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Making minimalism: designer of National Gallery Singapore exhibition on learning to do less

Robert Cheng, 41, founder of Brewin Design Office, reveals the highlights and challenges of designing the ‘Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.’ exhibition

24 Jan 2019 - 10:07AM

Robert Cheng, 41, founder of Brewin Design Office, reveals the highlights and challenges of designing the ‘Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.’ exhibition

Making minimalism: designer of National Gallery Singapore exhibition on learning to do less
Singapore Biennale has come a long way by staying close to home

Fifth edition of two-yearly exhibition features more than 60 artists from 19 countries in East and South Asia, but some observers says it should cast its net wider to foster artistic dialogue between regions

27 Oct 2016 - 11:17AM

Fifth edition of two-yearly exhibition features more than 60 artists from 19 countries in East and South Asia, but some observers says it should cast its net wider to foster artistic dialogue between regions

Singapore Biennale has come a long way by staying close to home
Award-winning Blue Man Group bringing physical-theatre extravaganza to Macau

Trio’s co-creator Phil Stanton says they have come a long way since their start as street performers in the 1980s, with awards under their belts, productions across America and a current world tour

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Trio’s co-creator Phil Stanton says they have come a long way since their start as street performers in the 1980s, with awards under their belts, productions across America and a current world tour

Award-winning Blue Man Group bringing physical-theatre extravaganza to Macau
Private jet operators court China’s billionaire travellers

With the second largest concentration of billionaires in the world, China is an obvious target for companies in a regional market for private air travel that's estimated to be growing by US$3 billion a year

19 Jan 2016 - 6:03AM

With the second largest concentration of billionaires in the world, China is an obvious target for companies in a regional market for private air travel that's estimated to be growing by US$3 billion a year

Private jet operators court China’s billionaire travellers
One of the few: the remarkable life and times of a former Flying Tiger

95-year-old Ho Weng Toh, one of the few surviving members of the famed wartime air squadron, tells how he fled Hong Kong after the Japanese invasion, survived 18 bombing missions over China and is now writing his memoirs.

9 Nov 2015 - 12:25PM

95-year-old Ho Weng Toh, one of the few surviving members of the famed wartime air squadron, tells how he fled Hong Kong after the Japanese invasion, survived 18 bombing missions over China and is now writing his memoirs.

One of the few: the remarkable life and times of a former Flying Tiger
Singin' in the Rain to make a splash on the Hong Kong stage

The much-loved Hollywood musical has been reimagined as a stage show - and the global tour arrives in Hong Kong later this month

5 Sep 2015 - 6:02PM

The much-loved Hollywood musical has been reimagined as a stage show - and the global tour arrives in Hong Kong later this month

Singin' in the Rain to make a splash on the Hong Kong stage
The couples living out Star Wars and zombie fantasies in their wedding albums

Singaporean photographer spins his cosplay hobby into a business shooting themed wedding albums. 

22 Jul 2015 - 9:39AM

Singaporean photographer spins his cosplay hobby into a business shooting themed wedding albums. 

The couples living out Star Wars and zombie fantasies in their wedding albums
Children's art show goes interactive in Singapore
It's Airbnb for foodies! PlateCulture lets diners book meals in strangers' homes

A website that matches keen home cooks with foodies looking for a more personal and authentic dining experience is taking off.

15 Jan 2015 - 2:18PM

A website that matches keen home cooks with foodies looking for a more personal and authentic dining experience is taking off.

It's Airbnb for foodies! PlateCulture lets diners book meals in strangers' homes
Making sense of the senses
10 Aug 2014 - 12:46PM
Making sense of the senses
App developer learns a few things from his seven-year-old daughter

Of all the clients that software developer Erwan Mace has worked with, the toughest customer might just be his own daughter.

22 Jul 2014 - 10:39AM

Of all the clients that software developer Erwan Mace has worked with, the toughest customer might just be his own daughter.

App developer learns a few things from his seven-year-old daughter
Hell gets new neighbour with contemporary art venue
Singaporean author on a crusade against Asian education system
Robotics could be a big step in autism therapy, but stumbling blocks remain
Singaporean mother sets up online high school for gifted children
Art Stage Singapore puts region's art in global spotlight
'Change' for the better
10 Nov 2013 - 5:17PM
'Change' for the better
Singapore drinkers lap up concept
Small wonders make a big impression
Between the lines
23 Dec 2007 - 12:00AM
Between the lines
A little horseplay
27 Apr 2008 - 12:00AM
A little horseplay
Lust and found
11 Mar 2008 - 12:00AM
Lust and found
Centre of attraction
17 Feb 2008 - 12:00AM
Centre of attraction
Growing pains
21 Dec 2008 - 12:00AM
Growing pains
Lay it on the line
8 Jun 2008 - 12:00AM
Lay it on the line
We Will Rock You
15 May 2008 - 12:00AM
We Will Rock You
Woo factor
2 Jun 2009 - 12:00AM
Woo factor
Artbreak hotel
25 Jan 2009 - 12:00AM
Artbreak hotel
Thumb thing in the way he moves
Pretty personal
30 Mar 2010 - 12:00AM
Pretty personal