The month of August 2019 in Singapore, there are lots of love, kindness and graciousness with the arts at CapitaLand’s Raffles City Singapore with “Arts in the City: We Love SINGApore” exhibition. CapitLand’s Raffles City Singapore has collaborated with Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) to launch the “Arts in the City:
At the second floor foyer of Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) in Singapore, a yellow gown with a 16-foot train stands there in the middle on a mannequin display, totally blowing many people away and off their minds. This yellow gown is not just bright, colourful, with exquisite workmanship and fashion
Over the past few weeks and months, there were a number of photography articles that I shared on my Facebook Page, Instagram and Twitter, from new camera products announcements to discussions pertaining to the photography and economy situations. I wanted to share some thoughts yet I met with a photographer’s
A community heritage gallery opening up in the heartlands of Singapore, bringing history, heritage, culture, conservation, preservation, learning and an all important intangible cultural heritage closer to the public. Introducing Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery, this is National Heritage Board’s (NHB) first community gallery that focuses on intangible cultural heritage. This
At one of the crossroads in the world for international trade and shipping, Singapore’s rise as a global maritime hub, from her days as an entrepot trade to one of the busiest shipping hub in the world today. The role, signifiance and contribution of Singapore’s shipping industry cannot be underestimated.
My journey with whisky appreciation grew exponentially after my maiden visit to the home of one of my favourite whisky brands, Nikka whisky in Hokkaido, Japan in 2016. A pilgrimage to Yoichi distillery, the birthplace of Nikka whisky, walking through a whisky history, heritage and culture, tasting and enjoying whisky,