Now is a good time to play that video game you didn’t had time before or a hobby like home cooking, living room exercise or those dance challenges on TikTok. Learn your mother tongue slightly better, learn the basics of whatever instruments lying around, finally clean out your room or storage room of clothes that do not fit you or items you find redundant. Something to do is better than nothing.
Huawei announced that users who have already bought its products will not be affected following its ban. It will continue to provide security updates and after sales services to its consumers. It did not forget to remind fans of its "substantial contributions" to the tech industry and users all over the world. Will Singaporeans remain indifferent or rush to sell their phones?
Zheng Jiajia, an engineer in China and ex-staff of telecom firm Huawei recently married a robot after failing to find a human girlfriend. He created the robot himself and married her in a traditional Chinese wedding where she even had a red veil over her head. He is thinking of upgrading her so that she can walk and do household chores.
Song bo? All the single guys take note, now can ownself create ownself marry liao!
The direction to bring out these tensions in friendships can be found in how deliberately forced their silences seem, and when the characters have their asides, the audience knows how much is hidden behind their body language.
Bringing in the circus duo Acrojou from the UK was something that I had been looking forward to. However, because of the setting in which the performance was held, much of its impact has been lost on the audience.
The Wheel House is a German wheel act that illustrates the daily life and struggles of two lone survivors in a post apocalyptic world. Their narrative performance works best in an open, expansive space, which is something that lacked during their show in the Night Festival. Murmurs from the crowd about how they don't understand the piece floated in the air, which is a waste for a storyline that covers the intimate themes of survival and love.
Linden Furnell is no stranger to the musical theatre scene in Singapore. The Australian had studied in La Salle, worked in various local productions such as A Singaporean in Paris, Next to Normal, and City Gym, and picked up a decent amount of Singlish to pass him off as a local.
This gig at Timbre’s Barbershop will be the last one in Singapore that he will be having for a while as he prepares to tour as a cast member of Kink Boots for about a year and a half.
To earn miles, you must be prepared to play the ‘miles’ game. And you need at least one good credit card. I recently boarded a flight from Singapore to Amsterdam en route to Romania. As always I was flying Singapore Airlines, my first choice of airlines. At the time of check-in, I requested the SQ staff if I could get the single window Business class seat and she smiled back letting me know I had already selected it. I then thought to myself, when did I actually reserve the seat?
A glass door on the fifth level of the National Gallery shattered yesterday afternoon at about 4:50pm. Due to the shatter, one visitor had a minor abrasion on his right hand and received first aid from the staff. Investigations are currently underway, and the area where the glass door shattered has been cordoned off and covered with a white sheet. The public is still able to access the Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Gallery, Yan and Smoke & Mirrors exhibits through the adjacent glass doors.
Following the outrage by some conservative religious people who felt that it was inappropriate for Adam Lambert to headline the 2016 concert organised by Mediacorp at The Float at Marina Bay, some Singaporeans have started another petition for Sun Ho to replace Adam Lambert at the concert. These people believe that Sun Ho is in a better position to represent a "dignified family event" that is not "offensive and potentially divisive" because she embodies values such as family, money, booty-shaking, money, some criminal case, money, God, money, church, and, of course, money. And most importantly, there is no "gay agenda" to turn people and children who watch the performance, gay.
I am an average Singaporean girl-next-door and after being in a dating scene for a while, I realised that Singaporean guys cannot compare to Malaysian guys. Even though Singaporean guys are generally more well-groomed, they still lack the confidence to carry themselves well. They are also more sheltered, dependent and like to hide behind their mother's apron strings. Yet they are super not realistic and always hope to be together with the chio-est girl in school or work even though these girls are way beyond their league. On the other hand, Malaysian guys are more independent and can be depended on because they do not lead such a pampered life and are more resourceful in getting things done.