Enter into The Little Prince In The Dark Collection

The Little Prince has been in Singapore for the past few months at the Singapore Philatelic Museum since June 2018. I had the opportunity to visit this exhibition during a media preview and I had a fun time there! This wonderful exhibition brings the young and old into another world through their stories and adventures. At the Little Prince exhibition, visitors would not be able to touch most of the artworks and artefacts on display inside this exhibition! Now, they can, when visitors enter into The Little Prince In The Dark Collection! There are six sculptures inside this special dark collection …

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Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2018

Today, on the 24th September 2018, is Mid-Autumn Festival, first and foremost, I would like to wish all my readers 中秋节快乐,Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! Over the weekend, Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) organised Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 with many fun activities and events on 22nd and 23rd September 2018!   Mid-Autumn Festival is one of my favourite festivals, with the colourful lanterns and getting an opportunity to taste different mooncakes (although I don’t really eat a lot!) with Chinese tea, catching up with family, relatives and friends. At the Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival, we can see extended families coming down together …

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Food Tasting at Club Meatballs

Meatballs fans, there is now a place for you to visit, introducing Club Meatballs at China Square Central! I went for a food tasting at Club Meatballs recently and I was able to taste the different cuisines being offered at Club Meatballs. Club Meatballs, a restaurant, café and bar, all together in one cosy space, is helmed by Chef La Mei Mei from New York. This pretty millennial chef is of Vietnamese and Malaysian descent, grew up helping out at her family’s Japanese restaurant and working in cafes in New Jersey. After Chef La Mei Mei graduated from The Institute …

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Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 is back!

The Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 is back to Chinatown in Singapore, starting on Saturday 8th September 2018 with its official street light-up and opening ceremony! A month of great fun, activities and celebrations would then take place in the Chinatown district, welcoming visitors, Singaporeans and tourists of all ages to come down, soak in this festive season, enjoy and have great fun, a perfect time to learn more about Chinese traditions and heritage and to encourage more people especially the youth to learn more about them too! Earlier in the week, I went for the media preview session organised by Kreta Ayer …

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Last 2 nights (24 & 25 Aug) to catch SG Night Festival 2018 !

This would be the last 2 nights to catch the 11thedition of the Singapore Night Festival 2018! I went last weekend on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th August 2018, covering most of the Night Lights artworks installation. I returned back on Thursday 23rd August to cover the performances! Do check out the photographs that I published on my Instagram account! I would upload more photographs once the Singapore Night Festival 2018 is over into my Singapore Night Festival Flickr collection! For this Singapore Night Festival 2018, I would just like to highlight some of the Night Lights artworks installations that caught my attention! …

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Happy SG53 Birthday to Singapore!

Today is 9th August 2018, this also marks the 53rd birthday of Singapore since gaining independence in 1965. I didn’t manage to catch the National Day Parade (NDP) 2018 on television, I was at Marina Bay Singapore, in between the Marina Promenade and Marina Bay Sands location, shooting the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) air display for NDP 2018 and my favourite NDP 2018 fireworks! Prior to the NDP 2018 parade this evening, I wrote and published an article on my personal website/blog, containing my thoughts and feelings for Singapore on her 53rd birthday. Just so much thoughts, feelings …

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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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