)

Richard Dasher (Director, US-Asia Technology Management Center, Stanford University)

Register Now

Singapore's 52nd National Day Celebrations

E-mail sent by Singapore, Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 @ 8:41pm

Heads up! The Consulate-General of San Francisco has just sent email invitations for Singapore's 52nd National Day Celebrations. Invites are sent to those who have registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You may do so at:

Survey of Overseas Singaporeans from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

E-mail sent by Singapore, Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 @ 4:42pm

Dear Singaporean Members,

Please find attached an invitation from the Institute of Policy Studies at NUS to participate in their study on overseas Singaporeans.


Take part in the IPS Social Lab’s Survey on Overseas Singaporeans!

For every 15 Singaporeans in Singapore, one more citizen lives abroad. The IPS Social Lab, a survey research unit at the National University of Singapore, wants to understand the motivations and experiences of Overseas Singaporeans. We are currently conducting an online survey till 30 September 2017.

If you are a Singapore citizen aged between 18 and 64 (both ages inclusive), have been living overseas for at least six months as of 12 May 2017, and are not currently a government employee or on a government scholarship, please sign up to take part in the survey here:

Once we receive your details, we will send you a unique weblink to complete the survey questionnaire, which should take you no more than 30 minutes. Upon successful completion of the questionnaire, we will send you a specially-designed EZ-link card with $10 stored value (more details here as a token of our appreciation.

This project is supported by the Overseas Singaporean Unit, a division of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. Your responses are important as survey findings will provide policymakers with relevant and useful insights about our growing Singaporean diaspora. We intend to share the main conclusions of our findings publicly as well and hope that this will contribute to discourse on how Singapore can better support our overseas Singaporeans and maintain our links with them even while they’re away. Read more about our survey in a Straits Times article from 16/5/17:

Know other overseas Singaporeans? Please do forward this e-mail to them.

Thank you very much for your time!

Warm regards,
LEONG Chan-Hoong (Dr.)
Principal Investigator
Head, IPS Social Lab


Invitation to "A Slice of Singapore with Gwen Lee" (13 May 2017)

E-mail sent by jernkuan, Friday, April 28th, 2017 @ 10:37am

On behalf of the Overseas Singaporean Unit

Dear Singaporean families in Silicon Valley,

If you have children below the age of 12, come join us for an afternoon of delightful storytelling, sing-along and craft with Singaporean writer Gwen Lee. It will be a splendid opportunity for your children to get (re)acquainted with Singaporean culture, food and heritage. Follow Gwen as she takes your children through her collection of Singapore Nursery Rhymes and a very special book to celebrate Mother's Day. They will be regaled by stories of colourful pasar malams to the charm of kampong living while making new friends with children of fellow Singaporeans here in the San Francisco Bay Area. We’ll cap the event with a  spread of Singaporean kuehs and afternoon delights that will conjure special memories of home for you. So bundle your kids up in your SUV and join us in Santa Clara for a Saturday afternoon down memory lane! Another occasion to meet fellow Singaporean families here in the Bay Area.

A Slice of Singapore with Gwen Lee
Date: 13 May 2017 (Sat)
Time: 3pm – 5pm (check-in @ 2.45pm)
Venue: Jamison-Brown House (behind the Triton Museum of Art)

Address: 1505 Warburton Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95050  

About Gwen Lee
Gwen Lee ( currently lives with her family in San Jose. She is the author of six books, including There Was a Peranakan Woman Who Lived in a Shoe, The Adventure of Greco and Beco, and Little Cloud Wants Snow! A recommended book for the Read! Singapore Festival 2014, Little Cloud Wants Snow! has been translated to Korean and Mandarin, and is being used by schools in Texas, USA, to educate children about weather science. 

