Sunday, April 19, 2015

Learning About Chinese Heritage at NTU's Chinese Heritage Centre

Located right at the heart of the National Technological University or NTU for short, is the Chinese Heritage Centre, a historical building-turned museum that talks about Chinese heritage and the history of the Nanyang University. The museum is located in the administration building of the former Nanyang University and I took a visit in early January to find out more. Here are some highlights from my visit.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

The History of Nike & Football Innovation At Nike's Hypersense Gallery

Nike is a sports apparel and shoe brand recognised by millions all over the world. To celebrate their football innovations, Nike created an art gallery called Hypersense: The Art & Science of Football Innovation at the iconic Marina Bay Sands, particularly the ArtScience Museum, in May 2014. Out of curiosity, I decided to make a visit to the gallery as it was free and I was amazed by the various exhibits shown at the gallery. Here's a closer look at what you might have missed during Hypersense.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Visiting London's New Routemaster Bus In Sunny Singapore

London is home to many landmarks like the River Thames, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square and many others. London is also home to iconic stuff like the red telephone booths, London taxicabs and the red double decker buses known as the Routemaster. Back in February 2014, the British High Commission Singapore, brought London's New Routemaster, a public double decker bus which was introduced in 2012, to Singapore as part of a British tourism campaign. I took this opportunity to find out more about the bus and I want to share my experience of the bus right here with you!

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