21st September 2021 is the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, this also means that it’s Mid-Autumn Festival! Wishing everyone a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival 2021!  祝大家中秋节快乐! Here are the cute lanterns that are located at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall for Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2021!  I alsoContinue Reading

On 12th September 1945, Singapore was liberated when the Imperial Japanese Army officially surrendered to the Allies. Most of us would be familiar with this date and official surrender ceremony in our Singapore’s history books and records. However, do you know that there was a Japanese Surrender Agreement that hadContinue Reading

Reflections at Bukit Chandu (RBC) reopens its doors to the public on 9th September 2021 after going through renovations and revamp. It’s managed by National Museum of Singapore (NMS) under National Heritage Board (NHB), the revamped Reflections at Bukit Chandu reopens with enhanced retelling World War II (WWII) stories ofContinue Reading

Mid-Autumn Festival 2021 is coming soon in the month of September 2021, falling on the 15th day of the eight lunar month. It’s one of the most important festivals for the Chinese communities around the world. While the ongoing global pandemic has restricted how we can celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival, weContinue Reading

On 5th August 2021, I received a group chat message on the passing of our former Gan Eng Seng  School (GESS) Dragon Scout Group (DSG) scoutmaster/teacher-in-charge, Mr Richard Teo, affectionately known as MRT among us. Memories and tributes started pouring in, remembering what he had done, the impacts, his teaching,Continue Reading

Have you ever went for a local tour in Singapore? This might not be on the minds or thoughts of most Singaporeans during the pre-COVID days. When the global pandemic COVID-19 hit the world in 2020, bringing international leisure tourism and travel to a standstill. People around the world returnedContinue Reading

A tale of two cities: Life in Edo | Russel Wong in Kyoto, a double header exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) that is focused on Japanese history, culture and craftsmanship, showcasing an amazing collection of woodblock prints and photography. The artworks on display tell stories of traditional andContinue Reading

15 years, it’s neither a very long time or a very short time line. For a blog that has reached its 15th year, that’s a milestone, taking into consideration how the internet and social media has changed and evolved after blogging and blogs were born. On 10th April 2021, IContinue Reading

Cat lovers in Singapore rejoice! Cute cat artworks galore that will not only melt your hearts, they are going to give you an educational tour too! Let Cute Meows teach you Paw-verbs on the Lawn! Paw-verbs on the Lawn is Malay Heritage Centre latest installation, showcasing common Malay proverbs, highlightingContinue Reading

Take a walk down Singapore’s memory lane through nostalgia and beautiful stories from Yesteryear by Yip Yew Chong. With an amazing collection of 30 canvas paintings/sketches of Yew Chong’s imagination of old Singapore, walking through this Stories from Yesteryear exhibition is going to bring you lots of nostalgia and memoriesContinue Reading