Chef-In-Box launched Full Korean World Chef Series and expands to food services

Singapore recently had their first food vending machine café in Singapore, I remembered watching it on the news broadcasted on television. They were pretty cool and interesting, I didn’t get the opportunity to try any of them since they weren’t near my neighbourhood where I am staying. During a visit to my friend’s home in Sengkang for his Hari Raya Open House, I passed by the Anchorvale vending machine café, I stopped, took a look from the outside and it’s impressive. However, since I was going to my friend’s home for a feast, I didn’t buy anything from the vending …

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DigiMuse Presents at National Museum of Singapore

A day at the National Museum of Singapore, you can learn more about the history, heritage and culture of Singapore through modern digital technology such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI). With the launch of DigiMuse Presents at National Museum of Singapore, visitors from the kids to adults, can learn and understand more about Singapore through the such innovative technology-enabled experiential learning. DigiMuse Presents is now taking place at the National Museum of Singapore, there are seven digitally-led protoype projects that makes a visitor’s tour of National Museum of Singapore exhibitions and galleries very interesting …

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Canon PhotoMarathon XVI Singapore – 28thJuly 2018

This year 2018 marks the 16th year of Canon PhotoMarathon. On a personal basis, this is my 8thyear participating in Canon PhotoMarathon 2018 (having participated in the years 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017). Over the previous editions that I participated in Canon PhotoMarathon Singapore, I had seen the changes and improvements over the eight editions of Canon PhotoMarathon that I participated in. Canon PhotoMarathon XVI Singapore was different from the past few editions that I participated in. They had a bright, colourful and refreshing concept, starting with the event t-shirt that is luminious green in colour (that looks a …

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A legacy created – World’s first Creative Commons Musical “What If”

On 8thJuly 2018 in Singapore, a group of diverse, unique, creative and very talented individuals from all walks of life, composers, musicians, artists, singers, performers banded together in less than a month’s time frame and created a legacy for the world’s creatives and artists, the world’s first Creative Commons Musical “What If” presented by ikibook, performed at Campus Party Singapore. This was an amazing journey that I never knew how it would turn out when I decided to be part of this Creative Commons musical “What If” movement by ikibook, lending my only talents in capturing priceless moments, documenting, writing …

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Be a part of PhotoMarathon for the Community!

This year 2018 is going to be the 16thyear while this would be my 8thyear participating in the PhotoMarathon in Singapore! Taking place on 28thJuly 2018 is  Canon PhotoMarathon XVI, register now and be a part of a PhotoMarathon for the Community! I made my maiden debut competing in Canon PhotoMarathon in the year 2008, followed by 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017. From the links, you can read my personal stories during my years of participation, including the various unique, interesting and challenging Canon PhotoMarathon themes during my seven years of participation! Looking back at my different years …

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The World’s first ever Creative Commons musical “What If” by ikibook

There is something brewing right here in Singapore over the past few weeks, this is something special and unique, that had been building up and growing over the past three weeks, with the grand finale performance taking place on Sunday 8th July afternoon, at the inagural Campus Party Singapore 2018. What is so special and unique about it? First and foremost, this is the world’s first ever Creative Commons musical, “What If” presented by ikibook. The “What If” musical is a crowd sourced, organic collaboration with heartlanders (our everyday folks), talented and creative musicians, dancers, artists, singers, perfomers. A complete collaboration …

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Singapore Food Festival 2018 is back from 13 to 29 July!

Food lovers around the world alert! The Singapore Food Festival (SFF) is back! This annual food event in Singapore is not to be missed for all foodie lovers, with its delicious food programmes and a exciting line up of delicious food events during the Singapore Food Festival 2018, taking place from 13th to 29th July! This Singapore Food Festival 2018 is going to feature both traditional and contemporary cuisines of Singapore! Ms Ranita Sundramoorthy, Director of Retail and Dining, Singapore Tourism Board (STB), said: “It has been an amazing 25-year journey for the Singapore Food Festival. Over the years, the …

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Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes Exhibition

The world of Marvel Super Heroes, a world that has a huge branding,  influence, following and support around the world from its ardent fans. Everyone of us loves a super hero, their strength and power to save people and the world. Today, Marvel Heroes loyal fans can enter into a highly immersive Marvel Studios world of Marvel Heroes, to be up close and personal with their favourite Marvel Heroes chracter at the Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. This exhibtion, Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes, is part of a three-year collaboration between Singapore …

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The Little Prince is now in Singapore!

The Little Prince is in town, have you heard of him? At the back of my mind, who is this “Little Prince”? Is he a royalty? Is he a real person or is he fictional? Prior to visiting The Little Prince: Behind the Story exhibition at the Singapore Philatelic Museum, that were some of the questions that occupied my mind. Upon entering into The Little Prince: Behind the Story exhibition, I was brought into another world (of fantasy, travel, adventure and writing), just as what the author, French aviator Antoine de Saint Exupery would want to open it to and …

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Explore Singapore’s National Monuments through Lego bricks and blocks

Eight mininatures of Singapore’s National Monuments, made up of more than 110,000 Lego bricks, designed and built by My Little Brick Shop Pte Ltd, over a period of seven months. This is a very special and unique exhibition, that would attract both young and old, learning  Singapore’s National Monuments, their history and heritage through Lego. Organised by the Preservation of Sites and Monuments (PSM) division of the National Heritage Board (NHB), this is part of the PSM’s efforts to raise awareness of Singapore’s buildings history and heritage, using Lego bricks and blocks, to learn and deepen understanding of Singapore’s buildings …

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