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The Best David Bowie Street Art Tributes Around the World

David Bowie

The Best David Bowie Street Art Tributes Around the World

This week marked the month anniversary of the death of David Bowie. The music world and fans of the artist continue to honor to his legacy and …

David Bowie

3 New Ways To Wear Blue Eye Makeup

Blue eyeshadow may have been our first foray into makeup, but thanks to a slew of appearances on the spring/summer 2016 runways (and every cool girl's eyelids thereafter), it's making a triumphant return to our makeup rotation. Now let's set things straight: The new formulas are nothing like that …


Is Google feeling unloved?

There was a painful moment in this week's UK parliamentary hearing about Google's tax affairs when the company's European boss Matt Brittin was asked to reveal his pay.

He hesitated, and then said "I don't have the figure but I will happily provide it." Now this turned out to be the worst possible …

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Singapore Public Art: the Dalhousie Memorial

Public Art in Singapore: (area) Listed here by general location, and the date at which the piece was introduced.


Public sculpture on Singapore’s Orchard Road

It’s pretty easy to take cheap shots at Singapore and its near manic shopping scene. It’s not just the quantity of department stores and high-end …


Singapore Art Walk

Singapore is a treasure trove of public art gems—you just need to know where to look.


Raffles Place / Orchard Road

The Overview

Singapore is a …


Top 10 Public Art Pieces in Singapore

1. Nutmeg & Mace at ION Orchard

Designed by award-winning local artist Kumari Nahappan, this two-tonne bronze sculpture celebrates the area's history …


10 Public Art Installations to See in Singapore

Free and public, these outdoor artworks by an impressive cast of international talent are making a museum of Singapore's streets.


The Museum of Modern Art launches the Free Online Course Seeing Through Photographs

NEW YORK, NY.- The Museum of Modern Art launches Seeing Through Photographs, its first massive open online course for a general audience, available …


Why I went back to my ex-boyfriends, one by one

I’m in Sydney, visiting my ex-boyfriend James. James knows everybody, and he knows all the good places to go. We’re walking along the Manly promenade, looking out at the ocean. Sergio walks ahead with James’s new girlfriend, talking animatedly about peanut butter, because her job is peanut …

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Why is China’s greatest novel virtually unknown in the west?

When I was a graduate student in Oxford many years ago I shared a house with a brilliant German sinologist who used to push translations my way, stroking his beard with a teasing smile: “Try this – you’ll really enjoy it.” Many visitors popped into our terraced house on Abingdon Road, and one night …


Istana Woodneuk now off-limits – Police arrested trespassers

Istana Woodneuk one of the two royal palaces owned by the “Father of Modern Johor”, Johor Sultan Abu Bakar ibni Daing Ibrahim (1833-1895), is now …


Why you should not leave electronic devices to charge overnight

SINGAPORE - On Thursday (Feb 11), a coroner's court heard that a blaze at a home in Parry Avenue in the early hours of June 9 last year could have …


PM Lee meets Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on US trip

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong met Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg at the social network's headquarters in Menlo Park, California, on Friday (Feb …


What's this creature in Sembawang Park?

February 13, 2016 5:00 AM
ST reader Clarence Ching e-mailed askST with photographs of an animal he spotted in Sembawang Park and asked for an …


PM Lee Hsien Loong meets Apple and Facebook honchos to find out how their tech can help Singapore's smart nation journey

February 13, 2016 4:18 PM
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong met the chiefs of tech companies and tried out some cool technology on his second day in San …

Istana Heritage Gallery to open on Orchard Road

SINGAPORE - Five times a year, thousands of people throng the Istana during open house for a look at what lies behind its cast-iron gates.

Soon, …

One winner takes home $9.5 million in Feb 11 Toto draw

SINGAPORE - One lucky person has won more than $9.5 million in Thursday's (Feb 11) Toto draw, one of the highest ever in Singapore.

The winning …


The Ingenious Tricks of 17th Century Female Spies

Female spies were not unheard of in 17th century Europe. In fact, espionage by women was occasionally seen as preferable because it was less expected …

Two U.S. Women Suffer Miscarriages After Contracting Zika Virus

Two women from the U.S. have had miscarriages after contracting Zika virus abroad, according to a spokesperson from the Centers for Disease Control …


Pharma jackass wants to buy Kanye's new album for $10M

The former pharmaceutical executive, who generated national outage after he raised the price of a once-cheap life-saving pill to $750 and paid …

April Nardini Is Joining The Gilmore Girls Revival & People Are PISSED

It seems every day brings another piece of news about the highly anticipated Gilmore Girls revival. Most recently, it's been confirmed that a slew of original cast members will indeed be joining the Netflix reboot. Fan favorites including Matt Czuchry (Logan), Liza Weil (Paris), Milo Ventimiglia …

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E Make Brain! Emojis for Africa

Emoticons have become a staple for African mobile phone users, just as they have in the rest of the world. But anybody who has tried to say "please, don't make me laugh" with an an emoji will know a bright yellow smiley is not always up to the job. A new range of emoticons aimed squarely at

Paedophiles use secret Facebook groups to swap images

Paedophiles are using secret groups on Facebook to post and swap obscene images of children, the BBC has found.

Settings on the social network mean the groups are invisible to most users and only members can see the content.

Children's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield said Facebook was not …


MyShake quake app invites public testing

A new app that turns a smartphone into a mobile seismometer is being rolled out by California scientists.

Known as MyShake, it can sense an earthquake even when the cell device is being carried in a pocket or a bag.

The researchers want users to download the app, in the first instance, to help test …

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Phoon Huat is having a crazy warehouse sale

Aunties and wannabe bakers, your dreams have quite possibly come true because the Phoon Huat Company is having a warehouse sale from Feb 20-21. …


This Woman Accidentally Photobombed A Pop Star And Ended Up With A Modeling Contract

The woman has been described as a “star”.

English musician Tinie Tempah recently traveled to his parents’ home country of Nigeria.

While he was in Nigeria, he participated in a photoshoot with Nigerian photographer and singer/songwriter Ty Bello.

During the shoot, a local bread seller walked into the …

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