Monthly Archives: July 2015

LKY Musical – A review


I just read in the local broadsheet newspapers printed on 21 July (yes, I am catching up on my readings from my Hokkaido trip) which quoted lead actor Adrain Pang as saying, “I just hope that when it comes together, … Continue reading

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A Full Jublilee Bash at The Fullerton Hotel


The celebration around the island for SG50 is gaining momentum. If like me, you did not manage to get tickets for the NDP, do not fret, as there are many other free celebratory events you can go to, like this … Continue reading

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Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan


I first noticed this book in O magazine’s book review some time ago. It’s an honour that a book which is set in Singapore gets reviewed in O. Kevin Kwan is reportedly based in US but grew up in Singapore. … Continue reading

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Life Beyond The Big Top – Book Launch


Singapore is celebrating its 50th year of independence and there are so many events organized that are free, in a year long SG50 party celebrations. As a book lover and a wannabe writer, I try to attend as many book launches … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Can See Smell – Korean Drama


The sixteen-episode is a romantic comedy-thriller with a good looking cast. Unfortunately, the Korean police force is often put in a bad light, inefficient and sometimes corrupt, until the hero steps in. In this case, the hero is  Choi Moo … Continue reading

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Another Country by Wild Rice


This play is a collaboration between Singapore and Malaysia which was first performed as Second Link – The Singapore – Malaysia Text Exchange. Like the title explained in Second Link, Another Country interprets literary texts consisting of books, poetry, monologues, … Continue reading

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