To register, each family unit must complete the following fields and email to


First Name

Family Name

Family Relationship (eg. Father, Daughter)

Email Address
(*only applicable to adult registrants)

Age of Child
(please round up to years or months if under a year old)





































All successful registrants will receive an email confirmation that your place has been reserved. To allow more children to attend the event, priority will be given to children and their parents. Grandparents and nannies/helpers will only be admitted subject to availability of places closer to the event.

~ Another event proudly brought to you by the Overseas Singaporean Unit (OSU) ~

Sharing a peek into Singapore at Blk 71

E-mail sent by Singapore, Monday, April 17th, 2017 @ 10:42am

A peek into Singapore

Our Singaporean entrepreneurs are here to share a slice of their insights from the hottest entrepreneurship scene in Asia!


1) NUSEA Presents: The Singapore Start-Up Journey by Siu Rui, Cofounder of Carousell

Date: Apr 17th, 730pm-9pm
Venue: Block71SF @ 164 South Park St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Join us for a casual evening and spend time with a successful Singaporean start-up co-founder!

We're excited to have co-founder of Carousell, Quek Siu Rei with us for a casual and intimate sharing session as he looks back on his start-up experience; What were some of his biggest regrets? What would he have done differently? What advice would he give to his former self? How exactly did he embark on a new venture?

*Dinner will be provided.

2) Bay Area New Economic Thinking Meetup
Date: Apr 27th, 630pm-830pm
Venue: Block71SF @ 164 South Park St, San Francisco, CA 94107

What if we lived in world where the goal of national governments, economies and business was to promote the whole person flourishing of each human being? What if our economic system strives to protect community and ecological well-being rather than merely maximize shareholder returns? Join us for a discussion on what it is to be human, and what are our relationship and connection is with fellow humans, non-human life, and our ecology.

*Food & drinks will be served. 

3) IP-business protection and commercialisation workshop by IPOS
Date: May 15th-16th,
- Workshop at 630pm-730pm
- Free individual consultations by appointment
Venue: Block71SF @ 164 South Park St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Join IP Management Consultant, Norman Ng, and Senior Legal Counsel, Dixon Soh, as they shares business insights on how today’s businesses can protect and commercialise their intangible assets through practical IP strategies. Register here.

Hope you've got your taxes done ..

E-mail sent by Singapore, Saturday, April 15th, 2017 @ 11:50pm

.. then you can participate in these upcoming events next weekend!

Saturday:International Day at Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Monterey

You may know that the US Navy has been offering postgraduate courses to staffers from the military and governmental institutions of over thirty countries at the Naval Postgraduate School for several decades. Every year, they and their families host an International Day, a festival celebrating the unique people, food and culture of their respectives countries. It will be enjoyable for the whole family, with lots of delicious food, information and fun performances. We highly encourage all of you to attend - carpool if you can to Monterey, CA.

See a video from last year we shot of the sizable Singapore contingent there!


Invitation by the OSU to Sunday Tea for Singaporean business owners/entrepreneurs (23 Apr 2017)

We have a rich, vibrant and growing pool of Singaporean business owners here in the San Francisco Bay Area. It goes without saying that Silicon Valley births many tech start-ups, but you’d be surprised that we also have Singaporeans among us who aren’t in the pure tech space. Some own cafes/restaurants or businesses centred on food, some work professionally with lenses (both in front of and behind), a couple run legal practices, one owns and operates a commercial farm, some are more artistic and others altruistic. And there are many more businesses owned by Singaporeans here that we don’t know about!

Time to bring Singaporean business owners and entrepreneurs together for tea! There is incredible value in Singaporeans businessowners/entrepreneurs from across industries/sectors coming together to discuss the potential and capacities such a collective might bring to not just yourselves and your businesses, but the Singaporean community here, as well as fellow Singaporeans with aspirations of setting up business here in Silicon Valley.

The afternoon tea event organised by the Overseas Singaporean Unit (OSU) will be held at Singaporean-operated café, Drip Line Coffee. The menu is designed by Singaporean chef Nora Haron and will feature Singaporean flavours with Californian produce. 

