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The MONA experience was so unique that it has never left my mind. Definitely a mind altering experience at the Museum of Old and New Art that I would highly recommend if you visit Tasmania.
What we saw on the vast grounds of the museum. After walking through the museum we had lunch at the cafe and then explored the grounds outside.
It was a really windy moment just before the down pour. Previously we didn’t walk out of the mall due to the covid barricades but now that rules are more relaxed we did. I’m eager for when we don’t have … Continue reading
If I won the lottery tomorrow (won’t happen because I don’t even buy those things), I’d still want to continue writing and that includes blogging. I would then feel rich enough to pay a web developer for a redesign, but … Continue reading
One fun thing about blogging is that you pay attention to details you may otherwise miss. Makes life more interesting for sure. Like what we saw at the Tekka hawker centre. Due to the pandemic we get a sticker that … Continue reading
Captivating images at Ode to Art spotted at Raffles City that made everyone passing by turn their heads. I read that it’s by an artist from China, Ren Zhenyu and the one in the window, oil on canvas, is marked as … Continue reading
The horse looked really spooky and I believe that was the effect the sculptor was going for. I like how they change up the art at ION now and then. And Saveur – french restaurant I’ve heard a lot about … Continue reading
Saw some of the prettiest decorations and Chinese themed art sold here. Couldn’t help admiring the antique looking horse and the blue ox.
This piece of art turned my head at ION. Thought it was very pretty indeed and I liked the shade of blue toned red they used for the sweet wrapper. I tend to use the word sweet rather than the … Continue reading
The panda sculpture almost glittered. Just beside TWG at ION (street level). I was curious about it and found more here. The artist is Julian Marinetti. Can any French speaker tell me the gist of what he’s saying? [youtube]wLmy7uNxrQ4[/youtube] I’ll … Continue reading
VivoCity tends to have great Chinese New Year atmosphere so we had to check it out this year. I found the lanterns so pretty and the Chinese New Year fair, including art, crafts and photography from China added to the … Continue reading
Took this some time ago and forgot about it. Decided it was time for a short post to appreciate the art at our MRT Stations.
Bras Basah Complex has been around for ages, since I was a kid in the 80’s. It’s the place you go to for books and art supplies. I hadn’t visited this place for a few years and this time, everywhere … Continue reading
I miss my cousin who is not in Singapore. Goes without saying but I hope she knows it. Took this picture at Wisma because it reminded me of her bikini diet and made me chuckle on the inside. Doesn’t sound … Continue reading
I was pretty excited when I came across a poster, just yesterday, using a quote of mine. Well actually the the blog title of my post about Shibly Prata. It was a post I wrote way back in July last … Continue reading
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
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
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
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
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
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
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