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AmMetLife Electric Run Recharged
AmMetLife Electric Run Recharged is one of the world’s most colourful and musical 5km night fun runs. Our 2017 RECHARGED World Tour will be amping up healthy living by taking you on a 5km journey through our seven unique course lands, with all of them featuring a variety of lights and sounds. Become a part of the show with the ELECTROBAND, our exclusive LED-powered bracelet that will connect you to thousands of your new best friends. Feel the beat as the pulsating light from your bracelet guides you through themed dance party zones, accompanied by music every kilometer of your run.Go back in time at DISCO, celebrate the marriage of lights and sounds at EDM, enjoy the beats at HIP HOP, and sing-a-long to the most current pop music you and your friends love at POLYPHONICS. End your night on a high note as you experience the excitement, energy, and soundscape at the Finish Line before dancing your night away at our celebration concert.This is your nightlife, RECHARGED!AmMetLife Electric Run Recharged is organised by The Livescape Group and supported by Malaysia Major Events (MME)
Anderson Junior College Homecoming ...
Anderson Junior College (AJC) is organising Homecoming 2017 to welcome her Alumni home. We hope to receive many guests from the graduated cohorts on this occasion for a reunion, to strengthen the relationships with fellow AJCians and to reminisce the fond memories in AJC.We look forward to seeing you. Do save the date and gather your friends to attend Homecoming 2017!
CUCKOO SMURFING! A Guide for Forei...
What is it about?Australian authorities have embarked on seizing the lawfully earned money of people who had intended to immigrate to Australia or invest in Australia. These people became victims of cuckoo smurfing, a money laundering method used by organized crime which involves the interception of funds sent by a victim to Australia and the substitution of that money with drug money which is deposited into their account. Other victims of cuckoo smurfing include companies sending money to Australia to pay for goods and services exported from Australia, funds sent to pay for real estate in Australia and parents and families sending money to children and relatives in Australia to pay for education or living expenses.Who should attend?Any person who advises clients on investing in Australia including in real estate, bullion or equities and any person who advises clients on immigrating to Australia. Singapore companies doing business with Australia or any firm that provides legal, accounting or investment advice for any of those companies is recommended to attend this information session.Content of SeminarAustralia’s Financial Intelligence SystemAustralian Federal Asset Forfeiture FrameworkCuckoo SmurfingCase StudiesQuestions
Couple's Perfume Workshop
Make a perfect gift and have fun doing so.Guess your partner's personality and bottle it or create your own signature scent.Each person makes and takes home 105ml of custom perfume - 3 travel-size sample and 1 hand-polished crystal bottle. Read reviews and find out more at http://www.jetaime-singapore.com/A couple would require to purchase two tickets.
ELLE Inspires with Jessica Cox
Join us and be inspired by Jessica Cox! Jessica Cox is not your average pilot, she is the world's first armless pilot. The 34-year-old, who was born with a rare non-genetic birth defect that left her without arms, has never let her disability hold her back. She can do almost anything with her feet; including flying an airplane. "Disability" isn't a word in her dictionary. Instead, she considers herself "differently-abled". Despite being born without arms, she has achieved much more with her feet than what most people would in their lives - like earn a black belt in Taekwondo, play the piano, and drive a car. This September, join us as Jessica shares her incredible story about not letting any obstacles stand in the way of achieving dreams. Feel empowered by the way she constantly smashes society's expectations of her, and be inspired by her infectious zest for life. "Think outside the shoe", is Jessica's motto. This is her story. 2 Sep 2017, Sat 7.30pm to 9.30pm The Star Theatre For more information on Jessica Cox, visit http://www.elle.sg/jessicacox
Finance for Non-Financial Executive...