This event is strictly for Singaporean business owners/entrepreneurs in the SF Bay Area. If you’re a Singaporean business owners, don’t miss this get-together and RSVP early to avoid disappointment.

Date: 23 April 2017 (Sun)
Time: 3pm – 5pm (registration starts @ 2.45pm)
Venue: Drip Line Coffee (1940 Union Street, #21, Oakland, CA 94607)

To RSVP, please email the following information to
- Name
- Cell phone Number
- Name of Business
- Business Website Address
- Designation
- Industry
- Years in Operation
- City that your business is based In

An April Update

E-mail sent by Singapore, Monday, April 3rd, 2017 @ 10:56am

Hi Members,

Mother's Day Gifts Promo

Thinking of something special for Mother's Day? Wood Flower Cottage in Siglap Rd has a catalogue of fresh and sweet items to surprise your Mom with. They also have a 10% discount for SingaporeConnect members with code SINGSOC. Check for details.

SEA Connect

Like to network and meet up plus soak in the wisdom from a panelists of tech professionals? Monk's Hill Ventures is holding an event in San Francisco. Check for details.

Join us as we plan our next big event

SingaporeConnect and OSU are working together to kick up this summer with a sporty event for the community. Join us to discuss how and what we can make everyone come together for some exciting activities! Email to let us know and we'll invite you to a planning meeting.

Apprentice @ CAAMFest

Hope you enjoyed the Singapore film, Apprentice, shown at CAAMFest! Here's a thank you acknowledgment from CAAM:


Thank you for helping us promote CAAMFest35 screenings and events to your networks and audiences. Our collaborations with organizations like Singapore Connect help make our festival a success.  We greatly appreciate your partnership! 

Please find an acknowledgment on our website:



SEA Connect

  • Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 at 6pm - 9pm
    Location: Udemy 600 Harrison St. (3rd floor) San Francisco, California 94107

SingaporeConnect Year of the Rooster Lunar Banquet

E-mail sent by Singapore, Sunday, February 26th, 2017 @ 5:14pm

On Feb 12, 2017, SingaporeConnect held our largest ever Lunar New Year banquet, with a Lion Dance, several games and performances, and thanks to our sponsors, a very generous lucky draw. With many of you there we celebrated! Enjoy these photos and videos and relive the joyous event!



Film Screening - Apprentice

  • Thursday, March 16th, 2017 at 8:50pm
    Location: Alamo Drafthouse San Francisco

    We are so excited to Co-Present Apprentice at #CAAMFest35! Purchase tickets and get more info…

Chinese New Year Celebrations in the Bay Area

E-mail sent by Singapore, Friday, January 20th, 2017 @ 5:41pm

Dear Members,

Hope you all know of SingaporeConnect's Lunar New Year Banquet 2017! If you like to join, please consider doing so soon, as we down to less than three dozen seats available!

Curious where everyone's coming from? This map shows the approximate location of registrants, clumped by area.

So clearly, if you're in the North Bay, it's probably a stretch to come down to San Jose and we understand.
We like to highlight an option for you on Jan 27, just a week from now:

The Berkeley Singapore Students' Association is having a Chinese New Year's Celebration at the Great China Restaurant, 2190 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704. They still have spots available, which you are free to register (as a non-member) for. Here's the link:

Another option is the Malaysian Professional Business Association's (MPBA) dinner on Feb 5, at:

Tai Wu Seafood Restaurant - 300 El Camino Real, Millbrae, CA 94030, United States

The Singaporean Students at Stanford (S@S) are having a dinner too, information on availability and a link may come later.

Event (NUSEA Presents: Jesse Leimgruber) at Blk 71 SF

E-mail sent by Singapore, Thursday, January 19th, 2017 @ 12:28am

Dear Members,

We're helping promote this event by the National University of Singapore Entrepreneurs' Association (NUSEA):
The NUS Entrepreneurs’ Association (NUSEA) brings you a series of growth dialogues that can be used as a secret weapon to build your next thriving business.

