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15 of the best things to do in Singapore this week (Aug 29-Sep 4)
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15 of the best things to do in Singapore this week (Aug 29-Sep 4)

Looking for things to do? Read on for our guide to the week's best events and recommended things to do

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Pokémon Go: Best places in Singapore to catch Pokémon
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Pokémon Go: Best places in Singapore to catch Pokémon

In the Time Out Singapore Pokémon Go challenge, nine staffers were sent to popular hotspots around town to see who’s the best Pokémon Master of us all – here’s what happened

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Where to buy mooncakes in Singapore 2016
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Where to buy mooncakes in Singapore 2016

Mid-Autumn Festival rolls around on September 15 this year and you don’t want to waste your calories on a mediocre mooncake. Here, we pick eight places to get the best mooncakes to indulge in.

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Best modern Chinese restaurants in Singapore
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Best modern Chinese restaurants in Singapore

Traditional Chinese grub is taking a leaf out of the hipster manual, and Joyce Huang points you to the best restaurants you wouldn’t spot your ah ma in

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Things to do during the haze in Singapore
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Things to do during the haze in Singapore

Haze season is back in Singapore. Here's what you can do to weather it out

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What's on in Singapore this week

Mid-Autumn at Gardens by the Bay
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Mid-Autumn at Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is taking the Mid-Autumn Festival this year to the next level. Bring your whole family down and marvel at the hand-crafted lantern displays. Don’t miss the opening night, which will bring an interactive lantern parade followed by fireworks. Other days will see the debut of Ron Arad’s 720° art installation, live performances, food streets and more.

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Mosaic Music Weekend
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Mosaic Music Weekend

Hands up if you remember Mosaic Music Festival. Well, we've got good and bad news. The festival is back, but not as the big, ten-day music extravaganza it was when it launched in 2005. The new format features four days of international bands taking the stage, such as Patrick Wolf and Lisa Hannigan, the latter of whom you'd probably know as the female voice in Damien Rice's 'The Blower's Daughter'. There are also a bevy of free performances, which feature regional and local acts such as Oh! Flamingo from the Philippines and our very own DEON and Riot !n Magenta.

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A Design Film Festival
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A Design Film Festival

The sixth edition of the film festival showcases eight movies that celebrate design. The films, premiering in Singapore for the first time, include Crazy about Tiffany’s, about the titular jewellery brand, and Yohji Yamamoto | Dressmaker – a documentary revolving around the Japanese designer’s life and work. For those who can’t make it down for the film screenings, some titles are available for rent ($10) or purchase ($20) through SDFF's website. The festival will be held at two venues this year – Capitol Theatre on September 3 and 4, and at Lido Theatres on September 9, 10 and 11.

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Annexe Sessions
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Annexe Sessions

Esplanade’s newest music venue, the Annexe Studio, kicks things off come September – starting with two performances to mark the launch of the Mosaic Associate Artists programme, which aims to support and groom a select group of music artists over two to three years. Chok Kerong and the Organ Trio are performing on September 1, ahead of their Tokyo Jazz Festival debut. The following night (Sep 2), be treated to instrumental rock outfit In Each Hand a Cutlass' blend of progressive rock, ambient and metal. Tickets are available at the door.

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Cineda:ns

Cineda:ns

A collaboration between Esplanade’s da:ns festival and The Projector, Cineda:ns features a series of films that showcases those who live and breathe dance. Films screened include Mr Gaga, Pina and Our Last Tango.

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Iskandar Jalil: Kembara Tanah Liat (Clay Travels)
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Iskandar Jalil: Kembara Tanah Liat (Clay Travels)

One of Singapore’s premier ceramic artists, Iskandar Jalil’s new exhibition features almost 200 of his pieces, dating from the 1960s to present day. Kembara Tanah Liat explores how ceramic art has evolved and highlights its place in Southeast Asian modern art.

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Delicate, but not deft, nigiri

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