Finance for Non-Financial Executives is a two-day workshop designed to equip professionals, with little or no financial background, with a comprehensive overview of understanding and interpreting financial statements. The workshop will be conducted by Abdul Raoof.Course Synopsis: Understand Accounting Principles Business Forecast and Budgeting Analyse Financial Performances Business Finance Operations Equity and Debt Financing Cost-Volume Analysis Capital InvestmentAbout the TrainerAbdul Raoof is an appointed Guest Professor of Management by the prestigious Zhejiang Technical Institute of Economics (Hangzhou, China); is a trainer-preneur. Mr.Raoof graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Marketing from the University of Wales, UK and has various other professional qualifications like the esteemed Charted Institute of Marketing (CIM), International Air Transportation Association (IATA), and Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association (UFTAA) Diplomas.A seasoned trainer with several years of training experience, he has delivered several motivational speeches and is a profound researcher who has worked on several hypotheses and is responsible for the development of various academic modules and writing of textbooks. he has been invited to train regionally in countries like India, China, Vietnam and other South Asian Countries.He continues to be an associate lecturer, bringing his years of experience and establishing contacts with various foreign University Partners. He is currently a professional corporate trainer and he heads a number of organizations on adjunct basis.About UsUni-Challenge Consultants Pte Ltd was established in 2004. It is a fast growing training and consultancy firm which always puts its client's success as its prime focus. We facilitate learning; foster creativity and develop knowledge, skills and confidence to clients globally to attaining their personal goals. The new economy brings about complex needs and uncertainties. We are desirous to equip our clients with programs to develop, upgrade and refine the relevant skills.OUR VISIONTo be a regionally recognized premiere corporate training provider and trend setterOUR MISSIONTo anticipate the training needs of our clientsTo provide customised trainingsTo enhance value of our stake holders by imparting knowledge in an innovative fashionTo provide programs that would benefit the community for today and tomorrowTo help you Conquer Your DefeatsOUR MOTTOYour Success, Our Focus
Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Ear...
Singapore Art MuseumImaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth Create a Dream MobileSaturday, 19 August 2017 SAM at 8Q, Workshop Space 2, Level 23pm – 4.30pmHere's your last chance take part in Create a Dream Mobile, before Imaginarium ends! Be inspired by Floating Mountain, the surreal dreamscapes of Imaginarium artist Unchalee Anantawat. Participants get to create their own dream mobile with neon paint, colourful yarns and wood cut-outs designed by the artist herself. This workshop will be conducted by a local facilitator of SAM Programmes team. BYOF (Bring Your Own Family / Friends). Enjoy 20% off minimum purchase of two standard tickets when you bring your family and friends along.Each ticket entitles you to one set of workshop materials. Participants are cautioned that they will need to handle cutting pliers in this workshop.Each ticket admits a parent-child pair (recommended for children 4-12 years), or a single pax above 13 years. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth 6 May – 27 August 2017SAM at 8QExplorers of the land! How much do you know about the planet we inhabit? The Singapore Art Museum welcomes you back to the 7th edition of our family-focused exhibition Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth. Through the eyes of nine contemporary artists, this year’s Imaginarium takes a closer look at our surroundings and the environments we reside in.Over millennia, humankind has made vast progress in charting the lands we inhabit: globalisation and technology have meant that distant locations and far-flung communities are now easier to connect with. Yet, how much do we really know of what constitutes the Earth’s wonderful terrains? Consider as welll how the practices of cultures are inextricably tied to the places they inhabit, and people – either by choice or necessity -- adapt to ever-changing environments. Similarly, a locale’s plants and animals have also evolved unique traits to adapt to their habitats.There remains much more to learn about earth’s magnificent marvels, with the closest adventure a possible stone's throw away! Through inspiring and engaging artworks, we invite the adventurers who visit Imaginarium 2017 to find new ways of discovering the endlessly fascinating world around them.www.singaporeartmuseum.sgwww.facebook.com/singaporeartmuseumwww.instagram.com/singaporeartmuseum
Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Ear...
