Monthly Archives: March 2011

Review of The Unxpected at Wala Wala Café Bar

Wala Wala is considered to be one of the more prominent live band café bars in Singapore. The two-storey bar is an iconic feature at Holland village and boasts of live performances from some of the finest and most established … Continue reading

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Ok she swallows, so what?

A blog entry I did about 5 years ago at the height of my blogging days. Unfortunately I don’t blog anymore, so here is an example of the kind of entries that I loved doing! This came after an ad … Continue reading

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Mambo Night/Clubbing: A Form of Religion?

One of the most popular clubbing events in Singapore is Mambo Jambo, held every Wednesday at Zouk. The mixture of mostly retro hits, coupled with the unique dance moves assigned based on the lyrics of songs, seem to draw the … Continue reading

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Essay on Performativity of Lights in Singapore

Take a stroll down Orchard Road any night and you might notice some of the different kinds of performances that are happening around you. No, I’m not talking about the blind man at the Orchard underpass mangling familiar evergreen hits, … Continue reading

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Challenges in the Fashion and Hospitality Industry in Singapore

Singapore has been said to be the third most densely populated independent country in the world. Even with that title however, our population of only about 5 million is probably the biggest challenge faced by various industries. In the Fashion … Continue reading

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Sexuality Education in Singapore for the Young

Exactly a decade ago, when I was still considered ‘the young’, I remember having talks on sexually transmitted diseases during Monday morning assemblies and the immature giggling during Biology lessons on the reproductive system. However, at that point, it never … Continue reading

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Review of the play “The Swimming Instructor”

Another post from my (now defunct) blog about the play called “The Swimming Instructor” that I caught 4 years ago. It was probably the first time I watched a live theatre performance in such an intimate setting and some parts … Continue reading

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