Colours, Sights & Patterns At Kampong Glam

In the 19th century, Kampong Glam was essentially an ethnic district with a strong Malay-Arab influence. It was a place where locals patronized for their Arab-Muslim traditional foodstuff and merchandise...

Immersive 4K HDR Viewing Experience With Sony Projectors

Sony’s latest innovative laser light source projector is High Dynamic Range (HDR) compatible with native 4K resolution, creating an amazling clear lifelike experience, as if you are there yourself…

Back 30 Years To Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre

Iconic along this stretch of road is the rectangular block of a nondescript beige-tiled building. The facade of this building is blocked by an overhead bridge. And this is the front entrance to a shopping centre - the Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre… (USSC).

Monti - Singapore's Longest Brunch Every Sunday

Enjoy brunch by the bay concept, complete with stunning views of the Marina Bay and its surroundings, and a fabulous menu and music programme to match at Monti…

Where Freemasons Convene

In 1886, the Masonic Club was established to support Singapore freemasonry. Guess who was the first Freemason in modern Singapore?

BULL - Outthink The System

BULL stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull in a drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time. Brilliant, brash and charming, Dr. Bull is the ultimate puppet master as he combines psychology, human intuition and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses and the accused tick. 

To succeed in the trials his clients are embroiled in, Bull employs an enviable team of experts at Trial Analysis Corporation to shape witnesses’ testimoneis down to the very last detail. They include his quick-witted former brother-in-law, Benny Colón, a lawyer who acts as the defense attorney in the company’s mock trials; Marissa Morgan, a cutting-edge neurolinguistics expert from the Department of Homeland Security; former NYPD detective Danny James, the firm’s tough but relatable investigator; haughty millennial hacker Cable McCrory, who is responsible for gathering cyber intelligence; and Chunk Palmer, a fashion-conscious stylist and former All-American lineman who finetunes clients’ appearances for trials. 

In these exciting high-stake courtroom trials, Bull’s combination of remarkable insight into human nature with his three PhDs, and a top-notch team creates winning strategies that tip the scales of justice in his clients’ favour. 

Bull premieres on 21 September 2016 on Wednesdays at 2100 hours – Same day telecast as the US. RTL CBS Entertainment is available on SingTel Channel 318 & StarHub Channel 509.

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Singapore Motorshow 2017 - Coming Soon!

For the third consecutive year, the Singapore Motorshow will return to Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from January 12 to 15, 2017.

Featuring more than 20 vehicle brands, the Singapore Motorshow 2017 is presented by Motor Traders Association of Singapore (MTA), in collaboration with MediaCorp. It will also feature two floors of exhibition space with vehicle brands, automotive accessories, lifestyle products and services spread across Level 3 and 4.

"Given the overwhelming response we’ve received in the past shows from car enthusiasts in Singapore, we’re excited to be bringing back the Singapore Motorshow for the third year in a row."
-- Glenn Tan, President of MTA --

"It was heartening to see car enthusiasts, along with their families and friends, enjoying the multiple live radio shows with MediaCorp artistes and celebrity DJs during the Singapore Motorshow."
-- Jack Lim, Chief Commercial Officer, MediaCorp --

Tickets for Singapore Motorshow 2017 are priced at $6 per entry on weekdays and $8 per entry on weekends, and complimentary for children below 120cm in height. Just like this year’s show, Singapore Motorshow 2017 will also have a limited amount of special preview tickets. These are available at $10 per entry and will allow visitors to enter the show at 1pm on 12 January 2017 instead of 5pm on the same day when it is open to the public.

Back by popular demand, Russ Swift will be showcasing his skills via driving exhibitions for participants at Singapore Motorshow 2017. Tickets for Russ Swift’s stunt driving show are separate from the entrance ticket. These tickets will be available for collection on-site an hour before each show and must be collected in person and upon presentation of a valid entrance ticket. Tickets are limited and will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis.  For more information on the Singapore Motorshow 2017, visit

Orange Ribbon Run 2016 - Building Deeper Harmony

The kaleidoscope of cultures is the very fabric of multi-racial Singapore society. Addressing both the uniqueness and the challenges simultaneously, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, in his National Day Rally 2016 speech, stressed that residents in Singapore need to stand together for the success of the nation now and always. With ongoing global threats of extremism, this year's Orange Ribbon Run takes special meaning as it reinforces the message of the need to 'stand as one united people".

Organised by, the Orange Ribbon Run 2016 – Race Against Racism saw over 6,000 participants and 200 volunteers from all walks of life participating in the movement to show their resounding support for anti-racism.

Showcasing a fine example of the mixed Straits Chinese heritage are representatives from The Intan, a private museum showcasing the history, traditions and lifestyle of Peranakans in Singapore...

The Orange Ribbon Run 2016 , held at Bayfront Event Space, next to Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre on 10 September 2016, was graced by Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister & Coordinating Minister for Economic and Social Policies as Guest of Honour. The Orange Ribbon Run seeks to make a stand against racism and promote values of respect, understanding and trust in forging deeper inter-ethnic relations. 

(Source : Orange Ribbon Run)

"Multi-racialism matters more to Singapore than anything else.
We have to protect it, love it and deepen it in our next 50 years."
-- DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam --

Before he flagged off the 3.5km walk at 6.30pm, the walk participants joined him in the pledge recital.  Ikhsan Fandi, representing Home United Football Club as one of 5 ambassadors of the Orange Ribbon Run 2016, also took the pledge on stage.

Adorable mascots charming the young ones include a leopard, a lion and an eagle...

“The Orange Ribbon Run gives participants an opportunity to be active for a cause, to lend support to the mission of in building a movement to build deeper harmony in Singapore, and to stand for universal values of humanity, trust and respect for each other.”
-- Dr Janil Puthucheary, Chairman, --

Race participants were from different races and different cultures...

Through this event, participants speak up and stand in unity against racial prejudice and discrimination. As part of the Orange Ribbon Run, thousands have come forward to share personal messages on the need to go beyond surface levels in building deeper harmony. 

“All human beings are the same.
Why should we segregate ourselves because of race or colour?”
-- Terence Chua, first-time participant --

About is the ground-up national body championing multi-racialism in Singapore. The initiatives under aim to create an environment that facilitates deeper interaction and better understanding between individuals and communities, fostering a stronger sense of identity and building a more resilient social fabric.

Spreading the message with balloons...

Each year, organises the Race Against Racism to rally the community in one voice. The movement is a signature effort by to provide an avenue for Singaporeans and residents here to express shared values and take a stand against racism. endeavours to reach out to every social stratum in Singapore to bring people together in respect and understanding.

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