Singapore Art MuseumImaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth Storytelling Session with Artist Nandita MukandSaturdays, 15 July 2017, 6.30pm - 7:15pm 19 August 2017, 6pm - 6.45pm 26 August 2017, 6pm - 6.45pmSAM at 8Q, Level 3 Gallery$5. Tickets available at SAM at 8Q and SISTIC.BYOF (Bring Your Own Family / Friends). Enjoy 20% off minimum purchase of two standard tickets when you bring your family and friends along.Immerse yourselves into the artwork The Origin: The Tree and Me & The Unborn by Imaginarium artist Nandita Mukand, as she shares her inspiration through storytelling and a hands-on activity. This is a session to remind us how man’s life in an urbanised environment remains inevitably intertwined with nature.Recommended for age 5 and up.Nandita Mukand (b. 1975, India) is a Singapore-based visual artist whose practice draws upon nature and materiality, exploring themes of connection and spirituality. Since graduating from LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, Nandita has been exhibiting regularly in Singapore. She has also held exhibitions internationally and been awarded artist residencies, including the Fundacio L’Olivar in Spain and the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery in Australia.Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth 6 May – 27 August 2017SAM at 8QExplorers of the land! How much do you know about the planet we inhabit? The Singapore Art Museum welcomes you back to the 7th edition of our family-focused exhibition Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth. Through the eyes of nine contemporary artists, this year’s Imaginarium takes a closer look at our surroundings and the environments we reside in.Over millennia, humankind has made vast progress in charting the lands we inhabit: globalisation and technology have meant that distant locations and far-flung communities are now easier to connect with. Yet, how much do we really know of what constitutes the Earth’s wonderful terrains? Consider as welll how the practices of cultures are inextricably tied to the places they inhabit, and people – either by choice or necessity -- adapt to ever-changing environments. Similarly, a locale’s plants and animals have also evolved unique traits to adapt to their habitats.There remains much more to learn about earth’s magnificent marvels, with the closest adventure a possible stone's throw away! Through inspiring and engaging artworks, we invite the adventurers who visit Imaginarium 2017 to find new ways of discovering the endlessly fascinating world around them.Website: www.singaporeartmuseum.sgFacebook: www.facebook.com/singaporeartmuseumInstagram: www.instagram.com/singaporeartmuseum
Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Ear...
Interested to grow your own food? Learn how to make compost, seed bombs, DIY plant and herb kits, herb racks and more – all using eco-friendly methods! You will also pick up tips on recycling daily used materials. All participants will take home a complimentary mushroom-in-a-cup kit along with their own workshop creations.Topics covered at the workshop include: -Hands-on activities Sowing and caring for seedlings – an introduction to the propagation of herbs via stem cuttings Working and recycling with plastic bottles Making a self-wicking system, sunlight locator, suspended herb rack and seed bombDemonstrations Introduction and overview on the types of herbs and leafy vegetables that can be grown in an urban environment Brewing and making your own organic pesticide spray Behaviours of organic and inorganic fertilizer Use of organic matter for growing gourmet oyster mushrooms Aquaponics and the science behind fish and foodSharing sessions on Soil types and soil mixing recommendations Composting with earthworms and how to make your own compost tubEach ticket admits a parent-child pair (recommended for children above 4 years), or a single pax age 8 and above. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult.Each ticket entitles you to one set of workshop materials and one complimentary mushroom-in-a-cup kit. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring two to three 1.5 litre plastic bottles to the workshop (thinner material preferred).Conducted by Herb in a Cup. Social entrepreneur Balan Gopal founded Herb in a Cup to promote Farming In Built Up Areas (FIBUA) and to act as a cross-platform for organic and recycling initiatives. He believes that education and the application of eco projects provide vital solutions to the challenges in today’s landscape, and his mission is to make Singapore a true ‘green’ food paradise with a focus on healthy and mindful living.This workshop requires a minimum of 8 parent-child/single pax before commencement.Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth 6 May – 27 August 2017SAM at 8QExplorers of the land! How much do you know about the planet we inhabit? Singapore Art Museum welcomes you back with the 7th edition of our family focused exhibition Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth. Taking a closer look at the surroundings and environments we reside in, we see how people, flora and fauna, adapt to their ever-changing surroundings. With the technological progress we have made, we now have better insight into far-flung locations, and are more connected than before, but are we really any closer to appreciating Earth’s many marvels? Through inspiring and engaging artworks, Imaginarium 2017 introduces explorers to new ways of seeing and experiencing the world around us.www.singaporeartmuseum.sgwww.facebook.com/singaporeartmuseumwww.instagram.com/singaporeartmuseum
Moonfest 艺满中秋 2017 Lantern-Making ...
Complete your Mid-Autumn Festival experience and make your very own rocking rooster lantern!Conducted in English & Mandarin.Advisory: Recommended for children aged 6 to 9 years old. Admission only for children aged 5 and up.
Moonfest 艺满中秋 2017 Parent-Child Wo...
Learn the vanishing art of dough figurine making with your child. Create a mooncake-tea set and a cute jade rabbit companion!Conducted in English & Mandarin.Advisory: Recommended for children aged 6 to 12 years old with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. Admission only for children aged 5 and up.
Moonfest 艺满中秋 2017 Parent-Child Wor...
