How to get ready for the new public drinking law
In case you've been living in a boozy haze, our Parliament has swiftly passed a law restricting public consumption of alcohol after 10.30pm. The new ruling commences on April 1, and no, this really isn't an April Fool's joke. Since you don't want to end up in the back of a cop cruiser, here are five tips to make the situation more bearable.
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Max Bashev: Special Thanks to…
The Russian artist recreates the works of masters like Vermeer and Da Vinci in a 1980s New York painting style, mixing elements from the past with modern societal issues.
Legends of the Southern Arch
Incorporating martial arts and stunt, this wuxla tale about honour, passion and vengeance spans three generations of bloodshed as warriors battle over a secret manual – it enables its owner to dominate the wulin world and remain the realm of martial arts – hidden under the Southern Arch.
ACT 3 Drama Academy March Holiday Workshop
Catered for children aged two to seven years old, these three holiday workshops are based on stories of bunnies adapted from books.
The works of the UK-based artist are composed around visual puzzles and unusually assembled objects, which challenge the way that viewers perceive prints. Ryan Gander explains his art to us.
In Memoriam – Lee Kuan Yew
Following the passing of Lee Kuan Yew, the National Museum of Singapore has put together an exhibition to commemorate the life and work of the nation’s founding father and former prime minister. Spanning across his formative years as a law student at Cambridge University to his final years as minister mentor, the show comprises a selection of photographs, video recordings and artefacts from the National Collection.