Japan’s history with Singapore is reflective and reflected upon in silence. However the timeless Japanese lady in Kimono illustrates the cultural and artistic beauty of Japan’s people and history.
From the land of the Blues. Lousiana and the Blue Bayou. Haunting emotions captured in oils.
The mysterious ladies from China, who first settled in Singapore were a big part of the backbone to Singapore’s growth. Working as Samsui Women in construction, or Ah Mahs (house...
A leisurely pastime now rarely seen, is the gathering together of song bird pets with their owners. Early morning kopi tiams (coffee shops) was traditionally the meeting points that set...
The literal translation for Geisha means artist, art or artisan. It is said that geisha inhabits a separate reality which they called the karyūkai or "the flower and willow world"...
Calligraphy, literally "beautiful writing," has been appreciated as an art form for centuries. Characters are inspired from graphic art forms, the skill is passed down from generation to generation.
During Lantern Festival, releasing a lantern on the river is said to bring good fortune and love. Releasing the old and letting go starts the new year with positivity and...
Street entertainers of Singapore's yesteryear. Chinatown's puppet masters entertained the young and young at heart. Stories of China of a bygone era created a magical journey in the imagination.
A cultural kaleidoscope greets you in Asia. Beautiful people of different cultures and race.
A glass of wine. The Singapore 'Five Foot Way'. A moment to reflect on life's better moments to smell the roses (or the Frangipani) in the tropical twilight.
‘Singapura’ (Lion City) was once the natural habitat for the majestic tiger. It is believed that the early settlers mistook a tiger for a lion, as such the name of...
The Lunar New Year was once ushered in with candle-lit lanterns; illuminated animal shapes conjured magic for the children, whilst fire crackers popping from the neighbourhood houses, added to the...
The Singapore ‘Padang’ (Malay for field) opposite the Singapore National Museum, still locates the Singapore Cricket Club (SCC) and it’s tournaments. It also becomes the backdrop for part of the...
The purest of music; the Nightingale, enthralls a young child with his song.
Burkill Hall, at the Singapore Botanic Gardens was named after (and reflected) the botanical memories of father Henry Burkill and his son Humphrey Burkill, who were both directors of the gardens from 1912 to 1969. ...
Capitol Theatre on the junction of North Bridge Road and Stamford Road, was the first movie theatre within Singapore to offer air-conditioning to it’s patrons. The perfect Friday date night...
The Tiong Bahru Art Deco district. The first HDB (Housing Development Board) flats in Singapore. The Tiong Bahru Club opens it's doors to 'last round' orders before closing it's doors...
The 7th Storey Hotel on Rocher Road in Singapore, was once the tallest hotel in the country! Famous for it's roof bar serving cocktails and it's steamboat on the ground...
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