Back by popular demand! Learn to make snowskin mooncakes with your child, and bring home your tasty creations to savour!Conducted in English & Mandarin.Advisory: Recommended for children aged 6 to 12 years old with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. Admission only for children aged 5 and up.
National Gallery Singapore - Curato...
21 AprLed by Jennifer Lam (Assistant Curator, National Gallery Singapore), this tour offers deeper insights into the artworks and narratives of the exhibition Rediscovering Treasures: Ink Art from Xiu Hai Lou Collection. This tour is offered in English12 MayLed by Dr Cai Heng (Curator, National Gallery Singapore), this tour offers deeper insights into the artworks and narratives of the exhibition Rediscovering Treasures: Ink Art from Xiu Hai Lou Collection.This tour is offered in Mandarin.Detail of Ren Xun. The Scent of Flowers and Singing of Birds. 1868. Xiu Hai Lou Collection.
National Gallery Singapore - Curato...
8 SepLed by Grace Tng (Assistant Curator, National Gallery Singapore), this tour offers deeper insights into the artworks and narratives of the exhibition Strokes of Life: The Art of Chen Chong Swee.This tour is offered in English13 OctLed by Dr Cai Heng (Curator, National Gallery Singapore), this tour offers deeper insights into the artworks and narratives of the exhibition Strokes of Life: The Art of Chen Chong Swee.This tour is offered in Mandarin.Detail of Chen Chong Swee. Ice Kachang Vendor. 1950s–1960s. Gift of the artist's family.
ORAL HEALTH & YOU: SPECIALISTS' PER...
A seminar on managing common dental problems through modern dentistry and dental expertise.Did you know that you can avoid complicated treatments if dental issues are detected early? Join our panel of experts from Specialist dental Group to find out how you can regain control of your oral health and ensure that dental issues are resolved.Consult with the experts:Dr Ho Kok SenOral & Maxillofacial SurgeonLumps, Ulcers, Cysts & Other Oral Conditions: Alarm Bells?Discover the types and causes of common oral lesions as well as diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.Dr Daylene LeongPeriodontistBleeding Gums, Receding Gums & Sensitive Teeth: What’s the Link?Understand the links of these common dental issues and the preventive measures you can take.Dr Irene simEndodontistRoot Canal Treatment: What Do I Need to Know?Learn about the intricacies of a root canal treatment and how it can salvage teeth with persistent disease.Dr Neo Tee KhinProsthodontistDentistry in the 21st Century: How Does It benefit Me?Get to know how stress results in unexpected dental issues and how the latest innovations and developments can assist in teeth restoration or replacement.For details, visit: channelnewsasia.com/seminarBrought to you by: Specialist Dental GroupOrganised by: Channel NewsAsia
One Nature, Together: Conversations...
In conjunction with the Jane Goodall Institute of Singapore’s (JGIS) 10th anniversary, JGIS partners with Mediacorp's Saving Gaia to present to you an afternoon of inspiration with Dr. Jane Goodall, on 6 August 2017 at the MES Theatre at Mediacorp!Meet world-renowned conservationist, primatologist, and UN Messenger of Peace, Dr. Jane Goodall, who is best known for her groundbreaking research on chimpanzee behaviour and her work as a passionate conservationist. Today, she travels more than 300 days a year speaking about the threats facing animals and our environment, as well as her reasons for hope that mankind can still act to solve the problems we have imposed on the earth.In the first of JGIS’ Lecture Series, “One Nature, Together”, Dr. Jane will share stories of hope and inspiration and her life mission of conserving the environment. Following her speech, she will engage in a Q&A panel discussion with Minister Desmond Lee and panelists from environmental groups in Singapore.“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” – Dr. Jane GoodallJoin us and be inspired to connect with nature and wildlife and learn about what you can do to make a positive difference to all livings things and the planet we share!Follow us on Facebook at "Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore)” and Instagram at “jgisingapore”
Pop-Up Spice Odyssey by At-Sunrice ...
