Rihanna and Drake fuel romance rumors with Amsterdam date

The rapper/singer is currently touring Europe and his former girlfriend Rihanna sparked rumors they might be back together when she joined him on stage at a gig in Paris, France last month (Feb14).

They have now sent gossips into a spin after they were pictured dining out together at a sushi restaurant in Amsterdam on Thursday.

The stars dated briefly in 2010.

great things to see and do in Northern Spain

1 Look out for dolphins on the overnight ferry trip over to Santander. Book a cabin for the journey from Portsmouth and start your holiday with a ‘mini cruise’. www.brittanyferries.com

  1. Follow in the footsteps of the Spanish royal family and walk the headland in Santander, the Peninsula de la Magdelena. The park is surrounded by beaches and used to be their summer retreat. The free ‘zoo’ area has seals and penguins. www.spain.info/en_GB

  1. Take to the skies with the spectacular gondola trip to the top of the stunning Picos de Europa mountains, 20 kilometres inland from the coast. Catch the Teleferica (gondola) at Fuente De. www.cantur.com/instalaciones/actualidad/5-teleferico-de-fuente-de

  1. Sleep in a castle in the Mediaeval town of Olite. The fairytale-like Palacio Real do Olite (Royal Palace) had hanging gardens and a zoo with a lion house in the 15th century. Now part of it has been turned into a state-owned hotel. www.parador.es/en

  1. Discover why Rioja wine taste so good. Head for the pretty town of Laguardia, filled with ancient wine cellars dating back to the 12th centuryTuck in to tapas in Santander. Head

Chinatown Heritage Centre reopens

The rejuvenated Chinatown Heritage Centre has been officially opened to unveil a refreshed visitor experience that tells a richer story of Chinatown’s evolution from its early days as a Chinese migrant settlement to today’s vibrant heritage precinct

The rejuvenated Chinatown Heritage Centre has been officially opened to unveil a refreshed visitor experience that tells a richer story of Chinatown’s evolution from its early days as a Chinese migrant settlement to today’s vibrant heritage precinct.

Visitors to the Centre can expect a more comprehensive Chinatown story narrative that goes beyond the 1960s, more in-depth collection of personal stories from the Chinatown community, deeper exploration of Chinatown’s multi-ethnicity, clan associations, nightlife, heritage businesses, and enhanced multi-sensory features in the form of soundscapes, multimedia content, interactive story panels, olfactory experience and mood lighting. These will be complemented by a line-up of tours and events.

The Centre, which underwent rejuvenation in October 2014, was officially reopened by S Iswaran, minister for trade and industry. The rejuvenation aims to strengthen the centre’s content and presentation style. It will be operated by Chinatown Heritage Centre, a consortium between Singapore River Cruise, Journeys, and Splash Entertainment.

Mr Kenneth Lim, director of