Author: Mei Yen

KidZania Turns Two: CongreZZ Kids Show You How To Govern a Town!

KidZa­nia is the mag­i­cal place where kids role-play what it is like to be an adult. Yes­ter­day, KidZa­nia Sin­ga­pore cel­e­brat­ed its sec­ond year anniver­sary with a birth­day bash, com­plete with a cer­e­mo­ni­al cake cut­ting and a lit­tle song and dance around the KidZa­nia city town. For…

Digging Up the Dirt On Sustainable Gardening

If that one hour of Earth Hour last month wasn’t enough to con­vince you on the slow death of the plan­et, we’ve got a full day ded­i­cat­ed to green caus­es this month — on 22 April. Yes, that is the day Earth Day falls on, and…

HAW to Recreate These Recipes Using This Legendary Childhood Sweet

When Mom decid­ed to pack your lunch for school, you knew you were in for a treat. In your lunch­box,  there would be a tiny, cylin­dri­cal fire­crack­er pack­age, wrapped with alu­minum foil and a piece of red wrap­ping paper. “HAW FLAKES”, the wrap­per would say. Whether…

Have You Heard? Sesame Street Is Taking Over Changi Airport!

Get ready for a major throw­back to the good ol’ child­hood days. Sesame Street is in town and it has tak­en up res­i­dence at Chan­gi Air­port Ter­mi­nal 3. Billed as the first in Asia, the Inflat­able Fun with Sesame Street play­ground will be a ton of…

International Women’s Day: The Best Of Pro-Female Ads In Singapore

Cul­ture and soci­ety as a whole have under­gone many changes since our grand­moth­ers’ and great-grand­­moth­­ers’ gen­er­a­tion. Amidst the tide of the west­ern influ­ence came the new era of equal­i­ty. Equal­i­ty between race, reli­gion and of course, the sex­es. Today marks Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day, a day to…

The Celebrities Of Raffles Hotel Are Not Who You Think They Are

In light of Raf­fles Hotel’s restora­tion, we dig up (lit­er­al­ly) mem­o­ries that were per­haps swept under the expen­sive car­pets of Raf­fles (fun fact: one in par­tic­u­lar costs a whop­ping six-dig­its). Raf­fles Hotel has with­stood the test of time and has seen many walk through its dou­ble…