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Fundamentally Happy – A review


Fundamentally Happy is originally an English play by Haresh Sharma which was translated into Chinese by Nelson Chia of Nine Years Theatre. I decided to watch it in preparation for script writing module next semester. This play has all the ingredients … Continue reading

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Singapore Heritage Short Film Competition 2016


  To talk about heritage in such a young country like Singapore seems somewhat pretentious. Yet, in a fast economy like ours, where an ever changing landscape  and a recent loose immigration policy have the danger of diluting or even destroying … Continue reading

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MULAN THE MUSICAL


My boss had sent me an email about the charity show by ComChest just before Christmas. I was spending my last few days at work and thought it would be a good way of paying back to the company that … Continue reading

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Dick Lee Singapop 60th Birthday Concert


It’s odd that I am only enjoying Dick Lee at this late stage of my life. This was the second time I have attended his concert and I must say I enjoyed myself thoroughly. I was surprised to see the … Continue reading

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Matchstick Charity Concert @ Kallang Theatre 


This concert,  held on 20 August  2016, was organized by my son Aaron’s school,  HCI. He was part of the organizing committee and this being a charity for Bone Marrow Donation Programme,  of course mommy had to help sell the … Continue reading

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HOTEL by Wildrice


This play was first performed at the Singapore Arts Festival and I missed it. It won the best play a the Life! award and I was thrilled that they gave an encore performance at the Wildrice Singapore Festival 2016. Held … Continue reading

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The Painters:Hero – review


Hailed as the No 1 drawing performance from Korea,  this comedy act combines art,  mime and dance in an eighty minutes performance.  Like NANTA COOKING, which I caught at Meongdong in Seoul,  this theatrical performance is another entertaining export from … Continue reading

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