Minimalism – Space Light Object

In the current world that we live in, constantly filled with unrelentless updates, sharing and exchanges on social media networks, do you ever feel the stress, fatigue, anxiety and anger from this era of digital connectivity? Do you ever feel the need and desire to move away from all these digital connections and into a world of Minimalism of space, light and object? What is Minimalism all about? What does Minimalism mean to you? Minimalism – Space, Light, Object, what is this all about?   I had been exploring and discovering Minimalism, through my own interpretation using black and white …

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A Cuisine Experience at Lim Spring Court

A cuisine experience at Lim Spring Court, it was delightful and wonderful, excellent and delicious cuisine. It all started with a WhatsApp group conversation that there is a new food place known as Lim Spring Court 林春苑, after some liaising and arrangement handled by the CK, the coordinator inside that group, we all gathered together on 10th November 2018 for a food tasting journey at Lim Spring Court. 10th  November 2018 – Lim Spring Court Official Opening On this day, when we had our food tasting session, this was also the official opening ceremony for Lim Spring Court. Guests were treated to …

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New Canon Mini Photo Printer

In the modern world of digital photography today, the sheer volume of photographs shot, uploaded and shared on the internet and social network services are exponentially huge and wide. Although we “consume” a lot of photographs, whether you are a leisure, hobbyist, enthusiast or professional photographer, we are not printing as much photographs as before during the analogue/film days. Coming from the film photography era where I started my photography learning and journey, there were no digital cameras and we had to print out our photographs. That was lost with me for a period of time until I started to …

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In an Instant: Polaroid at National Museum of Singapore

In today’s world of technology, internet and social media networks, in an instant,  with the power of smartphones and apps, photographs of almost anything and everything, can be captured and shared in an instant. Where is the origin of this modern instant photography? The origin of modern instant photography can be traced back to the late 1940s with the introduction of the Polaroid camera to the world. In an Instant: Polaroid at National Museum of Singapore, you can take a photography journey back in time to learn and explore the roots and origin of instant photography. Edwin Land: Scientist, Inventor, …

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Between The Lines – The Chinese Cartoon Revolution

A special exhibition is now taking place at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, it’s titled “Between the Lines – The Chinese Cartoon Revolution”. This is a unique and very interesting exhibition, using satirical sketches to tell stories, spread a national movement and capture historical moments in time. Wan Qing CultureFest 2018  This special exhibition, Between the lines – The Chinese Cartoon Revolution, was officially launched together with Wan Qing CultureFest 2018 on 3rd November 2018. Visitors were able to catch wonderful performances during the launch event, bringing them back in time to the good old days. The theme for Wan …

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LG Pocket Photo Snap

Photographers, do you remember the instant print cameras? The memories that you can keep or give away to people after taking a photograph? The exponential spread and growth of smartphones over the years did help to spread the growth of photography especially mobile phone photography. While there were a lot more people taking and sharing photographs they shot, posting and sharing it online, on the internet and social network services, there is also a gradual return to printing photographs. Instant print photography is one of them and LG recently launched a hybrid instant camera and portable printer, the LG Pocket …

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Pandora’s Garden – Singapore’s first Rosé bar

A cosy rooftop garden bar, tucked away in the conservation neighbourhood of Ann Siang, not too far away from the central business district of Singapore, is now the home of Singapore’s first Rosé bar, Pandora’s Garden! Pink is the new Black! At Pandora’s Garden, this newly opened rooftop garden bar is dedicated to serving Rosé wine! When I made a visit to Pandora’s Garden, a few things caught my attention, the ambience and surroundings of Rosé bar and their Rosé wine collection! Located on the rooftop courtyard of Ann Siang House, at 28 Ann Siang Road, in this iconic historical …

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Launch of Malay CultureFest 2018 & Undangan ke Baitullah

The Malay CultureFest 2018 is back, it was officially launched on the 12th October 2018 at the Malay Heritage Centre by the Guest of Honour, Mdm Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore. Along with the launch of MalayCultureFest 2018, a special exhibition titled, “Undangan ke Baitullah: Pilgrims’ Stories from the Malay World to Makkah / Kisah-kisah Haji dari Alam Melayu ke Makkah” was also launched together on the same day. Malay CultureFest 2018 This year’s Malay CultureFest 2018 focus on artistic expressions of devotion and faith, found throughout the Nusantara, in conjunction with the special exhibition titled, “Undangan ke …

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My Retro find at Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market

A month ago, I shared a photo on my Instagram, my retro find at Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market. I asked my followers/readers to make a guess which whisky flask bottle did I purchase? Today I am going to reveal the answer! My choice is this glass hip flask in leather case! Being a heritage, vintage and retro enthusiast/supporter myself, I always love flea markets and the regular retro flea market that I always visit is the Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market by Vintage Flea Market by the Retro Factory! If you love arts, craft and lifestyle products, …

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QUAN FA (a farm to table) mookata

This very delicious food tasting journey to QUAN FA (a farm to table) mookata began with just a simple conversation during an evening tour to visit the Singapore Philatelic Museum. There is a new food place for us to visit for a food tasting session! Alright, the rest of the folks replied, for those who were able to attend. One week later, we made our appearance at Jurong East Street 31, visiting QUAN FA mookata. Personally, this was also my first time eating a mookata meal! While we were hungry with a grumbling stomach, we had to wait eagerly to …

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