Tag Archives: Art

Moonrise Kingdom

Another wonderful movie I would recommend. Again, I greatly appreciate the loving attention to detail. Set in 1965, the musical score (Benjamin Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra) brought back memories. I think this must have been played both … Continue reading

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Lovely Ann Siang Hill: Little Drom Store, Kki, Wild Child & Wood in the Books

My new favourite area is Duxton Hill, but Ann Siang Hill is pretty sweet as well. Our first stop was the Little Drom Store which includes Kki. All within the same charming store. The little cakes blew me away with … Continue reading

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I Have a Crush on Andy Warhol

I didn’t know much about Andy Warhol except for those Campbells soup can and Marilyn Monroe prints. Boy was I missing out.  After visiting the exhibition at the Arts Science Musuem at Marina Bay Sands, 15 Minutes Eternal, I am … Continue reading

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Asian Civilization Museum: Indian Textiles from 1400-1900 & more of what we saw

Indian Textiles and a dress that reminded me of what my aunts and mum used to wear. Dresses they sewed themselves, in this very style, on a white singer machine. I found the hall itself quite lovely. The architecture of … Continue reading

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CNY 2012: VivoCity (& it’s Sad to See PageOne closing)

Another mall that’s buzzing with Chinese New Year festivities is VivoCity. There is an exhibition with vendors from China each year. If you need sweets for Chinese New Year, you can’t go wrong with St Michael’s (I know it’s M&S … Continue reading

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3 Brilliant Movies: Drive, Melancholia & Blue Valentine

You must watch Drive. I was riveted throughout. Very impressed by Ryan Gosling’s performance and I think he deserves an Oscar. I am usually terrified of violence as I tend to get nightmares but some movies are so good I … Continue reading

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Ancient Indian Art at the Asian Civilization Museum

To be honest, we found many of the pieces here familiar and I think someone new to Asian culture would find it much more captivating. I would definitely recommend this place as a must see for tourists who have never … Continue reading

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The Elephant Parade at the Asian Civilization Museum

The exhibit that captivated us the most turned out to be the elephants. The elephant that sparkled.

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Stunning: Elle & Dakota Fanning

I think 13 year old Elle and 17 year old Dakato Fanning are stunning in the W Magazine photo shoot. I love that they are grounded and both are brilliant actresses mature beyond their ages. It was interesting as these … Continue reading

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My 6 Favourite Insanity Quotes

We should really break the stigma that comes with mental illness or just any kind of existence that doesn’t fit into what the establishment considers normal. Really, who is to say what exactly normal is. It’s very hard to define. … Continue reading

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