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August Newsletter



Every month, one of our colleagues will be put under this Spotlight for us to get to know them a little better. You might be surprised at some of the things featured here..


Kua Chin Shien

City of Residence:

Inhabitants at my residence:

My family

Start date and current position with Stampede: 
L1 QA Engineer

What I like best about working for Stampede: 
Casual workplace that feels like home

Favorite place to live: 
any place that is not hot

I’m on my way-Alan walker/ 答案-Priscilla Abbey

Horror genre


Best Vacation:
All of them 🇲🇾/🇹🇭/🇸🇬/🇭🇰/🇨🇳/🇹🇼/🇯🇵
Favorite Vehicle:

The Top 3 Highlights of my Life:
-Got a job offer before I completed my degree
-Traveled thrice in 7 months
-Bought a car with my own money 
People would be surprised to know:
-I got drunk eating noddles with a bit of wine
-I cry when I fight
-I cry when others fight

If I could do it all over again, I would: 
I wouldn’t.

Before I die, I would love to: 
travel around the world without worrying about money 💰

What I wish to get for this year’s Xmas Gift exchange: 
To rephrase my 2nd highlights of my life to ‘travel four times in 12 months’.

Happenings In The Office!

No Zipper Day

Did you know 29 July was National Zipper Day?  This day celebrates something that we often do not think about and just automatically take for granted.

However,  HAHAHACHEE organized a NO ZIPPER DAY just to have some fun and at the same time punish some people who doesn't read email or simply being forgetful... (Muahahaha... evil laugh).


Mas's Choice Award

Out of the blue, Mas, our Finance Associate, came out with a "Stampede Cute-O-Meter" and has ranked Saydi, Davlat and KY as her TOP 3 most cute guys in Stampede. 

Congratulations to Saydi for being the number one cute guy in her heart (wink, wink!)

Definition of 'cute' by Merriam-Webster:
1a. clever or shrewd often in an underhanded manner
2. attractive or pretty especially in a childish, youthful, or delicate way
3. obviously straining for effect


August Babiesssss

Happy birthday to the August babies Mas, Jerry, Dylan, Kai Xin, and Arsalan!

We held a mini birthday celebration in the office pantry and truly enjoyed the cake and foods ordered by HR. (yea we want to compliment ourselves, cannot ah?)

We wish for you to have a brighter future ahead. You might soon be facing a lot of challenges in life, but we know you are brave and smart and you will for sure be able to get through life. 


Gag Reel

Happy Work Anniversary!

  2 August   

Happy 9th years Anniversary Pui Shan!
It’s your 9th year anniversary! Thanks for being part of our family for a almost a decade. It’s hard to imagine this place without you.


  2 August  

Happy 2nd year Anniversary CS!
Congratulations on your 2-year work anniversary! You’ve accomplished a lot in the past years, and I can’t wait to see what you do in the future.


  2 August   

Happy 2nd year Anniversary Catreen!
Congratulations on your anniversary! Thanks for everything you do around here. This place wouldn't be the same without you.

  16 August   

Happy 2nd year Anniversary Nabil!
Happy anniversary to an employee who has made invaluable contributions to this company. Now get back to work!

  1 August   

Happy 1st year Anniversary Eka!
Happy work anniversary to a coworker who has many talents, including the spooky ability to sense when there are donuts in the break room.

  1 August  

Happy 1st year Anniversary Shafinas!
Congratulations on your anniversary! You are simply awesome!

  16 August   

Happy 1st year Anniversary Suvi!
Happy work anniversary to the nicest coworker anyone could ask for!


September Babies  
Special day, special person and special celebration. May all your dreams and desires come true in this coming year. Happy birthday.
5 Sept - Bukhari
7 Sept - Dew  
13 Sept- Syidah
18 Sept - Suvi
19 Sept - Cass 

21 Sept - Moses
24 Sept - Eka
29 Sept - Jannah

Article Contribution

Brown sugar milk tea is the unhealthiest bubble tea – and milk foam is the worst topping, Singapore hospital warns

Sweet-toothed bubble tea lovers, look away now! 

Mount Alvernia Hospital – a private, not-for-profit tertiary care medical institution – published an article on its website on Friday (July 5) comparing the sugar and calorie levels of various types of bubble teas and their toppings.It later posted an infographic of the article to Facebook due to “overwhelming requests” from visitors.

In the article, the hospital warned Singaporeans against the sugar content of bubble tea, since the drink had become “ubiquitous” and “wildly popular” here in recent years.

It acknowledged that green and black tea were indeed helpful in reducing the risk of diseases like diabetes, arthritis and cancer, but warned that bubble tea (which contains sugar, milk and non-dairy creamer) could actually increase the risk of chronic diseases.

Non-dairy creamer is a milk substitute that contains trans fat in the form of hydrogenated palm oil. This oil has been strongly correlated with an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, the hospital said.

It added that the number of calories in a medium cup of bubble tea were equivalent to a slice of cheesecake, and advised consumers to limit their intake to two cups a week.

The worst choice? Brown sugar milk tea with pearls

The hospital compared the sugar level in seven types of bubble tea orders, and found that the unhealthiest option by far was brown sugar milk tea with pearls.This drink contained 18.5 teaspoons of sugar.The second most unhealthy option was winter melon tea, at 16 teaspoons of sugar.

A adult’s daily recommended sugar intake is 8 to 11 teaspoons, while for children and teenagers, it is 5 teaspoons.

And while fruit-based drinks might seem healthy, they were in fact worse choices: passion fruit green tea (8.5 teaspoons) and jasmine green tea with fruit toppings (8.5 teaspoons) outranked milk tea with pearls (8 teaspoons) in sugar content.


To counter any cravings for sugary drinks, the hospital advised consumers to pick bubble tea shops that allowed them to change the sweetness level of the drinks, and slowly reduce the sugar level to “train” their taste buds.

Foam toppings have even more calories than pearls

Apart from the drinks themselves, the hospital also compared the calorie content of various toppings.

The toppings with the highest calories were milk foam (203 calories) and cheese foam (180 calories), beating out the classic option of black tapioca pearls (156 calories).

The lowest-calorie topping in the list was aloe vera, at 31 calories.


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