What is it like to boostrap a company to $1M in revenue in high school? Join NUSEA in a conversation with Jesse Leimgruber - Stanford-dropout, Thiel Fellow, and CEO of digital marketing tools company NeoReach.

Jesse started NeoReach as a freshman at Stanford; the company has since raised $3.5 million in funding, made $1M in revenue last year, and every one of Jesse's 22 employees are older than himself.

NeoReach provides influencer intelligence to help companies search, analyze, and leverage the power of the social graph. Some of its prominent customers include NBC, Walmart, Honda, Amazon, and Microsoft.

Free food and drinks will be provided for the early birds. Register ASAP at: to reserve your seat! We look forward to seeing you there. :)

honestbee promo for SingaporeConnect members

E-mail sent by Singapore, Saturday, January 14th, 2017 @ 2:23pm


As a benefit to being a SingaporeConnect member, we can connect you to companies and organisations who may have services of your interest. By identifying as a SingaporeConnect member, they may even extend an extra benefit to you for your patronage. 

Bak Kwa from honestbee

honestbee is a Singapore-based company with a presence around Asia offering concierge services, which you can use to purchase items from your favourite grocery stores to your friends and family.

Specially for SingaporeConnect members (who are overseas Singaporeans), honestbee has provided this discount code
 to use during the Lunar New Year to purchase goodies such as Bak Kwa and more to their loved ones back in Singapore.


See for more promotions.

2017 Lunar New Year Banquet Update

E-mail sent by Singapore, Saturday, January 14th, 2017 @ 1:03pm


The SingaporeConnect 2017 Lunar New Year Banquet is off to a good start. With just slightly less than a month to go, we have over 120 registered to go!

There are only 78 seats left, which we would love to fill, so please if you haven't, do consider joining your friends or family, or come and make new ones! The registration page is:

We are using the Group feature in Eventbrite which lets you specify which group (aka table) you'll like to be in, so you can automatically group yourself with friends, family, or colleagues. This feature is very helpful for us too, and we encourage you to use Eventbrite's interface to add this instead of emailing us directly, especially since we actually can't add you to a group! (yes, Eventbrite support told us we can't, you have to do it).

What we can do is show the groups that have been created:

Group Name

No in Group

More Needed




Huat huat huat












North Bay



Huat Huat Huat 888



Contact Singapore



Gian family









88 Black Sheep



Wong and Lim



Jaik And Huat Ah!






And how many seats left for each group. 86 are in a group, with 36 without. Looks like quite a theme going with Huat!

Here are some useful Eventbrite links:

  • To find and join an existing group (before you've registered)
  • To find and join an existing group (after you've registered)
  • To invite others to join your group (if you're the group captain)
  • To ask those on your group to change to another group (What? You're kicking them out of your table?)
  • To update ticket registration (i.e. name or email address) especially if you did not use individual names and email addresses for each person (required for Singaporeans and PR)
  • To edit and manage your group page

We are also keen to get volunteers, who will receive a gift card in appreciation. Sign up at:

See you there!

Volunteer for the Lunar New Year Banquet!

E-mail sent by Singapore, Saturday, December 31st, 2016 @ 11:39am

Thanks to our dedicated member June Wong for volunteering to organise the SingaporeConnect 2017 Lunar New Year Banquet!

Sign-up at:

Join us help make the event even better!

Volunter sign-ups at:

Is there an early bird discount?

Yes, but only for Singaporeans and Singapore PR. When registering, select "Enter Promo Code", then use the code, "EarlyBird" to get $5 off any Singaporean and Singapore PR tickets. There are a limited number of codes, so register early before they run out!

Enjoy the last day of 2016 and Happy New Year to 2017!

2017 Lunar New Year Banquet

  • Sunday, February 12th, 2017 at 6pm - 10pm
    Location: Dynasty Chinese Seafood Restaurant, 1001 Story Rd, San Jose, CA 95122


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