108 days after opening its doors to the public, the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival finally ended its inaugural run on 1 April.
Singapore’s biggest carnival, the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival, has welcomed its 1,000,000th visitor.
If every inclusion implies an exclusion, then the photographs that map marginalised bodies and geographies in Benjamin Matchap’s ‘The Purple Line’ assert themselves as what they are not. Continue reading “Purple Line. In the City.”
Have you been to Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay yet? Continue reading “Christmas Wonderland. Yawn.”
If you are a fan of chicken rice, or laksa, then maybe you might want to try some chicken rice or laksa potato chips. Continue reading “Chicken rice potato chips anyone?”
Move over Nasi Lemak Burger. Malaysia has a new nasi lemak.
Will Ed Sheeran land in Singapore at all? Continue reading “Perfect. NOT!”
You know him for rap hits like “Lion City Kia” and “Lim Peh”. Continue reading “Lim Peh wants to give free concert at Padang. Can?”
The new vehicle underpass connecting Sims Way to Nicoll Highway has certainly gotten the attention it warrants for the change in the road directions. Continue reading “Nicoll is a naughty girl. Naughty. Naughty.”