Events/Win

Noise Singapore 2016 Festival

Organised by the National Arts Council, Noise Singapore is the largest youth arts platform in Singapore, and aims to get young people aged 35 and below engaged in the arts and embrace their creative side. No plans for this weekend? The Noise Singapore 2016 Festival has events for the whole family
Events/Win

Vote For The Nation's Little Gem Now!

Thank you for all your enthusiastic responses as we search for Singapore's Child The Nation's Little Gem! Cast your votes from now till 30 August to crown the Most Popular baby! The winner will walk away with prizes worth more than $250.Refer to the photos in the gallery and vote
Events/Win

WIN! Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium and Old Seng Choong Mooncakes

We hope you've had the chance to join our mooncakes giveaways the past two weeks because we're down to the last week! This time round, stand a chance to win mooncakes from Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium and Old Seng Choong from now till 28 August. Holiday Inn Singapore AtriumXin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
Parenting

5 Activities To Do With Kids On A Rainy Day

Plans derailed because of rainy weather? Home can be a fun play land too with the right activities to do together with your kids. Before you decide to head off to bed and catch up on sleep, here are 5 suggestions we have for you for some simple fun around the
Lifestyle

8 Things To Look Forward To At The Singapore Night Festival

The Singapore Night Festival weekends are always two of our favourite weekends of the year and we look forward to attending the events and festivities. This year, inspired by the zeal driving inventors in their quest to discover the new and unonventional, visitors can look forward to an exciting line-up
Food & Health

7 Important Things to Know About Paediatric Tuina

It can get very frustrating when your child is sick and seem to not be getting better with treatment. Some parents, especially those who have tried traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and subscribe to its philosophies, would choose to turn to TCM. We speak to Physician Ng Li Ying, a registered TCM
ADVERTISEMENT

The Round Up

Hottest Stories This Week

our partners

CLOSE