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WHATEVER the season, there is always something exciting happening in the Singapore art scene whether it is a new play opening, an art festival or a fashion show. At Resorts World Sentosa, there is currently an exhibition of over 100 pieces of haute couture garments from renowned Italian house Valentino until Feb 13….. FULL ARTICLE
December 23, Anansa Jacob, www.thesundaily.com
My Singapore story
Exploring Singapore is always a joy. Despite its size, it always has new things to offer. I like how it is busy but not chaotic. I know it’s small and I love how everything is 15 minutes away, but it feels very spacious, with the greenery and open areas. Unlike other cities, I do not feel like the buildings are closing in on me in Singapore. Most of all, no matter what time of the day, even at 3 a.m., I feel safe walking its streets….. FULL ARTICLE
December 17, Nana Nadal, www.manilastandardtoday.com
H&M to be in Singapore!
The store will be located in Orchard Building on Orchard Road in central Singapore’s main shopping district, according to a company statement.
“We look forward to opening our first store in South East Asia. There is great potential for expansion in this highly populated and fashion conscious region, and Orchard Road in Singapore is the perfect first step for this,” said Karl-Johan Persson, CEO at H&M……FULL ARTICLE
By The Local/pvsia, The Local
A starlit Christmas in YourSingapore
WITH the school holidays just around the corner, it’s time to plan where to take your family, for that much-needed getaway and also to celebrate Christmas. Here are some ideas for you to enjoy YourSingapore holiday this year-end. Every year, Orchard Road is the scene of the annual Christmas Light-Up event. With this year’s theme being A Starlit Christmas, walkways will be drenched in a stunning kaleidoscope of twinkling lights with sprinklings of star-shaped lights strewn from treetops and lampposts, creating a magical experience….. FULL ARTICLE
November 18, Anansa Jacob, www.thesundaily.com
Singapore’s lesser-known tropical fruits!
From the glorious durian to little-known tamarind, tropical fruit trees once outnumbered the growers in the kampong. Many of the trees are gone now, save for specimens in Botanic Gardens, eco-farms and neighburhood horticulture parks. Thankfully, the fruits can still be found around the island…FULL ARTICLE
September 29, By Lay Leng Ang, www.cnngo.com
Alonso wins Singapore Grand Prix 2010!
Fernando Alonso won the Singapore Grand Prix tonight in his Ferrari, in a close fought battle with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel in second place by 0.2 seconds. Mark Webber finished a distant third in his Red Bull, 29.1 seconds behind. Alonso takes pole-position, fastest lap and the race win – the first driver to do so since Michael Schumacher at the 2004 Hungarian Grand Prix.FULL ARTICLE
September 27, By Grandprix.com
Thrills and excitement at this year’s F1 support races
The F1 cars are no doubt the star attraction of this week’s Singapore GP, but there are other fast cars vying for attention. Two support races – the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia and the Formula BMW Pacific events – are churning up the excitement as well. The Porsche Carrera Cup, the region’s premier GT championship, is seeing a record entry of 23 drivers. There will be two Classes – A for the professionals and B for amateurs – with all competing in two races instead of one this year. Five of the drivers are from Singapore, and they are hoping to impress the home supporters.FULL ARTICLE
September 21, Patwant Singh, http://www.channelnewsasia.com
Schumacher ‘excited’ by Singapore spectacle!
Michael Schumacher is excited ahead of his debut at the Singapore street circuit this weekend.
The track was added to the calendar in 2008, two years after Schumacher retired from Formula One. The seven-time world champion needs to learn not only the circuit, but the driving conditions as this is also his first night race. However the Mercedes driver remains unfazed by this challenge. FULL ARTICLE
September 20, By ESPNF1 Staff,http://en.espnf1.com
Third time's the charm at Singapore Grand Prix
Now in its third year, the Singapore Grand Prix has again raised the bar for racing excitement and quality lifestyle entertainment. Dubbed the Grand Prix Season Singapore (GPSS), this event is sure to live up to its tagline of being “more than just a race.” FULL ARTICLE
September 12, By Enrico Miguel T. Subido, http://www.philstar.com/
Singapore’s best small museums
If the thought of traipsing round dusty galleries for hours makes you swoon, head for these small Singapore museums history, culture and fun, without the foot ache…. FULL ARTICLE
September 7, By Elaine Ee-Meyers, http://www.cnngo.com/singapore
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