Wander around Singapore and revisit the past
Girl on girl: Charli XCX vs Meghan Trainor
We pit the two sassy sirens against each other
World Gourmet Summit 2015
The annual well-heeled affair is back
The Working Capitol
An early look at Keong Saik Road's new dining and boozing hangouts
What's on this week
Over 140 original maps dating back to the 16th century give viewers an idea of what Singapore and the South-East Asia region used to look like to explorers. Many of them are on loan from national institutions around the world and have never been shown here.
The Wild Rice production is based on Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, and explores the issues of politics and power. Dr Thomas Chee intends to go public with an exposé on the bacteria-infested water supply in his town, which is marketed as a world-class resort spa, but this decision turns his community against him – including his own brother, the town mayor.
Daeho Guk: Place of Memories, Cities
The Korean artist recreates images from his travels to cities like New York and Paris in the form of paintings that look like out-of-focus photographs.
A Traveller’s Reverie
The 32 black-and-white images, as well as 50 stereoscopic and 3D images on display, depict Afghanistan from 1925 to 1934. They feature landscapes and people, and contemporary events like the Croisière Jaune or Citröen expedition that ran through Afghanistan and Northern Asia.
First performed by the Paris Opera Ballet in 1981, this ballet follows the story of the idealistic Don Quixote and his loyal squire. Audiences are invited to journey through his encounters with characters like Basilio and his lover Kitri. Performed in French with English subtitles as part of a series of the Paris Opera Ballet screenings.