Wouldn’t you like to savour a different type of culinary event? Imagine going on a journey through several tantalizing ‘kingdoms’, each with a particular herb or spice serving as the basis of some truly amazing recipes. Come hungry to be delighted. You will sample more than 30 intricate tapas (savoury and sweet) passionately prepared by our graduating students, as they display their creativity and outrageous talent in ingenious culinary creations. Spice Odyssey pops up every five weeks. Only 40 seats are available for each event. Book your place today!"A new and memorable experience!" - Nuridah, Shell EP International "The evening was really great fun. Everyone had an unusual experience and a fantastic time!" - Michelle Wong, Asia-Pacific BreweriesSince its establishment in 2001, At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy has been renowned for its iconic Spice Odyssey™ experience which brings participants on a thrilling discovery into the world of natural spices used in global cuisines. Spice Odyssey has traditionally been a capstone project for our aspiring global chefs and F&B professionals just before graduating from the Academy. Now you can savour their culinary delights when you visit our Spice Odyssey kingdoms with intriguing names like Aromatics, Intoxicants, Rainbow, Survival, Sex & Sensuality. Come, pick up new tips to fire up your kitchen with aphrodisiac properties, authentic influences, healing powers and the spiritual connection of spices.*Ticket sales end 24 hours prior to each show.
SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF...
By: LAV DIAZ Film is commonly perceived as the most enchanting medium of expression today, casting its spell on audiences from all walks of life. For the very first time, Lav Diaz, the prolific 2016 Golden Lion award winner (Venice Film Festival) and the 2016 Silver Bear winner (Berlinale) for different films, chooses Singapore as the location for his new screenplay, Henrico's Farm. In doing so, SIFA audiences are offered a rare opportunity to be on a film set and witness one of Southeast Asia's greatest contemporary film auteurs at work. With Henrico's Farm, Diaz once again hews issues close to his heart, inspired by a real-life encounter with a Filipino migrant worker at Frankfurt airport. His new film is about the irony of domestics as "lifers, women who serve life sentences away from home and loved ones, embracing alternative homes in alien lands. The film begins in Frankfurt, where Lailani, now 65, awaits a plane to Manila. She is returning home to the Philippines for the first time in 30 years, to bury an adult son she left behind soon after his birth. En route home, she delays her return by stopping over in Singapore. Her interactions with her fellow Filipinos help her reflect on the nature of her loss, the cycle of sacrifice and longing that marks them all. Gripped by the fear of returning home to a life she has left behind but is still intricately connected to, she finds moments of enchantment among other lost souls who have created their ways of living with disenchantment through a Dreamtime that shelters them from the storms of trauma. Henrico's Farm tells an individual and a collective story of sacrifice, struggle, displacement and torment in the world at large. In Tagalog, with translation into English. - Please visit https://www.sifa.sg/sifa/programme/shows/henricos-farm-ang-saka-ni-henrico for more information. Commissioned by Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA).
SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF...
By: Lav Diaz Intimate groups of audiences will get up close to Lav Diaz and some of the great actresses of Filipino film in The Making Of Enchanted Moments. Join Diaz in a review of his magnificent opus as he offers insights into his heart and soul, giving us a unique Director's Cut through a retrospective of his favourite scenes. Diaz's organic, improvisatory approach, including the insistent use of real time, is stunning. He waits for his shot with the actors. The extended duration of his films enables the viewer to enter deeply into the experiences and emotions depicted, resulting in an immersion that cannot occur in the usual 90-minute formula. When he won the Prince Claus Award in 2014, his citation read: "Lav Diaz is honoured for his uniquely moving portrayals of the complexities of Filipino reality; for expanding and intensifying cinematic experience through his innovative approach to the art of film-making; for expressing truth and building a powerful cultural legacy for national healing and international understanding of the Philippines; for challenging the dominant commercially and politically driven uses of cinema; and for remaining true to his art and his intentions, providing inspiration for others working outside the mainstream." Learn about this trailblazer's creative process as he reveals his vision (24 August), the art of performance (25 August, with actresses from his films) and his sense of time and space (9 September, with a screening of selected scenes from Henrico's Farm that he just filmed in Singapore). These three enchanted moments frame Diaz's film-making process here: two sessions occur before he begins shooting and the final session follows the wrap. Commissioned by Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA)
Understanding Cancer & Beyond
Join us for this annual seminar led by experts from Parkway Cancer Centre covering the latest updates and developments on various major cancers. Meet the doctors in our first-ever break-out sessions, as we touch on topics such as chemotherapy, targeted agents, immunotherapy, the future of cancer treatments, comprehensive care, potential breakthroughs and more.Click Here for event line up.For more details, please visit www.channelnewsasia.com/seminar
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