Win A VIP Brunch Experience With Power 98 & 88.3Jia FM Radio DJs At Cornerstone!


I cannot recall the last time I had brunch. Lol. But for Safra Radio VIP Experience, I woke up early and went downstairs with one of the nicest taxi drivers I have ever met waiting for me.


But what a way to start the day! OMG!! >.<”

My dress strap attachment came off when I sat in the taxi so I rushed back home to fix it. The second time my butt found its way on the taxi seat, the strap attachment came off again. Since I fortunately had a female taxi driver I thought I could just fix it in the taxi. But I realized to my horror that the attachment didn’t just come off, it had BROKEN INTO PIECES!! I was in such a state of shock I didn’t know what to do.


After many futile attempts to fix the broken attachment, I asked the taxi driver to send me home so I can get safety pins from my mum. She never sighed nor made me feel like I was wasting her time. I was in too much of a confused state and forgot to get her name. Thank you taxi auntie! :)

When I finally reached Cornerstone at Bishan Park, Gwen quickly came to help me affix the pins. So much drama even before brunch!!

Yummy food served at Cornerstone!





This squid ink pasta was the best! I would gladly return as a paying customer for this! There was another type of pasta (lobster pasta?) going around but it didn’t reach our table.

About Cornerstone @ Bishan Park

Cornerstone was founded and owned by Chef KT Yeo (Executive Chef) and Chef Sam Tan (Executive Pastry Chef) who aim is to bring to the public a restaurant offering excellent savory and sweet signature dishes. According to them, restaurants that specialize in both areas are extremely rare, especially in Singapore. Cornerstone offers fine dining, quality modern American cuisine in a very relaxed and casual atmosphere.

I would love to bring Mr Mode with me to Cornerstone @ Bishan Park one of these days. He would definitely prefer to sit indoors with the air-conditioning but I think the alfresco dining area is very nice too!


Good food with fellow bloggers!


With Maureen (aka Miss Tam Chiak)


With Melissa


Dessert table!


With Jessica (aka Tippytapp)


With Sherlyn


With Mel and Val

Sorry my hand very short, only can fit a few people in a frame. HAHAHA!!


Jamie Yeo and some of us. YOU could be the ‘some of us’ too!


DJs from Power 98 – Mister Young and Jacqui; 883Jia – Kai Ying and Jia Ming. I didn’t manage to take a picture with Robin from 883Jia but I was impressed with how bilingual he was!

Thank you for the fun morning and great food, Power 98FM, 88.3Jia FM, and Cornerstone! 😀


Now, how about experiencing a VIP treatment complete with limousine taxi and brunch at Cornerstone yourself? 😀 Imagine being surrounded by lush greenery in the company of your chosen partner and enjoying an interactive session with DJs from Power 98 and 88.3Jia FM!

FIVE LUCKY BLOG READERS will be selected to spend brunch with the Safra Radio DJs at Cornerstone!

Winners will receive:

  • A pair of VIP invites to Power 98 & 88.3Jia Brunch Party (Worth $60/ pax)
  • A chance to get up close & personal with Celebrity DJs like Jamie Yeo & Robin Goh
  • A goodie bag worth $100
  • A chance to win attractive prizes up to $500!

Details of VIP Brunch Experience @ The Cornerstone with DJs!

  • Date: Saturday, 3rd May 2014
  • Time: 10am – 12.30pm
  • Venue: Corner Stone (Bishan Park 2, 1380 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1)


Leave your:

  1. Name
  2. Contact number
  3. Email address
  4. Reason why you’d like to win in the comment section below by 24 April 2014.


Winners will be announced on Power 98 and 88.3Jia Facebook, and SAFRA Radio will contact winners directly. Meanwhile, tune in to Power 98FM and/or 88.3Jia FM via the mobile app or stream LIVE via the websites (Power 98FM:, 88.3Jia FM:

Remember, you only have until 24 April 2014 to put down your name! All the best!



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About Bun Bun

Hello! My name is Juli and Bun Bun is my alter-ego. I blog to share my love for makeup, how to apply it, and what works or what doesn’t work, all from an Asian perspective.

My first makeup product was a shimmery light blue lipstick which I proudly wore all over my eyelids and lips. It cost $2.50, felt like $250, and made me feel like a million bucks.