Monthly Archives: August 2015

Singapore Dance in New York

The acclaimed Singapore dance troupe Maya Dance Theatre will return to New York to perform for the arts festival, Something To Write Home About. The troupe will be joined by Singai Tamil Sangam & Yun-Chun Chua in an evening of

Singapore Dance in New York

The acclaimed Singapore dance troupe Maya Dance Theatre will return to New York to perform for the arts festival, Something To Write Home About. The troupe will be joined by Singai Tamil Sangam & Yun-Chun Chua in an evening of

Singapore Film in New York

Something to Write Home About, a Singapore arts festival to be held in New York City from September 12 – 22, will feature an evening of Singapore film. Curated by Kirsten Tan, five short films by up-and-coming Singapore filmmakers will

Singapore Film in New York

Something to Write Home About, a Singapore arts festival to be held in New York City from September 12 – 22, will feature an evening of Singapore film. Curated by Kirsten Tan, five short films by up-and-coming Singapore filmmakers will

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Critical Portraits

Loke Hong Seng’s photographs show the physical and social landscapes of Singapore undergoing dramatic changes between 1963 and 1985. Yeo Workshop, an independent art gallery in Singapore, is holding an exhibition of the work of this important photographer titled “A

/ Art

Critical Portraits

Loke Hong Seng’s photographs show the physical and social landscapes of Singapore undergoing dramatic changes between 1963 and 1985. Yeo Workshop, an independent art gallery in Singapore, is holding an exhibition of the work of this important photographer titled “A

Special Focus on Leong Liew Geok – “The Gardener’s Alphabet”

This is the final part of SP’s first “Special Focus” series, looking at the extraordinary gardening poems of Leong Liew Geok. Born in Penang, Malaysia, Leong moved to Singapore in 1981. Thereafter, she published two important collections of poems, Love

Special Focus on Leong Liew Geok – “The Gardener’s Alphabet”

This is the final part of SP’s first “Special Focus” series, looking at the extraordinary gardening poems of Leong Liew Geok. Born in Penang, Malaysia, Leong moved to Singapore in 1981. Thereafter, she published two important collections of poems, Love

Tuesdays at Ipster Cafe

The Middle Ground, a Singapore news website, has started a weekly series of light satirical verse on Southeast Asian current affairs. Scribe Joshua Ip will entertain and inform in his Ipster Cafe. Ip is no lightweight, however. He is the

Tuesdays at Ipster Cafe

The Middle Ground, a Singapore news website, has started a weekly series of light satirical verse on Southeast Asian current affairs. Scribe Joshua Ip will entertain and inform in his Ipster Cafe. Ip is no lightweight, however. He is the

Special Focus on Leong Liew Geok – “The Gardener Gets High”

This is Part Ten of SP’s first “Special Focus” series, looking at the extraordinary gardening poems of Leong Liew Geok. Born in Penang, Malaysia, Leong moved to Singapore in 1981. Thereafter, she published two important collections of poems, Love Is

Special Focus on Leong Liew Geok – “The Gardener Gets High”

This is Part Ten of SP’s first “Special Focus” series, looking at the extraordinary gardening poems of Leong Liew Geok. Born in Penang, Malaysia, Leong moved to Singapore in 1981. Thereafter, she published two important collections of poems, Love Is

Our SG50 Wishes

Singapore turns 50 today, August 9, 2015. National Day celebrations are more lavish than ever, even as the country faces an uncertain future with the passing of its founding leaders and with a general election coming up that many expect

Our SG50 Wishes

Singapore turns 50 today, August 9, 2015. National Day celebrations are more lavish than ever, even as the country faces an uncertain future with the passing of its founding leaders and with a general election coming up that many expect